There is a variety of biking routes in Pulau Ubin which ranges from easy paths to off-road trails. They will bring us to different parts of the island and it gives us the opportunity to discover some of the key landmarks on Pulau Ubin.
Similarly, we have curated 2 Levels of the Biking Adventures. For those who are new to biking as a family, we recommend that you start off with the Level 1, Family Biking Discovery. And you can always come back for more adventure with the Bike Trail Adventure where you get to explore the rest of the island.
Level 1-Family Biking Discovery
Your adventure is on Pulau Ubin, so you’ll need to make your own way to the small island from Singapore via a 15 – 20 minute ferry ride from the Changi Point Ferry Terminal and meet our cycling leader at our HQ at Pulau Ubin.
During the orientation, our cycling leader will outfit you with your bike and helmet and provide safety details. Then take off along easy and moderate riding routes, both paved and unpaved, that the cycling leader will choose based on the conditions of the day. We will be making stops during the experience to allow breaks and photo-taking. There is a lot to enjoy with the island’s natural environment and be immersed in the local village vibes.
During the eco-friendly discovery, you’ll cycle around the island and be on the lookout for native wildlife such as the wild boars, monkeys and water monitors.
A Knowledgeable cycling leader will lead you past rural sights like fruit farms, mangroves and beaches around the island, where Singapore’s only authentic ‘kampung,’ (village) still remain.
Discover the way of life at Ubin when you interact with friendly local villagers along the way. The experience is as enriching as you allow it to be – we ask that you come with an open mind and heart. Fall in love with this place as we have!
One route may lead you to the island’s western half, where you can cycle to the Pekan Quarry. Perhaps visit the German Girl Shrine, and enjoy a view of the Western Straits of Johor. Or, you may journey east of Ubin to see fruit plantations near Chek Jawa and admire the nearly unspoiled beaches and coastal forests, home to native wildlife. Whatever route you take, at the end of your Ubin Bike Trail, you’ll leave with an appreciation for this tiny, lush piece of rural local life, yet still so close to the skyscrapers of downtown Singapore.
- Bicycle & Helmet
- English-speaking Adventures Leader
- Drinking-Water for the Refill
- Accident insurance coverage during the programme
- Facility for a simple rinse off after the programme
- Lockers to put the valuables items behind
- Ferry transfers between Changi Point Ferry Terminal and Pulau Ubin or vice versa.
- Food and drinks (except the Refill of Drinking Water)
We are located at 34 Pulau Ubin, a short 1 min walk from the jetty. Upon arriving via the ferry, cross the boardwalk and take a left. Walk on until you see us (house painted white) on your right.
- One way ferry transfer from Changi Point Ferry Terminal to Pulau Ubin and vice versa costs cost approximately SGD4, subject to social distancing measures & crowd control on the ferry.
- Please note there will be ferry charges of SGD 2 per bike per way to ferry your own bicycles.
- Please be advised that waiting time for ferry range between 20 to 30 minutes. Please give yourself ample time to reach Pulau Ubin 15 minutes prior to program start time
- If you bring your own bicycle, bicycles with training wheels or tandem bicycles are not allowed for this activity
- By registering for this cycling activity, participants are responsible to ensure they are fit and competent in their cycling skills
- Number of participants per grouping is subject to Singapore Government mandatory requirements on crowd gathering, and this would include ONE (1) program leader within the group. We reserve the right to regroup the number of participants accordingly.
- Minimum 4 participants to operate.
- Passport Full Name, Passport Number, Nationality and Date of Birth is required at time of booking for insurance purpose.
- Programme operates in both dry and wet weather
- Children must be at least 7 years old to participate, and accompanied by an adult
- Covered shoes are mandatory
- **We stress the importance of bringing and wearing the right gear
- Our programs are generally designed for four-to-go (minimum of 4 participants).
- For less than four, please contact us to see if there are possible pairing available.
- For larger groups with more than 8 people, please contact us. WhatsApp 9783713 / Email [email protected]
- 4 pax for $318
- The booking deadline is 3 days (5pm GMT +8) before each indicated programme date.
- For group bookings above 8 people, please contact us at least 1 week before programme date. WhatsApp 9783713 / Email [email protected]
Change of date after booking
- Changes to program dates are subject to availability.
- Please contact us to check with us. WhatsApp 9783713 / Email [email protected]
- In the event that we are unable to accede to your request for a change of date, please refer to our cancellation policy.
Special Request on certain dates
Date request depends on the availability. Please WhatsApp 9783713 / Email [email protected]
- Full Name
- Email Address
- Child DOB
- Date Request
- Activity (Kayak Level 1/2/3 or Cycling Level 1/2)
- Number of pax
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Do I need to be physically fit in order to join your programs?
Our programs are not physically challenging and are manageable.
However, if you have sustained an injury or have gone for an operation recently, we recommend that you seek professional advice from a doctor before joining our programs.
What is the minimum age for children?
Children are advised to be 7 years old and above in order to join our programs.
For those with children below 7 years old, younger children might sometimes just sit and enjoy the scenery while the parent’s cycle, we suggest parents manage expectations and the ability to cycle with their child.
Are bicycles provided for cycling expeditions?
Bicycles for all our cycling expeditions are provided.
Are there any pre-requisities?
Basic cycling ability is required for bike programs.
Who will be taking photos?
The experiential leader’s main role is to guide you through the mangrove path safely, educate you on the flora and fauna and provide an experience for you and your family to remember.
It is a bonus if the experiential leader can take photos for you (value-add). Our priority is safety and creating bonding moments.
You can bring your own waterproof pouch for your phones/camera at your own risk.
What should I wear?
- Sun hat / cap
- T-shirt / Tank Top / Rash Guard
- Shorts / Leggings / Bermudas / Surf Shorts / Sports Pants
- Swimwear (underneath)
- Covered footwear**
** Please note that covered footwear is mandatory for safety purposes.
Participants are not allowed to join the program barefoot, in slippers, or open-toe sandals. For those kayaking, your shoes will get wet during the launch-off of the kayaks.
What should I bring?
- Cash money (no ATM on Ubin island)
- Ziplock / waterproof bag
- A change of fresh clothes (basic shower facilities available)
- A change of shoes
- Personal toiletries
- Personal medication
- A bottle of water, recommend 1-litre water bottle
- Keepers for eyewear; if you wear contact lenses, please bring along a pair of your spectacles as well
- Sunscreen and hat
- Insect repellant
- Helmet for cycling (if applicable)
- Own bicycle if applicable (ferry charges applies). For the cycling activity, tandem bicycles or bicycles with training wheels are not allowed.
How do I get to Pulau Ubin?
Step 1: Arrive at Changi Point Ferry Terminal
- Route to “51 Lor Bekukong, 499172”.
- Parking is available at the open-air carpark nearby, or at Changi Village Hotel.
- Lots are limited and subject to availability.
- Inform the driver that you would like to get to “Changi Point Ferry Terminal”, or “Changi Village”.
By public transport
- The nearest MRT station is “Pasir Ris”.
- The nearest bus station is “Changi Village Bus Terminal” with bus numbers “2, 29, 59, 109”.
- Duration approximately 30 mins by car/taxi; approximately 60 mins by public transport (traveling from Central Singapore)
Step 2: Take ferry to Pulau Ubin
- Join the queue by telling the boatman that you would like to go to Pulau Ubin.
- The ferry leaves when there are 9 – 12 people.
- Pay cash (SGD $4 per person) directly to the boatman.
- Duration approximately 10 – 15 mins (excludes approximately 30 mins waiting time for the ferry)
How many people can be in one session?
- Right now, it is based on 10 persons in 1 session.
- If you have more than 10 persons, kindly contact us so that we can advise on the group safety management in accordance to prevailing guidelines.
What if I am late for my program?
If you know that you are running late for our program, please contact us to inform us if possible. There is a 15 minute grace period from stipulated program start times. Late-comers will not be able to join the program once it has commenced.
Contact us: WhatsApp 9783713 / Email [email protected]
What happens if I am ill and unable to make it to the program?
In such a scenario, we advise that you get in touch with us immediately. We will assist to make arrangements for a postponement or participant replacement, subject to availability. If neither is possible, the penalty charge for a no-show is 100% of the program fees.
Contact us: WhatsApp 9783713 / Email [email protected]
What happens in the event of bad weather?
Our programs are designed to operate in both dry and wet weather. In the event of bad weather, we will work with our participants for postponement.
Bad weather is defined as:
1) poor visibility (reduced to less than 1 km; cannot see Singapore from Pulau Ubin),
2) lightning is local (our mobile lightning detectors indicate 0 – 5 miles),
3) wind is too strong (Beaufort 5; 16-20 knots; Fresh Breeze; Many whitecaps, small amounts of spray).
However, the likelihood of bad weather is low, and occasions, where programs did not proceed, were few and far in between. Our leaders will make the decision for a postponement when bad weather persists for more than 1 hour from the scheduled start time of the program.
Participants not present will be treated as no show, and the penalty charge is 100 percent of the program fees.
What is the cancellation policy?
- We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if booking is cancelled 2 days or less before the event
- We will charge a cancellation fee of 50% if booking is cancelled 6 days or less before the event