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Sisters’ Islands Marine Park Close
Sisters’ Islands Marine Park


1. The asbestos-containing debris on Big Sister's Island have been removed and the beaches are open to public. Intertidal guided walks at Sisters' Islands Marine Park have resumed. 

2. The Singapore Land Authority (SLA) has closed part of St John's Island arising from the asbestos found in the campsite area. As investigations and works to remove the asbestos are ongoing, the St John's Island trail will be closed until further notice.

3. The Marine Park Outreach and Education Centre on St John's Island has resumed its operations, and is open daily from 10am to 4pm. It will be closed for Chinese New Year on 4 - 5 Feb 2019. 

Things To Do

  • Coral reefs

    International Year of the Reef 2018

    NParks, in collaboration with the Friends of Marine Park community and other partners, is launching a series of activities and programmes to celebrate the International Year of the Reef 2018.

  • 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.

  • Intertidal Guided Walks

    Nature guides will be on hand to bring you on a tour to experience the Marine Park’s amazing biodiversity. These guided walks are conducted free of charge bi-monthly. Each guided walk session is open to a maximum of 45 people.

  • 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 11 January 2019

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