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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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The island is nice to visit, if you like to escape from the city life in singapore. There is the possbility to rent bikes and bike some of the mountain bike trails. But I would recommend to bring your own bike and helmet, as the...More
This place certainly brings back the nostalgia back in 60/70s.
I parked my car at Changi Village coursell parking (which charges HDB rates), had breakfast before taking a bum boat at $3 per pax to the island. Do nite boat only move when there is...More
We hired bikes on the island. There were a little tired and warn. So we opted for the fat boy bikes which were a little more comfortable. To the West of the island there is a refurbished mansion which is well worth a visit. The...More
Another visit to Pulau Ubin with the kids in tow, this time for scooting. $3 each way per person on the boats from Changi Village Ferry Terminal, no discount for kids. Still good value and fun for the kids to see some wildlife. This time...More
Easy to get to from the Changi Point Ferry Terminal and a short ride on an old fashioned bum boat, Pulau Ubin is very accessible, we go in December and the island is full of ripe durians. It is a lovely place to visit, the...More
Visited for a day. You need to take a ferry from near Changi Beach Park, and the ferries leave whenever there are 12 people. So go early and wait. The ferry ride costs SGD3 (one way) and takes about 15 minutes.
The island is pretty...More
I have been there with couchsurfing friends and it was adventurous. The moment we landed on this island, there were couple of stores where you can hire the bikes and it cost 10 Singaporen dollars for the day.
The view and the ride was all...More
It would have been helpful to have an indication for travel from the city. Public transport (train, bus) 2hrs from down town Singapore & taxi 45minutes for people to turn up on time. Also the number bus you get (No 2).
Enjoyed our rustic kayaking...More
Without doubt, this has to be in your top 3 places to cover in Singapore. The houses are precious historical remains of Singapore many decades back. Came here in the 1980s... and the place was etched in my memory since. As you walk or cycle...More
Easy to get to from Singapore by short boat ride. We hired bikes as most people do but take your time to find a decent bike. On ours the gears worked but only just and there are quite a few hills to negotiate. Don’t just...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