This was our first trip to Qian Hu Fish Farm at the far west of Singapore. This place offers a beautiful, rustic feel that provides a great escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. When we arrived, there were many families here to get an insight into farm life and have some fun.
If you are not aware, Qian Hu is an integrated “one-stop” ornamental fish service provider where fish lovers can buy ornamental fish as well as aquarium accessories.
The sound of air bubbles and sight of fishes have such therapeutic effect where it makes one feel happier just by gazing at these ‘water friends’.
Reminisce the good old kampong days. Remember when families got together and children were out playing and enjoyed netting fishes from the canals and streams? Bring your kids down to Qian Hu and let them experience the same excitement and joy of catching their own fishes, bringing them home and caring for them.
Longkang fishing over here for your little ones? A fun activity for families and children where kiddos sprint into action to scoop fishes from simple fishing nets.
Catch of the day! These fishes are live-bearers.
For those who are interested to buy some fishes back, head into the Fish Gallery.
Stacks and stacks of ornamental fishes displayed neatly along the aisles.
Beautiful albino guppies!
Different varieties of cichlid fishes.
Betta corner. A good choice for those who do not want the hassle of setting up fish tank and filtration system.
Bettas, also known as “Siamese fighting fish”, are popular pets recognized for their aggressiveness, interactivity, and low cost for care and maintenance. You do not need air pump to maintain them. They are sturdy and beautiful to look at. The better grades do not come cheap though.
Open-net fish farms.
Clumsy-looking Ranchu Goldfish is popular throughout the world. It originated in China and was further developed in Japan in the late 1800s. With its round, broad body and large bulbous head, it is also known as the Buffalo-head Goldfish, especially in Asia.
Little corners for families and kids to chill out.
Qian Hu Fish Farm Trading
71, Jalan Lekar, Sungei Tengah
Tel: 65-6766 7087 (10 Lines)
Fax: 65-6766 3995
Contact: Andy Yap
Website : www.qianhufish.com
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