One Tree Island is the island on the southernmost part of Singapore's territory. Covering 1.3 hectares, it is also known in Malay as Pulau Satumu. Located on the Singapore Straits, it is to the south of Violin Island. It is off limits to casual visitors.
The only feature on One Tree Island is the Raffles Lighthouse. It was built in 1854 using granite quarried from Pulau Ubin. The lighthouse was named after Stamford Raffles, the founder of modern Singapore.
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If you're planning a trip to Singapore any time soon, let me help you make your preparations. First of all, here's a list of my most useful pages, to help you plan your trip:
Next, you might want to prepare money for your trip. The currency used in Singapore is the Singapore dollar. The following are the latest rates in the last 24 hours.
While traveling independently provides freedom, using a tour operator provides convenience and comfort, not to mention the opportunity to experience things that have been pre-arranged for you. A tour provider that I could recommend is Exotissimo Travel. Finally, you might want to view some of travel books to give you more knowledge of Singapore ahead of your visit. Here are some books you can get directly from Amazon.