Ubin Day activities are organised by passionate people who know and love Ubin. Most are free. Many require pre-registration as places are limited. More on the Ubin Day website and facebook page.
- Guided nature walks by The Green Volunteers
- Explore Butterfly Hill with ButterflyCircle (fully booked)
- New 'Kampong Tour' by Ubin NParks volunteers
- Afternoon and Evening Wildlife Watch tour for kids by Cicada Tree Eco-Place
- Nature photo walk with the Nature Photographic Society, Singapore
Sports and adventure
- Explore Ubin Quarry, a once-in-a-lifetime experience with Republic Polytechnic and Outward Bound Singapore
- Fly Fishing Demo and Clinic with Gamefish And Aquatic Rehabilitation Society
More fun activities
- Ubin Drawing Workshop for kids by the Singapore Contemporary Young Artists
- Stargazing with the NUS Astronomical Society
Exhibits to learn about these awesome Ubin issues through games and activities
- Appreciating Kampong Dogs with Save Our Street Dogs
- Ubin critters with the Vertebrate Group, NSS
- Horseshoe crabs with the Marine Conservation Group, NSS
- Marine life with the Naked Hermit Crabs
- Seagrasses and dugongs with TeamSeagrass
- Mangroves with the Mangrove Action Squad
- Talk on 'Kampong Houses in Singapore and Malaysia' by Dr Lai Chee Kien
- Tell us your Ubin stories with NUS architecture Students
- Green energy at the Ubin Micro-Grid with Daily Life Renewable Energy
- Wayang Kulit performance by The Artists' Village
More details on the Ubin Day website.
How to get to Pulau Ubin?
Your adventure begins as you take a bumboat from Changi to Pulau Ubin. More details on the wildsingapore website.
How to get around on Pulau Ubin?
The tranquil island is great for a leisurely stroll. Or a fun cycling trip. You can also hire 'taxis' to get around. More details on the wildsingapore website.
What can we see and do on Pulau Ubin?
The Ubin Day website has some highlights. More details on the wildsingapore website.
What is Ubin Day about?
Ubin Day is a ground-up initiative by those who love Pulau Ubin. As of today, 24 Organising Groups have stepped up to share about Ubin. More are expected to join in.
Ubin Day was first held in April 2002 organised by Grant Pereira with the Singapore Environment Council. There was a second Ubin Day in 2003 but none since then.
This is the first time in more than a decade that we are trying to do another Ubin Day! More about the first Ubin Day in Elements.
See you on Ubin Day!