Explore Singapore - Naturally Pulau Ubin (SINEX2)
Singapore day tour
Attractive highlights :
    • Pulau Ubin with lunch
    • Fort Canning Park
    • Thian Hock Keng temple


[ 07:45 ]  We will be greeted by private tour guide at Chinatown Point Lobby.

[ 08:00 ]  Depart to Changi Point Ferry Terminal, take bumboat ride to Pulau Ubin for a 10-minute. 

[ 09:15 ]  Hop on a local van and proceed to Chek Jawa Wetlands located at the eastern part of the island. This ecosystem is a confluence of six distinct habitats, including coastal forests, rocky beaches and a mangrove swamp. On arrival, first we visit House No 1, a visitor centre built in the 1930s and restored to its present Tudor style finest in 2003. Thereafter, we shall proceed to explore the two routes to see the whole wetland, the Coastal Loop (600m) and Mangrove Loop (500m) broad walks with lookout platforms and shelters. Learn about the rich biodiversity through the educational panels and directional signs installed along the boardwalk. Look out for fiddler crabs, red jungle fowls and mudskippers, among many other wondrous creatures as you walk on the broad walks.

[ 11:30 ]  Lunch at the local restaurant.

[ 13:00 ]  visit Pulau Ubin Fo Shan Ting Da Bo Gong Temple, it was founded around 1869. It is one of the three temples in Singapore. Fo Shan Ting was originally located on a granite hill, and was later moved to the area near the jetty of Pulau Ubin. The Temple will celebrates Tua Pek Kong Birthday around the Vesak Day period every year, and a series of activities will bring devotees to this quiet island, including Taoist rituals, Teochew opera and Getai.

[ 14:30 ]  Transfer by bumboat back to Changi Point Ferry Terminal. Proceed to Fort Canning Park.

[ 15:30 ]  Fort Canning Park an iconic hilltop landmark has witnessed many of Singapore’s historical milestones. The hill once sited the palaces of 14th century Kings and served as the Headquarters of the Far East Command Centre and British Army Barracks. The decision to surrender Singapore to the Japanese on 15 February 1942 was also made on the hill, in the Underground Far East Command Centre, commonly known as Battle Box. Today, Fort Canning Park features nine historical gardens - the Pancur Larangan, Artisan’s Garden, Sang Nila Utama Garden, Jubilee Park, Raffles Garden, First Botanic Garden, Farquhar Garden, Spice Garden and Armenian Street Park.

[ 17:00 ]   Head back to the Chinatown Point and end tour. Thank you for choosing CTC Travel



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