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Jurong Lake has been transformed into a venue for recreation and community bonding, where a stage and viewing promenade provide a scenic location for community events. One of Jurong Lake’s unique sustainable features is the largest man-made floating wetland in Singapore. The floating wetlands not only play a part in maintaining  the water quality in the reservoir but also create a natural habitat for the wildlife. Visitors can take a walk along the boardwalk to enjoy the scenic views of the lake and admire the flora and fauna thriving on the floating wetlands. Water activities such as kayaking and dragon boating can also be enjoyed on the lake through programmes by Passion Wave @ Jurong Lake Gardens operated by People’s Association. 

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There are dedicated lanes for competitive rowing and a water activity-based centre operated by the People's Association.

Visit PA Water-Venture website at for more information.

Be Considerate, Fish Responsibly


Reservoirs and waterways are common spaces to be shared among various users. Exercising a little consideration goes a long way in making our water bodies a safe and pleasant environment for all to enjoy. 

  • Fish only at designated areas
  • Use only artificial bait at reservoirs
  • Cast lures with care to avoid injuring others
  • Fly fishing is not ​allowed
  • Give way to pedestrians using the same pathway
  • Use only carbon steel microbarb or barbless hooks and practice catch and release where possible
  • Discard unwanted fishing lines, hooks and other rubbish into litter bins
  • Otters may be spotted. Do not harm them
  • Children should be accompanied by adults​​​​​​​
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Community Outreach​


Many Friends of Waters (FOW) have joined hands to make Jurong Lake bustle with activities all year-round. The Active, Beautiful, Clean Waters (ABC Waters) Learning Trail @ Jurong Lake sponsored by Keppel Land, grants opportunities for secondary school students to learn many facts about Jurong Lake, from its the history and water management to its sustainable features.

Community Outreach

Students from River Vally High School and Yuan Ching Secondary School facilitating the learning trail for peers from other schools.

Every year, partners reach out to the community by commemorating Singapore World Water Day at Jurong Lake. By showcasing activities on and by the waters, Friends of Water partners inculcate a sense of appreciation of our blue spaces in the larger community.

Community Outreach

Guest-of-Honour, Ms Grace Fu and Hosting Grassroots Advisor, Dr Amy Khor, putting the final touch to the largest hanging display made up of recycled plastic water bottles art installation by Bukit View Primary School.

Rulang Primary School conducts a multi-sensory learning trail at Jurong Lake as aprt of the school's annual Nature Walk. The  event is held in conjunction with Singapore World Water Day to remind students to cherish our precious water resources. 

Students from Rulang Primary School celebrating Singapore World Water Day at Jurong Lake.

​The National Service Training Institute, Civil Defence Academy and the 4th Division from the Singap​ore Civil Defence Force regularly lend a helping hand to ensure that Jurong Lake is kept clean and free of litter.​​

Self-Guided Learning Trail​


​Participate in​ the ABC Waters Learning Trail @ Jurong Lake:

  • Learn about water sustainability and the Four National Taps including the water cycle and water treatment processes
  • Learn the concept of ABC Waters Programme and ABC Waters Design Features
  • Gain insights into the unique bioengineering techniques using wetlands to treat water
  • Learn about the history, flora and fauna at Jurong Lake​

Download the resource package for an experiential learning experience at our ABC Waters site:

For more information, please email us at​ ​pub_learn​​​​​​