Kusu Island

A giant sea turtle saves two shipwrecked sailors a Malay and a Chinese. As an act of thanks, the two men build a Chinese temple, a Malay shrine and a huge turtle sculpture.

So goes the legend behind this island. Today, Taoists still make annual pilgrimages to the Tua Pekong Temple during the ninth lunar month while Muslims visit Kramat Kusu, the Malay shrine.

Stunning views of the mainland can be seen from Kusus beaches and its hilltop. The warm waters of the lagoon are ideal for swimming.

Getting There
Take a ferry from Marina South Pier*.
Return ticket SGD 15.00 adults, SGD 12.00 children 3 to 12 years.
* Prices are subject to changes.

Ticketing Office
York Launch Service Pte Ltd
#01-02 Marina South Pier
Tel: 6265 3520

Singapore Island Cruise & Ferry Services Pte Ltd
#01-04 Marina South Pier
Tel: 6534 9339

For enquiries on ferry service and timings, call the Hotline at 1800-SENTOSA (736 8672)

Source:http://www.visitsingapore.com/

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