Been going to Chek Jawa since being shared by Joseph Lai to public close to 2 decades. She never fails to amaze my family and friends. Depend the time of day, the creatures you see varies. If you are keen to go to the sand...More
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Be sure to Check the tides on their website, weather and be prepared. Umbrella, cap, water, bug repellent, boots. We hired a van at $12 one-way to Chek Jawa in good time and was delighted to see the tide was still low. If you are...More
Nature lovers will definitely enjoy the walk on the boardwalk immersing yourself in the tranquility of the surroundings.
Best to go to the wetlands at low tide .Hire a bike and ride all over the island .Check prices at the various bike hirers as they vary a lot - we paid 8 SD for the day . Boardwalk and observation tower are great...More
Always wanted to visit this place and finally went on a week day morning. Should have checked the tides times because it was high tides when we were there so there was not much to see except the sea. Broad walks were nice and suit...More
Getting There :- its around 3.5 kms from the main village of Pualu Ubin. Turn Left & immediate right after the shrine in the main village, you would come across picturesque lakes, new home in the woods offering drinks, and follow the signs. What to...More
This place is located on Pulau Ubin island. You will find all tiny/small wild creatures. A place where you can watch forest lizards, snakes, forest squirrels, mud crabs etc.. You can walk through the lanes which are laid specifically for public convenience and have a...More