The postman knows it as 79A Pulau Ubin on District 17. To folks living in Ubin, it's simply known as Ah Kok's house. "你要去Ah Kok的家？走这里, 这里, 过这里, 很快到." Located about 2km away from town centre, 79A directly faces Ketam Island. Living Fisher Village is the home of Uncle Ah Kok. His mom and other residents used to stay there but with the passage of time, uncle Ah Kok lives alone now.
What you see is what you get. The kampong house in its original incarnation albeit with a bright splash of paint with some tidying up here and there. All done by a group of volunteers who cares for Uncle Ah Kok ... and Ubin for what it represents.
Living Fisher Village is a good place to introduce children and younger generation of Singaporeans to authentic kampong life. A living legacy of our pioneers. As this is a residential house, don't expect a sanitised clean kampong house with pretty curated furniture and facilities. It is a home coexisting with nature. If you do visit Uncle Ah Kok's house, calibrate your expectations. There's no aircon, no wifi, no tourist counter with 'proper intro' of the place. What you do get is Uncle Ah Kok's hospitality ... he'll likely greet you with a gentle smile as you step, one moment in time, into his home with an open heart.