One of the last truly rural areas left in Singapore, this island used to be the center of granite quarries in Singapore until they closed down in the 1970s. Now, it is a special place for local citizens and visitors alike to view the exotic birdlife, particularly the endangered hornbills and to enjoy the many small restaurants. Even though it's a place of small, quiet villages, getting to Pulau Ubin is only an inexpensive ride by bumboat from the Changi Point ferry terminal. Once you reach the island, you can rent a bicycle to tour the island on the paved paths that lace the area.
Clean, comfortable and inexpensive; this food street is covered by a high glass ceiling with fans,... Read more