Islands of Singapore: Pulau Ubin

Just off the coast of mainland Singapore is Pulau Ubin, a boomerang shaped island, meaning ‘Granite Island’. This was once home to thousands of settlers dependent on granite quarrying. Though abandoned since the 1970s and reclaimed by nature, these quarries remain a picturesque relic of the past. Now, the few remaining villagers subsist on farming…

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A Day on The Rottnest Island

Rottnest Island is a popular Holiday Island in Western Australia. 18km off the coast of Perth, this island framed by the azure waters of the Indian Ocean is a ferry ride away. Separated from the mainland around 7000 years ago, it is famous for its secluded bays, pristine beaches & crystal clear waters. An A…

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