New fishing & prawning place opening under MRT tracks near Yio Chu Kang MRT on Nov. 2, 2019

Fishing under MRT tracks, so cool.

Zhangxin Zheng | October 24, 02:51 pm


A new recreational spot has literally popped up in the middle of nowhere under some MRT tracks in Singapore.

New prawning and fishing spot

A local prawning and fishing joint is opening its new outlet, Fish at AMK, beside The Grassroots’ Club near Yio Chu Kang MRT station.

The outlet will officially be opened on Nov. 2, 2019, at 11am.

Besides fishing and prawning, there are also ponds for fish spa and fish feeding.

Preparations are well underway, which includes testing the water and pumps, as well as ensuring the fish are doing well in the ponds.

Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.
Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.

The fish ponds and tanks are located right under the MRT tracks.

Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.

According to its Facebook page, the outlet will be opened both in the day and night, but the opening hours have not been revealed.

Prices start from S$15 for the first hour, S$25 for two hours, and S$35 for three hours of fishing.

Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.

Here’s probably what you can look forward to from Nov. 2, 2019:

Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.
Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.
Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.
Photo from Fish At AMK/Facebook.


Address: The Grassroots’ Club,  190 Ang Mo Kio Ave 8

Nearest MRT: 1 – 2 mins walk from Yio Chu Kang MRT station

Opening hours: To be confirmed

There are also open-air and basement car parks nearby for visitors who prefer to drive over.

Top photo collage from Fish At AMK/Facebook


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About Zhangxin Zheng

Zhangxin’s favourite pastime is singing Mulan’s soundtrack in the mangrove forests. She hopes to perfect the art of napping in a hammock in the mangroves without being drowned by rising sea levels.

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