Pulau Ubin

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Welcome sign at Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin (also called Ubin Island) is an island at the northeast of Singapore. The island is now a tourist attraction. Less than 100 people stay on the island. But many people visit in the daytime to enjoy nature.

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Pulau Ubin means "Granite Island" in Malay language.

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Visitors can take a boat from Changi Point Ferry Terminal. It takes 10 minutes to reach Pulau Ubin. On the island, people can ride bicycles. There are some shops which rent bicycles to visitors.