A ferry ride and some time on this tiny Island is a very relaxing way to spend a Sunday afternoon. The only thing on the Island is 2 temples and a tortoise sanctuary. There are no shops so make sure you bring some drinks and snacks with you. There are also toilet facilities and outdoor showers to rinse off if you decide to go swimming.
The Island has wide paved paths suitable for wheel chairs and strollers. There is also an abundance of picnic tables and chairs, all of which have a view of the ocean and a refreshing sea breeze.
It seems to be a popular spot for fishing and there were also people swimming near the beaches.
Bring a book to read, or some sports gear to pass the time or simply sit back admire the Singapore skyline from a different perspective and watch the boats go by.
The ferry ride will cost you $18.00 per adult from the Marina south pier. Check the timetable as the ferries are infrequent and you will be spending at least 2 hours on the island when you disembark. Best way to get to the ferry terminal is by taxi, or if you are not in a hurry there is the number 402 bus. The ferry also stops at St Johns Island and your fare will allow you to spend some time on both Islands.
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