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Pulau Hantu

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Pulau Hantu Island, Singapore 000705, Singapore
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Like my private island

Was here over the weekend for over Nite camping with some light minded people. We joined a guy who... read more

Reviewed 18 September 2017
Teo C
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Singapore
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First local diving for the year

This year I haven't been fortunate enough to be able to do much diving, and so I really needed to... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2017
KGB777
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Singapore, Singapore
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A tiny picturesque island located off the south of Singapore, Pulau Hantu is home to lagoons, sheltered beaches and beautiful water, making it a popular haunt for fishing, swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving.
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Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Was here over the weekend for over Nite camping with some light minded people. We joined a guy who organized hiking trip. Was well planned. He booked a bumboat from west coast pier, was a 30mins ride to the island. You will need identification card...More

Thank Teo C
Reviewed 25 June 2017

This year I haven't been fortunate enough to be able to do much diving, and so I really needed to get into the water - Hantu was really the only practical option. But today the vis was particularly bad, just 1 metre. Not that much...More

Thank KGB777
Reviewed 11 December 2016 via mobile

Came back to Pulau Hantu this weekend for more dives aboard the Dolphin Explorer. It's a good way to spend a Saturday morning. Visibility wasn't too bad at 2-3 metres and there were even a few fish and nudibranchs to see. I'm yet to see...More

1  Thank KGB777
Reviewed 19 November 2016

As a follow-up to the review on Sister's Islands camping, note that the system for camping on Pulau Hantu is by a monthly quota which makes it very difficult to book just prior to the weekend. I tried for the 2nd weekend of a month...More

1  Thank carlbrown1
Reviewed 14 September 2016

In the little island of Singapore there are in fact some interesting dive sites you may find it worth trying, diving in Singapore requires certain buoyancy control as the visibility is rather challenging. At best so far it is only 10m and 1 - 2m...More

Thank Wayne T
Reviewed 26 July 2016 via mobile

One of several well known dive sites in Singapore. Despite the poor visibility, there are critters galore if one spends the time to look for them.

Thank Jeffrey L
Reviewed 8 May 2016 via mobile

Pulau Hantu remains the best option when you absolutely have to get underwater and you don't have a lot of spare time. Regular trips leave from the RSYC in Clementi on weekends. I've been a few times this year with vis ranging between 50cm and...More

1  Thank KGB777
Reviewed 7 December 2015

Singapore may be amidst the famous Coral Triangle but she is not herself a dive destination. In fact, on most weekends, most Singaporeans either flock north to Peninsula Malaysia or South to Batam and Bintan to dive. Ask Singaporean divers if they have dived Singapore...More

4  Thank Spooky T
Reviewed 12 August 2015

Was there with a couple of friends and family in June 2015. First time there and I really don't think I have a lot of things to say about the island (Some might think this is exactly the point of an idyllic island). Herewith in...More

Thank sorksorkkallipok
Reviewed 22 November 2014

I've dived at Pulau Hantu maybe 10 times in total. Visibility typically ranges from zero up to a best ever of about 5m, but is usually in the 2m-3m range. As such it's recommended to dive with a torch. On the worst day I couldn't...More

Thank KGB777
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DavidKang
14 September 2017|
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You can usually arrange these trips through local dive operators. Cost is around $100 SGD for 2 dives if you have your own gear. If you don't have your own gear then you'll need to arrange that with the dive shop. Dolphin... More
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