Island hop from S’pore to Kusu Island while enjoying afternoon tea onboard this ferry ride

Kueh & Kusu.
Flamingo Travel - Kueh and Kusu ferry interior

If you fancy a little island-hopping with your afternoon tea, you’re in for a treat. Sindo Ferry, the largest ferry operator in Singapore, is now offering an Afternoon Tea Experience (S$60) onboard a ferry en route to Kusu Island.

And if you’re still holding on to your SingapoRediscovers Vouchers (SRV), you’d be happy to know this activity is SRV eligible.

Afternoon tea experience to Kusu Island

Apart from Sentosa and Pulau Ubin, Singapore also has islands like St John’s Island and Kusu Island that Singaporeans can explore.

Called Kueh & Kusu, this activity will not only take you on a trip to Kusu Island, but also make it slightly more enticing.

That’s because passengers will be served a 3-tier afternoon tea set while the ferry travels along Singapore’s Marina Coastline.

Here’s what you can expect:

3-tier afternoon tea set

Passengers will be served an afternoon tea set comprising of a fresh selection of halal-certified sandwiches, mini pastries and delicate kueh-kueh and cakes. Free flow hot tea will also be served.

Afternoon tea experience on a ferry
Via Sindo Ferry/Flamingo Travel
The afternoon tea menu
Via Sindo Ferry/Flamingo Travel/Klook

Garden-themed interior

The boat’s seating has also been reconfigured into to a diner-like setting, with floral centrepieces on every table to give off a garden-themed vibe.

Flamingo Travel - Kueh and Kusu ferry interior
Via Sindo Ferry/Flamingo Travel/Klook

Picturesque trip along the Marina Coastline and Sentosa

The one hour cruise will take you along the Marina South Coast where you can see some of Singapore’s iconic landmarks with pre-recorded commentary, before the ferry drops you off at Kusu Island.

Flamingo Travel - Kueh and Kusu marina coastline sentosa
Via Sindo Ferry/Flamingo Travel/Klook

The boat’s upper deck is where you’ll find the best views as well as an opportunity to enjoy the crisp sea breeze.

Flamingo Travel - Kueh and Kusu ferry upper deck
Via Sindo Ferry/Flamingo Travel/Klook

Explore Kusu Island

Upon reaching Kusu Island, passengers can depart and explore the south of mainland Singapore which is home to interesting folkfore and myths, not to mention a mosque and a temple.

Kusu Island
Via Sindo Ferry/Flamingo Travel/Klook

Kusu literally means tortoise in Chinese, which explains the numerous tortoise sculptures on the island.

Kusu Island
Image from Singapore Island Cruise & Ferry Services

At the end of the hour, the ferry will depart back to mainland Singapore and arrive at Harbourfront Centre.

Detailed itinerary & must-knows

  • 13:40 Starts boarding at Harbourfront Centre, level 1
  • 14:00 Departs from Harbourfront Centre
  • 14:00-15:00 Dining and sightseeing
  • 15:00-16:00 Explore Kusu Island
  • 16:30 Arrives at Harbourfront Centre

The schedule is subject to change depending on traffic and weather conditions on your activity date.

All trips are on stringent time schedule and we cannot wait for late comers. No refunds for late comers or no-show.

Vaccination or Pre-event Testing (PET) is required.

Quick afternoon retreat


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If you’ve been seeking a short break for a while, this Afternoon Tea Experience seems promising.

Apart from getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city, you get to enjoy a little bit of sightseeing, a short time “overseas” and have a nice afternoon tea time while at it.

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