Great, Fantastic, Excellent long stretch of road. 

East Coast Park is one of Singapore’s most appreciated urban getaways, offering memorable diversity of sporting, dining and recreational activities. Known as “Recreation for All”, the park has an activity for everyone. East Coast Park is a great place for a breezy long run in Singapore. It is shaded enough for daytime runs, and well-lit enough for night runs. You can start basically anywhere and run out and back in either direction.

For runners, we recommend either carpark B1 or Parkland Green carpark as these locations provide shower facilities after your run. Both the Big Splash and Parkland green are locations where eating and drinking options are available after the run. Likewise, these locations are usually accessible if you need a taxi for the trip back home.

Alternatively, you can start at the East Coast Seafood Center or the East Coast Lagoon Food Village at the other end of the park. You can easily extend the distance beyond the National Sailing Centre.

East Coast Park has held numerous running events such as Newton Challenge 2014, SingTel & Singapore Cancer Society Race Against Cancer 2014 and Terry Fox Run 2015.

You can reach East Coast Park using the park connectors:

– Siglap Park Connector: Leads you to Telok Karau Park and Bedok Town Park.

– Bedok Park Connector: Leads you to Bedok Reservoir.

– Coastal Park Connector: Leads you to Changi Beach Park

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Route at a glance:

Suitable for: Short runs (Less than 5 km), Medium runs (5 - 15 km), Long runs (Over 15 km)
Surface: Pavement
Profile: Flat
Suitable for night runs? Yes
Parking information:
From Carpark B2 to F3 and alongside East Coast Park Service road.
Public transportation:
If you are taking the train, the nearest MRT station is Mountbatten (CC7). Take Bus Number 401 which will bring you through the whole stretch of East Coast Service Road.
Shower information:
There's a public locker room for you to shower. It costs 50 cents to enter, and is located within walking distance of the 24-hour McDonald's.

Your photos:

There is a regular jogging path, but this one is so picturesque and closer to the shore (by junkstefa).

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