Kusu Island Chinese Temple
- Ticket Price: Free
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Quiet place to visit for pilgrimage.
An interesting temple located on Kusu Island, off Singapore's coastal waters. The temple is unique in the sense that there are statue of tortoises alongside the usual religious configurations, which is linked to the local myth of a life-saving tortoise. The thing is that besides the temple and the food shops which still operate on the island, there is not much leisure opportunities that lure people to the island, even more so due to the distance from the main island.
small temple inside a small island. not too crowded
The main reason why there is a temple here and why many older generations used to come here to pay respect is because in the old days this is the island where all the immigrants from overseas have to stop here for quarantine. Only healthy immigrants are allowed to take smaller boats moving on to the Singapore Island's Clifford Pier 紅燈碼頭
How else can you spend under 20.00 and feel like you left Singapore for a holiday. This is a no frills day trip. Pack a bag, maybe a picnic basket and lay on the sand beach; explore the temple and even get a bite to eat. The temple caretaker offers drinks and either fried rice or noodles. During festival times vendors set up proper food stands as well. Great for a chill family day away from the fast city.