To the south of Singapore Strait, one of the world’s oldest and most important waterways, you will discover the small tropical island of Penyengat. This island, which was the seat of the former Malay Kingdom, preserves many remnants from its glorious past. You’ll be able to admire the ruins of the former palace and royal tombs. The fishing villages and their houses on stilts are reminiscent of the rich maritime tradition of this people, who once lived like “sea nomads”. The island’s inhabitants will reserve their warmest welcome for you, accompanied by the sound of their traditional music, and you’ll have the opportunity to attend a wedding ceremony and discover the great riches of their ancestral customs.