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Sisters’ Islands Marine Park

Notices

  1. As part of our cyclical inspection of structures in our parks, our appointed Professional Engineer found the jetty at Big Sister’s Island to be in need of repair. To ensure public safety, Big Sister’s Island and its jetty will be closed for repair works from 10 April to October 2021.

  2. Thank you for your support for the intertidal guided walks over the past 5 years. As part of efforts to review the outreach and educational activities offered on the island, we are ceasing NParks-led guided walks at Big Sister’s Island. Meanwhile, you can sign up for the free guided walks on St John’s Island held on the first Sunday of every month, or download a copy of the DIY trail guide and explore St John’s Island and the Marine Park Outreach and Education Centre at your leisure. Alternatively, you can check out the guided tours at Chek Jawa, Pulau Ubin.
  3. As part of COVID-19 precautionary measures, please stay in groups of maximum 8 pax. Groups must keep at least 1m apart, with no mixing between groups. Visitors must keep their masks on at all times except when engaging in strenuous exercise or when eating or drinking.
  4. To allow everyone the opportunity to enjoy the displays whilst maintaining a comfortable social distance, entry into the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park Public Gallery on St John’s Island will be done through online booking only. The maximum number of visitors is capped at 20 pax per session, and visits will be limited to 30 minutes. Book a slot to visit the gallery in and April and May.

Things To Do

  • Bendera Bay - Photo credit: Jani Isa Tanzil

    Bendera Bay at St John’s Island – A showcase of community stewardship in conservation

    The 3.9-hectare Bendera Bay is nestled within St John’s Island, and comprises a lagoon with a variety of mangrove, coral, seagrass, sandy shore and rocky shore habitats. This variety of habitats thus provides unique opportunities for outreach and research.

    Currently, the area is not open for public access as it is closed for conservation and research. Activities for the public will be organised from 2021 onwards.

    Photo credit: Jani Isa Tanzil

  • Dive Trail

    Dive Trails

    To encourage a deeper appreciation for Singapore’s marine biodiversity, NParks has developed Singapore’s first Dive Trail located at Pulau Subar Laut or the Big Sister’s Island, Sisters’ Islands Marine Park.

  • Photo Credit: Ria Tan

    Public Gallery at the Marine Park Outreach and Education Centre

    Visitors can learn about the Sisters' Islands Marine Park at the Public Gallery on St John’s Island. The Public Gallery features the rich marine biodiversity in Singapore's waters and provides an overview of the Marine Park, including a 3D diorama of its dive trails, an immersive 3D dive experience, a mangrove mesocosm, a viewing pool, aquariums and other new displays.

  • st john island trail

    St John's Island Trail

    The first curated trail at St John’s Island showcases the rich biodiversity and history of St John’s Island and Sisters’ Islands Marine Park. Free 90-minute guided tours of the trail will be organised on a monthly basis.

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Last updated on 08 April 2021

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