Ferries to Singapore
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Where can I get the Ferry to Singapore?

There are currently an abundance of options for where you can get the ferry to Singapore, meaning you don’t have to worry about choosing only one port for your route. You can get a ferry from Batam to Singapore, as well as a ferry from Bintan, Great Karimun Island, or from mainland Malaysia. This wide variety of options means that it has never been easier to book a ferry to Singapore.

With so many different routes to choose from, you have a wide pick of times of when you can get a ferry to Singapore. Indeed, there are currently 81 daily ferries from Batam alone, with around 104 ferries from Bintan Island weekly, 14 ferries from Great Karimun Island weekly, and 18 ferries weekly from Malaysia. To find the perfect time for your ferry, check our routes now.

Again, the variety of routes on offer means that there are many different sail times for all the different ferries – however, due to the close proximity of all the different ports, sail times usually vary between 30 minutes to 2 hours, so no matter what route you pick, you’ll be in Singapore in no time at all.

Prices for the ferries to Singapore vary between routes and times of year, so it is recommended that you use our helpful fare finder tool so you can find the perfect route and ticket price for your ferry experience to Singapore.

Most popular questions

Which ferries travel to Singapore?

Ferries to Singapore:
  • Bandar Bentan Telani
  • Batam Centre
  • Sekupang
  • Tanjung Balai
  • Waterfront
  • Tanjung Pinang
  • Harbour Bay
  • Nongsapura
  • Desaru
  • Tanjung Pengelih
  • Marina South Pier
  • St John’s Island
  • Kusu Island

What are the ferry ports in Singapore?

Singapore Ferry Ports:
  • Tanah Merah
  • HarbourFront Centre
  • St John’s Island
  • Marina South Pier
  • Kusu Island

Can you take pets on the ferry to Singapore?

No, pets are not permitted on ferries to Singapore.

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