Sembawang Park is a seaside park located at Sembawang Road End. It faces the Johor Straits, with a view of Kampung Teluk Jawa, Masai, Johor. Sembawang Park is an open location with a playground, fishing jetty, and beach, with dining options at Beaulieu House. Sembawang Park can easily be accessed directly by Tower Transit Bus Service 882.
Sembawang Road End is a rare end-of-the-road in Singapore with a roundabout, also functioning as a junction to Kampong Wak Hassan.
From the road end, you have a view of the opposing Kampung Teluk Jawa, Masai, Johor across the Johor Straits.
Sembawang Park Beach
There is a small beach at Sembawang Park, though water isn’t clean with the various shipyards around in Singapore and Malaysia.
Sembawang Park Fishing Pier
Walking from Sembawang Road End past the beach, there is a fishing pier in Sembawang Park just before the end of the park.
The Sembawang Park Fishing Pier offers a view of the adjacent Sembawang Shipyard.
Looking back at Sembawang Park Beach.
Behind the Sembawang Park Fishing Pier, there is a set of stairs leading up to Beaulieu House.
Beaulieu House was built in the 1910s and was the holiday residence of Joseph Brooke David. It was later occupied by British senior naval officers from Sembawang Naval Base.
An information sign is available outside Beaulieu House.
Beaulieu House is part of the “From Dockyard to Shipyard” Sembawang Heritage Trail.
The rest of the open spaces in Sembawang Park look like a typical park found in Singapore.
With Safe Management Measures (SMM) in place, most seating facilities in the park like pavilions and barbeque pits are closed off with orange safety nets.