Natural Heritage Cycling Tour with Pedal Ubin: 14 Jun (Sun)

Are you clueless about Pulau Ubin, Singapore’s time capsule? How did Ubin get its name? Who was the German girl? Enjoy a bicycle ride in relative safety, and learn about all these and more, with cycling guides from the Toddycats, volunteer guides of the Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum!
Cycle through the scenery of kampungs, plantations, forest, quarries and mangroves, stop for a coconut or two and listen to our guides as they share with you stories of Ubin’s wildlife, past heritage and present conservation efforts.

Participants must be at least 10 years old and know how to ride a bicycle. No fitness requirement needed. Participants are to arrange their own bicycle hire on Pulau Ubin. They may also bring their own bicycles from the mainland (more about cycling on Ubin).

Date: 14 Jun (Sun)
Time: 7.30-11.30am
Meeting point: Wayang Stage, Ubin Town (turn left at Ubin Jetty, walk about 5 minutes to the Ubin Town centre), map.
No charge, the activity is free!

Registration is required: Registration is closed as the maximum number of people have signed up.

What happened?
Here's a glimpse...

The participants visiting kampung houses on Pulau Ubin.

MOS Desmond Lee joins the tour!

More photos by Joelle Lai on facebook.

And MORE photos on the Pedal Ubin flickr site and their blog post Toddycats on Ubin Day.

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