Other Dog Activities in Asia

Tired of watching Fido run laps in the dog park? We've got the scoop on lots of other dog friendly attractions in Asia too. You’ll find information on all of the dog friendly wineries, boat rentals, botanical gardens, drive-ins, and other offbeat animal attractions in Asia here.

Pet Friendly Jason's Dog Boarding (Singapore)
Jason's Dog Boarding (Singapore) This is Shirley and Jason, experienced dog sitters in Singapore. The Services we provide include dog sitting, dog boarding, pet hotel, pet taxi & pet transport. Rates for dog boarding range from S$35 to S$40 per day for each dog depending on the age, size and breed of your pet. Please feel free to contact us at 91832673 / 92716434 or email: jason@dogsittingsg.com For further details please visit my website at www.dogsittingsg.com See Details
Pet Friendly Ri Star Spa Wuxi China
Ri Star Spa Wuxi China They have 30 outdoor pools. You will have a hard time choosing between the wine pool, coconut pool, swirling pool, fish pool,... We took our little dog with us in a carrier but outside she was allowed to sit with us at the different pools. The kids loved jumping from one pool to the other while the dog relaxed in the shade... See Details
Mirabel Bio Pools and Mini Golf At Mirabel Resort and Mini golf Pattaya, you can swim with your dog, even if you don't have a room. The cost is only 90 thb per dog and 150thb per person (including one free drink) to swim with your dog in our bio pools. See Details
Alyamamah Park Dogs are welcome. Alyamamah Park is one of the gardens of King Abdulaziz historical center and constitutes the gardens and green infrastructure See Details
Pet Taxi Singapore We're a 24/7 pet taxi in Singapore! Getting around Singapore with your pets can be difficult since they're not allowed on public transport. We're easy to book, reliable, and cheap! See Details
Hachiko Statue In 1920’s Japan, Hachiko the Akita accompanied his best friend, Hidesaburo Ueno, to the Shibuya Train Station in central Tokyo every day. Hidesaburo would get on the train and go to work as a professor at Tokyo University and Hachiko would wander home, only to return at the same time every evening to walk home together. One such evening, the loyal Akita went to the train station as usual and waited patiently at his spot outside. Minutes turned into hours, but there was still no sign of his owner. Hidesaburo never arrived. Sadly, the professor had passed away earlier in the day and never caught the train home. Every morning and evening for the rest of his life, Hachiko returned to the station just in case his best friend ever came back. A decade later, he passed away peacefully outside Shibuya Train Station of old age, waiting until his final breath for his friend Hidesaburo to return. Hachiko’s story will live on forever as a statue outside the station, proving the bond between humans and their dogs can never be broken. See Details
Gardens by the Bay Gardens by the Bay is pet-friendly. This popular nature park spans 101 hectares of reclaimed land in the Central Region of Singapore, adjacent to the Marina Reservoir. Pets are not allowed in the Conservatories and on the OCBC Skyway, however dogs and most domesticated pets are allowed in the outdoor gardens where the Mid-Autumn Festival event and Mass Lantern Walk is held, as long as they are kept on leash at all times. In addition, certain breeds specified under the Animals & Birds (Dog Licensing & Control) Rules need to be muzzled, and you may wish to refer to the AVA’s guidelines for further information on this. Dog owners are reminded to clean up any waste that pets leave behind during the visit. See Details
Pug Cafe Living Room The Pug Cafe Living Room in Kyoto is a dog cafe where you can have a snack with 12 pugs. You can also visit with pets. Admission includes one drink, one human treat, a dog snack set and one hour inside for a fee of 1.200 yen on a normal day. See Details