Learn about the heritage of the area and its people, and pick up a thing or two about nature. Spot a range of wildlife and enjoy the tranquility of the mangroves. Kayak Singapore's naturally fascinating waters with the company of passionate, good-humored guides, some of whom are Ubin natives with an intimate knowledge of the locale. Learn about the heritage of Palau Ubin as you paddle in pairs, enter the mangroves and glimpse kingfishers, eagles, hornbills, and herons. You might also be lucky to sight an otter family or pink dolphin pod! Alternatively, an 8.27km journey through to the middle of the island will bestow you with scenic views of wetlands and waterways. The area is a beautiful corner of Singaporean wilderness that's rarely seen due to its relative inaccessibility, thus making this a true one-of-a-kind experience for the curious and adventurous.
What is included in the tour
- Experienced and licensed kayaking guides
- All necessary equipment: kayaks, paddles, and lifejackets
- Personal Accident Insurance (You will be asked to provide personal information at check out)
What is NOT included in the tour
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Personal Expenses
- Tips and Gratuities (optional)
Uncover the hidden small treasures of Singapore kayaking in Pulan Ubin Island.
- Adventure into the pristine Singaporian nature, a break from the concrete jungle.
- Paddle into the mangroves and see some fascinating fish species like the pink dolphin.
- Learn about the heritage and history of Ubin Island from the knowledgeable local guides.
Tour start times:
- Mangrove Kayaking: 9:00 am or 1:30 pm
- Ubin Bisect Kayaking: 9:30 am
- Children must be at least aged 7+ to participate
- Every child aged 7-12 years must be accompanied by at least 1 adult
- Anyone can join the program, including non-swimmers as you'll be decked out with a personal floatation device. In addition, the crew are well trained in first aid and rescue
- The instructor reserves the right to reject any participant deemed unfit to be part of the program
What To Bring:
- Covered footwear for kayaking (please note: bare feet, slippers/flip-flops and sandals are not allowed)
- T-shirt/rash guard and surf/board shorts
- A change of clothes
- Toiletries and a towel for showering
- Sunscreen, sun hat
- Personal medication, a spare pair of glasses for contact lens wearers