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Rock Climbing Gyms in Singapore

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to rock climbing gyms in Singapore! Except for the “extreme” west (and that may change very soon!), gyms are dotted all over the island. There’s a lot of variety in the gyms too. They range from sprawling 5000 square foot ones with 500 square meters of climbing surface, to tiny ones that kinda look like a converted living room. I’ve tried to summarise the facilities and prices of all the rock climbing gyms (I’m aware of) in Singapore using tables below. Hopefully this makes it easier for you to decide which gym to visit!

Bouldering, Top Rope or Lead?

Gym Bouldering Top rope routes No. of autobelay routes Lead routes The focus is on
Boulder Movement
a. Downtown
b. Tai Seng
c. Rochor
Yes
No No No Bouldering
Boulder Plus Yes No No No Bouldering
Boulder World Yes No No No Bouldering
Climb Central
a. Kallang Wave Mall
b. Novena
c. Funan
Yes Yes a. ?
b. ?
c. ?
Yes Top Rope / Lead
Boulder Planet Yes No No No Bouldering
Boruda Climbing Yes No No No Bouldering
BFF Climb Yes No No No Bouldering
Fit.Bloc Yes No 7 No Bouldering
b8a Yes No No No Bouldering
The Rock School Yes Yes ? ? Top Rope / Lead
T-hall.sg Yes Yes ? Yes Top Rope / Lead
Oyeyo Yes No No No Bouldering
Kinetics Climbing Yes Yes ? No Bouldering
Ground Up Yes No ? Yes Top Rope / Lead

Prices (for adults) and booking

At the time I am writing this, Covid-19 is still a thing in Singapore so you’ll need to be fully vaccinated to enter the gyms. Slots are now 2 hours long and you’ll need to wear a mask while climbing. Yes, that means mask on even while you’re on the wall. It’s a pain but you kinda get used to it.

For first timers to any Singapore rock climbing gym, you’ll need to fill in the gym’s waiver form before you climb. It’ll be available either on their website or on their app. Filling it in before you go down will save you a bit of time and hassle when you get there. Some gyms will also run through some safety stuff with you before they allow you to climb. They’ll usually do this even if you’re a seasoned climber, so just note that and don’t get pissy at the counter staff, ok? They’re just doing their jobs.

Gym Single entry* 5 entry passes 10 entry passes Season pass Book
Boulder Movement
a. Downtown
b. Tai Seng
c. Rochor
$30 $135 (3 months) NA $138 / month (all gyms)

$118 / month (single gym)

$68 / month (off peak access to all gyms)
Book Boulder Movement
or download their App.
Boulder Plus NA NA $180 (12 months) NA Book Boulder Plus
Boulder World $25 $120 (6 months) $200 (12 months) $90 (initiation fee of $100) Book Boulder World
Climb Central
a. Kallang Wave Mall
b. Novena
c. Funan
$22 $90 (6 months) $160 (12 months) $130 / month (all gyms; no initiation fee) Book for first timers

Book for returning climbers
Boulder Planet $30 $125 (6 months) $220 (6 months) $88 / month ($100 initiation fee) Book BP or download their App.
Boruda Climbing $32 (includes shoe rental) $125 (3 months) $220 (6 months) $98 / month for 8 entries ($100 initiation fee; unused entries are not rolled over) Book Boruda or download their App
BFF Climb $22 $95 (12 months) $170 (12 months) Currently unavailable Book BFF Climb
Fit.Bloc $28 NA $180 (12 months) NA Book Fit Bloc or download their App
b8a $23 (peak)
$19 (off peak)
$98 (6 months) $168 (12 months) NA Book b8a
The Rock School (Tampines) $19 (or $30 if you want membership and equipment) $80 (3 months) $150 (6 months) $59 / month ($80 initiation fee) Book TRS or download their App
T-hall.sg $25 (or $18 if you have membership which is $60) $105 (6 months) $195 (6 months) $90 / month or $255 / 3 months (both only available for members) Book T-hall
Oyeyo $18 + $10 first timer fee $80 (6 months) $140 (6 months) NA (but they have 20 passes for $240) Book Oyeyo
Kinetics Climbing $19 + $5 first timer fee $85 (12 months) $150 (12 months) $250 for first 2 months, $110 for subsequent months Book Kinetics
Ground Up $22 (or $27 if you need equipment) $100 (6 months) $180 (6 months) $80 / month Book Ground Up (You’ve got to create an account to book) or download their App
* Unless otherwise stated, the price does not include the price of equipment hire and sock purchase. Shoes are usually about $5, harnesses are about $3 – $4 and socks about $2.

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