Sembawang Park is a tranquil park with distinct blue dice design, situated in the north of Singapore facing Johore straits. Sembawang area is named after the Sembawang Tree (Mesua ferruginea), which can be found at the car park C1. Nature blends in with history and heritage of this calm and serene park, away from the bustle of the city. The park boasts a beautiful beach side, which is a popular fishing ground and one of the few remaining natural beaches of Singapore. The park has interesting links to the naval history of Singapore; the Beaulieu House, the Sembawang jetty and the remains of the 1920s Seletar Pier still stand in the park, reflecting the past. The walkways inside the park are restored old pathways used during British occupation. The Sembawang Shipyard to the west of the park was a British Naval Base from 1938 to 1968. The park is also surrounded by other places of historical interest like the Admiralty House, Kampong Wak Hassan, Masjid Petempatan Melayu Sembawang and Sembawang memorial.
People are drawn to the park on weekdays for jogging and taking a stroll. In the weekends, families and friends get together for barbequing, fishing and swimming, bringing a festive ambience to the seaside of Sembawang Park.
Barbecue pits, Fitness corner/ stations & fitness equipment/ exercise station, Foot reflexology footpath, Restroom / Toilets with outdoor shower facilities.