Kusu Island is one of the Southern Islands in Singapore, located about 5.6 kilometres to the south of the main island of Singapore, off the Straits of Singapore. The word kusu also means flatulence in Tamil. From two tiny outcrops on a reef, the island was enlarged and transformed into an island holiday resort of 85,000 square metres.
We took a ferry at Marina South Pier and take a 30 minute ferry from marina south pier ferry station(2 minute walk from marina south pier metro station) to kusu island.
Along the journey
After 30 mins
This popular Chinese temple – Da Bo Gong 大伯公 or Tua Pek Kong (Grand Uncle). Built in 1923 by a wealthy businessman, the temple houses two main deities – the Da Bo Gong and Guan Yin 观音 (Goddess of Mercy). The former is highly regarded as having the power to confer prosperity, cure diseases, calm the sea and avert danger, while Guan Yin is known as the ‘giver of sons’.
Good bye Kusu Island.
Its a quiet place when off peak. The island is a very small relaxing island for friends and family.
Adult pricing is $18.