Free spirit reigns amongst the kids in Pulau Ketam, a mangrove filled island populated by largely Chinese fishing community.
While most children of their age in the city would just look forward to an evening stroll at the neighborhood park, here they have a very different concept of sweating it out.
The tide was at its highest at about six in the evening and the boys, about five of them wasted no time for some eye-opening activity from the village's main bridge.
While they seemed to throw caution out of the window, the boys certainly have a great respect for passing motorized boats, pausing until each boat has passed.
On one occasion when they saw a jelly fish under the bridge but that did not deter their enthusiasm.
For hours till dusk filled the air, they continuously engaged in daring each other to take the next plunge into the murky waters.
When they jumped, they often screamed hoarse the names of girls they fancied and it makes me wonder if their diving and shouting says something about adult relationship.
Left - girl swimming from door front. Right - High tide brings a hive of activity in Pulau Ketam
Further downstream, the younger ones also took to swimming with great ease.
A few households have kids some as young as five maybe less frolicking in the water. Most have a small floating device on their arms but that's all.
Despite the busy waterway traffic nearby, these kids seem to enjoy their play time right in front of their doors.