Pulau Ubin Tour

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Pulau Ubin has been popular with Singaporean visitors for recreational activities such as summer camps and outdoor activities although the island attr...

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Pulau Ubin has been popular with Singaporean visitors for recreational activities such as summer camps and outdoor activities although the island attracted attention for development and planning only in recent years. With growing attention and interest in nature, visitors to Pulau Ubin has increased over the years. Pulau Ubin Recreation Area, which included Chek Jawa, was created to cater to local tourism. The site is about 700 hectares within the 1020-hectare Pulau Ubin.

Amongst the various popular attractions on the island is Chek Jawa, a previous coral reef 5000 years ago, Chek Jawa can be said to be virtually unspoilt. The wetlands are unique as several ecosystems can be observed in one area and supports a variety of marine wildlife comparable to other islands, such as sea hares, sea squirts, octopuses, starfishes, sand dollars, fishes, sponges, cuttlefishes and nudibranches.

Be transported back in time to 1960s Singapore as you embark on a trip to Pulau Ubin. Shaped like a boomerang, this 1,020-hectare island is home to Singapore’s last village or kampongs, as well as the Chek Jawa Wetlands, one of Singapore’s richest ecosystems.

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The ride takes 10-14 minutes and costs $4 per person ($2 extra if you are bringing your bicycle) each way. There are no scheduled departure time to and from as bumboats set off only when there are 9 to 12 passengers. Please confirm the fare with the bumboat operator.
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