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- Reviews: 1973
Changi Village Hotel Singapore: Changi Village Hotel Singapore
Changi Village Hotel Singapore is located just a min walk to Changi Point Ferry Terminal. You can take a bumboat across to Pulau Ubin.
The Changi Hawker Centre is famous for its Nasi Lemak with long queue during meals time.
Look at those colourful balconies. You wont be able to tell that this is a hotel from far.
- Reviews: 137
Ubin Lagoon Resort: Resort
Air-conditioned chalets outfitted with the highest quality teakwood furniture and teemed with cosy furnishings assure your stay here is as homely as possible.
Single-storey chalets can house up to a maximum of four, while double-storey-storey duplexes can accommodate up to six. Each chalets are facilitated with attached bathroom with water heater, a colour television set, individual thermostat air-conditioning, refrigerators and an electrical kettle.
outdoor archery centre, kids swimming pool, gym, a conference centre available for briefings, private functions and get-togethers.
- Reviews: 137
Beach Campsites at Noordin and Mamam: Beach Campsites
Bring your tents and head out for beach campsites at Noordin and Mamam. Try your hand at fishing, or gaze at the myriad stars of Ubin's night sky.
- Reviews: 5
Ubin Resort: great CHALETS-reasonable price
If its in the evening..you cant do anything since theres no night activities and take note evrything ends at 5pm.Its TOTALLY BLACKOUT!!! stuck inside the chalet...and watch TV,whew!!!
Great spacious CHALET
- Reviews: 51
marina country club ubin resort: Rustic Resort
There are chalet on Pulau Ubin for those wo does not want to camp outdoor. The MCC Ubin resort . These 1bedroom and 2 bedroom chales are aircondition and comes equipt with refrigerators, tv, water heater and electric kettle.
- Reviews: 30
Pulau Ubin: Free campground
errr... again, actually I didn't stay there, but I listen, remember and share.
Pulau Ubin is a small Island in front of the Singapore mainland. You can get there by boat for only 2 sing dollars, damn, almost for free ;)
At the island there are several free-of-charge campingrounds, mostly located at the beaches. Just make sure to bring your own tent and inform the local ranger where you are planning to stay.
- Camp on a small, jungle/mangrove island
- Free of Charge!
- No permit, just inform the ranger
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