Overnight Yacht Ideas in Singapore

Outside of Singapore’s famous skyline of enormous buildings and cutting-edge construction, there are whole diverse types of landscapes to discover. Each of Singapore’s 64 outlying islands, which encircle our main island, has played a unique role in the city-growth state’s throughout the years.

Discover the beauty and diversity of these serene islands as we take a leisurely sail on our yachts around Singapore. These islands range from our favourite Southern Islands, such as Lazarus Island, St. John’s Island, and Sisters’ Islands, to the landfills and refineries in the West, such as Pulau Semakau, to the vibrant communities in the North, such as Pulau Ubin.

One can rent a 2D1N yacht Singapore for their maritime explorations — who needs an exciting one hour sail when you discover sailing Asia via your multi-day getaway.

Explore the southern Islands on the first day

You started your 30-minute journey to the Southern Islands from ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove. Go around and start your exciting sail by Island hopping around the Southern Islands.

1.       Kusu Island

One of Singapore’s Southern Islands, Kusu Island is situated about 5.6 kilometres south of the main island. In Chinese, the word “Kusu” means “Tortoise” or “Turtle.” In Malay, the name of the island is Pulau Tembakul meaning Peak Island.

This island, which was once two small outcrops on a reef, was expanded and developed into an 85,000 square meter island resort.

Things to do:

Temple Visit

On Kusu Island, there are currently three Malay “kramats” and a Chinese temple. Numerous tortoises are housed in the nearby Tortoise Sanctuary.


This island is well known for its quiet landscapes, immaculate beaches, and lagoons.

2.       Lazarus Island

Lazarus Island, also known as Pulau Sekijang Pelepah, is connected to St. John’s island by a causeway and is one of Singapore’s Southern Islands. Numerous tourists visit Lazarus Island to take advantage of the C-shaped lagoon’s spotless, white, and sandy beach. It has also been referred to as one of the forgotten islands and one of Singapore’s best-kept secrets.

Things to do:


The finest area to obtain the ideal tan line on your beach body is this lagoon and enjoy the cool ocean breeze.


Swimming here should not be missed because it is one of Singapore’s top beaches. (No guards are on duty.)

3.       St John’s Island

St. John’s Island, formerly Pulau Sakijang Bendera, is one of Singapore’s Southern Islands. It is situated around 6.5 kilometers south of Singapore’s main island. Both inhabitants and visitors like their vacations on St. John’s island. People who wish to just get away from Singapore’s concrete jungle for a half-day are drawn to the island’s rural atmosphere and undeveloped location.

Things to do:

Outdoor Recreation

This 40.5-acre mountainous island was turned into a peaceful retreat in 1975, complete with swimming lagoons, beaches, picnic areas, and hiking trails.


Fishing at a slow pace is highly popular on St. John’s Island!

4.       Sisters Island

Two of Singapore’s southern islands are referred to as Sisters’ Islands. Big Sister’s Island and Little Sister’s Island are the names of the two islands.

Big Sister’s Island, known in Malay as Pulau Subar Laut, is around 39,000 square meters in size and faces the ocean. Little Sister’s Island, also known as Pulau Subar Darat, has a size of around 17,000 m2 and faces the mainland.

The two islands are separated by a narrow canal. This canal shouldn’t be used by swimmers or divers since the currents are quite dangerous.

Things to do

Water activities

There is an array of marine life on Sister Island’s coast which is observable by diving. Furthermore, other water activities such as Paddle boarding are available too if you are slightly hydrophobic!

Food on board the yacht!

After spending hours in the heat, you will get hungry. Two meals each day are included in the 2D1N sail-cation. Once following the night docking, and once for breakfast the following morning. There are an array of food choices on the Yacht so be prepared to bring your empty stomachs along for the ride!

Also, enjoy the beautiful sunset while you are enjoying your dinner on board!

Northern Islands Explore on day two!

1.       Pulau Ubin

Pulau Ubin, the second-largest island in Singapore, is evocative of Singapore in the 1960s; don’t expect to see any shopping centres or skyscrapers here!

Today, visitors come to Pulau Ubin to take advantage of its pristine vegetation and outdoor activities. The island was formerly used for agricultural farming and granite quarrying.

Things to do:

Visit the Historic House No. 1

Visit the Chek Jawa Visitor Center at Historic House No. 1 on Pulau Ubin.

Pulau Ubin House No. 1, a classic Tudor-style home with the coolest mailing address in Singapore, has received conservation status.

With panels outlining the house’s history and the biodiversity of Chek Jawa, it is presently used as a visitor centre. This property, which is said to be among the last in Singapore to retain an original working fireplace, has now had the fireplace boarded up since a family of bats decided to make it their new home.

For a birds-eye perspective of the area, ascend Jejawi Tower.

Guide to the Jejawi Tower View Chek Jawa from Pulau Ubin

A huge Jejawi tree at the beginning of Chek Jawa’s Mangrove Loop provided the idea for the name of the observation tower nearby. Seven-story Jejawi Tower provides spectacular views of the ocean and forest.


For those with a sense of adventure, this unusual staycation is a fantastic choice, especially if you want something other than hotels in the city. Even though it was only a brief vacation, it seemed like an international adventure and a good break from the city life with a yacht getaway.

Plan your upcoming staycation on a Southern Island. Get a private yacht and go sailing with your closest friends. Imagine a boat gently rocking in the middle of the ocean, while you leave your bustling city life behind!

For you and four additional companions, you might choose a larger yacht for an overnight yacht party.

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