Best Waterfront Bars for Sports Activities

Harry’s @ East Coast Park
Like every other Harry’s outlet, this watering hole is perpetually packed. Its menus don’t differ significantly from that of other branches, so it’s a comfortable spot and the obvious choice of Harry’s fans everywhere. Bonus: You get to watch wakeboarders whizz around the lagoon while you drink, since it’s co-located with wakeboarding park SKI360°.

Mana Mana Beach Restaurant & Bar
Sporty types probably already know about this place, which has a range of surfing equipment, paddle-boards, kayaks and sailboats for rent, plus a beach volleyball court and training pool for divers. If you’re not into sea sports, though, be forewarned that food and drinks aren’t particularly outstanding, and service is spotty at best.

Wave House Sentosa
This 70,000 sq. ft. beach club attracts surfer types with its FlowRider and FlowBarrel rides which simulate real waves, as well as a host of other activities like skating, wakeboarding and kayaking. As you’d expect from a sports-centric establishment, patrons tend not to hang around drinking very much, and are much more likely found tucking into their hearty, self-styled Californian-Asian plates while watching all that flow action going on.