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We visited the shrine on a hike around the Island and stopped out of curiosity. It is another shrine like so many others, important I imagine to those for whom it is important but of little specific interest.
When you arrive on Pulau Ubin, the spotlessly clean toilets are straight ahead, then turn left and you'll find 3 or 4 little shops leasing bikes. If you go on the weekend, they'll run out of 'good' bikes & you'll have an old clunker. Still,...More
German girl shrine has explain it words. The history of this shrine is to remember The two German families that own part of the land on the island. There is a history behind this shrine. A young German lost her life during the war.
No one expected this. No one could imagine it, but yes, it does exist. Head west all the way, and it's a short distance after the "lake". It's not big, but really stands out. Just park your bike outside, and have a look inside this...More
Well if you're on the island, you have to visit. Don't expect anything dramatic when you get there. I try not to laugh but sometimes things are created out of nothing and this "may" be one of those times but each to their own beliefs....More
Interesting place to visit. Not much to see but nice stop for some views of the boats nearby. Walk around this area, you can a rustic feel of the old Singapore. For those who gamble, apparently this shrine is quite known for good luck in...More
A shrine to an unnamed German girl who lived and died on Pulau Ubin before WW1. The daughter of a plantation owner who died trying to escape being rounded up by the British before the war. She fell to her death in a quarry and...More