Pulau Ubin is a nature park with its thatched house roofs, dirt paths, orchards and wild life.
Remember the good old days when Pulau Ubin used to serve as a place for schools to use as training ground for leadership activities?
Well, thrash that memory! We're not encouraging you to start any leadership games of your own! Instead, look at it as a place to relax and enjoy a place that doesn't need a passport to get you over there!Pulau Ubin is a nature park with its thatched house roofs, dirt paths, orchards and wild life. It is situated in the northeastern tip of Singapore and is good place to just enjoy relaxed and refreshing strolls. Other interesting attractions are the granite quarries, rubber and coconut plantations, mangrove swamps and fish farming. Pulau Ubin is the last village (known as 'kampong' in local language) in Singapore. This village preserves the essence of the ancient style of living of people in Singapore and depicts a true picture of the same. Expressing the ultimate bliss, the place is calm and serene, revealing the need to live a lifestyle very down to earth. Situated in the northeastern coast of Singapore, the is an offshore island, developed into a nature park. The place is regarded as among the best destinations for holidays and honeymoon. Getting there: You can take the MRT to the Tampines Station and then take SBS bus 29 to Changi Village Bus Interchange. After that you have to travel for about 10 minutes by boat from the Changi Point jetty at a nominal cost of SGD 2.50. Opening hours: 6.00 am to 11.00 pm. Address Pulau Ubin Island Telephone 1800 471 7300 [iframe http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Pulau+Ubin+Island&sll=1.310121,103.839575&sspn=0.009396,0.013797&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Pulau+Ubin,+Singapore&z=13&ll=1.407866,103.96371&output=embed 425 350] View Larger Map For the complete list of Family oriented places you can visit in Singapore, click here!