Address: Along Bedok Reservoir Road, north of Bedok New Town
Located next to Temasek Polytechnic, Bedok Reservoir is a favourite place for many to go jogging, cycling and most importantly, fishing. Make sure though, to only use artificial bait that doesn’t interfere with the reservoir water quality.
You can often fish for non-native fishes such as Armoured Sucker Catfish, Tarpon, African Walking Catfish and Peacock Bass. Be careful not to slip and fall into the reservoir though as there are some unfriendly fishes who might bite a chunk of you.
Address: Penjuru Road #01-01. Singapore 609159
Before the development of Jurong, the swamps around Sungei anda was a fertile ground for prawn farming and provided fresh water for the residential areas in the western region as well.
You can find many unique fishes here such as Belida, Guppy, Soon Hock, Tilapia and Mackerel which would make for excellent homemade meal!
Address: Along Lentor Avenue and Seletar West Link (Lower Seletar Reservoir)
Near the fishing deck at Rower’s Bay, Lower Seletar Reservoir is a popular fishing spot for those who enjoys freshwater fishing.
You can often catch marine life such as Stingray, Barramundi, Peacock Bass and Giant Snakehead.
Address: North Eastern Riverine Loop Park Connector Network, nearer to Punggol Promenade Nature Walk side
Situated along Serangoon Reservoir, it’s a favourite place for many to fish at. You can often find Flower Crabs and Sea Bass, so long as you fish at the right time when the tide is right.
Address: Kallang Riverside Park
You can enjoy the city landscape in the centre of Singapore with others fishing. Be sure to use artificial bait to not disturb the water quality again.
You can often find species of fishes such as the Hound Needlefish, Peacock Bass, Snubnose Pompano and Halfbeak.
Address: 64 Kallang Bahru, Kallang Bahru Ville
As part of the Clean Waters Programme, this was made over from the stretch of Kallgn River with a floating look-out decks and interactive water features. The Archimedes Screw and Water Wheel featured also help residents get closer to the waterbody thus easier to fish.
Address: 64 Kallang Bahru, Singapore 330064
MacRitchie is well known for its tree top walks and nature trails but it’s also popular among fishing enthusiasts for the rare amount of fishes present in the reservoir. So for anyone wanting to fish with other kind of activities, come down here for an outdoor adventure!
Address: 16 Old Upper Thomson Road Sembawang Hills Estate, Singapore 576214 Singapore
As the second reservoir in Singapore, it was previously known as Kallang River Reservoir where much marine life thrive. You can find all kind of biodiversity and aquatic life due to the undisturbed surroundings.
Address: 230 Stadium Boulevard, Kallang 39, Singapore
It’s a canal that cuts through the Dunman Road and Guillemard Road as an aesthetically pleasing waterway. Multiple shelters surrounds the area for joggers and fishers hence will be convenient place.
Address: 211 Paya Lebar Way, Singapore 536845
Linkage connecting to Kallang Park, passing through the industry estate, you can fish here in peace with joggers and cyclists passing by. Afterwards, you can dine nearby at Upper Boon Keng Food Centre and Circuit Road Food Centre as well!
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