A quick getaway from the concrete jungle. One of Singapore’s few natural sandy beaches.
Sembawang Park is a tranquil park situated in the north of Singapore. This park, with its distinct blue dice design found throughout the park, is one of the popular hot spots for local fishing enthusiasts. Sembawang Park is also one of the few remaining natural beaches in Singapore. Locals/foreign construction workers from nearby shipyards flock here for a quick getaway from the bustling city, especially during the weekends where the sight of families gather for a picnic/BBQ or other leisure activities is plentiful.
There’s a lot of things you can do here apart from the usual leisure activities.
This park is also rich with history. Remnants/sites of its once glorious naval past still remain intact. History buffs/lomographers should take a quick detour here.
Laze around with fisherman while enjoying the serenity, the breeze, and take a few shots around. Facing north here is the straits of Johor, Malaysia.
Of course for those who are daring enough, this park is also a paranormal activity hot spot. Tranquil, eh?