To Singapore's Southern Islands
Most booked ferries and routes to Kusu, Lazarus & St John's Island
From Singapore to the Southern Islands
When you want to travel to the Southern Islands, there are two ways to get your tickets; you can either book them in advance or you can book them at the Marina South Pier in Singapore.
You need to walk to the yellow counter when you want to book a ticket at the Marina South Pier. Online there are several booking options available. We prefer Klook as already 1000s (4.7K) of happy customers have already used their booking platform for these three trips alone, and there is a 5% welcome discountcode after signing up.
Our map shows the connections that lead to the Southern Islands: Lazarus, Jusu, St. John's, and Sister Island (however, Sister Island closed until March 2024)
Things you should know
- Maximum of 1 standard luggage and 1 handbag per person.
- You can't buy food on the island, so bring your own food with you.
- As this is a public transportation service, seating is on a first-come, first serve basis
- Bicycles are allowed to onboard the ferry
Different departure times
On weekdays, customers can explore only one island for later departures, such as 2 pm and 3.30 pm. It's important to note that the 3.30 pm departure is specifically recommended for individuals who intend to visit Kusu Island exclusively, as the ferry will remain there until 5 pm before returning via St. John's Island.
On weekends, the 5 pm departures will not allow passengers to disembark and explore if they plan to return on the same day. This ferry is mainly for people staying overnight on St. John's Island.
Experience for travelers who took this trip
Redeeming the voucher was a straightforward process, and the staff were kind and understanding when explaining the ferry schedule. Unfortunately, we missed our intended departure time due to difficulty finding parking spaces. However, the staff promptly offered us the next available timing without any hesitation.
During our excursion to Lazarus and St. John's Island, we spent a satisfying three hours there. In my opinion, it was ample time since we didn't engage in swimming activities but instead enjoyed a picnic and leisurely strolled around. This experience is highly recommended for families, children, and even pet owners!
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