Follow the markers along the main trail that goes through Coney Island and take a turn that will lead you to one of the hidden beaches on the island (we recommend Beach Area C). Expect to walk through bushes, trees and even a mangrove boardwalk to get there. Though we wouldn't encourage sunbathing and picnicking (there are native macaques on the island), it's a pretty idyllic spot for a breather before you head back to finish your trek. If you're not a fan of sand, there are concrete steps by the water near the entrance of the island.
With only so much (or little) land in Singapore, secret spots that aren't crowded with people are hard to come by. Especially if you're looking at beaches. Think you can find a quiet and secluded beach in Singapore? Thankfully, our island still has some tricks up her sleeve. Escape to these quiet beaches for a day of maximum sun and sea. Pack your bags and picnic baskets, it might take some travelling but what waits at the end is worth it.