Wednesday, October 8, 2014

One Fine Morning at Pasir Ris Park, Singapore

Pasir Ris Park is a 71 hectare beach park located in the eastern part of Singapore which is one of the largest in the country, it has a a full length of around 6.5 kilometers. The Park is just around 20 minutes from Chiangi airport and is near Downtown East Complex ( Wild Wild Wet, Escape Theme Park and Costa Sands Resort).  The Park overlooks Pulau Ubin. 

The park is for the whole family, it offers a walking trail, a cycling track and bicycle rental, barbecue pits and picnic tables, a mangrove forest, they have a large playground too, a horseback riding area, bird watching area and also a camping site. I saw some locals doing fishing too.  They allow swimming but rarely you will see the locals enjoying the beach. 

The Pasir Ris Park is just a few minutes away from my husband's apartment,  we both love to cycle so we went there early for a morning of some fun and exercise!

Let me share some of our photos:

I had a chance to spend time with the bird enthusiasts/photographers. They even allowed me to touch their cameras and tried a few shots!

bird photographers
the 3 storey bird watching tower of Pasir Ris Park

The park is very shady, with large expanse of areas covered by large rain trees.  Such a relaxing atmosphere!

How to get here: Take the Bus 403 from Pasir Ris Bus Interchange, it is also a walking distance from Pasir Ris LRT station (around 15 minutes walk).

Overall, this is a beautiful park, nicely kept, huge with so many activities for the whole family  and free!  Unfortunately, the park is far away from the city centre, it is worth a visit only for those living within the vicinity or if you are at the airport looking for a place to go due to a long delayed flight.  For whatever reason and you happened to drop by,  for sure you will enjoy this park. Have fun! Ciao!

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  1. Wow, I really enjoyed reading this post and I enjoyed more looking at those lovely pics! Biking with your husband, that's so sweet and healthy bonding time:) Would love to travel too! More power and keep sharing your adventures Ms. Vivi!
    JeniG of Kalikotpepot

  2. I haven't read about this place in other blogs. Glad that there's someplace more in touch with nature in Singapore and different from the amusement parks. :)