Natural Hideaway off Singapore's coast

For years, St. John’s Island was off-limits.
Local authorities used this tropical hideaway, around 6,5 kilometres off the Singapore coastline, as a quarantine hub for travellers across the globe.
Nowadays, this pristine, off the beaten track island is a wonderful getaway where hiking trails, beaches and other activities define a new, leisurely means of using its scenic grounds.

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