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Singapore to Malacca Town

 Forest City looking east
Forest City looking east to 2nd link bridge to Singapore | Photo by Bill O’Leary
Forest City & Tanjung Piai Maritime Industrial Park Reclamations

In the west Johor Strait, between Singapore and Malaysia are the upcoming and controversial ten square kilometres of reclaimed land of Forest City and the early stages of the planned fourteen square kilometres reclamation of Tanjung Piai Maritime Industrial Park.

Forest City is a high-rise residential project of four separate islands just a mile southwest of the Malaysia Singapore Tuas 2nd Link Bridge running to the entrance channel of Port of Tanjung Pelepas (PTP) Commercial Port.

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KUKUP CHANNEL & KUKUP ISLAND NATIONAL PARK

10 miles from Singapore

KUKUP CHANNEL & PULAU KUKUP NATIONAL PARK 1°19.532N, 103°26.378E

Shelter can be found between Kukup Island and Kampung Air Masin stilted fishing village anywhere in the deep basin away from the dozens of floating fish farms.

Approaching from the south, pass the Kukup outer flashing lateral green and white special light on starboard to avoid the 1-metre soft mud bank. Anchor anywhere in the calmer areas adjacent the Lateral Red light off the Pulau Kukup National Park signs at the edge of the mangroves.

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PULAU PISANG

22 miles from Singapore

PULAU PISANG. 1°27.735N, 103°15.896E

Pulau Pisang belongs to Malaysia but the lighthouse and road leading to it were built in 1914 and because of a controversial, albeit long-standing agreement remain administered by Singapore’s Marine and Ports Authority (MPA).

Anchorage can be found south of the jetty on the 2-metre bank of thick mud. In southwest swell, reasonable shelter can be found just to the north of Pulau Sauh on mud at °28.481N, 103°16.206E1. For shelter from the northeast fetch, park just south of Pulau Tunda anywhere around 1°27.891N, 103°14.464E1.

Passage is possible between the islands at all tides for vessels drawing less than 2.5 metres. Ashore a track leads from the jetty to the historic lighthouse.

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