We have come a long way in 50 years—from a small fishing village to a thriving garden city.
But did you know that there are still farms in and around our tiny island?
Amid lush greenery and the open waters of Singapore, the Kranji Countryside offers more than just peaceful respite.
As Singapore's last remaining enclave of local farming, it provides a glimpse to our rich history, and farming activities for all to enjoy.
Join us, the Singapore Young Farmers, in reconnecting back with the earth!
Why are our farms important?
A tiny city-state like Singapore is heavily dependent on external sources for food. By maintaining 1% of Singapore’s land for local farming, we can grow our own food in a secure, safe, and sustainable manner.
Who are the Singapore Young Farmers?
The Singapore Young Farmers are a team of second generation farmers and enthusiastic volunteers. We hope to promote farming in Singapore, and inspire others to connect back with our very own countryside.
The Commonwealth Agricultural Conference
Singapore will be hosting the Commonwealth Agricultural Conference this November, which will see delegates from all over the world discuss farming in the face of urbanization.
Explore the countryside with us!
One of the friendliest farmers of the Kranji Countryside - Uncle William - brings us around his farm to teach us about all things quail!
Four hours. Three activities. Twenty dollars. 1 Countryside. What are you waiting for? Join us for another round of fun at the Kranji Countryside!
We received an exclusive tour with N&N Agriculture to learn more the Egg Story. How much do you know about eggs? Read on the find out more!
DO YOU LOVE EGGS? Did you know that chicken eggs can stay fresh for 2 to 3 months when chilled? Curious to know the differences in running a quail farm versus a chicken farm? Sign up for our Next Chapter event!
It was a warm and a humid Sunday morning on 24th April 2016 as we gathered at Jurong Frog Farm for our last activity of the first quarter! Join us for the next Singapore Young Farmers event.
Welcoming a new batch of participants to the Kranji Countryside for a learning journey of discovery to Dairy Folks - one of the three remaining cow farms in Singapore.
CALLING ALL FOODIES! The Next Chapter is back. Ever wanted a hand in making the creamiest and tastiest ice cream from fresh cow milk? Did you know that frog meat has more protein than chicken meat?