There ARE Wonderful Campsites in Singapore

If you stay in or have come to Singapore, you may feel smothered if you are an adventure-seeker, because Singapore is not particularly a country of adventuring. However, you will be surprised to know that it has some excellent campsites, enthralling parks and more. Here are top 5 campsites in Singapore.

Changi Beach Park

This is supposed to be one of the oldest and most popular choices for camping in Singapore. It has a number of features that can appeal a camper and you are sure to enjoy your camping trip here. Changi Beach Park is next to Changi Village and so, it’s easy to find. The beach park has BBQ pits so that you can enjoy an open-air dinner. You can order fresh, juicy seafood from the best seafood supplier in Singapore – and enjoy barbecued seafood in a wonderful atmosphere with your friends and family. The park has fantastic bike trails too to satisfy the adventure quirk in you.

East Coast Park

East Coast Park is another enchanting park which is perched on the coastline and is spread on a spacious 185-hectare land. Its main attraction for the campers is a great set of outdoor recreational activities. But if you want to enjoy them in a true sense, you should set aside at least 2 days. As a camper, don’t miss the areas D and G of the park, because they contain cycling, water sports, skateboarding and cable skiing, along with many other activities.

West Coast Park

West Coast Park is a must-see place if you are visiting Singapore for the first time. It has adventures which individuals of any age can enjoy.

Pulau Ubin Island

Pulau Ubin, meaning a Granite Island, is an indescribably beautiful place which takes you in the past when diesel generators were the only source of electricity. This boomerang-shaped island is a great spot for camping. Offering some of the most desirable peaceful moments, Pulau Ubin is an example of Nature’s splendor and gives you ample scope for photography. You can access it within 10 minutes by boat from Singapore.

Pasir Ris Park

Pasir Ris Park is quite opposite of Pulau Ubin as it has all the modern activities. However, it is not just about modernity, and also has ample natural beauty. You can enjoy bird watching here for which there is a dedicated tower here. Also there is a mangrove forest where you can get knowledge of the mangrove community.

So, don’t get disappointed for not getting a campsite in Singapore. Visit these campsites to enjoy a wonderful weekend with your family.

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