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Sisters' Islands

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Sisters' Island, Singapore 000703, Singapore
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Wonderful yoga trip

Beautiful .breathtaking scene and island. I loved this place. It's very nice for picnic spots and... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2017
Bishnu C
via mobile
Better to arrange big group visit

Nice place to observe low tides underwater creatures and just for picnic. The place is one of... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2017
Singapore, Singapore
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Swimmers and snorkelers can also indulge themselves here at Sisters’ Islands as the fantastic reefs are filled with marine life. Camping is also another favourite past-time here, but do remember to get a permit before going on your way.
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7 May 2017
“Better to arrange big group visit”
15 Aug 2017
“Wonderful yoga trip”
Sisters' Island, Singapore 000703, Singapore
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Reviewed 15 August 2017 via mobile

Beautiful .breathtaking scene and island. I loved this place. It's very nice for picnic spots and meditations. The place is little bit scary cos lots of monkeys. But it didn't harm us.as we were meditating and later had fun alot. I will go there again...More

Thank Bishnu C
Reviewed 7 May 2017

Nice place to observe low tides underwater creatures and just for picnic. The place is one of nature park, you require to pay attention to protect everything in the island, you can't leave or take away anything. Access method is limited, require to charter boat...More

3  Thank ryoscafe
Reviewed 4 January 2016

Sisters' Island is Singapore's first marine park, and it does not disappoint. NParks has painstakingly created 2 dive trails that, though short, offer divers a good variety of marine life. There are no pelagics or abundant soft corals here, but there is a good range...More

2  Thank Spooky T
Reviewed 25 August 2015

We've been camping at these islands for over 10 years. Saddened to find out (8.15) that they have now come under the National Parks and overnight camping has been stopped. With St John's campsite also having closed down, this leaves just Pulau Hantu with inevitable...More

7  Thank carlbrown1
Reviewed 15 January 2015

I organized a group of 10 kids (2 to 10 years) and 6 adults to camp overnight on this island. We booked through Sentosa website (free camping) then chartered our own ferry (maybe $120 each way?? per boat of max 10 people). There is a...More

4  Thank zufelt
Reviewed 11 November 2014

Why we came here? While I like campus tours of universities when travelling overseas, our overseas friends like island tours wherever they go. They want to set up a global island tour blog. As a local, I was embarrassed to be educated by them that...More

5  Thank Edmund K
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3 May 2015|
Response from zufelt | Reviewed this property |
The current is very strong around the island but you can swim in a small lagoon. Signs advise not to leave the little protected bay so you aren't swept to sea if I remember correctly. My review has the cost listed for the... More