The things to do in Singapore are limited; take away the chilling at random cafes with friends and there are almost nothing to do. Over the years, the trend to book a room to let loose over a karaoke session after work has grown tremendously. Here is a list of all the places that offer you rooms for Karaoke, with the relevant locations and prices that will help you make your decision on where to book that best suits your needs.

1.Cash Studio Family Karaoke Box

With their choice of location, “shady” can be used to most aptly describe Cash Studio’s outlets. Not the most price-conservative but definitely offering one of the classier facilities available, Cash Studio is an under-advertised alternative for the after-work Karaoke session with colleagues and friends alike


3-3 Prices may seem a little steep in comparison to other more well-known establishments but its lack of advertisements reflects in a rather small pool of loyal customers; become one on the list, keep their contact on hand and you’re almost always assured a room for you and your friends.

Opening hours do vary across outlets so be sure to drop them a friendly courtesy call before making your way down to avoid disappointment.


Ming Arcade 12 Cuscaden Road Ming Arcade #B3-00, Singapore 248720 (+65 6753 6087)

Cuppage Plaza 5 Koek Road Cuppage Plaza #B2-09 to 20, Singapore 228796 (+65 6533 0090)

Prinsep Street 72 Prinsep Street, Singapore 188671 (+65 6336 6696)

Bedok Central 445 Bedok North Street 1 Pincess Cinema #03-00, Singapore 469661 (+65 6244 4162)

Simpang Bedok 347 Bedok Road, Singapore 469534 (+65 6244 4164)

2. K Box

K Box is Singapore’s most well-established business for a Karaoke session, being listed top of the list by patrons and potential customers alike. Many fond memories with old friends over a karaoke session, together with a possible pool table in the waiting area and delectable food prepared by in-house chefs, have been made, new friendships forged and old ones strengthened.

K Box is one of the best alternatives for students who turn to a karaoke session as a quick study relief or to kill time between their various appointments. The more prominent outlets have come to understand the financial limitations of students and for a 2-hour session, paying between S$8 – S$18 on both weekdays and weekends is a steal, and affordable to the bulk of students.


Cathay Cineleisure Orchard 8 Grange Road #08-01 Cathay Cineleisure Orchard, Singapore 239695 (+65 6756 3113)

Choa Chu Kang Centre 309 Choa Chu Kang Avenue 4 #05-01/02 Choa Chu Kang Centre, Singapore 680309 (+65 6769 3113)

Lucky Chinatown 211 New Bridge Road #04-01 Lucky Chinatown, Singapore 059432 (+65 6534 3113)

SAFRA Mount Faber 2 Telok Blangah Way #01-10A, Singapore 098803 (+65 6220 3113)

3. Manekineko

A fast-growing subsidiary under the widely known K Box, Manekineko has garnered support from students with the affordable rates they offer ranging from S$11 – S$14 for a 2 hour session on a weekday afternoon, perfect for the after-class hangout session. With a song database that’s updated more regularly than most establishments, Manekineko, like their parent company K Box, is more suitable for small groups to make it worth its cost.


SAFRA Punggol Clubhouse 9 Sentul Crescent #05-02, Singapore 828654 (+65 6387 3113)

SCAPE 2 Orchard Link #03-05 SCAPE, Singapore 237978 (+65 6755 3113)

Bugis+ 201 Victoria Street #03-18, Singapore 188067 (+65 6243 3113)

Marina Square 6 Raffles Boulevard #03-208/209 Marina Square, Singapore 039594 (+65 6562 3113)

SAFRA Toa Payoh Clubhouse 293 Toa Payoh Lorong 6 #02-06, Singapore 319387 (+65 6581 3113)

SAFRA Jurong Clubhouse 333 Boon Lay Way #3A-01, Singapore 649848 (+65 6561 3113)

4. Party World KTV

Party World KTV offers some of the most classic, well-maintained and prestigious facilities with leather sofas, LED television screens and in rooms that cater to larger groups, a pool table to maximize entertainment for every individual. Located island-wide, even in areas like Clementi, Yishun and Downtown East, Party World aims to cater to as many people as they possibly can although largely targeted at the working population.


Liang Court Shopping Centre 177 River Valley Road #03-03 Liang Court Shopping Centre, Singapore 179030 (+65 6333 5533)

Downtown East E! Hub 1 Pasir Ris Close Level 5 E! Hub Downtown East, Singapore 519599 (+65 6582 2220)

Clementi City Vibe 3151 Commonwealth Avenue West #03-01 Clementi City Vibe, Singapore 129581 (+65 6872 3353)

Bukit Batok 2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7 #03-01 Home Team NS Bukit Batok Clubhouse, Singapore 659003 (+65 6333 6060)

Nex 23 Serangoon Avenue 2 #04-63 NEX Serangoon Central, Singapore 556083 (+65 6634 3434)

Yishun SAFRA 60 Yishun Avenue 4 #01-V5 SAFRA Yishun Country Clubhouse, Singapore 769027 (+65 6755 7555)

Woodlands Civic Centre 900 South Woodlands Drive #06-09 Woodlands Civic Centre, Singapore 730900 (+65 6760 5500)


5.Teo Heng21

Last but not least – Teo Heng KTV Studio, the most well-known locally that everyone has definitely heard off. Suitable for big groups as they are the only establishment that charges per room instead of on a person basis, take a large room for a 3-hour package during peak hours, S$45 for 3 hours may seem steep but when split among the maximum of 10 people allowed in the room, that’s an average of S$4.50 each for a 3-hour session – cost justified?22


Star Vista 1 Vista Exchange Green The Star Vista #01-23/28, Singapore 138617 (+65 6775 1500)

Causeway Point 1 Woodlands Square #05-01, Singapore 738099 (+65 6760 0345)

JCube 2 Jurong East Central 1 #03-14/15/16, Singapore 609731 (+65 6734 6300)

Suntec City 3 Temasek Boulevard #03-380, Singapore 038983 (+65 6884 6266)

Rendezvous Grand Hotel 9 Bras Basah Road #02-03, Singapore 189559 (+65 6338 0603)

Junction 10 1 Woodlands Road #01-29, Singapore 677899 (+65 6314 1663)

Katong Shopping Centre 865 Mountbatten Road #01-75-82/90/92, Singapore 437844 (+65 6345 6513)

Sembawang Shopping Centre 604 Sembawang Road #B1-21, Singapore 758459 (+65 6484 4383)


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