Your Guide to East Coast Park
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Your Guide to East Coast Park

Planning to go to a park this weekend? Then, allow me to suggest East Coast Park, Singapore’s largest park with a whopping 185 hectares of land.

Because of its size, you can find countless amazing things to do here. Personally, I’ve skated, hiked, and gone glamping with my family; meanwhile, my friends even learned how to sail! 

If you’re feeling overwhelmed with all the options, don’t fret too much because I’m here to help with this article. Here, I’ve collated everything you need to know about East Coast Park in Singapore, so feel free to use this as your guide.

The Basics of East Coast Park in Singapore

The Basics of East Coast Park in Singapore
  • Address: East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore
  • Operating Hours: Open 24 hours (daily)

When East Coast Park was initially proposed, the original idea was a park with a 3.6-hectare swimming lagoon and areas for camping, picnicking, and outdoor sports. But eventually, the plan for the park became even more ambitious. 

In the 1980s, four more hectares were added to the park, and this addition included a spot for children’s games and a sailing school. One facility of the park at the time was a water park named Big Splash, but it was demolished sometime in 2017. 

The park continued to grow until it reached its current area which spans a chunk of Singapore’s east coast. Because it’s so big, East Coast Park is divided into eight areas, which are designated with their own alphabet letters (A to H). 

How do I get to East Coast Park?

How do I get to East Coast Park

Taking the MRT is the most preferred way to get to East Coast Park. If you choose this transportation method, you have to alight at the Bedok Station, then head to the bus interchange and ride bus 196 or 197.

If you’re traveling to the park on the weekend, you can take bus 401 from the interchange because it will take you directly to the park.

If you prefer riding the bus, choose the ones with the following numbers: 16, 36, 55, 76, 31, 135, 155, 196, or 197. The bus stops near the park are as follows:

  • 91111 (CP B1)
  • 91101 (Tg Katong Flyover)
  • 92261 (Opp P/G @ Big Splash)
  • 92251 (Opp Parkland Green)
  • 92289 (Marine Cove)
  • 92191 (Opp CP C3)
  • 92199 (Raintree Cove)
  • 93181 (Opp CP C4)
  • 93189 (Opp Victoria JC)
  • 93179 (CP D3)
  • 93171 (Opp CP D3)
  • 93169 (Bef CP D5)
  • 93161 (Bef CP E1)
  • 93159 (Cable Ski Pk)
  • 93151 (Opp Cable Ski Park)

Where do I park in East Coast Park?

Where do I park in East Coast Park

If you have a car, feel free to drive to East Coast Park. There are several car parks available here; each area, from A to G, has one. 

These car parks charge S$0.60 per hour, and they’re open all day. If on the off-chance that all the parking lots within the park are filled up, feel free to check the car parks in the nearby establishments. 

What facilities can you find in East Coast Park?

What facilities can you find in East Coast Park

East Coast Park is just filled to the brim with all kinds of facilities. From parks to camping grounds to sailing schools, it has ’em all. For a bird’s eye view, here’s a list of the facilities you can find in East Coast Park:

Parks, Gardens, and PlaygroundsFitness, Spots, and Other Physical ActivitiesStores and Other Noteworthy Areas
• Coastal PlayGrove

• The Tiara Society Singapore

• Marine Cove

• Raintree Cove

• Parkland Green

• Angsana Green

• Road Safety Community Park

• Bougainvillea Garden

• National Sailing Center

• Aloha Sea Sports Center

• Singapore Wake Park

• Xtreme SkatePark

• Learn to Skate & Cycle at Your Doorstep

• Little Wheel Werks

• Ernsports

• Cyclist Park

• Fitness Corner

• Yoga, Inc.

• So Yoga

• Get Fit!

• The Gym Pod

• Cicada Woods Walking Trail

• Bedok Jetty

• GoCycling

• Coastline Leisure

• Khcycle ECP

• Wondrous Glamping

• Pet Master Mega Store by CatSmart

Parks, Gardens, and Playgrounds

Coastal PlayGrove

The iconic water park Big Splash may have been demolished in 2017, but in its place, the Coastal PlayGrove was constructed, which now offers the same watery fun with the playground’s water play area.

In my opinion, the Coastal PlayGrove is the most popular playground in Singapore’s eastern side, and it’s easy to understand why. Spanning 4.5 hectares of land, this playground comes with many features that children will undoubtedly love:

Playground FeatureWhat You Can Expect
Play Tower• 16 meters and four stories high

• Featuring the Vertical Challenge, a vertical net play area that has multiple rope-based obstacles, such as stepping pods, hammocks, grip wall, and disc swings

• Also has tube slides on the third and fourth floors

• Suitable for young people aged 13 years old and above

Water Play Area• Consists of wading pools with water jets that light up at night

• Perfect for beating the heat (which is often in a country like Singapore)

• Suitable for children aged 5 to 12 years old

• Also wheelchair-accessible

Nature Playgarden• Aims to encourage children to immerse themselves in nature

• Divided into several themed sections, including a bamboo tunnel trail, log trails surrounded by exotic shrubs, and a sand pit

Outside Classroom by the Sea• The first outdoor classroom created by NParks for pre-schoolers

• Featuring a chalkboard with boulders and log stools

Event Lawn• Just want to lounge or have a picnic with your loved ones? This is the place to be.

• I also love flying kites or playing frisbees here with my family and friends; you might want to do the same.

Even though the Coastal PlayGrove is meant for children, it doesn’t necessarily mean that adults can’t have fun here. Personally, I’ve played with my little cousins in the Play Tower and splashed around in the water play area—and I’ll do it all over again!

The Tiara Society Singapore

Located on the second level of Coastal PlayGrove is another playground for your little ones—especially if they’re the kind who enjoys fairytales and likes to imagine themselves as princes and princesses. 

At The Tiara Society Singapore, children get to dress up in beautiful clothes and pretend like they’re royalty in a royal-themed playground. And to make things better, there are also costumes for adults—yes, you heard that right!

When I came here with my cousins, they dressed as Belle and Ariel while I wore the Cinderella dress, and we had a blast taking photos in the iconic pumpkin carriage. 

We also tried the Secret Chamber Escape Room, which was so much fun. 

Another highlight of this indoor playground is that they host Open Minds, which is a holiday camp where children get to participate in fun summer activities. You can check their website to learn more about this program.

Marine Cove

The Coastal PlayGrove may take all the attention and love from visitors, but don’t let that distract you from the fact that there’s another great playground in East Coast Park. This playground is Marine Cove, located in Area C.

What I love about this playground is just how colorful it is. You can spot vibrant colors everywhere you look—the fences, the walls and roofs of the structures, and even the ground. 

There’s also a great variety of play features for all kinds of children. There are several climbing features that my little cousins love playing with—especially the one where they get to slide down at the top; as for me, I’m quite fond of the little tunnels.

Raintree Cove

Speaking of another underrated playground in East Coast Park, you should check out Raintree Cove. This playground is easily recognized for its rows of red swings, and these swings come in a few different types.

There’s a swing that resembles a hammock, and this is where I usually lie down and relax during the late afternoon. If I’m with someone, we usually ride the basket swing, which—let me tell you—is quite the experience.

If I’m feeling adventurous, I sometimes try the mini-obstacle log course. I always have to be careful, though, because I don’t have the reflexes of an athlete.

Parkland Green

Another great location for hanging out while enjoying the sea breeze is Parkland Green. Just like the Event Lawn in the Coastal PlayGrove, I also love flying kites or playing frisbee here, but sometimes, I just sit down on the grass to read my book. 

What makes this spot even better is that restaurants and cafes surround its perimeter, so even if you haven’t brought your very own snacks, you can simply order yourself a delicious meal. 

If you have a dog, the good news continues because the park has a designated dog run. Your furry friend is free to run around the spacious green lawn while you just sit back and relax—and maybe nibble a few snacks, too.

Also located in Parkland Green is the Amber Beacon Tower, which you can climb to get a better view of the park and its surroundings. I also used this opportunity to take Instagram-worthy shots, so you might be interested in doing the same thing.

Angsana Green

At 9,000 square meters, Angsana Green is quite a spacious lot, and that’s why it’s a popular venue choice for people handling elaborate events, such as corporate programs, sports, and parties.

When it’s not in use, Angsana Green is a perfect place for strolling and relaxing. I suggest bringing a blanket here so that you have a place to sit. 

Also, do take note that if you want to rent this space for an event, make sure that the date doesn’t fall on May, June, August, November, and December of this year (2023) because it will be closed for lawn maintenance.

Road Safety Community Park

Road Safety Community Park is named as such because back in the day, young people came here to learn about road safety. 

There are “roads” in this park with all markings and signs we see every day: zebra crossings, bus stops, and even mock-up fuel stations for cars.

According to my parents, the learning was done via role play: a student was chosen to be a pedestrian while the rest would ride bikes and go-carts. Doesn’t that sound so fun (although my parents swore the experience was a bit terrifying)?

Nowadays, schools don’t go to the Road Safety Community Park to learn about road safety, but it’s still open for everyone to visit. Many parents use the park to educate their children, while other people—like me—just stroll and enjoy the fresh air. 

Bougainvillea Garden

Flower lovers, I have a spot recommendation in East Coast Park just for you: Bougainvillea Garden. 

As the name suggests, this area is just teeming with bougainvillea of all kinds and colors, so the vibrant scenery is enough to capture anyone’s attention. You’ll also be greeted with a nice fragrant scent from the flowers!

But this garden is more than just its beautiful display of flowers: I’ve also discovered that it’s a great spot for stargazing at night. There’s a tower here, and in the evening, I like to climb up to cherish the view of the starry sky; I recommend you do the same.

Fitness, Sports, and Other Physical Activities

National Sailing Center

Have you always wanted to try sailing? Or maybe you just want to challenge yourself this weekend? 

You might want to take some of the basic classes offered by the National Sailing Center.

I’ve never taken a sailing class here, but I have friends who did, and they swear by it. They told me sailing is challenging to learn, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll enjoy the experience. 

The center even has classes catering to children. The classes focus more on boating, and anyone aged seven and above is welcome to join. 

Aloha Sea Sports Center

Another sea sports center that you can find in East Coast Park is Aloha Sea Sports Center. While some of my friends prefer the National Sailing Center, others like taking courses here because they like the offerings better. 

This sea sports center features courses in windsurfing, wind foiling, stand-up paddling, and laser sailing. They also make use of the sea instead of the lagoon, which is why some of my friends like it here: the expansive sea makes them feel free. 

There are also courses for kids, so if your little ones are interested, you know where to bring them. 

  • Address: 1212 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449886 (Area E)
  • Operating Hours: 10 am to 6 pm (weekdays), 9 am to 6 pm (weekends)
  • Estimated Price: S$60 (stand-up paddling), S$250 (sailing), S$150–280 (windsurfing)

Singapore Wake Park

While we’re on the topic of water sports, Singapore Wake Park is another one that’s worth trying out. SWP is located along the built-in lagoon, and it features cable systems that pull ski riders on the water. 

As you’ve probably guessed already, I also haven’t tried ski-riding here because it’s too much adrenaline for me. But I do know that SWP accepts all kinds of riders—from beginners to experienced—so you might want to give this one a try.

If you have a child that’s interested in learning how to ride, feel free to bring them here. SWP features several beginner courses intended for children.

  • Address: 1206A ECP, Singapore 449891 (Area E)
  • Operating Hours: 10 am to 9 pm (weekdays), 9 am to 9 pm (weekends)
  • Price: S$50 per rider

Xtreme SkatePark

While I’m not the biggest fan of water sports, I do like skating (not pro at it, but I do think it’s fun), so I’m thrilled to discover that Xtreme SkatePark is in East Coast Park. To those unaware, Xtreme SkatePark is the biggest of its kind in Singapore. 

What I love about this skatepark is that it features a variety of obstacles. Sure, the steep ramps and the wide bowls take center stage, but if you’re new to skating, there’s a beginner-friendly course intended for you. 

Personally, I’ve only skated in the beginner course because I’m not yet comfortable with my skills, and I’ve always had children and other newbie adults with me. Everyone is welcome to learn and improve here, and I love that atmosphere.

Learn to Skate & Cycle at Your Doorstep

Rollerskating and cycling are two activities that many of us learn when we were young. If you have a child who wants to learn these skills too—or maybe you’re an adult who never learned how to ride a bike or rollerskate—this establishment is for you. 

At Learn to Skate & Cycle at Your Doorstep, you can sign up for skating and cycling lessons. The best part is that the classes are private; you can be the only student if you hate crowds or invite a sibling or a few friends if you want companions. 

I didn’t take classes here, but I do see the students practicing sometimes, and they always seem to have fun.

If you’re interested in taking a class, here’s a breakdown of the fees:

Skating Lesson Rates (in SGD) Per Person
Number of Students Per ClassTrial/Per Lesson4-Lesson Package6-Lesson Package8-Lesson Package
Cycling Lesson Rates (in SGD) Per Person
Class SizeOne-Hour SessionTwo-Hour Session
  • Address: 1010 ECP, Singapore 449892 (Area C)
  • Operating Hours: 8 am to 9 pm (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays), 8 am to 8:30 pm (Wednesdays), 8 am to 5 pm (Saturdays), 8 am to 3 pm (Sundays)

Little Wheel Werks

Another popular skating school in East Coast Park is Little Wheel Werks, and this time, it’s catered towards children. This school specializes in inline skating and bike balancing, and the classes are also private, so your child can learn at their own pace.

A little cousin of mine learned how to skate here. She took a few 60-hour sessions, and in that time, she’s already become a better skater than me. 

(My pride is a little bruised; I’m not gonna lie.)

Here are the fees if you’re interested in enrolling your child here:

Inline Skating
PackageNumber of SessionsPrice (in SGD)
Single Pack #14180
Single Pack #212 or 24428 or 728
Share Pack #112448
Share Pack #224 or 36768 or 998
Bike Balancing
Once a Week4180
Playgroup10 or 16400 or 560


As you’ve probably gathered by now, rollerskating is one of the most popular things to do in East Coast Park. So, it shouldn’t come as any surprise that there is yet another institution that offers classes about roller sports. 

Ernsports is actually relatively new compared to the other rollerskating schools in the park—it was only founded in 2020. Just like the others, they offer inline skating courses, but you can also take skateboarding and longboarding classes. 

Admittedly, the longboarding course caught my attention because I never heard about it before. I asked the instructors, and it seems like it’s like skateboarding but smoother and faster.

I’m intrigued, to be honest, so I might take a class here in the future. It’s also located in Parkland Green, which is one of my go-to spots in the park, so it’s pretty accessible for me.

Here’s a look at their rates per person in SGD:

Number of Students Per ClassTrial/Per Lesson (45 minutes)Starter (4 x 1-Hour Lessons)Combo (8 x 1-Hour Lessons)Deluxe (12 x 1-Hour Lessons)Group (4 x 1-Hour Group Lessons)Masterclass (4 x 2-Hour Masterclass Lessons)

Cyclist Park

If you don’t need to take cycling lessons anymore and you just want to ride your bike for fun, then you’ll be delighted to know that East Coast Park has a Cyclist Park. This area comes with 5.4 hectares of land, and it’s primarily divided into two sections.

The first section is the Learner Circuit, which features a long track, gentle slopes, and flat areas. Even though the name implies this is for beginners, I actually love cycling here because it’s just so easy and I don’t have to worry about falling down.

Meanwhile, my friends are risk-takers, so they prefer the Advanced Circuit. I sometimes join them because I don’t want to miss out. 

This area definitely tests your skills with its undulating pump track, bridge, and other obstacles. 

Sometimes, I bring my little cousins here, and while I’m cycling around the circuits, they play in the nature play garden, which has a climbing wall to keep them occupied. 

Fitness Corner

Right by the sea, near Siglap Canal Pier, you can find a section that’s now referred to as the Fitness Corner. Out of all the spots in East Coast Park, this is definitely one that most people will overlook, but it’s treasured by a select few. 

Specifically, this is a popular spot for physically active people: they come here to either warm up or cool down after a rigorous hike around the park. I also do the same, but honestly, I mostly like coming here because of the view. 

Other than the Bedok Jetty, the Fitness Corner actually provides a decent view of the sea and the horizon. So, when I find myself coming to the park during the early hours of the morning, I like to head to the Fitness Corner and watch the sunrise. 

  • Address: Area C, near GoCycling @ East Coast Park

Yoga, Inc

Another popular activity in East Coast Park is yoga, and Yoga, Inc. is one of the institutions you can go to if you’re interested. It’s also my go-to yoga place simply because it’s located in Parkland Green, so it’s easy to find.

Additionally, if you’re pregnant, you can take prenatal classes here. Yoga enthusiasts can book their bulk packages or even the one-month unlimited offer.

Here’s a look at the prices:

Class TypeValidity RulesPrice (in SGD)
3-Class Intro PassValid for one month and only for first timers50
Single ClassValid for three months35
10 ClassesValid for six months280
20 Classes450
One-Month Unlimited350
Prenatal Single ClassValid for three months45
Prenatal Five ClassesValid for six months200
Private Class60 minutes only, up to three people150
  • Address: 920 ECP, #01-11, Parkland Green, Singapore 449875 (Area C)
  • Operating Hours:
    • 9 am to 12 pm, 6 to 9 pm (Mondays)
    • 9 am to 12 pm, 6:45 pm to 9:45 pm (Tuesdays)
    • 9 am to 12 pm, 5:45 to 9 pm (Wednesdays)
    • 9 am to 12 pm (Thursdays and Fridays)
    • 7:45 am to 5:30 pm (Saturdays)
    • 9 am to 5:30 pm (Sundays)

So Yoga

Another yoga studio in Parkland Green is So Yoga. I know I said earlier that Yoga, Inc is my go-to yoga place, but sometimes, I like coming to So Yoga simply because it offers a variety of other yoga options. 

I mean, they offer beach yoga sessions; how can you say no to that? I can even bring my cousins with me because there are yoga classes for children—yes, including toddlers—available here. 

There’s just something for everyone, and I love that. 

The Gym Pod

The Gym Pod is easy to miss because of its small size, but it’s actually one of my favorite spots. And I know people who like to exercise—especially the introverted ones—will also love this. 

I don’t know about you, but one thing I hate about working out in gyms is that it sometimes gets crowded. Many people are using the same equipment, so you have to be quick to give others their turn.

But with The Gym Pod, you have everything to yourself! The pod only lets one person in, and you have 30 minutes to access everything inside. 

Finally, you get to work out in peace!

Cicada Woods Walking Trail

Difficulty: Easy

For hikers and nature lovers, the Cicada Woods Walking Trail is for you. This is a relatively easy trail; one that you can finish in just 15 minutes if you’re in a rush.

It also gives you a much-needed respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. 

I’ve hiked on this trail numerous times, and one thing that I always notice is the nonstop symphony of crickets and cicadas. I guess it makes sense why the trail is named as such. 

The trail also took me deep into the woods. With greenery, flowers, and even a small lake—all in all, hiking on this trail is just a relaxing experience. 

Bedok Jetty 

The Bedok Jetty is hard to overlook. It’s the longest jetty in Singapore, and it practically juts out from the coast. 

It’s quite a popular spot, so you might notice many visitors coming to this location often.

Just like any jetty, this one is a perfect ground for fishing, so if you’re interested, be sure to bring your fishing rod and other gear here to try your luck. You never know; you might actually reel in a 124-kg stingray (this is the largest fish ever caught here!).

As for me, I’m not really into fishing, so I usually just come here to enjoy the view, specifically the sunrise and sunset. Seriously, the views from the jetty during sunrise and sunset are unreal—I highly recommend it.

Stores and Other Noteworthy Areas


If you don’t have your own bicycle and you want to bike around the park, there’s no need to worry because GoCycling is here in East Coast Park. And to make things better, there are two branches—one on each far side!

I have my own bike, but I still rent from GoCycling because they have so many options. 

Try riding a tandem or family bike with your loved ones. They also give you a free second or third hour, so more time to bike!

Here are the hourly rental rates for the different bikes:

Type of BikeHourly Rate (in SGD)
Adult Single Bike10
Kids Bike8
Childseat Bike16
Tandem Bike20
Family Bike40
Pedal Go-Karts13 per 30 minutes
  • Operating Hours:
    • Area C: 8 am to 10 pm (daily)
    • Area G: 10 am to 7 pm (daily)

Coastline Leisure

Coastline Leisure is another bike rental shop you can find in East Coast Park. Just like GoCycling, Coastline Leisure features an extensive array of bicycles to rent: from kid’s bikes to adult single and double bikes, even learning bicycles for adults. 

But what I like most about them is they also repair bikes. This is where I go when I experience a problem with my bike, and they’ve always been so helpful.

Coastline Leisure also holds cycling workshops and expeditions, so if you want to meet other biking enthusiasts, feel free to participate in one.

Khcycle ECP

Do you prefer to buy your own bicycle instead of renting it? No problem; you can check out the available bicycles in Khcycle ECP and purchase one that you like. 

I checked out this bicycle shop once—just window shopping, really—and I was impressed with the display. They have a good variety—road bikes, mountain, future pro, and even for children—so you have many options to choose from.

Wondrous Glamping

I know camping isn’t for everyone. Sure, the idea sounds nice—imagine being surrounded by nature and sleeping under the stars—but you also have to sleep on the hard ground, which is far from the comfortable bed you have back home. 

Luckily, I discovered Wondrous Glamping in East Coast Park, and now I love camping once again. Essentially, glamping is the combination of “glamorous” and “camping,” so you can enjoy resort-style amenities while experiencing the great outdoors.

What I love about Wondrous Glamping is that they offer various packages. You can book one for yourself and your partner, or you can have full-on camping with your whole family! 

Whatever you decide, you’ll be able to enjoy a plush bed inside a camp facing the sea. At nighttime, your only companions are the stars and the cool sea breeze, which make for a soothing and memorable experience.

Pet Master Mega Store by CatSmart

If you’re bringing your pets with you to East Coast Park, you might be interested in pampering them a bit. That’s what Pet Master Mega Store is here for. 

Basically, this pet store has everything your furry friends can possibly want or need: snacks, toys, and other supplies. There’s also Paws 4 Splash, which my dogs love because they get to swim in a pool for about thirty minutes.

For me, the one service I always use here is the DIY Dog Wash. My dog is quite an active one, so whenever we go to East Coast Park, he ends up so dirty that I have no choice but to clean him up here.

Where can you eat in East Coast Park?

Where can you eat in East Coast Park

There are many restaurants and other dining options in East Coast Park, so you don’t have to worry about getting hungry here. Here are the places where you can eat in East Coast Park, divided into their respective categories:

Convenience Store and Fast Food Restaurants• 7-Eleven

• Burger King

• McDonald’s

• Starbucks

• The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf

Casual Dining• St. Marc Bakery and Bar

• Coastal Rhythm Cafe and Bar

• East Coast Commune

• Enak Enak Restaurant

• Food Splash

• Jumbo Seafood

• Kebab Station

• KNS Restaurant

• My Briyani House

• Oldtown White Coffee

• Patro’s Sports Bar and Restaurant ECP

• SandBank

Fine Dining• Atmosphere Bistro and Bar

• Basil & Thyme

• Long Beach Seafood Restaurant

• LUX COVE Seafood

• PS. Cafe by the Sea

• Tash Tish Tosh

Convenience Store and Fast Food Restaurants

NameAddressOperating HoursWhat You Can Expect
7-Eleven1110 ECP, #01-01/02 (Area D)7 am to 11 pm (Sundays to Thursdays), open 24 hours (Fridays and Saturdays)• Affordable, ready-made meals

• Perfect for people on a budget or in a rush

Burger King920 ECP, #01-01/01A, Coastal Playgrove (Area B)8 am to 10 pm (Sundays to Thursdays), 8 am to 12 am (Fridays and Saturdays)• Flame-grilled burgers, chicken sandwiches, fries
McDonald’s1000 ECP, #01-05 Marine Cove (Area C)6 am to 11 pm (Sundays to Thursdays), 6 am to 2 am (Fridays and Saturdays)• Burgers, chicken dishes, fries, ice cream
Starbucks920 ECP, #01-17 Parkland Green (Area C)7:30 am to 10:30 pm (daily)• Hot and cold coffee drinks, pastry and dessert, light meals
The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf1000 ECP, #01-01 Marine Cove (Area C)Open 24 hours

Casual Dining

NameAddressOperating HoursWhat You Can Expect
St. Marc Bakery and Bar920 ECP, #01-09/10 Parkland Green (Area C)• 12 to 10 pm (weekdays), 9 am to 11 pm (weekends)• Rice meals, udon dishes, burgers, beers, cocktails, and wines
Coastal Rhythm Cafe and Bar1206 ECP, Unit #01 (Area E)• 10 am to 10 pm (Mondays to Thursdays)

• 10 am to 12 am (Fridays)

• 9 am to 12 am (Saturdays)

• 9 am to 9 pm (Sundays)

• Breakfast meals, pasta dishes, burgers, tacos, and more
East Coast Commune1000 ECP, #01-03 Marine Cove (Area C)• 8 am to 5:30 pm (Mondays, Wednesdays to Fridays)

• 8 am to 9 pm (weekends)

• Closed on Tuesdays

• Brunch meals: French toast, bagels, waffles, and more

• Dinner: risotto, pasta dishes, and more

• Kid’s menu also available

Enak Enak Restaurant1202 ECP, #01-01 East Coast Seafood Center (Area E)• 3 pm to 3 am (daily)• Singapore cuisine, dim sum, and seafood

• Certified halal

Food Splash902 ECP, #01-02 Coastal Playgrove (Area B)• 7 am to 11 pm (daily)• A variety of beverages and grab-and-go dishes like sandwiches and pies
Jumbo Seafood1206 ECP, #01-07/08 East Coast Seafood Center (Area E)• 4:30 to 11 pm (weekdays), 11 am to 11 pm (weekends)• An extensive array of seafood dishes, such as shelled prawns, chili crab, and more

• Both set and a la carte menus available

Kebab Station920 ECP, #01-02 Parkland Green (Area C)• 11 am to 9:30 pm (daily)• Freshly made, authentic Turkish cuisine

• Bestsellers include charcoal grilled chicken, Adana kebab, Turkish pride, and more

KNS Restaurant1110 East Coast Park Service Road, #01-03/04 (Area D)• 7 am to 10 pm (daily)• Authentic North and South Indian dishes, such as prata, dhosai, and kway teow
My Briyani House1000 ECP, Marine Cove (Area C)• Open 24 Hours• Authentic Indian fishes

• Certified halal and affordable

• Sharing bundles available for groups

Oldtown White Coffee920 ECP, #01-03 Coastal Playgrove (Area B)• 11 am to 9 pm (Mondays to Thursdays)

• 8 am to 10 pm (Fridays and Saturdays)

• 8 am to 9 pm (Sundays)

• Bread and toast, noodles, rice meals, vegan, desserts, and more
Patro’s Sports Bar and Restaurant ECP920 ECP, Parkland Green (Area C)• 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, 6 to 10:30 pm (weekdays)

• 11:30 am to 11 pm (Saturdays)

• 11:30 am to 10:30 pm (Sundays)

• North Indian and Mexican cuisines

• Various alcoholic drinks

SandBank920 ECP, #01-28/32 Parkland Green (Area C)• 5 to 11 pm (Mondays)

• 12 to 11 pm (Tuesdays to Fridays)

• 10 am to 11 pm (weekends)

• Burgers, pizzas, and pasta dishes

• Various alcoholic drinks, such as draught beer, wines, spirits, cocktails, and sangrias

Fine Dining

NameAddressOperating HoursWhat You Can Expect
Atmosphere Bistro and Bar920 ECP, #01-25/26/27, Parkland Green (Area C)• 12 to 11 pm (Mondays to Thursdays)

• 12 pm to 12 am (Fridays)

• 11:30 am to 12 am (Saturdays)

• 11:30 am to 11 pm (Sundays)

• Atmospheric ambiance with seaside scenery

• Fusion of Thai, Western, and other modern elements

• Bestsellers include Thai-style steamed seabass, seafood phad thai, and Red Ruby cheesecake

Basil & Thyme920 ECP, Parkland Green (Area C)• 11:30 am to 2:30 pm, 6 to 10:30 pm (Tuesdays to Sundays), closed on Mondays• Specializing in Thai and western cuisine

• Featuring a micro-brewery and a space for live bands

Long Beach Seafood Restaurant1202 ECP, #01-04 East Coast Seafood Center (Area E)• 11 am to 3 pm, 5 to 11 pm (weekdays)

• 11 am to 11:30 pm (Saturdays)

• 11 am to 11 pm (Sundays)

• Serving premium exotic delicacies of the sea

• Highlights include live Alaskan king crab, live prawns, and live oysters

LUX COVE Seafood1202 ECP, #01-03 East Coast Seafood Center (Area E)• 10 am to 2 pm, 5 to 10:30 pm (daily)• The essence of Hong Kong’s hot pot culture

• Premium live seafood sourced from all over the world prepared via the culinary art of sashimi

PS. Cafe by the Sea1110 ECP (Area D)• 8 am to 11 pm (daily)• Classic savory dishes, such as burgers, truffle shoestring fries, and indulgent cakes

• Extensive array of seafood dishes

• Perfect for brunches and a lovely dinner

Tash Tish Tosh1000 ECP, #01-02 Marine Cove (Area C)• 9 am to 11 pm (Wednesdays to Mondays), closed on Tuesdays• Malay-inspired American cuisine (e.g. burgers, pasta dishes, steaks, and more)

• Certified halal

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