The beach at Sembawang Park is an ideal place for swimming at high tide. At low tide the shallow water is not good for swimming. Here you will find seashells and flower crabs. Many families gather here on weekends for swimming and picnic. There are also ice-cream pedlars who come here to hawk their ice -cream on Sundays. The beach faces the Strait of Johor.
Jogging, skating, cycling, take a scroll with your friends/loved-ones or simply just taking your dog(s) for a walk and enjoy the fresh(er) air...
There are also camping grounds, BBQ pitches and a fishing jetty.
Ideal for a short family get-away!
Sembawang Park (Chinese: Èý°ÍÍú¹«Ô°) is a 15 hectare park situated in Sembawang, in the north of Singapore facing the Straits of Johor overlooking Malaysia. It is located at the end of Sembawang Road, where the former Sembawang Road End Bus Terminal is.
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In 1940s, the British started building this 30 m long jetty, and later abandoned it during Japanese occupation. The Japanese completed the construction of the jetty. Thus the private jetty stands in complete shape only from the efforts of these once waring colonial forces. Now, it is a popular fishing ground.
Sembawang Park Has A Distinctive Blue Dice Design Found On The Park Furniture That Will Greet Visitors to Sembawang Park. This 15-ha Beautiful Park Was Developed On A Piece Of Land Formerly Occupied By The British Forces. You Can Also See Johor Bahru Across The Sea! Aged Tembusu Trees And Other Trees Provide You A Shady Place Where You Can Go For Strolls,Jogs And Picnics. You Can Also Go Fishing On A 30-m jetty Or Have A Quick Dip In The Sea!