- Kusu Island, or Tortoise Island, is rich in culture, and has many sacred sites. For nature lovers, you can visit the islands tortoise sanctuary or try and spot a sea turtle whilst snorkelling in the island’s swimming lagoons.
- Lazarus Island is one of Singapore’s best kept secrets. Featuring a horseshoe shaped stretch of white, sandy beach and clear blue water, it is the perfect spot to anchor and enjoy a day of swimming, kayaking, paddle-boarding, fishing, relaxing and dining in style onboard your yacht.
- St John’s Island is a popular spot for yachts. It can also be reached by a walkway from Lazarus Island. Rich in natural fauna and flora, both in and out of water, the island has bountiful marine life, particularly reef fish such as Tusk fish.
- Big Sister’s Island is approximately 39,000 square metres (9.6 acres) in area and faces the open sea, while Little Sister’s Island is about 17,000 m2 (4.2 acres) in area and faces the mainland. The two islands are separated by a narrow channel and are home to some of Singapore’s richest reefs, making the islands a great spot for fishing.
- Pulau Hantu is a favourite haunt for fishing, scuba diving and snorkelling enthusiasts because of its sheltered beaches, swimming lagoons and inviting waters. For sea life enthusiasts the rare giant clam and the seahorse can sometimes be seen here.
View a sample Singapore yacht charter itinerary here for further inspiration.