About Pulau Ubin

Encounter the Beauty of Pulau Ubin

A beautiful island just off the north eastern end of Singapore, Pulau Ubin is just a 10 minute ferry ride by friendly boatmen at Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Tranquil and rustic, it is now the only place where you can still see and experience village living reminiscent of Singapore in the 1960s!

Also known as “Granite Island”, Pulau Ubin used to supply granite to the local construction industry. Today, these granite hills and quarries provide a scenic view against a backdrop of lush green and clear blue skies.

Pulau Ubin is also home to a few large mangroves, a unique and beautiful feature of this island. The mangroves provide the foundation and support for a community of animals and plants that survive around them.

Our activities are specially designed to give our participants a personal encounter with this idyllic destination unknown to many!

Getting to Pulau Ubin Island

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We are located at No.34, which is a short walk from the jetty. Upon crossing the boardwalk from the jetty, take a left and walk on until you see a white house (on your right).

What to See at Pulau Ubin

You can expect to see a variety of species of birds, reptiles, fishes and mammals. Common bird species include the Kingfisher, Egret, Heron, Hornbill, and Sea Eagle, which can be easily spotted. Wild boars and water monitors are sometimes also spotted along the mangroves. If you keep really still, you will notice the mudskippers perched on the mangrove roots. For the very lucky ones, you might even spot smooth otters. However, they are very shy animals and sightings of the smooth otters are rare and few in between. You will also be introduced to a variety of plant species, including the mangroves themselves.

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