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Half-Day Pulau Ubin Bike Tour from Singapore

From $111.82
  • Half-day bike tour of Pulau Ubin
  • Cycle through the wetlands at Chek Jawa Nature Reserve
  • Experience village life in Pulau Ubin Town
Half-Day Pulau Ubin Bike Tour from Singapore
From $111.82
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The morning tour is the perfect timing to catch the wildlife through your adventure on the island! Riding in the cool of the forest covers, you will feel fully refreshed with mother nature's offering!
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130pm Departure
The afternoon cycling tour showcases the beautiful island lazing through the cooling afternoon weather. Watch as the mangrove tide subsides and the mangrove creatures coming out of their nests!
From $111.82

Bicycle around Bukit Pakau and the Chek Jawa Nature Reserve on a 3.5-hour guided bike tour of Pulau Ubin. Experience untouched nature and be on the lookout for wildlife in the mangroves, then get a glimpse of Singapore’s past on a ride through the traditional 'kampong' (village). Depart in the morning or afternoon on a round-trip ferry from Singapore.

What to Expect
Meet your guide at the Changi Point Ferry Terminal in Singapore and depart by ferry to your Ubin Island destination. This half-day bike tour lets you get off the beaten track into a natural oasis that is unknown to many travelers. Those looking for a bit of adventure will enjoy the challenging, yet achievable, dirt tracks and hills with the unexpected around every turn.

If you set off in the morning, you're more likely to observe wildlife, from wild boars to forest monkeys, while riding under the cool forest canopy. An afternoon departure showcases the beautiful island lazing through cooling weather while the mangrove tide subsides and the creatures emerge from their nests.

Pulau Ubin offers a representation of what Singapore was like in the past. Step back in time and learn more about the old way of life during the kampong’ days, when nature played a larger part in daily life. Cycle to attractions such as the German Girl Shrine, Bukit Pakau, Chek Java Nature Reserve, and Pulau Ubin Town. Your guide knows the island inside out and shares fascinating stories along the way.

The half-day tour concludes with return ferry transport to your starting point.
Reviews (10)
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Reviewed February 19, 2018
A nice experience of Singaporeans' "outdoor" getaway

This little island is a pretty place to ride, with not too many steep parts, overall a nice stroll in the middle of the forest. Interesting to see how original Singaporeans (floating fishing "villages") lived. My guide was not only courteous and attentive to my...More

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank VPS-Vancouver
BikingSg, Manager at Biking Singapore, responded to this reviewResponded May 7, 2018

Yes, I agree that Pulau Ubin is really a gem in our country! We do our best to pay attention to all our guests needs and help them as much as possible to acclimatise to our weather and terrain. This way we can ensure that...More

Reviewed February 8, 2018 via mobile

Well worth doing ..Had a personal guide “Bear” on this particular quiet week day ..He was very personable and extremely informative..The biking is not to hard and the Island very pretty ..

Thank brad642
BikingSg, Manager at Biking Singapore, responded to this reviewResponded May 7, 2018

Thank you Brad, We did enjoy our time with you and the exchange of knowledge on both countries. We always believe that being personable is why our cycling experience leaves that extra personal touch with our guests!

Reviewed January 21, 2018
Something a little different to experience in Singapore

This was our third visit to Singapore and as we’ve done most of the usual touristy things we were looking for something a little different. We decided to do the half day Pulau Ubin bike tour and we’re really glad we did as it was...More

Date of experience: January 2018
Thank Lara F
BikingSg, Manager at Biking Singapore, responded to this reviewResponded May 7, 2018

Hi Lara, We really appreciate our guests who take time and share their experience with us. I'm glad that we have manage to hit all the spots on our service and gave you a memorable experience with our Pulau Ubin Cycling Experience. We ourselves are...More

Reviewed January 9, 2017
Get out of the city and do the Pulau Ubin cycling tour - it's great

Forget the coach tours and 'hop on-hop off' bus tours. You will see parts of Singapore rarely seen by the tourists if you book the Pulau Ubin cycling tour with Biking Singapore. We met our fabulous and professional guide, Bear, at the ferry terminal where...More

Date of experience: January 2017
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BikingSg, General Manager at Biking Singapore, responded to this reviewResponded January 12, 2017

Thank you for your detailed review and great photos Chelle! We are glad you enjoyed our tours and I must agree Ubin is definitely an island you must visit in Singapore. We are glad you enjoyed the tour with Bear and we look forward to...More

Reviewed January 19, 2015
City Night Tour and Pulau Ubin

I had two free days in Singapore and Tony arranged a custom cycling tour of the city at night with several food stops. The next day we did a full day tour of Pulau Ubin. Tony was a great guide and Biking Singapore provided excellent...More

Date of experience: January 2015
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BikingSg, Manager at Biking Singapore, responded to this reviewResponded January 21, 2015

Hi Darren, Thank you for your kind words! We are glad that you enjoyed our customised tours for you. I'll convey your words to our guide and we hope we made a memorable experience for your stay in Singapore.

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Keith L
August 6, 2018|
Response from VPS-Vancouver | Reviewed this property |
You can take a taxi or by bus (this last one might take you quite some time, taxi is better and in Singapore they are not expensive at all!).