If you’re ready for the adventure of a lifetime, stop daydreaming and start looking into East Coast Singapore holiday packages. The East Coast of Singapore features long stretches of white sandy beach, lush green scenery and amazing food, along with a fascinating glimpse into the cultural values of locals. Oh, and there’s also a fantastic skate park, so your time-honoured hobby of emulating Tony Hawk can continue during your holiday.
Hate planning? We hear you. East Coast Singapore packages are ideal for organising your flight and hotel plans before you arrive, since you’ll want to focus your attention on all there is to do once you’ve arrived. If using your feet for anything besides reclining and skateboarding makes you shiver, look into our East Coast Singapore car hire options and cruise through your itinerary in style.
Once you’re out and about, mosey on over to Arab Street. It’s home to many of the city's evening activities, and if you travel near the month of Ramadan, you'll find the whole area lit up in celebration into the wee hours. The Changi Chapel and Museum is a beautiful spot to visit to get a feel for old Singapore, circa World War II. Next, check out East Coast Park, located on East Coast Park Highway. This is the place for bicycling, skating and—yes, wait for it—skateboarding to your heart’s content.
If you're in the mood for shopping, head to East Coast Road for great souvenir shops. You can pick up some local pottery, beadwork and more here. There’s also local cooking and art classes if that’s more your style. The area between Joo Chiat and Still Roads is also a beautiful place to spend a day shopping—the tall shophouses are coloured in bright hues and offer great deals on locally made goods.
Now, as you might expect, East Coast Singapore holidays aren't complete without tasting the local cuisine. When you're ready for dinner, sample a smattering of Singapore's most well-known dishes, like chili crab (prepare for an epic, delicious mess) and roti prata. Head to the strip on Geylang Road between the Paya Lebar and Kallang Stations to find some of the city's best culinary delights. Katong is the place to go for the national Singaporean soup, and there is often some great seafood in Geylang—that’s the red light district, so behave yourself. Perhaps unsurprisingly, there are also many outstanding bars in that area. Joo Chiat Road in particular has many pubs, as does East Coast Road. There are also plenty of places to stop in the Siglap neighbourhood. If you're lucky, you might even stumble onto a great wine or whiskey bar.
Ready to book your East Coast Singapore hotel? Whether you're travelling with your family or a big group, on a couple's romantic getaway or just flying solo, Wotif will set you up on the holiday of a lifetime. Not sold on a particular spot? We’ll help you out there, too—we have Chinatown packages and plenty more for you to explore. Start searching and book your trip to East Coast Singapore today!
Located in East Coast, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of 112 Katong and Parkway Parade. Singapore Sports Hub and East Coast Park are also within 6 mi ...
Located in East Coast, this hotel is steps from 112 Katong and Sri Senpaga Vinayagar Temple. Church of the Holy Family and Katong Antique House are also within ...
Located in East Coast, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.6 km) from Parkway Parade and within 3 mi (5 km) of Singapore Sports Hub and Singapore National Stadium. Singapore ...
Located in East Coast, this hostel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Bedok Mall, Parkway Parade, and East Coast Park. Paya Lebar Square is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) away.
Located in East Coast, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of 112 Katong and Parkway Parade. Tanjong Katong Complex and One KM Mall are also within 2 mi (3 ...