City Travel Tip #1272
Snorkeling at Sisters’ Island – Explore Singapore’s Southern Island
If you like snorkeling, nature and swimming at secluded beaches, check out Sisters’ Island, one of Singapore’s Southern Islands which is open to visitors.
You can get to Sisters’ Island by ferry from Marina South Pier. Tickets cost around SGD$16 for a round trip ticket.
As Sisters’ Island is a marine park, it is home to many forms of marine life such as clown fishes and corals. It is a popular destination for snorkeling due to the clear waters and clean beaches. You will need to bring your own snorkeling gear from mainland because there is no rental service on the island.
There are also two lagoons at Sisters’ Islands where you can swim safely. It is not recommended to go beyond these lagoons because the currents may be strong.
Don’t forget to pack your own food and water supplies for your trip, because there are no shops on Sisters’ Islands.
Sisters’ Island is currently closed for redevelopment but it is slated to reopen in 2024.
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