What to do in Kusu Island?Visit the Chinese Temple, Experience Singapore Skyline, Go For A Brisk Walk To See Reefs, Visit Tortoise Sanctuary, Kusu Island Ferry, Find Out the Marine Life, Swimming, Snorkeling and many more.
If you’re wondering what to do on Kusu Island, you’re in for some amazing experiences. Kusu Island can serve as a dynamic location to be in, for culture lovers to those searching for a relaxing day away from city life. Kusu Island, also known as "Tortoise Island" in Chinese, is an amazing retreat for tortoises and one must also visit the Tortoise Sanctuary over here.
Kusu Island dates from the 16th century and is a haven for devotees who wish to seek a temple visit when being on holiday by visiting the Da Bo Gong temple. People can also visit the Malay Shrine, and offer prayers and seek blessings. The ones who can’t miss working out can enjoy adventurous swimming, along with the other things to do on Kusu Island. The Kusu Island ferry takes you away from the city’s hustle to connect closer to nature.