These beaches are artificial and cut off from the ocean by dykes, so you won't find too many waves! But what they do offer is the possibility to enjoy some sports, such as volleyball, football, cycling, skating and kayak.
The beaches are well kitted out, with toilets, showers, lockers and even wireless internet.
And to get from one beach to the next, you can use the free tram that goes along the coast.
This is the liveliest beach in Sinagpore, where you can find plenty of Volleyball nets and places to play sport. And on Siloso, you can even find a Café del Mar franchise, the famous Ibiza beach club.
Palawan is our favourite beach. It's not so full as Siloso, and it's home to great bars and souvenir shops.
This is also where you'll find the suspension bridge that takes you to the southernmost tip of the Asian continent.
If you're looking for peace and quiet, this is the beach for you. Tanjong can be found to the extreme east of the island, and not many people make it out that far.