This is a list of islands of Singapore in 1942. Massive land reclamation work over the past centuries has removed many of Singapore's natural islands and islets and has created a few new ones. At present, Singapore has over 60 islands, as listed below.

Natural islands

Used Islands
Pulau Serangoon (Coney Island)
Sentosa (formerly Pulau Belakang Mati)
Pulau Tekong
Pulau Ubin
Singapore (Pulau Ujong)
Pulau Tembakul (Kusu Island/Peak Island)
Unused Islands
Pedra Branca
Pulau Anak Bukom/Pulau Anak Bukum
Pulau Bajau - within Poyan Reservoir
Pulau Berkas
Pulau Biola (Violin Island)
Pulau Brani
Pulau Buaya - off Jurong Island
Pulau Bukom/Pulau Bukum
Pulau Bukom Kechil
Pulau Buloh - off the Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Pulau Busing
Pulau Damar Laut - off Jurong
Pulau Damien - off Pulau Tekong
Pulau Hantu (Ghost Island)
Pulau Jong (Junk Island)
Pulau Keppel
Pulau Ketam - off Pulau Ubin
Pulau Khatib Bongsu
Pulau Malang Siajar - off Pulau Tekong
Pulau Palawan - off Sentosa
Pulau Pawai
Pulau Pergam - off Lim Chu Kang
Pulau Renggis - off Sentosa
Pulau Sakijang Bendera (Saint John's Island)
Pulau Sakijang Pelepah (Lazarus Island)
Pulau Salu
Pulau Samulun - off Jurong
Pulau Sarimbun - off Lim Chu Kang
Pulau Satumu (One Tree Island)
Pulau Sebarok (Middle Island)
Pulau Seking
Pulau Sekudu (Frog Island) - off Pulau Ubin
Pulau Seletar
Pulau Selugu (Sarong Island)
Pulau Semakau
Pulau Senang (Barn Island)
Pulau Seringat
Pulau Seringat Kechil
Pulau Subar Darat (Sisters' Islands)
Pulau Subar Laut (Sisters' Islands)
Pulau Sudong
Pulau Tekukor - off Sentosa
Pulau Ular - off Pulau Bukom
Pulau Unum - off Pulau Tekong
Sultan Shoal

Artificial islands

Used Islands
Jurong Island
Chinese Garden - in Jurong Lake
Coral Island - in Sentosa Cove
Paradise Island - in Sentosa Cove
Pearl Island - in Sentosa Cove
Pulau Punggol Barat
Pulau Punggol Timor
Japanese Garden - in Jurong Lake
Sandy Island - in Sentosa Cove
Treasure Island - in Sentosa Cove

Former islands

Former Islands
Christmas Island - sovereignty transferred to Australia in 1957[1]
Pulau Saigon - along Singapore River (added to the southern bank of the Singapore River in the late 20th century)
Terumbu Retan Laut - now part of Pasir Panjang Container Terminal of the main island.


  1. ^ Alan., Kerr, (2009). A federation in these seas : an account of the acquisition by Australia of its external territories. Australia. Attorney-General's Department. Barton, A.C.T.: Attorney General's Dept. ISBN 1921241721. OCLC 435419961.