Beach lovers are a growing community and more and more travellers are pushing towards beach destinations. They are enticed by the azure water and the lush green trees are a source of rejuvenation for them. But with the growing numbers of beach lovers, the obvious destinations are more crowded than ever before. Seeking a new beach destination in Asia? Well, you won’t believe the allure of Singapore’s beaches unless you witness their alluring beauty first-hand. Beaches in Singapore manage to create an ideal balance between vibrancy and solitude. On one hand, you will find the mesmerising happening beaches where the party never stops and if you are one of those travellers who seek solitude and tranquillity, the less crowded beaches in Singapore are an ideal spot to interact with your inner self. Each one of us travels to the beach for different purposes and not many beach destinations can claim to cater to every traveller’s need but Singapore is not one of them. Whatever you expect and need, you will find them at the bewitching beaches of Singapore. Some of the most popular Singapore beaches are Palawan Beach, Siloso Beach and Tanjong Beach. The actual list is very long but if you are in Singapore you have got to explore these must-visit beaches in Singapore. Whatever may be your reason for visiting Singapore, beaches of Singapore would definitely make a place in your to-do things in Singapore and it would be worth exploring these gems of Singapore.

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