1 Pulau Ubin is a Tudor-style country house facing the Straits of Singapore and Changi Point in the distance. It was built in the 1930s as a retreat for the Chief Surveyor at the time, Langdon Williams. After the British left Singapore, the bungalow was taken over by a local family for use as a weekend house. It eventually came into public ownership in the 1990s.
To find out more about the country house, visit URA's My Conservation Portal.