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Excellent family picnic spot ! 45min ferry ride from Marina South pier. Lot of huts to sit and eat. Tranquil beach. One big pagoda. ideal getaway for family and friends. Take everything as there are no shops.
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To get Kusu Island you just take the MRT to to the Marina South Pier Station, than buy the...More
An extremely peaceful island. A nice little beach by the side and a temple and a Shrine for devotees. We took the ferry from Marina South Pier and it was worth going there to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of the...More
Probably there is something religiously interesting there. But we wanted to have beach trip to st.Jones island which is nearby. The ferry to st.Jones was not operating that day and we went to Kusu instead. 4 hours wasted, misty in queue to ferry. Not worthy...More
I visited Kusu Island on a Saturday early morning during the Kusu Pilgrimage month (9th Lunar calendar month).
Drove there and was still able to find a car park lot right at the Pier. Bought the ferry ticket at the temporary ‘container’ counter and vista...More
I took a ferry ride from marine south pier. It was raining during the ride. Upon reaching it stopped and the sun comes up.
I should say that this island is not a place of fun. It is more a historical location. It have a...More
Been to this island with wife couple of days back. This is a perfect place for relaxing with shelter by the beach. Took ferry from Marina South pier. First ferry leaves at 10AM. Ferry goes to St.John island first and then to Kusu island. Please...More
Had a lovely visit. Really easy to get to and is a real chilled out place. Some beautiful shrines and is a sanctuary for tortoises which was exciting for me as i had many as a child. Nice beaches but stony in the water and...More
To many locals in Singapore and as far away as Thailand and Indonesia, many of the older folks have heard of the Chinese 9th Lunar Month pilgrimage to the Tua Pek Kong (Da Bo Gong) temple in Kusu Island. No one seems to know about...More