East Coast Park

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Where is East Coast Park (ECP) located?
East Coast Park is the most popular coastal park on the south-eastern coast of Singapore. It covers a total land mass of 185 hectares with a coastline stretching over 15 kilometres long.

BBQ Pits at East Coast Park?
There are a total of 80 BBQ pits in 6 different areas in ECP. They are Area B, C, D, E, F and G.

  • Area B – 6 bbq pits
  • Area C – 26 bbq pits
  • Area D – 16 bbq pits
  • Area E – 8 bbq pits
  • Area F – 10 bbq pits
  • Area G – 14 bbq pits

How much does it cost to book BBQ pit?

There are two different types of BBQ pits at East Coast Park, 4 meter at $16 or 6 meter at $20.

4 meter BBQ pit | $16

  • 1 BBQ pit
  • 1 Stone Table beside BBQ pit
  • 1 Stone Table & 6 seats

6 meter BBQ pit | $20

  • 2 BBQ pits
  • 1 Stone Table beside BBQ pit
  • 2 Stone Table & 10 seats

Popular Areas
The most frequented area around ECP is along areas B and C where you can find a plethora of eateries and activities to do. In comparison, the least visited area would be areas F and G simply because of the lack of choice for public transport and the far distance to walk if you choose to go from more accessible areas.

Please note:
1) Book your BBQ pit at least one month in advance as the good spots are taken up quickly, especially those that are near to toilets, pavilion and carparks.
2) Remember to apply for a camping permit via an AXS machine or the AXS website if you decided to pitch a tent and stay over at the camping site.
3) Most of the public toilets are fixed with showers, visitors can use them freely.
4) Goldkist Chalet is closed until further notice.

 

How to get to East Coast Park?

Travel by Bus

To get to areas B to E, many people prefer to alight from bus stops along Marine Parade Road and take a short walk through the nearest underpasses to reach East Coast Park. The bus service travelling along Marine Parade Road are 16, 31, 36, 55, 76, 135, 155, 196, 197 and 853.

Bus 401 (weekends & public holiday only)
Another option is to take Bus 401 from Bedok Bus interchange. It gets you directly to East Coast Park Service Road but however, it only operates during the weekends and public holidays.

To travel to areas F and G, you can take bus 36 from Changi Airport Passengers Terminal Building 2 (PTB2) and drop off  at the 2nd stop

Travel by MRT

Currently, East Coast Park is not located near any MRT. The Thomson-East Coast Line is in the works and is estimated to complete in 2023. Once it is completed, visitors can drop off at Amber, Marine Parade, Marine Terrace, Siglap or Bayshore station to get to East Coast Park.

Travel by Car

If you are driving, there is free parking in Carpark B, C, D, F, G and H along East Coast Park Service Road. Carparks that need to pay are typically those with a gantry and located very near to restaurants and hawker centres.