Chek Jawa Wetlands Tours and Activities
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Located on the southeastern tip of Pulau Ubin are Chek Jawa Wetlands, a coral reef that has evolved into a wetlands area. As six different habitats meet in this one area, Chek Jawa Wetlands are unique in their diversity of ecosystems and is a popular destination to explore on Pulau Ubin. The best way to reach the area is by bicycle (you can walk, but it takes at least 40 minutes); rent one when you disembark from the bumboat and get ready for a scenic and sometimes challenging ride. However, reaching Chek Jawa is worth the effort.
Featuring both sandy and rocky beaches, mangrove forests and sea grass lagoons, Chek Jawa is rich with wildlife, a wide range of which can be observed from the boardwalk that runs through the area. Other options for observation include the seven-story high viewing tower where you can rise into the forest’s canopy to see the islands birdlife. Ask about one of the specially scheduled shore walks from the park service for access to the waterline. The visitor’s center near the entrance of Chek Jawa is also a great source for more information on the area’s wildlife and history.
Once you reach Ubin Jetty, you can hire a van to get to Chek Jawa for $2 SGD per person for up to 12 people, one-way; the van will drop you off a short distance from Chek Jawa and you’ll have to walk the rest of the way. Or, rent a bicycle and cycle your way to Chek Jawa. Prices for bicycle rental range from $8-$10 SGD, though they may be higher on holidays. Chek Jawa is open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Address: Pulau Ubin, Singapore
2 Tours and Activities to Experience Chek Jawa Wetlands
Pulau Ubin Island is the cycling paradise perfect for the nature lover and wants to see have a glimpse of how Singapore looks like in the past. This well preserved nature park is home to many wildlife such as Hornbills, Wild boars, Asian monkeys, Otters and many more! Pulau Ubin also houses the last few "Kampongs" local villages in Singapore with locals who still resides in them. Perfect opportunity to experience life as it was back in the 60s! Our adventure cycling is well catered for both adrenaline junkies or the casual traveler who wants to enjoy nature cycling. Our Cycling guides would lead you through a series of mountain biking trails that are crafted to stimulate your senses and experience. So rest assured that you will not be left out, regardless of your fitness! (Psst, some of our cycling guides are over 60 years old too!)
Looking for some adventurous and educational things to do in Singapore? Join this 4-5 hour bike tour, to explore our well preserved tropical rainforest on Pulau Ubin island. Pulau Ubin is an island off north-east of Singapore. This island was home to Singapore’s last village in the 60s. As well as one of Singapore's richest ecosystems, "Chek Jawa Wetlands". Our knowledgeable local tour guide will safely lead you riding around the island. Cycling past rural sights like fruit farms, mangroves and native wild animals. Stopping at various sites explaining and showing you the importance and impact of ecosystems to our planet Earth. It is definitely a great tour for nature lovers and family. So what are you waiting for? Book this bike tour now. We can't wait to show you around^^.
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