is swimming & beaching at Kusu, St John, Sisters good?

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is swimming & beaching at Kusu, St John, Sisters good?

Post by rosborn » Sun, 19 Apr 2009 3:41 pm

hi - has anyone been to Kusu, St John, Sisters, Lazarus islands? Are they any good for beaching and swimming?...compared to say, Sentosa...?
Any info you can share would be much appreciated. Cheers

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Sun, 19 Apr 2009 11:07 pm

I thought only whales and porpoises beached? :P
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Post by QRM » Sun, 19 Apr 2009 11:22 pm

Anywhere is better to swim than Sentosa, doesn't this place have a water quality scale?

I know a number of travel guides advise against swimming there.

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Re: is swimming & beaching at Kusu, St John, Sisters go

Post by pixfirewall » Mon, 20 Apr 2009 12:42 pm

rosborn wrote:hi - has anyone been to Kusu, St John, Sisters, Lazarus islands? Are they any good for beaching and swimming?...compared to say, Sentosa...?
Any info you can share would be much appreciated. Cheers
Water condition is way better at St. John and Kusu Island. Water is clear compared to the water at Sentosa.

Nice place to go there if you want to spend your time. Due take note:
- Bring plenty of food and water if you wanna go there for a beach picnic.
- In St. John Island, there's no shops there to buy food and water so better bring your own provision.
- In Kusu Island, food and water is expensive so better bring your own.

Again, its a nice place to go there if you want to spend some peace and quiet.

checkout the link for more info:
http://www.singapore-travelogue.com/sin ... island.php


http://www.singapore-travelogue.com/sin ... island.php
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Re: is swimming & beaching at Kusu, St John, Sisters go

Post by jpatokal » Tue, 28 Apr 2009 5:15 pm

pixfirewall wrote: - In Kusu Island, food and water is expensive so better bring your own.
Last (and only) time I went to Kusu, there was nothing open -- AFAIK the stalls only open for the temple festivals.
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