Pulau Ujong (Singapore Mainland)

Pulau Ujong (means ‘Island at the end’) is an island paradise of abundant commercial value that sits at the tip of the Malayan Peninsula. She was part of the Malay Archipelago and is one of the smallest countries in the world, and 15,000 times smaller than the United...

Pulau Semechek

Sandwiched between Pulau Tekong and Pulau Tekong Kecil is Pulau Semechek. The little island had an elevation of just one metre above sea level and was just a flat piece of land conducive for a football pitch. Being so tiny and of no strategic use, it was subsumed or...

Pulau Tekong

Tekong means “obstacle”, so named because the island obstructs the mouth of Johor River (Sungei Johor). Today the island still has a sizeable population, but the native residents have been replaced by army recruits who are shipped there for their basic...