8 beautiful parks to watch the sunset in Singapore.

The best places to watch the sunset in Singapore!

Whether as a backdrop to a romantic proposal, or as an end to the perfect family day out, sunset watching is an underrated Singaporean pastime we don’t talk about enough! But no an uncommon sight is Singaporeans gathered around barbecue pits on weekends or sat on break waters, all hoping to catch the sunset.

So if you’re in Singapore and a sunset lover just like most of us are, here are 8 places to catch the sunset in Singapore.

1. Changi Boardwalk, Changi Beach & Changi Bay Park.

Sunset Singapore Changi Bay Park

Although in the east, Changi is home to some of Singapore’s most beautiful sunsets. Especially since you’ll be surrounded by a beautiful, rustic backdrop of lalang grass, a wooden boardwalk, and calm waters. Whether you’re at the Changi Boardwalk, Changi Bay Park Connector, or Changi Beach itself, Changi’s sunsets are gorgeous and definitely worth the trip.

2. Labrador Nature Park. 

Sunset Singapore Labrador Park

Built on the edge of a secondary forest is Labrador Park, a tranquil nature reserve with Singapore’s last remaining mainland natural rocky shore. Known for its thriving wildlife and gorgeous views, Labrador Park’s natural wonders only add to its unparalleled sunset views. 

3. Rower’s Bay Park. 

Located in the same vicinity as Seletar Fishing Village and Yishun Dam is Rower’s Bay Park, a tiny park that’s got underrated views of Yishun Reservoir. Part of the first phase of the Round Island Route, this park isn’t hard to get to by bike. And if you’re here by sunset, it’s the perfect place to rest and relax before completing the rest of your bike ride.

4. Pasir Ris Park.

Sunset Singapore Pasir Ris Park

Although located far east of Singapore, Pasir Ris Park’s sunsets are not to be glossed over. With mangroves, intertidal critters, and even otters entering the foreground of orange and yellow skies, this park is a nature lover’s haven. Plus, it’s right next to Downtown East which means once dusk hits, you’re only a few minutes away from a convenient dinner! 

5. Lower Peirce Reservoir / Upper Peirce Reservoir.

Enjoy untouched natural spaces? Singapore’s Upper and Lower Peirce Reservoirs are the perfect place for that! Surrounded by a secondary forest, this reservoir is reminiscent of Singapore’s past. Rubber trees and oil palms dot the sky line, and a 900-metre boardwalk takes front and centre stage against the beautiful orange hues that make Singapore’s sunsets. 

6. Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park.

Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is one of centra Singapore’s largest urban parks. Sprawling at a size of 62 hectares, it’s home to a 3km meandering river, wildflowers, Pond Gardens, and River Plains. And with open fields looking up into an unobstructed sky, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is one of the best places to watch the sunset in Singapore!  

7. MacRitchie Reservoir.

Sunset Singapore Macritchie Reservoir

MacRitchie Reservoir is perhaps Singapore’s most famous reservoir, known best for its Treetop Walk, a 250-metre aerial free standing suspension bridge. Also home to a tropical rainforest and nature trails, it’s one of the most popular places for runners, hikers, and nature lovers. If you’re looking to enjoy the sunset here, frequent visitors to the area recommend heading to the Chemperai and Jering Trail for gorgeous views of the sunset! 

8. West Coast Park.

Sunset Singapore West Coast

We saved the best for last. This list would not be complete without West Coast Park. Located in the southwest of Singapore running parallel to the West Coast Highway, this park is often forgotten by those who don’t live nearby. Unbeknownst to most of us though, West Coast Park has (in our opinion!) the best sunset views in Singapore. This is especially since it’s actually located in the west and comes with breakwaters where people gather to watch the sun go down. 

Plus, there’s a McDonalds nearby. 😉

While this list is not exhaustive, it is a pretty good summary of Singapore’s best spots! Plus, since they’re located in parks, coming down to watch the sunset in these areas means getting the best of Singapore’s natural landscapes. 

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siti ayeeshah zaki

Writer, dreamer and explorer. When she’s not writing for Strada Visual Lab, Ayeeshah spends her time reading, skating and living life to her definition of fullest.

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