Nature Trek on Pulau Ubin 6th Nov 2016

Located just off the north-eastern corner of mainland Singapore is Pulau Ubin (Granite Island). The journey to get there (a 15 minute bumboat ride) is truly scenic. It is charmingly simple, there are no modern buildings with mostly everything built from cement and wood.
 
Ladies, join us for a nature walk and head back in time to see Singapore as it was in the 1960's. We will head towards the island’s highest peak on Puaka Hill. The climb is challenging with its steep and rocky terrain, but it is only a 74 metres hike. The breathtaking view at the peak makes the 15 minutes climb worth it, with the Granite Quarry and the borders of Malaysia in sight.

Date: 6th November 2016
 
Cost: $45 member; $50 non member
 
Provided:
Guided Tour, Snacks, Lunch, Apples, Refreshing Towels, Boat Transfer
 
Please bring comfortable walking shoes, rain jacket, sunscreen, mosquito repellant & water
 
Meet at Changi Point Ferry Terminal at 7:45am.
 
Getting There: Take the MRT to Bedok Station and head towards the direction of the Bus Interchange and continue your journey on Bus No.2 (bus stop located on main road) that heads to Changi Village as its last stop. Once there, The Changi Point Ferry Terminal is a short 3 minute walk away.
 
Ubin Way:
Appreciate and explore Pulau Ubin in a sustainable and friendly manner. Take everything off that we bring on (including all rubbish). Learn the ‘kampung' spirit.


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