Awesome walks in Singapore – Bay East Gardens

Walking Polar is part of our daily routine. Sometimes it gets boring walking the same routes around the neighbourhood, so we try to explore different places around Singapore to spruce up his walks. It’s amazing when we can still discover something new on our tiny island. We recently came across this beautiful garden, Bay East Gardens, which boasts this magnificent view of Singapore’s skyline.

It’s a 2km waterfront promenade that sits facing the main garden, Gardens By The Bay. This garden sits a little further away from the city, and is not as crowded. I prefer this over the main garden because it is more scenic and there are fewer human distractions for Polar. You can even walk over to Marina Barrage, so it makes a very nice long walk. A note of caution though, there are many cyclists so please keep your dog leashed at all times. For now, I’ll let pictures do the talking. =) Pardon the long, and messy fur. We shot these before Polar’s grooming!

Starting point

 

All that greenery is a treat for the eys
Oh look Mummy! Fresh water! *drinks* (me: NOOOOO POLAR NOOOOOOO)
It wasn’t meant for drinking?
Feeling like a super model
Picture perfect shot 1
Picture perfect shot 2
Mummy and I
CHEESE!

We done yet?

Last one?


Daddy taking Mummy & me taking Singapore’s beautiful skyline

 

Time to go home

Here’s the map of where it is:

Hours & Admission

Bay East Garden is open 24 hours daily with no admission charges. The car park is open from 6:00 AM to 12:00 AM daily.  The entrance from Marina Barrage is open 24 hours daily.

Getting Here & Parking

By Car/Taxi Entry to Bay East is via Tanjong Rhu Road The entrance into the car park is on the right of Marina Bay Golf Course By Bus Take SBS Bus Service 158 to Bay East, which stops at a nearby bus stop along Rhu Cross By Foot From Bay South Garden, take a leisurely 5-minute walk across Marina Barrage.

If you know of any hidden gems in Singapore that’s scenic and a lovely walk to take your dog, let us know!

Until then, stay curious!

Source: http://www.gardensbythebay.com.sg/en/the-gardens/attractions/bay-east-garden.html

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