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Escape the crowds at this island resort

1000 Pulau Ubin Island T: 6542 6681 F: 6542 6166   reservations@celestialresort.com
http://www.celestialresort.com/

Celestial Resort

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Unless you’ve packed a tent Celestial Resort is the only place to stay on Pulau Ubin island and, in a surprising twist, is actually better than it looks online.

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Standard rooms are spacious with wooden furnishings and attached bathroom while duplexes are perfect for families with a bedroom on each floor and a living room for quality time. The on-site restaurant does good seafood but pack some snacks to fill your mini-fridge too. The resort has a private lagoon for swimming or fishing and makes a great base for exploring the island — once the daytrippers head home you’ll have it all to yourself. Rates include breakfast and peak on weekends and holidays.


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Walk-in rates at Celestial Resort

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
S$83
S$138
Family room
S$160
S$250
2 bedrooms plus living room, sleeps 4
Room: Standard double room, low season: S$83, high season S$138. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: S$160, high season S$250. Notes: 2 bedrooms plus living room, sleeps 4

Where is Celestial Resort

Celestial Resort
1000 Pulau Ubin Island
T: 6542 6681 F: 6542 6166  
reservations@celestialresort.com
http://www.celestialresort.com/
Room rates: S$80 to 150

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