Saturday, March 23, 2019

Singapore Prawning Pond Locations (updated in 2019)

Prawning rates are usually $30 to $36+ per 3 hrs and the only difference for some operators is whether they allow you to store your hours, split the 3 hrs into 2 rods. Promotions are available for many operators so have a look at their Facebook page or website. It's best to do your research on where has the most prawns and promotions for the period you are going at.

Operators, for advertisement purposes, please contact me at to update listing. For a basic introduction into Prawning, click here.

ATC Fishing Village (formerly Jurong Hill Prawning)

Address: 241, Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim (near Jurong Bird Park), The Village
Singapore 629143
Tel: 6265 8268

Hai Bin Prawning at Promenade Riverside Walk

Extremely nice place with good environment and lots of young folks.
Address: 6 Tebing Lane
Singapore 828835
Tel: 64478693

Prawning at Orto (former bottle tree park)

Address: #01-09 81 Lorong Chencharu, 769198
Tel: 6257 8858
Open 24 hours

Farm Mart Prawning

67 Sungei Tengah Rd , Singapore (699008)
Tel : 65 6767 0070, Fax: 65 6767 475, Email:

Prawning at Ah Hua Prawning and Fishing (formerly 1Ders)

10 Neo Tiew Lane 2
Facebook | +65 9125 2088
Open 24 hours daily

Pasir Ris Farmway 3 (Iwarna)
No. 70 Pasir Ris Farmway 3
Singapore 518234
Operating hours: 24 Hrs a day, 7 days a week.

Pasir Ris Park Prawning Pond (D Best Prawning)

1 Pasir Ris Drive 1, Pasir Ris Park
Tel: 6581 2123

East Coast Prawning

Address: 1020 East Coast Parkway (Next to Burger King), Singapore 449878
Opening Hours: 24/7
Tel: 6227 3330
Rates: Competitive(See their Website)

Hai Bin Sembawang

301 Canberra Road #01-08, 759774 Singapore
Tel: 6261 7226
24 hours


Anonymous said...

hey! there's a new prawning spot at yishun bottle tree park!

it's smack in between khatib and yio chu kan mrt station. if u take the train u can see it.

Anonymous said...

Bottle tree is expensive but not much prawn!!! Waste money n time..!!

Pure Simplicity said...

Teman Jurong pond is already closed down..

Nigel said...

Thanks boss...

Actually, i feel bottle tree actually has one of the biggest prawns in the whole of sg... but not much and pond is shallow

Anonymous said...

puggol prawning u have to pay for the pit and there is not much prawn also

Mosi said...

So which one is the best to go ??

Nigel said...

i think bishan is good... simply because it is crowded and can expect the prawns to be top up regularly

DevilsLocker said...

So any new location out ?

Anonymous said...

Big Splash (East Coast) is not bad except for the following that need improvement:

*Staff are quite rude
*Toilet too far
*No hand wash soap at washing area (fail)
*No BBQ pit, only 1 very small & slow electric griller. If many are waiting for their turn to grill their catch, I think the durians will drop before it's your turn.
*Don't release enough prawns even though both ponds are packed, but nevertheless, it's still better than most other prawning establishment in Singapore except for Hai Bin.
*Too many kids running around, accident waiting to happen and it's f***ing annoying.
*Ponds are not really well maintain as I always see dead prawns/yabbies floating around. Maybe that's the reason why they're not biting as often as there're too many dead ones to feed on.

On a bright side why it's not bad is because of the folllowing:

*10 hours card @ $90 only and each card can use with 2 rods instead of just 1.
*There's colour coded tag on prawn prizes available.
*Ample car parking lots

Anonymous said...


FYI, the prawn fishing at the badminton court in geylang has closed down.

Thank you.

Nigel said...

Thanks dude! updated!

Unknown said...

Hey guys, u may browse thru facebook page: shrimp assasin. Its a page for prawn fishing lovers.

Anonymous said...

Hi! The one at D'Kranji a called 1Ders has closed.