Looking for coastline views and peaceful parks for a run? Or you just looking for new running routes in the east? Then you are at the right place! Running parks in the East offers you running routes that allow you to enjoy the sea breeze and calm atmosphere.

Here are the 6 best Singapore running parks in the east that you should go for if you are someone who loves picturesque coastal boardwalks, peaceful parks, and scenic coastline views.

Meanwhile, don’t forget to also check out the 5 top Singapore eastern running routes we have compiled for you.

1. East Coast Park

East Coast Park, one of Singapore’s most treasured urban getaways, offering a rejuvenating and exciting diversity of sporting, dining and recreational activities. It is a place where families and friends can relax and enjoy picnics.

Fitness enthusiast can enjoy the scenic coastline that stretches over 15km while running! There are also other forms of sports activities other than running, such as cycling, beach volleyball, water sports and cable skiing! After your sports activities, you can head down to their hawker centre or restaurants while enjoying the cool sea breeze.

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Distance: 6km
Starting point: East Coast Park Service Rd
Ending point: Bedok Jetty
Park size: 1,860,000 m2

2. Pasir Ris Park

Pasir Ris Park is a great place for families and friends to have a fun day out where there are park activities such as pony rides, water sports, cycling, inline skating and barbeque rental.

The park also has a carefully preserved mangrove forest. Runners can also enjoy a day running at Pasir Ris park as the cool breeze from the sea will freshen you up with every stride you take.

Photo Credit: National Parks Singapore

Distance: 3.7km
Starting point: Pasir Ris Sports Centre
Ending point: Pasir Ris Sports Centre
Park size: 705,000 m2

3. Bedok Reservoir Park

Bedok Reservoir is a popular place amongst joggers and water sports enthusiasts. A converted sand quarry, the park is a great place for water activities.

Water sports enthusiasts and adrenaline junkies gathers regularly at the park to dragon boat, kayak, wakeboard while there are others who cast their rods in hopes of catching the next big catch. Visitors of the park can experience a refreshing sense of tranquility at the floating deck.

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Distance: 4.5km
Starting point: Opp The Clearwater Condo
Ending point: Opp The Clearwater Condo
Park size: 426,000 m2

4. Changi Beach Park

Changi Beach Park is one of the oldest coastal parks in Singapore that still retains the kampong ambience. With stretches of flawless white beaches dotted with coconut palms, BBQ pits, park benches and shelters, the park is the perfect place for families to gather together for swimming, picnics and barbeques.

Fitness enthusiasts can jog and cycle along the winding tracks. Runners can enjoy the gentle sea breeze and the sound of rolling waves with each stride that you take.

Photo Credit: National Parks Singapore

Distance: 2.7km
Starting point: Bef Changi Beach CP 3
Ending point: Changi beach
Park size: 311,000 m2

5. Tampines Eco Green

Tampines Eco Green is and eco-friendly park that showcase a sanctuary for flora and fauna. It is also a place for nature recreation. Runners who loves trail running will definitely fall in love with this place.

The park allows runners and nature lovers to discover various flora and fauna and experience nature in all its glory. With the various natural habitats such as fresh wetlands, open grasslands and a secondary forest, the park is a great place for visitors and runners to enjoy the best of nature.

Photo Credit: National Parks Singapore

Distance: 2.5km
Starting point: Tampines Park Connector
Ending point: Tampines Park Connector
Park size: 360,000 m2

6. Sun Plaza Park

Sun Plaza Park offers different kinds of exciting activities to provide friends and family countless of hours of fun! What Sun Plaza Park has is an amphitheatre, a Sense Discovery Garden, a beach ball court and a woodball course.

The park is a popular meeting place for cultural and social interactions. Sports enthusiasts can pit their skills against one another at the park’s beach ball course and woodball course. For runners and joggers, you can have run along the Sun Plaza route or you can also run from the Sun Plaza route to Bedok Reservoir Park.

Photo Credit: National Parks Singapore

Distance: 1.2km
Starting point: Opp Tampines Regional Library
Ending point: Opp Tampines Regional Library
Park size: 96,000 m2

Have you run in the eastern part of Singapore? Which of it is your favourite running parks? Checkout the best parks for running in different part of Singapore: North, South, West and Central!

Lee Nah

Lee Nah is a sports enthusiast who enjoys playing different kind of sports like floorball, hockey and even soccer! She personally believes in life long learning and self-development.

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