Although there is already so much to do in Singapore, the country is actually home to over 60 outlying islands. While some are used for industrial or military purposes, a few offer a retreat from the concrete jungle of the main island. These islands are popular with families and tourists who are in the know, so head over to Singapore's smaller offshore islands for a day of fun as you trek through the islands and admire their untouched beauty.Although there is already so much to do in Singapore, the country is actually home to over 60 outlying islands.
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Visit Pulau Ubin to experience Singapore's last 'kampung' (village) and engage in leisurely activities like cycling or spot some of the more exotic marine wildlife in Chek Jawa.
St John's Island
Take a day trip to the St John's, Singapore's smaller islands for leisure activities such as swimming, trekking, barbeque or picnic, while learning about its unique history.
The tortoise-shaped Kusu Island is an island shrouded in mythical legends, gorgeous reefs, diverse range of marine wildlife and tortoises both big and small.
Indulge in a spot of diving, swimming or snorkelling at the mythically-fascinating Sisters' Island, a site made up of two small islands sitting side by side.