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Singapore Ferry to Kusu Island and St John's Island

SGD 15
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  • Enjoy the services of Singapore Island Cruise, a convenient way to travel to two of Singapore’s must-visit islands, St. John’s and Kusu.
  • This ticket is easy on the wallet, saves you transportation time, and promises smooth sailing altogether (literally).
  • Board at Singapore’s Marina South Pier and head towards St. John’s, a stunning offshore island with untouched natural appeal.
  • Jump aboard another cruise towards Kusu Island, an island steeped in local myths and folklore.
  • The culturally inclined may explore sacred sites while the sun-lovers may work their tan on sandy shores.
  • From Sept 26 to Oct 24, 2022, tickets are valid only from Marina South Pier to St. John Island due to Annual Kusu Pilgrimage Season.
  • These tickets can’t be cancelled. However, you can use them any time within the next 6 months.
  • These tickets are valid for 6 months from the date of purchase.

Yacht Cruise Seafarer's Powerboat Tour (Sentosa) - 1 Hour

SGD 39
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1 hr.
  • Enjoy great views of the Singapore skyline from the waters on this one-hour cruise speedboat experience.
  • Understand the historical ports and trade routes of Singapore with live commentary on Tara K.
  • Learn about the significance of the seafarer’s channel such as The Straits of Singapore, the Silk Road of the Sea, explorations made by Chinese voyager Long Ya Men, and the voyage of Sir Stamford Raffles.
  • Enjoy a complimentary tropical drink as you cruise to the peaceful and picturesque beaches of modern Sentosa.
  • Click stunning pictures of the remnants of the Forts built by the British in the area.
  • It's mandatory to pre-book your time slot at least 1 day in advance from this link before your visit.
  • No private celebrations such as Birthday or Marriage Proposal are permitted during the cruise.
  • Children aged 3 years and above are eligible for the experience.
  • Children under the age of 12 require a child ticket.
  • Adults aged 60 years and above are not permitted.
  • Guests must be fully vaccinated and must show their vaccination certificates.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Singapore River Cruise

SGD 25
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40 min.
  • On this short yet sweet boat cruise, learn all about how Singapore went from being a small trading port to the advanced capital it is today
  • Equip yourself with knowledge on the trade history of the city as you cruise along the historic routes that the cargo bumboat's used to take
  • With the help of English audio-visual commentary, discover iconic landmarks such as Riverside Point, Parliament House, Asian Civilizations Museum, Merlion Park and more
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.

Singapore is one of the leading tourist destinations in the world, attracting over 18.5 million visitors in 2018. It is the fifth most visited city in the world, with attractions such as Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa, and Merlion Park being the most popular amongst tourists. In addition to mainland Singapore, other islands that are a must see in Singapore include Kusu Island, St John’s Island, Sisters Island, and Lazarus Island. A cruise is the perfect way to visit these islands and also admire Singapore’s beautiful skyline.

Why Go on a Singapore Island Cruise?

If you want to escape from the concrete jungle of Singapore and enjoy some relaxing time with nature, the Island Cruise is an excellent choice. The 4 islands - Kusu, Lazarus, Sisters, and St John’s Islands are teeming with eye-catching landscapes and pristine beaches, allowing you to get away from the bustle of the city. It is also an excellent picnic spot, which is a great option for families and bigger groups. Spend your time here trying your hand at cycling or simply enjoying a swim. On your way back to the Harbourfront Centre, you are guaranteed to see one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.  For a one-day getaway from the city, the Singapore Island Cruise is ideal!

All Your Singapore Island Cruise Tickets Explained

Sights Covered

Kusu Island

Kusu Island

Located about 5.6 kilometers from Singapore, Kusu Island is one of the southern islands of the country. Kusu translates to ‘turtle’ or ‘tortoise’ in Chinese, owing to an old legend. The legend goes that a giant tortoise turned itself into an island to save the lives of two shipwrecked sailors. After being rescued, they returned to thank the tortoise., and built a kramat and shrine in its memory. The tranquil landscape and pristine beaches are incredibly popular among visitors, making it the perfect spot for a picnic.

St. John's Island

St John’s Island

St John’s Island was formerly used as a quarantine center for people suffering from cholera. By 1930, it was a well known screening center for immigrants and pilgrims who were returning from Mecca. Currently, St John’s island is the perfect getaway from the bustling metropolis, owing to its non commercial setting and rustic vibe. It is another perfect spot for a relaxing swim in its beaches or a picnic. The Sisters Island Marine Park Public Gallery and St John’s Island Trial are worth visiting here. Fishing is also a popular activity on the island. 

Lazarus Island

Lazarus Island

Lazarus Island is connected to St John’s island through a causeway. Originally used as a prison, Lazarus Island was left abandoned when a prisoner escaped from the island. Fires that broke out in 1902 and 1914 burned away all the vegetation, and the island was left mostly unused. Currently, the C-shaped lagoon is renowned for its white and sandy beach and has been called one of Singapore’s best kept secrets. Picnics with our family and friends and swimming are two activities that are a must-try on the island. Lazarus Island is also home to dozens of stray cats that you can play with.

Plan Your Visit

Singapore Island Cruise
Singapore Discovery Journey - Sindo Ferry
Singapore Sunset Voyage
Singapore Island Cruise
What are the departure timings of the Singapore Island Cruise?

Weekdays

  • Marina South Pier: 10 AM, 11 AM & 2 PM
  • St John's Island: 10:45 AM, 2:45 PM, 3 PM & 5 PM
  • Kusu Island: 12:30 PM & 4 PM

Weekends and Public Holidays

  • Marina South Pier: 8:30 AM, 9 AM, 11 AM, 1 PM, 3 PM & 5 PM
  • St. John’s Island: 9:50 AM, 11:50 AM, 1:50 PM, 3:50 PM & 5:50 PM
  • Kusu Island: 10:15 AM, 12:15 PM, 2:15 PM, 4:15 PM & 6:15 PM

Can you bring your own food and drinks on this cruise?

Please bring along your own food and drinks to the island as there are no shops or restaurants on the islands.

Can I pre-book a seat?

Boarding of ferries will be based on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Singapore Discovery Journey
What are the timings of the Singapore Discovery Journey?

Boarding begins at 8:40 AM from Harbourfront Centre (level 1). The tour ends at 4:15 PM.

What are the inclusions of this tour?
  • Cruising to Marina South Coast and Ferry transfer between Harbourfront Centre and Southern Islands (St John's, Lazarus and Kusu Islands)
  • Travel insurance
Can you bring your own food and drinks?

Eating and drinking inside the ferry is strictly prohibited. However, you are allowed to bring food and drinks to picnic at St. John and Kusu islands.

Singapore Sunset Voyage
What are the timings?

The tour begins at 12:10 PM at Harbourfront Centre (level 1). It ends at 7:15 PM.

What are the inclusions?
  • Cruising to Marina South Coast and Ferry transfer between Harbourfront Centre and Southern Islands (St John's, Lazarus and Kusu Islands)
  • Travel Insurance
Can I pre-book a seat?

As this is a public transportation service, seating is on a first come first serve basis. The voucher does not guarantee you a seat on your preferred date. Seats are subject to availability.

Visitor Tips

  • If you're looking to take a picnic on these islands, it is recommended you bring your own food and drinks, since there are no restaurants or shops on the islands. 
  • Although the ferries and jetties are not wheelchair friendly, assistance will be provided while embarking and disembarking the ferries. 
  • It is recommended that you don’t take a cruise later than 3 PM on the weekends, since it will not give you enough time to fully explore the islands. 
  • There are several pristine beaches where you can go swimming. Please be sure to bring an extra set of clothes and a towel if you plan to swim at these islands. 
  • Be sure to carry sunscreen and a hat. Temperatures can get quite hot during the day, and it is essential that you protect your skin. 
  • Carry your own drinking water, since there are no potable water sources on any of the islands. 
  • It is possible to rent a scooter or cart if you want to explore the island faster.
  • Please note that there are different boarding points and timings for each of these cruises.

Singapore Island Cruises: FAQs

Are the Singapore Island Cruise ferries wheelchair friendly?

Yes, the ferries are stroller and wheelchair-accessible.

Are there any discounted Singapore Island Cruise Tickets?

Children aged 12 and under can avail discounted Singapore Island Cruise tickets. 

Is fishing allowed on the Singapore Islands?

Yes, fishing is allowed on the islands. There are even fishing courses that are held on the weekends on Lazarus Island.

Are lockers available on the Singapore Islands?

No, lockers are not available to rent at the islands. There are a few shelters near the beaches where you can leave your stuff. However, this may not be safe.

Can strollers or wheelchairs be rented at the Singapore Islands?

No strollers or wheelchairs cannot be rented at any of the islands. It is recommended that you bring our own. 

Are picnics allowed on the Singapore Islands?

Yes, you can host picnics on the islands with your friends and family. Please note that there are no restaurants or shops on the islands, and you will have to carry your own water, food, and drinks.

What is the best way to book Singapore Island Tickets?

The best way to book Singapore Island Tickets is online.

Is swimming allowed on the beaches of the Singapore Islands?

Yes, swimming is allowed at the pristine beaches of the island. Be sure to bring a change of clothes and a towel along with you.

How long does it take to explore the islands?

You will need several hours to explore the islands. It is recommended that you set aside a whole day to have a fulfilling experience of the islands.

Is it safe to visit the Singapore Islands post COVID-19?

Yes, it is safe to visit.