bumboat


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a small boat that ferries supplies and commodities for sale to a larger ship at anchor

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A 45-minute taxi ride will take you from a five-star hotel to the small ferry station at Changi where, for just over pounds 1, you can hop on board a rickety, wooden bumboat.
In the afternoon the bumboat came off, laden with fresh provisions, and there was much checking and chaffering by the commissariat staff.
Taking a twilight bumboat down the Singapore River allows you to step back and take in the view of this architecturally eclectic city.
The first tour demonstrates the fusion of east and west in Singapore and features a 20-minute bumboat cruise on the Singapore River.
To fully experience the island, take a bumboat cruise along the Singapore River.
Produced, performed and recorded with Peter Gabriel, Zoometric, Bumboat and other notable musician
These are: Singapore Flyer, The Original Singapore Walks, Sentosa Island, one-way cable car ride to or from Sentosa Island, HiPPO River Cruise, Maritime Experiential Museum and Aquarium, MINT Museum of Toys, National Orchid Garden, Singapore River Bumboat Tour, Jurong BirdPark, Singapore Zoo, Chinatown Heritage Centre, The Battle Box at Fort Canning and Marina Bay Golf Course driving range; all worth at least $232.
PALM AND CALM: One of Pulau Ubin's tranquil beaches, just a short boat ride from SIngapore SKY'S THE LIMIT: Singapore's gleaming skyscrapers CROSSING TO PARADISE: Bob aboard the bumboat over to Pulau Ubin NO CHICKENING OUT: Tucking in to local fare QUIET SIDE OF SINGAPORE: Visit a city temple RIGHT ON RATTAN: Store on bustling Arab Street GREEN SKIES: Bob high up in a treetop walk
Singapore really comes to life at night, whether you are sat by the river or on board a bumboat to take in the atmosphere after dusk, marvelling at the towering illuminated skyscrapers dwarfing the colonial-era buildings below.
Catch a bumboat to explore Singapore's tiny islands