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Experts say leisure travel may not resume till mid-2021, but are you really willing to risk it? After all, the possibility of contracting the virus is still very real, and without a tested vaccine, it’s hard to put aside concerns of being hospitalised in a foreign land. This is why we’re taking the time to explore Singapore, one island at a time. No, we’re not talking about Sentosa or the dreaded Pulau Tekong. These balmy islands make for a short day trip out of the city’s bustling crowds, and they are perfect for a quiet picnic by the beach, sans the people and the trash. Who knows, you might even be able to learn something new about Singapore’s history and maritime animals too.

Pulau Ubin

Home to one of Singapore’s last kampongs, Pulau Ubin is a great place for some Vitamin-D injected physical activity. Besides a