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The island to the northeast of Singapore is the only place to see an example of the traditional kampong villages that once covered the city-state. It’s a go-to spot for cyclists and hikers with miles of nature trails that weave through old rubber...more
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Taxi ride was about S$25 from Sentosa to the Changi point ferry terminal (25 min)
A short bumboat ride $3 each way. How the boat operators count the passengers is really odd so you might not get going straight away but you will after 5-20...More
Pulau Ubin have since been redeveloped and is more accessible, you can rent a bicycle for the whole day for just $15! And if you are hungry or want to look for places to rest, the food stalls are opened quite early.
Pulau Ubin is just a 10 minute ferry ride from Singapore but miles away from the urban bustle. Steps away from the dock it is possible to rent a bike and head off into the lush vegetation. Helpful signs along the way describe the exotic...More
The island is a great place to go for a hike and see the majestic Hornbills. May want to pack a picnic and make sure you have a phone that works as if you need an island taxi,you will to call for it.
It was a great fun to enjoy a leisurely walk around the island. We took our lunch and negotiated with a taxi operator who took us to Chek Jawa wetland. We visited some historical sites, We saw some wild boar looking for food around the...More
We stayed at the Village Hotel in the Changi Village as it was close to bum boat pier (so cheap) to the island. of Pulau Ubin. This was most interesting and we enjoyed the walk through the village which was as if you were walking...More
First and foremost; visit Pulau Ubin on a weekday. You'll have the island virtually to yourself. Weekends are a crowd scene!
Secondly, time your visit to Chek Jawa for low tide so that you can watch the marine critters scurrying about in 10cm of water...More
Visited the island on a Sunday morning for a bike tour;access is via bum boat (3$ each) from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. The island has been preserved as it was from the 1950's so it provides quiet the contrast to uber-modern SIngapore. Still mostly jungle,...More
A 15 min bumboat ride away from Changi village (under $5 cash) is a lovely way to see tropical wildlife, fauna and flora. The mountain bikes for rent are ok but do the job to get you to the areas of interest. Low tide will...More
We booked a tour, boat plus bike hire, and we really enjoyed our experience.
A 10mn cruise from Changi terminal to the island in a very old boat. The adventure starts there...
Arrival at the local jetty, 100 meters to walk to the sheds and...More
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It is very easy... Just take a train Mrt to the east pair ris station n take a bus from the interchange. Need to check with station master to check what bus service goes to change village. Alternatively u can Grab or take a... More
It is very easy... Just take a train Mrt to the east pair ris station n take a bus from the interchange. Need to check with station master to check what bus service goes to change village. Alternatively u can Grab or take a taxi. Cost should be about $10-15
Once reached change village, the ferry terminal is just next to the car park