Beach clubs are one of the best places to relax if you’re looking for a momentary escape from the hustle and bustle of city life – and Singapore has its fair share of great ones.
Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly hangout spot, a place with live music, or simply want to get your hands on yummy nosh, check out these best beach clubs in Singapore:
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At Rumours Beach Club, you can rest assured that there’s something for everyone – dad, mom, children, and pets included. Yup, your furry pals are welcome at certain areas such as the beach loungers, picnic tables, daybeds, and private pool areas. It’s also the only beach club in Singapore to have 3 swimming pools.
Jimbaran-style grilled squid marinated with Balinese spices.
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Their menu offers an array of authentic Balinese dishes such as Cumi Bakar ($38.80), Tiram Bakar ($44.80), and Lobster Bakar ($68.80). In true Balinese fashion, these have some heat to it. But not to worry if you can’t take spicy food – you can opt for it to be non-spicy, so adventurous kiddos can try Balinese cuisine too.
Whether you’re a beer, tequila, or whisky kinda person, you won’t run out of options here, as the drinks menu is pretty extensive. If you’re feeling experimental, grab a La Pasion de Pina ($20.80) or Wake Up Frankie ($20.80) from the Signature Cocktails menu. You might need this liquid courage to dance to the beat from the live DJs that play from Fridays to Sundays.
Minimum spend: From $100 on weekdays | $250 on weekends
Address: 40 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098996
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 11am-9pm | Fri-Sat 10am-10pm | Sun 10am-9pm
Contact: 9776 9190 | email@example.com | Rumours Beach Club website
FOC Sentosa has picnic tables and daybeds on the beach for guests to chill and enjoy. What’s even better is that these 2 sections are pet-friendly as well – so you don’t have to leave your fur babies out of the fun.
If you’re looking to cool off from the hot sun, FOC Sentosa has a pool deck as well. Lounge chairs are available for those who just want to chill by the pool or for parents who want to keep an eye on their kids.
Cute doggo chilling.
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Besides drinks and good vibes, FOC Sentosa is also known for its Catalan-inspired cuisine by Michelin-starred Chef Nandu Jubany. Highlights on the menu include the squid ink paella ($50 for 2 pax) and fish and chips ($22).
Minimum spend: From $200 on weekdays | $600 on weekends, PH and eve of PH
Address: 110 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098943
Opening hours: Wed-Sun 11.30am-10pm (Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays)
Contact: 6100 1102 | firstname.lastname@example.org | FOC Sentosa website
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It takes about 15 hours to fly to Hawaii non-stop; 17 hours if there’s a stopover. Ola Beach Club, on the other hand, is 10 minutes away from the nearest MRT station and has similar Tiki vibes. Refuel your energy with Hawaii-inspired dishes such as poke bowls (from $22), loco moco ($20), and Hawaiian Kebabs ($25).
Pair your meals with Ola signature cocktails that include Hala Lei ($20), a tropical concoction made up of gin, pineapple juice, and chamomile tea, as well as Ola Huli Pau ($18), a mix of rum, Pavan liqueur, watermelon, mint, and a secret ingredient, so they say.
While you’re here, be sure to try out the water sports available. Go on a wild ride on the banana boat (from $25) or try out stand-up paddle boarding ($35) that will put your sense of balance to the test. There’s even kayaking (from $25) for you to explore the waters around Sentosa.
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Minimum spend: $30/adult from Mon-Thu | $50/adult from Fri-Sun & PH
Book water activities at Ola Beach Club.
Address: 46 Siloso Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 099005
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 10am-9pm | Fri 10am-10pm | Sat & PH 9am-10pm | Sun 9am-9pm
Contact: 8028 3228 | Ola Beach Club website
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When we think of beach clubs in Singapore, Tanjong Beach Club is one of the first few that pops to mind. After all, it’s been a mainstay of Sentosa’s beach scene since 2010. Regulars will know there’s an infinity pool to swim in and daybeds to lounge on. Bring your furry friends too, ‘cos the place is pet-friendly.
As the sun sets, DJs spin a mix of house and EDM that’ll get you up and dancing all night. Refer to the Tanjong Beach Club website to know which DJs will be setting the mood.
If you’re coming with a group of friends, Tanjong Beach Club’s got you covered with their drink packages from $350. The most basic one, Party Cheers, comes with 10 bottles of beer, and a bottle of spirit.
In terms of food, they have sharing options such as duo of dips ($22), a bread basket served with sweet potato hummus and baba ganoush, and crispy calamari ($21). There are brunch offerings as well, such as smoked salmon toasted brioche ($28) and acai bowl ($21).
Dining & Picnic Table: None
Pool lounge, poolside daybeds, beach daybeds: $100-$400/pool lounge
Address: 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Singapore 098942
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 10am-8pm | Sat-Sun & PH 10am-9pm
Contact: 9750 5323 | Tanjong Beach Club website
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Beach clubs might have a rep for being adults-only but the whole fam is invited to Coastes for good grub, drinks, and direct access to the beach. Come early to snag a daybed, or park yourself at one of the restaurant’s tables – they’re right on the beach, so you can take a dip into the sea whenever you want to.
Come early so you can chope a good spot in the sun. You’ll at least be rewarded with their brekkie offerings that include fluffy pancakes or classic crispy golden waffles (from $10) and smoked salmon & avocado with poached eggs ($18). For brunch, you’ll find heavier meals such as fish & chips ($22), and spaghetti carbonara ($25).
Even with the kids around, you can still get turnt up with their selection of cocktails (from $17) and draught beer on tap ($14/pint).
Minimum spend: $30/double sunbed, includes 2 glasses of Coastes iced tea
Address: 50 Siloso Beach Walk, #01-06, 099000
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 9am-9.30pm | Fri-Sat 9am-10.30pm | Sun 9am-9.30pm
Contact: email@example.com | Coastes website
Sand Bar puts the club in beach club with their live DJs that spin beats and throw down tunes when the sun sets on weekends. Feel free to walk-in with your gang or drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to reserve a table or cabana. Now you can you let your hair down and unleash your inner party animal.
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Once you’re in though, get ready to party. Sand Bar has a minimum charge of $30/pax so expect to go bottoms up on drinks like beers (from $12/bottle) and cocktails (from $15). Or, shake things up a with shooters that go for $40 for 6 shots.
If you’re feeling peckish, there are light snacks such as chicken tikka skewers ($18) and margherita pizzas ($20).
Minimum spend: $30/adult
Address: 52-54 Siloso Beach Walk Singapore 099012
Opening hours: Fri 3pm-10.30pm | Sat 3pm-1pm | Sun & PH 3pm-9.30pm (Closed from Mondays to Thursdays)
Contact: email@example.com | Sand Bar website
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Beach clubs aren’t just limited to Sentosa; Aloha Beach Bar & Cafe is a hidden gem at East Coast Park. While windsurfers might already be familiar with this quiet haunt thanks to Aloha Sea Sports being located here, not many might know that the public can also drop by for a bite and a cold beer or 2.
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The menu here is fuss-free – pretty much anything that would satisfy someone who just tackled some sick winds out on the surf. Think finger food like truffle fries ($10), buffalo wings ($7.50), and pizzas ($18), and an array of bottled beers from $33/bucket of 5.
Minimum spend: No minimum spend for walk-ins, contact Aloha Beach Bar for group booking enquiries.
Address: 1212 East Coast Parkway, Singapore 449886, Area E Carpark E2
Opening hours: Tue-Thu 1pm-9pm | Fri & Eve of PH 12pm-10pm | Sat-Sun & PH 9am-10pm
Contact: 6241 9212 | Aloha Beach Bar website
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Tucked away in Changi, Stella Seaside Lounge is perfect for those looking for a peaceful and less crowded alternative. This is more of a seaside restaurant than a typical beach club tbh, but it’s a great option for those who just want to catch a picturesque view of the open coast while having a meal and drink.
Visitors can relax on sofas available at the outdoor deck or opt for indoor dining if they prefer. There’s also a pet zone for pet owners who want to bring their furry friends along.
Stella Seaside Lounge’s food menu is filled with sharing options – think lemongrass wings ($16), butter garlic prawns ($22), or truffle fries ($14). Those who can’t live without their daily dose of protein can also have a go at their grills, such as the whole roasted chicken ($48) or USDA Ribeye ($72).
Don’t forget to check out their “Everyday is Sunday” menu too, which has special discounts and promotions on different days of the week – from Lobster Mondays, where you’ll get to savour 2 pieces of Live Whole Boston Lobster for $85 to seasonal live oysters ($25/half a dozen) on Oyster Wednesdays.
Minimum spend: None – unless you’re coming in a group of 11 then it’s $68/adult and $38/child.
Address: 11 Changi Coast Walk, Singapore 499740
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 4pm-10pm | Sat-Sun & PH 12am-10pm
Contact: 6214 9168 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Stella Seaside Lounge website
Beach clubs are no doubt the place to go for a chillaxing day being out in the sun with plenty of good food and booze. But before you pack your bikinis, trunks, and sunscreen, we gathered some insider tips from an ex-employee of a beach club that’ll help you make the most of your day.
As you’re likely to be tempted to frolic in the water, a good rule of thumb is to bring your own towel. Most beach clubs charge a rental fee of $5-$8.
Likewise, most beach clubs in Singapore have in-house restrooms and rinse-off areas. But maybe hold off plans to continue your day out and about as shower facilities might not be included – unless you don’t mind a little residual saltwater, of course.
Lastly, while many of these places are pet-friendly, it’s always best to check with the establishment whether your furkid is allowed and if they need to be leashed.
From Sentosa to Changi Beach, there are plenty of beach clubs in Singapore for you to pick and choose from. You don’t necessarily have to go on a long vacay or staycay to relax. The cool sea breeze, delicious food, live music, and super chill vibes are sometimes all we really need to recharge ourselves from our hectic lives, even if just for a few hours.
Beach clubs also make great alternatives to restaurants or cafes if you’re looking for a place to hang out with your friends. We recommend making a reservation before you head down – but do keep in mind the minimum spend at each spot.
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Cover image adapted from: Rumours Beach Club, Tanjong Beach Club, Klook
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