Singapore Island Cruise
&
Ferry Services

Singapore Island Cruise
&
Ferry Services

Ferry Schedule

Ferry Fare

St. John’s/Kusu Island:

Sisters’ Island:

Adult S$15 | Child S$12 (Age 4 to 12)

Adult S$17 | Child S$12 (Age 4 to 12)

          St. John/Kusu Island:   Adult S$15 | Child S$12 (Age 1 to 12)

          Sister’s Island:                Adult S$17 | Child S$12 (Age 1 to 12)

*Click to expand the timings for Ferry Schedule

Additional & Important Information:
 
  • Tickets sold are non-refundable.
  • You are advised not to come after 3pm on weekends.
  • One ticket is valid for a two way trip to both islands without any extra charges in between.
  • Due to overwhelming response on weekends and public holidays, boarding of ferries will be based on a first come first serve basis.
  • Please come 25 minutes before ferry departure times and board the ferry once you have collected your tickets.
  • 3pm and 5pm ferries from St John’s island will bring you directly back to Marina South Pier on weekdays only.
  • Ferry will bring you from Marina South Pier to St John’s Island and then to Kusu Island before returning to Marina South Pier. Ferry does not go back to St John’s from Kusu Island.
  • It is strongly recommended that ferry tickets be bought in advanced, online to secure your seats.
  • Please bring along your own food and drinks to the island as there are no shops or restaurants on the islands.
  • You may choose to hop on to the ferry based on whatever timing is available on the day of your trip.
  • Parking lots are limited at Marina South Pier and you are advised to take public transport.
  • Sisters’ Island is currently closed for maintenance.
  • Subject to availability, extra ferries might be arranged outside of the scheduled timings.
    Passengers are advised to wait for the next available ferry which we will try to arrange in the quickest possible time.

We hope for your kind understanding and thank you for your patience.

Places of Interest

Kusu Island

Kusu Island is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore, located about 5.6 kilometres to the south of the main island of Singapore.  The name Kusu means “Tortoise” or “Turtle” in Chinese;  The island is also known as Peak Island or Pulau Tembakul in Malay. 

From two tiny outcrops on a reef, this island was enlarged and transformed into  an island holiday resort of 85,000 square metres today.

1

St. John’s Island

Saint John’s Island, previously known as Pulau Sakijang Bendera, is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore. It is located approximately 6.5 km to the south of the main island of Singapore.

2

Lazarus Island

Lazarus Island, also known as Pulau Sekijang Pelepah is part of Singapore’s cluster of Southern Islands and is connected to St John’s island through a causeway.

3

Sisters Island

Sisters’ Islands are two of the Southern Islands in Singapore and are located to the south of the main island of Singapore, off the Straits of Singapore. Big Sister’s Island, about 39,000 square metres (9.6 acres) in area and also known as Pulau Subar Laut in Malay, faces the open sea.

Little Sister’s Island, about 17,000 m2 (4.2 acres) in area and also known as Pulau Subar Darat, faces the mainland. The two islands are separated by a narrow channel. Currents through this channel can be very dangerous to swimmers and divers.

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Singapore Maritime Gallery

Tour the Singapore Maritime Gallery at Marina South Pier level 2 for at least 30 minutes to redeem a souvenir after your visit.

  • One souvenir per ferry ticket.
  • The souvenir is given on a first-come-first-serve basis. While stocks last.
  • The Singapore Maritime Gallery is open from Tuesdays to Sundays 9am to 6pm, and on all public holidays.
  • Admission is free. Visitors must adhere to the safe management measures.
  • For more information on the Gallery, visit https://go.gov.sg/singapore-maritime-gallery