Do you need a permit to fish in Singapore?

Anglers are required to pay for a rod licence and fishing permit, and submit a catch return application to tell authorities what they release. Dr Jeffrey Low, a senior manager at NParks’ coastal and marine branch of the National Biodiversity Centre, said “you need to be very precise with legislation and regulations”.

Fishing is allowed in the waters around Singapore, except in “No Take” zones, such as the Sisters’ Islands Marine Park, where fishing in any form is not allowed.

Where are you allowed to fish in Singapore?

8 Places to go Fishing on Singapore Shores

  • Bedok Jetty. This jetty is one of the most popular fishing spots of all time. …
  • Changi Beach. …
  • Changi Boardwalk. …
  • Breakwaters along East Coast Park. …
  • Punggol Point Jetty. …
  • Sembawang Park Jetty. …
  • Woodlands Waterfront Park Jetty. …
  • Labrador Jetty.

Is fishing allowed in lockdown Singapore?

Inland fishing, such as in reservoirs and waterways, is only allowed at designated sites, and the use of live bait is banned. The rules are enforced by PUB to ensure safety and water quality.

Where is the best place to fish?

6 of the best places in the world to fish

  • The Bahamas. Best for big game. …
  • Costa Rica. Best for variety. …
  • Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Best for Marlin. …
  • Sicily. Best for Mediterranean fishing. …
  • Scotland. Best for fly-fishing. …
  • Saint Lucia. Best in the Caribbean.
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Where can I catch freshwater fish in Singapore?

Freshwater Fishing in Singapore [Map]

  • Bedok Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • MacRitchie Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • Kranji Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • Lower Peirce Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • Lower Seletar Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • Upper Seletar Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • Serangoon Reservoir Fishing Ground.
  • Jurong Lake Fishing Ground.

How do I report illegal fishing in Singapore?

If you spot anyone fishing illegally, call the PUB hotline at 1800-2255-782.

Are picnics allowed in Singapore now?

Currently, eating or drinking in public places is not prohibited but you should only do so if it’s inconvenient to return home to eat. While social and recreation activities in parks are allowed for groups of 2, NParks has advised visitors against having picnics so as to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Are picnics allowed in Singapore?

Activities such as having picnics and recreational games will be permitted, in addition to exercises such as walking, running, static exercises, taichi and cycling. Visitors engaging in sports and physical exercises should observe the safe management measures as stipulated in the Sport Singapore guidelines.

What phase is Singapore in now?

gov.sg. (As of 20 July 2021) Return to Phase 2 (Heightened Alert) Measures.

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