Wei Tuo Fa Gong Temple
Sitting on small hillock overlooking a pond filled with carp and turtles, this 80-year-old temple contains a number of shrines...
This adventure group offers kayaking and bike tours around the island. Running two different kayak adventures, a beginners 2-hour paddle...
Turn right at as you come off the jetty, continue past the police station and you'll come to the Sensory Trail. Learn about the crops...
Chew Teck Song
Hidden behind all the sun umbrellas, you'll find this small store selling cold drinks, and most importantly ice-cold fresh coconuts...
Sim Lam Huat
Run by two sisters, this eating house is one of the cheaper options on the island. Choose from noodle, seafood and vegetable dishes all...
Pulau Ubin information
A 10-minute bumboat ride (motorised sampan) from Changi Point Ferry Terminal at Changi Village lands you on the shores of Pulau Ubin. Singaporeans like to wax nostalgic about Ubin’s kampung (village) atmosphere, and a small resort aside, it has thus far resisted the lure of cashed-up developers. It remains a rural, unkempt expanse of jungle. Tin-roofed buildings bake in the sun, chickens squawk and panting dogs slump in the dust. The best way to get around is by bike (rental per day S$6 to S$12).
Trundle off on your bike and see where the road takes you. For those keen on scraping their knees, there’s Ketam Mountain Bike Park , with over a dozen trails of varying difficulty. You can also take a trip to the Chek Jawa Wetlands in the island’s east. A 1km coastal boardwalk takes you out to sea and loops back through the mangrove swamp and the 20m-high Jejawi Tower offers stunning views of the area.There are several places to eat near the ferry terminal – complete your island adventure with some chilli crab and Tiger beer as the Bee Gees wail shamelessly from the stereo.