Ranked 201 among Places to Visit in Singapore
Time Required: 1 - 2 hours
Away from the busy traffic and the blaring horns, from the soaring skyscrapers and the bustling highways, explore your way through the peaceful streets of Pulau Ubin at your own pace on a bicycle. Situated off the coast of north-eastern Singapore, Pulau Ubin, which means "Granite Island", is endowed with towering coconut trees which sway with the cool breeze, wonderful shorelines, and an abundance of flora and fauna. Explore the scenic beauty of this dense island, teeming with fascinating wildlife like monkeys, wild boars and Malayan water monitors, surrounded by bright and beautiful flowers while breathing in the fresh, unpolluted air.
The flourishing mangroves, the sprawling fruit plantations, and the surrounding tranquil beaches along with the quaint, laid-back atmosphere of the village encompassing Pulau Ubin add to the charm of the place and give it a unique, serene aura. The remnants of Singapore's last villages, popularly known as the kampongs, make you feel as if you have travelled back in time to the 1960s. With basic skills in riding bicycles, you can embark on a thrilling, four-hour long ride and finally have your fill of adventure. Set yourself free on this bicycle tour that takes you through all the unexplored and concealed dirt tracks and tarmac roads in this rural island. You can choose if you want to go on an unguided tour or a guided one.
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