Did you know that Kusu Island is only 5.6km from the mainland of Singapore? Kusu Island is one of the Southern Islands located in Singapore and is so nearby that you can see the Marina Bay skyline from there. “Kusu” means “Tortoise” or “Turtle” in Hokkien. On the island, you can visit a Tortoise Sanctuary, Chinese Temple and sacred Malay shrines. There is also annual pilgrimage to Singapore’s Kusu Island during the Ninth Lunar Month.
With plenty of scenic areas to relax, pack a picnic and explore the island with your friends and family.
Visit the following site for more information – Explore the Nature at Kusu Island – Visit Singapore Official Site
We cruised past Kusu Island on our Four Winns HD8-OB Quarter Share Boat…Find out more about our Quarter Share Boats