Friday, 29 June 2018

Singapore's lesser-known Southern islands

Singapore is made up of more than 70 islands. Some of the lesser-known islands are:

Pulau Seking

PULAU SEKING - VIEW FROM SEA


Pulau Semakau

Verdant greenery and various species of wildlife can be seen on Semakau Island, a garbage landfill for mainland Singapore. -- PHOTO: BERITA HARIAN FILE


Pulau Damar Laut

ST FILE PHOTO


Pulau Serangoon

On weekends, up to 100 people can be seen fishing at Coney Island, also known as Pulau Serangoon. - PHOTO: SHIN MIN


Pulau Busing



Pulau Busing is an island located off the southwestern coast of Singapore, north of Pulau Hantu and west of Pulau Bukom


Pulau Satumu

Raffles Lighthouse, situated on Pulau Satumu, south of the main island of Singapore. - ST PHOTO: CAROLINE CHIA


Pulau Sudong

A soldier runs with his weapon during the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Readiness Exercise held on Aug 2, 2011, at Pulau Sudong - ST PHOTO


Pulau Senang

A Forgotten Past – ‘Prison on Fire’ at Pulau Senang
Pulau Pawai

Pulau Pawai, a name synonymous in the RSAF community for its sole purpose in life, a life firing area


Pulau Hantu

Into The Wild: Pulau Hantu