Excerpts from Waller (2001)
"Pulau Ubin also has one of only two Malay kampongs remaining in the Republic. This consists of houses strung along the south-eastern coastline, many of which are stilted. The mosque survives complete with its bedok (drum). A gaol with rusting iron bars has recently vanished, and many of the outlying houses are deserted or destroyed."
[Editor's note: This information is rather outdated since it was probably from more than 4-5 years ago. According to Sivasothi, "unfortunately, by mid-2001, the kampung was flattened and most of the residents resettled."]
Waller, Edmund (2001) "Landscape Planning in Singapore" (Singapore: Singapore University Press) pp.165-171