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Top 5 Things To Do In Marine Parade For A Family Day Out

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While several neighborhoods in Singapore are built close to the water, there is a particular charm about Marine Parade that makes it stand out. With the scenic views of the beach from high-rise residences, a lush stretch of East Coast Park for outdoor athleisure activities, and a cornucopia of dining options, Marine Parade is a premium address that makes for a fantastic blend of residential and recreation, and it’s only 15-20 minutes from the city centre.

Here’s our list of the 5 best things to do in Marine Parade for a fun family day out. The great outdoors awaits!

1. Go Cycling or Rollerblading at East Coast Park

Ushered with lush greenery, a sweeping view of the beach, and a light breeze, the 15-km stretch is a favorite jogging and light cardio track among locals and tourists near Marine Parade. If you haven’t any two-wheels, head on to the bike rental kiosks at Fort Road or near the Lagoon Food Centre. Kids could practice their cycling skills for $6 and $10 for adults. 

If you’re up for a challenge, rollerblading at Coastline Leisure heightens up the thrill. Rent your rollerblades for $18, and be careful not to land on your bums! For outdoor fun while soaking up the sun, East Coast Park is the perfect setting.

Address: East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore

Hours: 24 Hours

2. Hold a Seaside Picnic or Barbecue at East Coast Park BBQ Pits

Skip your favorite weekend restaurant or a go-to hawker stall and try something new and a whole lot of fun. East Coast Park is dotted with several BBQ Pits, which you can book in advance. Grab your favorite meats and seafood for an overnight marinade using your favorite recipe, and sizzle them over coals. 

With the splendid sea view and some cold drinks, this would make a great outdoor celebration with friends and family. Remember to bring some cleaning materials and your char as a courtesy to the next users. Did we say the sundown here is just fantastic?

Address: East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore (Reserve your preferred pit location here)

Hours: Barbecuing is allowed from 12:00 noon – 10:00 PM

3. Take a Splash at Singapore Wakepark

The only ski-cable park in the country, the Singapore Wakepark, is for the adrenaline junkie. It boasts three cable systems for different levels of thrill, including children. If it’s your first time balancing on the board, we highly recommend the beginner’s operator-controlled system to ensure you get warmed up and practiced. 

Don’t worry; while it may not be as easy as it looks, it’s pretty safe, with vests, helmets, and kneeboards provided. Don’t forget to take pictures to brag about your awesome balancing moves!

Address: 1026A East Coast Park, Singapore 449891

Hours: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM (Mon-Fri), 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM (Sat-Sun)

4. Let the Kids Play Outdoor at Marine Cove Playground

Sprawling over 3,500 sqm., this kid-friendly park is designed for children of all abilities. The highlight of the play facilities is the three-story tower with three tube slides of different heights. 

With so much thought about the design factors, there are swing areas that stimulate the kids’ sense of balance and other play areas that encourage camaraderie among other kids. It’s a great park for kids from toddler years to 12 years of age. 

Address: 1000 East Coast park, Singapore 449876

Hours: Open 24 hours

5. Succumb to Your Hunger at 84 Marine Parade Central Market & Food Centre

Whether you played out under the sun by the beach, have some more time after doing your errands, or skipping home-cooked meals, the newly revamped 84 Marine Parade Central Market and Food Centre is a solid spot for a decent hawker fare. 

One treasured favorite is the Apollo Fried Char Kway Teow ($5) of moist noodles covered in flavor-packed brown sauce with garlicky and peppery fragrance. It’s so good, it’s almost a blasphemy to skip it when in this food centre.

Other crowned stalwarts are the Neptune Hong Kong Dim Sum for their siew mai ($3.60) and har gao ($3.60), and the Kun Ji Duck Rice ($3.50) is a hearty serving of braised duck rice, liberally flavored with the umami-rich dark brown sauce.

We know it’s going to be quite a day out with these five best things to do near Marine Parade. But with its accessibility, the relaxing beach, and the plenty of fun amenities nearby, there’s always a reason to visit this side of the island when you just wanna have fun. And for any circumstances, should you be short on funds, you can count on Bugis Credit. 

For personal loans, Bugis Credit has been the most reliable money lender near Marine Parade for years. We offer fast-approval loans with customised repayment plans and the lowest interest rate so you can stay on top of your finances without worries. Apply now and get your application approved on the same day!

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