What a fantastic day, although very hot, it was very enjoyable and we saw parts of Singapore that tourists may not normally get to. Pulau Ubin must be like Singapore of old was, water, fishing boats, jungle - a real contrast the city across the water.
The kayaking was not too difficult at all and fine for beginners and older people like me and my husband. I could put my feet in the water to cool off! Any water splashes were welcome. Daniel and Ethan were highly organised and looked after our group perfectly, giving us the safety low down, outfitting us with life vests and kayaks, teaching the way paddle, taking us on our kayak route and waiting for any kayakers who were a bit slower. As well as kayaking, we visited a little shrine on the land, then hopped back in our kayaks and returned to the starting point. Probably 2.5 to 3 hours on the water all up. Wildlife - We saw a few sea-eagles, including one with a fish that it had caught. We followed our morning with a lovely lunch at the restaurant next door to the kayak building, recommended by the guides.
I found out about this through SingapoRewards via the Visit Singapore website, and if you satisfy the conditions, you might be eligible for a free tour (there's loads on offer), I chose this as it sounded fun and I wanted to visit Pulau Ubin anyway. It was a great choice.