Fishing in Pulau Ubin has an abundance of the popular for recreational Singapore fishing trip. Ubin Island is also spectacular places for outdoor activities such as kayaking, cycling, canoeing, camping and walking around. There are lots of best fishing spots in Pulau Ubin both nearshore fishing and offshore fishing near the island. The best land-base fishing spots in Pulau Ubin are NPCC camp site beach, Nordin Beach, Mamam Campsite, Jelutong Campsite, Pontoon Jetty and Ubin Main Jetty. Another best spots are in the mangrove spot where you can catch barramundi and mangrove jack. Offshore fishing are good between Ubin and Ketam island.
Pulau Ubin is one of the popular island in Singapore for adventurous and nature lover traveler. It is known for adventure activities such as biking, fishing, camping and kayaking. Pulau Ubin is located just off the north-eastern coast of Singapore mainland. It is tranquil and really amazing place for kayaking and kayak fishing.
Pulau Ubin can be reached from Changi Point Terminal about 15 minutes ride by boat. You will see beautiful sceneries, historical sites, fish farm and this island is the last-remaining traditional village in Singapore. Pulau Ubin has diverse of natural attraction ranging from seagrass lagoon, mangroves areas teeming with wildlife, coastal forest to wetlands.
Pulau Ubin was once a granite quarry in the 1960-s and closed in 1999. Fishing in Pulau Ubin is prohibited in all quarries. You will see many granite mining abandoned. Ubin Island is visited regularly by local to enjoy the natural attractions. Visiting Pulau Ubin is one of magnificent things to do in Singapore to see the natural tourism.
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Since Pulau Ubin popular with Singaporean visitors, it was created Pulau Ubin Recreational Areas about 700 hectares including Chek Jawa. The boardwalk built throughout mangrove forest allow the visitor to watch marine wildlife and mangrove forest.