Singapore’s east side: The best things to eat, do and see

singapore east side things to do

Carousellers Share

Bedok, Pasir Ris, East Coast… Every neighborhood is brimming with a unique character of its own.

A while back, we got our fellow Carousellers to share the best parts of living in their estates, and proud Easties generously offered their top insider recommendations.

From the best local delights (The best mee sua in Singapore, anyone?) to the most family-friendly activities, these will make the journey to Singapore’s Eastside worth it, no matter which end of the island you’re coming from.

Bedok/ Kembangan


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Growing old does not mean that you have to stop being physically and mentally active. I was happy to see many seniors enthusiastically participating in activities during the official opening of Heartbeat@Bedok this morning. Heartbeat@Bedok is a one stop centre for health, wellness, and education for Bedok residents. Seniors residents, in particular, will benefit from the special areas and activities catering to them. They will also have easy access to healthcare at the polyclinic, wellness activities at the Kampong Chai Chee Community Centre, as well advice on staying active at the Active Health Lab. I hope that many more seniors and residents will take the opportunity to use the facilities at Heartbeat@Bedok. My thanks to @yishyanlee, who has spent the last 10 years working on this project together with the other advisers – @sweesaylim, @maliki_osman, Jessica Tan Soon Neo and @cherylchan.fengshan. Thank you also to the organisers, and volunteers for all your efforts. – LHL ([1] Photo by me; [2-4] MCI Photos by Fyrol)

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“Many activities and workshops are conducted here for free!” – @express2219

11 Bedok North Street 1, Singapore 469662

Seng Kee Mee Sua

“The Famous Changi Road Seng Kee Mee Sua, a short walk from Kembangan MRT, is to DIE for!!” – @everiety

Seng Kee Black Chicken Herbal Soup
475-477 Changi Road, Singapore 419893

Bedok 85

“Bedok 85 Market is a Michelin Bib Gourmand area. There’s also Bedok Point and Bedok Mall. They’re all made for eating!” – @somesh_15

Bedok 85 Market
85 Bedok North Street 4, Singapore 460085

Bedok Corner Hawker Centre

“The famous Bedok 85 Market is one, but there are also other Bedok hawker centres like Bedok North, Bedok Corner and other smaller eateries.” – @asy.leong

Bedok Corner Food Centre
1 Bedok Road, Singapore 469572

East Coast/ Marine Parade

Friendly neighbours

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“The people are very friendly, my neighbour and I help to water each other’s potted plants and garden when we’re not in Singapore!” – @dreamsgalore_

East Coast Park

“The East Coast Park beach is the best beach in Singapore! It’s clean and full of vibes and beautiful people strolling, jogging and camping.” – @prayer_sin

East Coast Park
East Coast Park Service Road, Singapore 449876

Tampines/ Pasir Ris

Tampines Round Market & Food Centre

“The hustle and bustle of the food court and the cultural vibes make it the best eating spot in Tampines. They also have flea markets there on weekends!” – @honeyhansol

Tampines Round Market & Food Centre
137 Tampines Street 11, Singapore 522137

Our Tampines Hub

“There are sporting facilities, a community club, bowling alley, karaoke, football field, movie theatre, library and even a 24-hour hawker. You can literally find anything and everything in Our Tampines Hub – it really is a hub.” – @yangevolution

Our Tampines Hub
1 Tampines Walk, Singapore 528523

Pasir Ris Park

“The best part about living in Pasir Ris is the close proximity to the beach and the quiet surroundings.” – @sforsiddharth

Pasir Ris Park
98 Pasir Ris Central, Singapore 519639

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