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8 places to watch
the sunrise in Singapore

The perfect way to start your day.

By Where Singapore Staff | May 11, 2017

Bedok Jetty, East Coast Park

A popular spot for anglers, Bedok Jetty also offers great views of the approach path for planes landing at Changi Airport.


Getting there:
Buses 10, 13, 14, 43 and 48 stop at the junction of Upper East Coast Road and Bayshore Road. Bedok Jetty is a 15-minute walk away.



Punggol Waterway Park
A young but fast-growing suburban part of Singapore, Punggol is a place where nature is never far away.


Getting there:
Punggol Waterway Park is a short walk away from Punggol MRT Station.

 


Lower Seletar Reservoir
Great for sunsets too, it's also a vantage point across to the city of Johor Bahru.


Getting there:
Bus 103 makes several stops around the reservoir.

 


Changi Point Coastal Walk
Located in a quiet corner of Singapore, it's ideal for morning yoga sessions in the great outdoors.


Getting there:
Buses 2, 59 and 109 take you to Changi Village Bus Interchange. Bus 29 follows Netheravon Road close to the walkway.

 


Sembawang Park
A peaceful spot in the north of Singapore, it's one of the few places on the island that still has a kampung (village) feel to it.


Getting there:
Bus 882 stops at Sembawang Park.

 


Woodlands Waterfront Park
Just about as far north as you can go in Singapore, Woodlands Waterfront Park is home to a long jetty with a restaurant called Rasa Istimewa that's worth checking out.


Getting there:
Bus 856 stops at Woodlands Waterfront Park.

 


Marina Barrage
From the north we head to the south where the iconic Marina Barrage boasts unparalleled views of the whole downtown area.


Getting there:
Bus 400 stops at Marina Barrage.

 


Mount Faber Park
Just one of the memorable parts of Singapore's Southern Ridges. Expect views of Sentosa on one side and the city on the other.


Getting there:
Bus 409 stops at Faber Peak Singapore.

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