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Originally a fishing village, Singapore is now one of the world’s most advanced metropolises. Nowadays, it can be hard to connect the city state with its beginnings. Go out on a fishing boat, though, and you get a unique view of this small but bustling country. Fishing in Singapore gets you face to face with saltwater predators and freshwater gamefish alike—and introduces you the wild side of this regulated and well-ordered society. 
 
Perched at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, Singapore is made up of one large main island (Pulau Ujong) and 62 small islets. The local landscape is famous for its high rise buildings and perfectly manicured parks. But get out on the water, and you’ll be able to see a whole new story. Even today, you can still find yourself fishing and cruising past ‘kelongs,’ traditional wooden fishing huts on stilts. Bring your favorite rod and reel combo, and get ready to explore. 

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Most Singapore fishing trips focus on bottom fishing or drifting around the coral reefs and shipwrecks. In general, the bottom fish bite is the most rewarding, although there are some surprises to be had on topwater, too. Look out for big Queensland Gropers, Parrotfish, Coral Trout, and Golden Snapper (Fingermark Bream). 
 
With all these islands to play with, it’s no surprise that mangroves and estuaries play a big role in the local angling scene. These produce nice catches of Barramundi and Mangrove Jack, perfect for cooking up after a long day on the water. At the same time, there are several species of Trevally around (including the prestigious GT), as well as big Queenfish, both of which will give even the most experienced anglers a run for their money.  
 
Inland, Peacock Bass and Snakehead are the exotic stars of the show. These freshwater thugs are always ready to wreak havoc on the island nation’s normally calm and disciplined lifestyle.
 
If your sights are set a little less high, you can still have a go at fishing, right at the other end of the spectrum. ‘Longkang’ fishing—the traditional practice of kids using small nets to catch even smaller fish—is an angling family’s dream come true. Although the name comes from the Malay word for ‘drain,’ this fun activity takes place in designated fishing ponds, perfect for getting kids hooked on fishing—and having a great time splashing around in the water.
 

Fishing spots in Singapore

Sentosa Island

One of Singapore’s Southern Islands, the waters around Sentosa are the perfect starting point for a local fishing trip. Expect a variety of reef fish, including the prolific Indo-Pacific Sergeant, Wrasses, and Damselfish. Mix it up by casting topwater lures for Queenfish in the outer harbor. Fishing on the island itself is prohibited, so hire a fishing charter to get the most out of the action.
 

Pulau Pawai and Pulau Sudong 

Fishing Singapore’s Southern Islands gets better the further south you go. Stop by to fish the waters near Pawai and Sudong, and you’ll see what we mean. Look out for Golden Snappers, Giant Groupers, all sorts of Trevallies, Parrotfish, and big Spanish Flag Snappers. Keep an eye open for Indian Threadfin, Trevallies, and Queenfish, too. Just make sure you don’t dock here: these islands are owned by the Singapore Armed Forces and access is prohibited. 
 

Pulau Ubin and Pulau Tekong

While we can’t argue with the fact that most of the fishing charter action happens to the south of the mainland, there are some excellent fishing spots in the north, too. If Barramundi’s on your list, this should be your number one destination. Golden Snappers and Groupers are also on the menu, which is just as well, as this is one of the best parts of the country to get your catch cooked on a floating restaurant after your trip. Best of all, the fishing here is available almost right from the start of your trip, so even families and beginners taking a half day excursion will have plenty of time to bend a rod. 
 

Freshwater fishing

Our top recommendation for freshwater fishing is the crystal clear waters of Bedok Reservoir. This is one of the best places in the area to catch the exotic Peacock Bass, known locally as the ‘Emperor Fish’. Its yellow color is reminiscent of royalty in these parts, and its big black tail spot conjures up images of a king’s ‘seal of approval.’ One of the few places this fish lives outside of its native Amazon waters, Singapore attracts anglers from far and wide to battle this explosive fish. 
 

Deep sea fishing

There’s a lot of fishing pressure all around Singapore, meaning local anglers will make the 5-hour drive up to Malaysia in order to sample the best deep sea fishing. Here, they fish from Kuala Rompin, where the Sailfish action is some of the best in the world.

Singapore Fishing Tips

  • Fishing in Singapore is all about corals, so everything you do will revolve around avoiding the dreaded ‘sangkut’ (snagging). Most charters have their own way of getting around this, and will give you expert tuition on the best local secrets for drift fishing over coral and rock formations for the local heavyweights: Parrotfish, Grouper, Triggerfish, and Snapper.

  • It’s common to go bottom fishing at night for Grouper—while these trips are usually longer and more expensive, they pay off in terms of the quality and quantity of the catch.

  • If you’re looking for more of a challenge, practice jigging for Queenfish and Trevally. If you hang out with enough local fishing ‘kakis,’ you’ll probably hear them talking about Madai jigging. This technique imitates an octopus moving along the bottom of the sea and can be ruthlessly effective.

  • Looking for the most genuine experience out there? Don’t miss trying traditional handline fishing around the reefs. This will test you to the limit!

Need to know

Where you can fish on Singapore’s islands is strictly controlled. Look out for ‘designated fishing areas’—if you fish in a ‘no fishing’ area, you risk a hefty fine. For instance, it is not allowed to fish on Singapore’s popular Coney Island (Pulau Serangoon). 
 
Artificials are your only option for freshwater fishing in Singapore’s reservoirs: using natural bait may result in a fine of up to $3000. It's also not allowed to fly fish in most areas. 
 
Singapore fishing charters do not typically provide fishing gear for their customers, although some may have some you can use for a nominal rental fee. Bait may or may not be provided for you. You do not need to purchase a fishing license. 
 
If all these regulations are a bit much to comprehend, don’t worry: English is the official language here so you won’t have trouble asking the locals to help you understand what you can and can’t do. So just pack your bags and get ready to catch some fish!
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Enero

January is right in the middle of Singapore’s monsoon season. This means rain—and a lot of it. Most charters are not fishing the regional waters but you do still find great night fishing trips in the Southern Islands.

Febrero

The country’s getting excited about Chinese New Year celebrations. If you can tear a charter guide away from their friends and family, expect lots of Snappers and Groupers, and you may get a Mackerel, too.

Marzo

March means one thing in Singapore: the beginning of spring. The northeast monsoon season is over, so expect consistently warm temperatures matched with red hot fishing. Look for Mackerel, Grouper, Snappers, and more.

Abril
The fishing is on top form, with Mackerel, Barracuda, Grouper, Parrot Fish, Coral Trout and many more on the cards over reefs and wrecks. Giant Trevally, Queenfish, and Barramundi are also brightening up the day.
Mayo
The excellent fishing continues: show off your skills at the Raffles Marina Boat Fishing Competition. This is one of the best times of the year to catch Barramundi.
Junio
As always, the weather is hot in Singapore. Don’t let that put you off though, as Golden Snapper and Barramundi are being caught by the dozen. Get your catch cooked at a floating restaurant and enjoy your time by the cooling water.
Julio
Expect a diverse bite around the Southern Islands at this time of year. Coral Trout, Groupers, Snappers, Sweetlips, Perch, Bream, Parrot fish, and Trevallies are all on the chew. Can’t decide what to target? We don’t blame you!
Agosto
If you’re looking to add a new fish to your list of species, head to the Southern Islands for Spanish Flag Snapper. This is also a good time of year for Parrotfish. On land, there may be a haze from Indonesian bushfires.
Septiembre
Just in case there wasn’t already enough variety for you, Cobia’s in town. These big fish can put up a good fight—and even better eating. This is also peak season for big Parrotfish.
Octubre
September’s excellent fishing continues, with Spanish Flag Snappers, Bream, Parrotfish and Golden Snapper all making up the to-catch list.
Noviembre
Make the most of the excellent bottom fishing before monsoon season sets in. This is prime time for Grouper fishing around the Southern Islands.
Diciembre
Monsoon season starts up, bringing with it strong North winds. If this doesn’t stop you heading out, expect to find Spanish Flag Snappers and Coral Trout. Sagais (Trevally) are also biting well.

Singapur Calendario de Pesca

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Fishing on boat is a great experience, better chance to catch bigger fish than fishing on the beach or jetty. Give a try.
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Fishing on boat is a great experience, better chance to catch bigger fish than fishing on the beach or jetty. Give a try.
Dannie  H.
Dannie H. Singapore
Being a local Singaporean, this is a good way to explore more about what Singapore can offer besides the shopping and eating on mainland :)
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Being a local Singaporean, this is a good way to explore more about what Singapore can offer besides the shopping and eating on mainland :)
Gladwyn  T.
Gladwyn T. Singapore
I was told by the captain that the larger fish will tend to come into Singapore from Sep to Nov. There is a lot of marine traffic so the fishing area is relatively limited.
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I was told by the captain that the larger fish will tend to come into Singapore from Sep to Nov. There is a lot of marine traffic so the fishing area is relatively limited.
Philip  Y.
Philip Y. Singapore
Bring sunblock, be kind to the guide and fish only what you need as Singapore is not a famous fishing ground. Go for kayak fishing fever to experience a whole new side of fishing! and to support the local young man and his passion!
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Bring sunblock, be kind to the guide and fish only what you need as Singapore is not a famous fishing ground. Go for kayak fishing fever to experience a whole new side of fishing! and to support the local young man and his passion!
Denise  A.
Denise A. Rocklea, Queensland
It's really hot which makes the waters warm. So the fishes are definitely biting!
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It's really hot which makes the waters warm. So the fishes are definitely biting!
FishingBooker Member
FishingBooker Member Beechboro, Western Australia
Drift fishing while working the bottom with lures and bait is the most effective method of offshore fishing in Singapore
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Drift fishing while working the bottom with lures and bait is the most effective method of offshore fishing in Singapore
Singapore  F.  C.
Singapore F. C. Singapore, 01
Yes! Singapore is a great place to year round, the season and weather stays pretty much the same. I heard there is a monsoon season near the end of the year
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Yes! Singapore is a great place to year round, the season and weather stays pretty much the same. I heard there is a monsoon season near the end of the year
FishingBooker Member
FishingBooker Member Singapore, Central Singapore Community Development Council
You got to take a boat out and fish around structures or reefs. The areas around jetties are barren from overfishing and Singapore does not a recreational fishing body that ensures there are fish for recreational purpose. You can cram onto a boat with 10 other people or try kayak fishing (see Fever.sg for my review, highly recommend it).
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You got to take a boat out and fish around structures or reefs. The areas around jetties are barren from overfishing and Singapore does not a recreational fishing body that ensures there are fish for recreational purpose. You can cram onto a boat with 10 other people or try kayak fishing (see Fever.sg for my review, highly recommend it).
FishingBooker Member
FishingBooker Member Wembley, Western Australia

Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing charter in Sentosa
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 97 reviews
Absolutely brilliant. Ron was incredible. We couldn’t have wished for a better teacher or charter. We would highly recommend. Ron went above and beyond what was expected of him and my wife and I had a truly memorable experience. We were complete beginners before this trip but learnt so much without being overwhelming. Oh and the fish tasted wonderful too!!
Charlie  A.
Charlie A. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
The fishing trip was brilliant, capIn Gliston ans his mate were professional and good fun to be with, court so.e fish, wnt to ams Island for a swim, and a great day had by all. I would highly recommend to anyone who wants a good fun day on the sea
Steve  A.
Steve A. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
It was a great day out for our friend's bachelor party, we brought a bunch of beers and our hopes (as beginner anglers) for a good catch out to sea, and were rewarded! The weather was windy in the afternoon with strong currents, but with the expertise of captain Gali and Aaron, we were shown how to drop the lure, feel the seabed and identify when a fish was nipping at us. Highly recommended and will definitely do this again!
Naroth  M.
Naroth M. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
We had a fantastic morning with Capt Gali and his crew for my son's 11th birthday. My son and a couple of his friends hadn't been fishing before but Capt Gali was very patient and excellent at teaching them how to use the bait and fishing rod. The boys were super excited to catch 2 fish almost straight away! Wonderful morning and memory and Capt Gali was a pleasure to co-ordinate with. He even extended the trip to see if they boys could catch any more fish. Thank you Capt Gali!
Jane  M.
Jane M. Singapore
Seamylife Charter
Seamylife Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 30 reviews
Tiger is a very hospitable and knowledgeable captain. He is familiar with all the fishing spots and would advise us on what to do. We definitely enjoyed the fishing trip with him and would recommend others as well.
Huai  S.  G.
Huai S. G. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
We had an enjoyable fishing trip.. captain Gally was always cheerful and crew Aaron was helpful too. Mostly beginners in fishing.. we had quite a number of catch albeit the rain as Capt make sure to change fish area.. Overall we had an exciting day out and fully recommend Thanks Cap ..see you again soon.
Jules  S.
Jules S. Singapore
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing charter in Sentosa
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 97 reviews
Fun, safe, professional …. Excellent experience ! Thanks to Captain Ron and his team.
Lya  G.
Lya G. Singapore
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing charter in Sentosa
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 97 reviews
Great day on sea, crew is very hospitable and helpful. Will definitely repeat it shortly. I would recommend 6 hours as min package to try different places and enjoy the trip
Igor  S.
Igor S. Singapore
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing charter in Sentosa
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 97 reviews
The captain and crew were really friendly and helpful. We stopped at many spots but unfortunately the fish were not biting that day. Also, 2/3 of the way through the trip, we had to return due to heavy rain. As a result we only caught one fish...a little disappointed but at least we got to eat that fish for dinner! Better luck next time! Captain Ron was kind enough to give us a few other fish they caught the night before as consolation prizes. Lol! Aye Aye, Captain Ron!
Vivian  L.
Vivian L. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
We are a family of 4, 2 adults with 2 children aged 6 and 9. We all had a great time with Capt Gali and Aaron. It was the kids' first fishing experience! Aaron helped my son catch 2 big Sweet lips, he was so proud! Excellent experience !
Leslie  C.
Leslie C. Singapore
Singapore Fishing Charter (Sentosa)
Singapore Fishing Charter (Sentosa)
Fishing charter in Singapore
4.7 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 19 reviews
Very friendly and helpful crew, explained where we were going, why, types of fish that were running etc., very nice day out.
Mary  P.
Mary P. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
We had a 4 hour afternoon trip with Captain Galli and it was very enjoyable. Would highly recommend.
Elliott  S.
Elliott S. Haymarket, NSW
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
It was a great day out on the water with captain Galiston and he’s deckhand.would definitely recommend my friends to book with the captain if they ever want to go fishing,very knowledgeable and a good man to talk to regarding fishing.
Gary  B.
Gary B. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
Had a great day! Had a wonderful assistant. Both were patient with young kids and tangled lines. Not the best weather but caught couple of edible fish. Would definitely go with him again!
Joy  H.
Joy H. Singapore
Seamylife Charter
Seamylife Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 30 reviews
Had a wonderful day fishing. Enjoyed being out at sea. The boat was very well kept and clean, the captain was very friendly and helpful! Definitely will be going again.
Annabel  T.
Annabel T. Singapore
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing charter in Sentosa
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 97 reviews
Ron was great. Really helpful and fun to spend time with. Weather wasn’t great on our day but we still managed to catch though his local knowledge and persistence.
Martin  C.
Martin C. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
We did a half day with Captain Galiston. Very friendly and nice with children. Highly recommended! Thank you!
Alan  B.
Alan B. Singapore
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing with Cpt Ron
Fishing charter in Sentosa
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 97 reviews
We had an excellent time with Capt. Ron! The communication was great before the trip and the day was fun for my husband and I- felt good to take a break from the city. There was a cooler on board and all the fishing equipment. We even took a little swim at St. John's. Very relaxing!
Katie  W.
Katie W. Singapore
Seamylife Charter
Seamylife Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 30 reviews
Excellent boat captain who is very friendly and encouraging. Took extra effort to allow us to fish many different spots around the area. Even extended the fishing trip as the bite rate was not very good on the day. Would recommend!
Hanson  W.
Hanson W. Singapore
Boat Charter
Boat Charter
Fishing charter in Singapore
5.0 Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent Excellent 58 reviews
Couldn’t have asked for a better trip. Captain Galliston was both accommodating and nice. Caught many fish even big ones as well. Good day out at sea with great weather. Me and my group of 6 friends couldn’t be happier. Advice for future bookers 1) bring passport or IC only, customs doesn’t accept anything’s else 2) live bait works best 3) Singapore waters aren’t the clearest for swimming, nonetheless still good for a dip 4) there is a greater success rate in numbers Thank you captaain!!
Gabriel  T.
Gabriel T. Advance, IN

FAQs about Fishing Charters in Singapore

To give you an idea of how much a fishing trip in Singapur costs, the average price for a 4 hour private trip is $448, while an 8 hour private trip will cost you $604. These prices are based on trips booked on our site recently.

Prices will vary depending on trip length, fishing technique, as well as the type and size of the boat you booked. However, to give you an indication, the average boat size in Singapore is 35 ft and the most common vessel type is a Offshore sport fishing.

According to customer reviews, Seamylife Charter, Singapore Fishing Charter (Sentosa), and Boat Charter are some of the most popular fishing charters in Singapore. Full list of top fishing charters in Singapore.

Singapore Fishing Charter (Sentosa) and Boat Charter received great reviews from families who booked fishing trips in Singapore.

The best way to experience fishing in Singapore is to book a private charter with a licensed fishing guide. See the full list of charters available for online booking here: List of fishing charters in Singapore.

The most popular fish species you can target are Snapper (Red Emperor), Grouper (Goliath), and Barracuda (Great). Top fishing techniques include pesca de fondo, equipo ligero, and jigging. Offshore fishing, reef fishing, and wreck fishing are commonly offered by local guides.

Monsoon season starts up, bringing with it strong North winds. If this doesn’t stop you heading out, expect to find Spanish Flag Snappers and Coral Trout. Sagais (Trevally) are also biting well. Check availability for local fishing charters in Singapore.