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Where To Go: 7 Local Islands That Are Too Beautiful To Miss

Want to see more of Singapore? If you thought your weekends and public holidays were restricted to shopping in Orchard Road or simply staying in for a movie night, think again! We all know Singapore is an island rich in culture, history, and fun things to do. But did you know that there are, in […]

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A Sisters’ Island Guide: What To Do & How To Get There

Located just off the south coast of Singapore are two hidden gems that not many know about or would think of visiting – Sisters’ Islands. Among the Southern Islands of Singapore – Lazarus Island, St. John’s Island and Kusu Island – the Sisters’ Islands are by far the most untouched. However, funnily enough, this secluded […]

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Weekend Getaway Trip: Where You Can Go On A Budget

We all love long weekends and public holidays. They offer a chance for us to recharge and unwind before another work week. Often, we find ourselves thinking, “what should I do this long weekend?” While staying home is an option, sometimes, getting fresh air and a change of scenery is what we truly need. The […]

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A Helpful Guide: How To Choose The Best Ferry Operator?

So, you have decided to plan an island getaway trip to the Southern Islands Of Singapore. Now that you have your research done, itinerary planned and essentials packed, all that is left to do is to book your tickets with a trusted ferry operator in Singapore. With a myriad of options out there in an […]

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3 Things You Must Do On Your Next Trip To Kusu Island

For those after a day immersed in history and culture, Kusu Island is a definitely worth a visit. Located approximately 5.6 kilometres off the coast of Singapore, this culture-rich destination is home to picturesque views, ancient relics, sacred temples, and live tortoises! There is no denying that the Southern Islands have abundant histories. But if […]

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4 Reasons Why You Should Take A Trip To The Southern Islands

For most people, when it comes to going on a trip, international travel is what comes to mind. After all, in a small country like Singapore, inter-state travels and domestic tourism are beyond us. This sunny little island, however, has more to offer than meets the eye. Did you know that Singapore is made up […]

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Planning An Island Getaway Trip: Everything You Need To Know

Are you looking for a quick passport-free island getaway trip to relax, unwind and spend time with your loved ones? Well, a trip to Singapore’s Southern Islands can do just that. Located just a short ferry trip away from the bustling city life is a weekend (or weekday!) of tranquillity and memories to last a […]

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4 Things To Do On Your Day Trip To St. John’s Island

When it comes to selecting an island getaway location, most people will gravitate towards Pulau Ubin’s meandering bicycle trails or Sentosa’s numerous attractions. However, just a short ferry trip away is St. John’s and Lazarus Islands, two of Singapore’s Southern Islands. We had already covered some of the fun things to do on Lazarus Island […]

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3 Top Reasons Why You Should Charter A Private Ferry

Picture this: you are spending the weekends island-hopping and have the whole ferry to yourself! While there are various public ferry services available, nothing could be better than chartering a private ferry to the Southern Islands of Singapore. If you are still not convinced, here are 3 reasons why chartering a ferry should be next […]

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The Ultimate Lazarus Island Guide: 3 Fun Things To Do

It is undeniable that Singapore’s Southern Islands have rich histories, including Lazarus Island. Also known as Pulau Sekijang Pelepah, the island is one of Singapore’s best-kept secrets. While the island has been growing increasingly popular over the years, especially with images of its pristine beaches going viral on social media, it is still far less […]