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Pulau Ubin

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Pulau Ubin, Pulau Ubin 000701, Singapore
+65 6542 4108
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Singapore Bike Adventure around Pulau Ubin
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Overnight Pulau Ubin Mangrove Kayak Tour
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Pulau Ubin Mangrove Kayak Adventure from Singapore
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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 plantations and seaside ecosystems no longer found on the main island. Get there from Changi Point Ferry Terminal via a traditional bumboat for $2.50 a seat – captains will leave only when all seats are sold or if you pay the difference.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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Pulau Ubin, Pulau Ubin 000701, Singapore
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Reviewed 3 days ago

It's my kids first visit to this beautiful little island just 15-20min ferry ride from Singapore Changi Jetty. Ferry ride is $3 per person. It was a day visit on Singapore National Day, 9 August 2017. Since it's a short visit, we explored Chek Jawa...More

Thank juleskarz
Reviewed 6 days ago

I love Singapore and have been many times, but my first visit to Pulau Ubin was a real revelation. $3 each on the ferry then $8 each to hire a bike gave us 9 hours of eye-opening wonder. We saw otter, monitor lizards, monkeys, wild...More

Thank Globetrotter349
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pulau Ubin is a lovely little island just off the north east coast. If you have a free day to see what Singapore would have been like 50 years ago this would be a must do. You can ride a bike around the island in...More

Thank Dave W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It takes $3 per person to take the ferry to Pulau Ubin from Changi ferry terminal. The island offers an array of wildlife to see such as wild boars and monkeys that roam freely on the island. (They are safe, just do not try to...More

Thank merlberryy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I use a crutch so wasn't sure if this was right for me so I just went anyway and it was fine. Lots of hustle and bustle around the jetty as expected but when you get inland it's really gorgeous and peaceful. I highly recommend...More

Thank Tara K
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Bring water, hat and sunscreen (and insect repellent!). We rented a bike $8 for the whole day. The condition of most bikes are average and aren't the easiest to ride. You really need to pedal up and down the hills (and it is quite hilly)....More

Thank wanderlust_rambler
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Deep dive into nature and rural environment. Friendly people and great bikes selection. Enjoy the ride

Thank Martin L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Catch the mrt to Pasir Ris, walk a block to catch the 109 bus to Changi village, then make your way to the ferry. That's your gateway to explore Pulau Ubin. If your just walking, you'll head east toward the mangrove wetlands, but hire a...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you are outdoorsy, exploring types you will love riding round the island spotting cheeky monkeys, lizards and mudskippers. We had great fun working up a sweat

Thank Kristylee1
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

The island is fab but the journey there can be a nightmare. There are three separate ferry jetties several km apart. The one you want is Changi Village. Each traveller seems to have a different choice of which MTR stop and bus to use but...More

Thank infoexpertx
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Angela_McFeeters
3 April 2017|
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Response from Annie G | Reviewed this property |
hi Angela, yes you can but they arent 'cleaned' well in between hiring.......there are a few steep slopes and gravel paths so I would recommend a helmet. have fun there!
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Stubbs1956
23 December 2015|
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Response from Matthew C |
Its open all days of the year! New Year's Day might be slightly more crowded!
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Eganoser
4 August 2015|
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Response from Ashutosh1964 | Reviewed this property |
Just after you get off the boat, there are quite a few places. You can not miss it.
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