Pulau Ubin, Singapore

Pulau Ubin is an island northeast of mainland Singapore, considered the last “kampung” (village) in Singapore and can be reached by 15 minutes bumboat ride.

Pulau Ubin is a wonderful day trip spent walking or pedalling through rustic roads under swaying coconut palms, checking out isolated beaches and flourishing mangroves.

It is a really paradise for nature lovers like us, with lush greenery and abundant wildlife.

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PopsicleSociety-Pulau Ubin
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PopsicleSociety-Pulau Ubin
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PopsicleSociety-Pulau Ubin
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PopsicleSociety-Pulau Ubin
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PopsicleSociety-Pulau Ubin
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