Pasir Ris Park is more than just a narrow beach – as implied from its name ‘Pasir Ris’ which means ‘beach bolt-rope’. This 70-hectare space has tons of activities to keep the whole fam occupied, such as a six-hectare mangrove forest which you could explore via the boardwalks and a gallop stable where the young ones can go on pony rides. It also has a three-storey tower for bird-watching, barbecue pits, cycling tracks, and one of the largest playgrounds in Singapore located on the western end of the park.
EAT Get yourself an alfresco seat and indulge in American cuisine by the sea at the beach bar and restaurant, Georges @ The Cove. Or enjoy Muslim cuisine like satay, ikan bakar (BBQ seafood), tom yam soup, hotpot and claypot dishes, as well as western cuisine like fish and chips at Rasa Istimewa Restaurant.
DO Let loose at the massive playground which features play stations, slides, space-nets, rope climbing, cableways and basketball courts. If you’re feeling adventurous, go camping at the park’s designated camp areas, and take part in water sports like kayaking and stand up paddleboarding.