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Sembawang Park

A scenic and serene beachside park facing the Straits of Johor that links to our naval history.

Sembawang Park is located on the Northern Explorer Loop of the Park Connector Network.

  1. The Dog Run in Sembawang Park will be closed for maintenance works from 16th to 23rd July 2024 and will be unavailable for use. You may visit the nearest dog run located at Yishun Park instead. 


At the northern end of Sembawang Road

Park information

Park size
15 hectares
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Opening hours
Open 24 hours
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Parking information
  • Carpark A (along Sembawang Road): 88 car lots, 15 motorcycle lots, 1 lot for handicapped visitors and 2 dropoff points.
  • Carpark B (along Tuah Road): 90 car lots, 10 motorcycle lots, 2 lots for handicapped visitors and 2 dropoff points.

There are no parking fees.

Nearby stations
  • Canberra MRT station
  • Sembawang MRT station
Nearby park connectors
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Wheelchair accessible

Find out more about the dos and don'ts you should follow when visiting the park.

What to see

Special features

Sembawang beach
Sembawang beach

Come back at different times and see how the view varies from tide to tide at the only natural beach in the North that is open to the public.

Sembawang jetty
Sembawang jetty

This 30m jetty was built by the British in the early 1940s and then completed by the Japanese during their occupation of Singapore.

Plant and animals

Sea Teak
Sea Teak

An evergreen conifer native to Singapore, the sea teak in this park is a heritage tree located next to the Beaulieu House and may have existed since the 1910s.

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The Tembusu is one of Singapore’s most distinctive trees. This native of Singapore is a large, evergreen tree that grows up to 30m in height.

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Longan Tree
Longan Tree

The fruit of a longan tree is sought after for its juiciness and sweetness. This tree is the first Longan tree to be endorsed as a heritage tree.

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Sembawang Tree
Sembawang Tree

The Sembawang area is named after this tall tree species.

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What to do


Heritage appreciation

Heritage appreciation

Walk along the restored pathways used during the British occupation and visit the remains of Seletar Pier and other places of historical interest near the park.


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