Southeast Asia’s beaches are revered around the world, Singapore just happens to have three of them to choose from all within a short distance of downtown. All three are manmade, sandy beaches with lagoons and gentle waves and offer a relaxing respite from the city.
Siloso is a busy beach for play. The majority of coastal restaurants and attractions are located here. The northern side of Palawan beach is equipped with playgrounds and parks, plus a handful of restaurants, beach clubs, and convenience stores. The calm, turquoise lagoons are ideal for swimming. Tanjong is the last and most remote of the beaches. The golden, crescent beach has fewer views of the cargo boats than the others. While there are shady palm trees, thatched shelters, and public restrooms here, the only source of food and beverage is available from the Tanjong BeachClub.
Contributors: Caroline Duterque from Jack and Ferdi