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East Coast Park

Most Singaporeans regard East Coast Park as a favorite play area as it is full of different possibilities. Activities such as bowling, cycling, windsurfing, canoeing, and roller-blading can be enjoyed at this park. Families can also hold picnics here while enjoying the beauty of the park. Other leisure attractions include the East Coast Tennis Centre and the Laguna Golf Course. Eating outlets are also available around the park's vicinity. There are no operating hours.

Getting there : Take SBS Bus 16, alight at Marine Terrace and use the underpass to cross the expressway.

Pasir Ris Park

This coastal park of about 17 hectares includes a 6-hectare mangrove swamp traversed by boardwalks for visitors to appreciate the rich mangrove flora and fauna. It is also a popular spot for bird watching, cycling, kite flying, and swimming. Many families come here to hold barbecues and picnics by the beach. There are no operating hours.

Getting there : Take SBS Bus 403 or 350 from Pasir Ris MRT Station.

Marina South City Park

With fine views of the sea, this park blends art with nature. Giant sundial and disc sculptures that revolve in the breeze are artistic attractions of the park. They include sculptures of Confucius, seven other Chinese legendary heroes, and a 13-meter high brass and stainless expression of Singapore's aspirations called "Spirit of Youth and Sculpture Fountain". The open spaces and breezy environment make it a popular haunt for kite-flying enthusiasts. There are no operating hours.

Getting there : A short walk from Marina Bay MRT Station.

Fort Canning Park

The British built Fort Canning Park between 1859 and 1861 as an arms store, barracks, and hospital. It is sacred to the Malays, as it is where early Malay rulers were laid to rest. It is also where Sir Stamford Raffles built his own bungalow, which is Singapore's first Government House. However, it is now a park overlooking Orchard Road. It contains memorials of Singapore's early history dating back to the 14th Century and a Spice Garden, a small replica of the original 19-hectare tract Raffles established in 1822 as the first experimental and botanical garden in Singapore. Fort Canning is also a popular venue for the arts, including sculpture exhibitions, plays, and ballet. There are no operating hours.

Getting there : A short walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT Station.

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