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So if you just want to go to the jetty (really it's a pier), then it would be fairly boring for most. When I went it was in September and it was HOT HOT HOT !!!
I went there because I had a goal in...More
One of Singapore’s longest jetties that sits on the southeastern coast stretching some 250m in Area F. It is open to the public and only close when there are military exercises. The beach & all public amenities here are managed by National Parks Board Singapore....More
I've passed this jetty on many occasions whilst cycling the east coast park route towards Changi Village. A few times I've stopped and cycled out to the end of the jetty. It can get quite busy in the late mornings, but also very hot if...More
This jetty is full of fishermen trying their luck at fishing. Hobbyist fishermen come here to fish
Joggers comes for a detour with a view.
Others just come for a seat, hopefully with a view.
But a long time ago, ships (naval vessels) did stop...More
Bedok Jetty was originally built by a local businessman Mr Yap Swee Hong at a cost of $1.5m in 1966.
He built it for the import of scrap metal from the Americans who were engaged in the Vietnam war.
Later it was used as a...More