I only speak for myself regarding the above mentioned subject.
Isn't hard to believe a Singaporean guy, who been living in the "tiny dot" for all his life since birth, yet to set a foot on Pulau Ubin?
Well, can't blame me for that as l am not available on weekends morning, which people been normally call it a "Family Outing Day".
Anyway, a rare opportunity was given and I hopped onto it, to the "last rustic bastion" of the Singapore which is being "destroyed" by tonnes of "concrete forestation".
The environmentalists managed to save the natural habitat of "Chek Jawa" (which is at the east side of the island) years ago from being "redevelop", but the general consensus is that with the numbers of tourists not coming in, who knows if they have other plans to change the outlook for the sake of "redevelopment" or "upgrading the facilities" to "suit the needs of current climate".