Always dreamt about becoming Spider-Man? Or perhaps you’re simply looking for something challenging to test your skills and physical endurance to reach the top… all within the safe and controlled environment of an indoor rock climbing/bouldering gym? Whether you are a beginner or an expert climber, we have rounded up the Top 10 Rock Climbing and Bouldering Gyms in Singapore!
1) The Rock School
The Rock School’s primary aim is to promote rock-climbing activities for all ages in a fun yet safe and interactive environment. They have numerous programmes to choose from, starting with a 1-hour Climbing Exploration Session made suitable for beginners. You’ll get to learn everything from basic rock-climbing tips and techniques to proper ways of gearing up. And if you are looking for a one-on-one session instead, you can opt for their four-lesson private coaching service. The Rock School can be found at two branches including Bedok Community Centre and Our Tampines Hub. The latter particularly houses different climbing walls ranging from a beginner-level 4.5-metre boulder wall to a more challenging 13-metre spaceship wall. You can check out the price right here or contact their respective branches for more info.
2) Let’em Play
Let ’em Play features not one but over five different types of climbing walls for both adults and kids. This includes the likes of Face-to-Face Transparent Climb Wall, Tree Climbing and the biggest highlight of all — the Augmented Reality (AR) Climbing/Bouldering. The latter is the first of its kind in Singapore, offering more interactive climbing fun with colourful projected graphics and body tracking. Price starts at $18 (child) and $22 (adult) for an all-in package worth 2 hours of playtime. Find out more by checking their website below or contact +65 6266 6125 for further enquiry.
3) Boulder+ Climbing
Located at The Aperia Mall, Boulder+ is a place where beginners and advanced climbers can enjoy bouldering in the comfort of a fully air-conditioned indoor space. First-timers, in the meantime, can opt to join their basic classes to learn more about bouldering from theory to hands-on technique. Boulder+ is easily accessible via the Lavender and Bendemeer MRT, which only takes you a short five-minute walk. Alternatively, if you plan to drive instead, you’ll be pleased with the mall’s free parking from 6.30 pm to 10 pm on weekdays and the first 3 hours on weekends or public holidays.
4) Boulder World
Spanning over 7,000 sq ft in size, Boulder World famously earned its distinction as Singapore’s largest indoor bouldering gym. And if you love all kinds of challenges, you can look forward to over 100 different climbing obstacles catered specifically for beginners and advanced climbers. Boulder World’s rates consist of a day pass starting at $16 (youth under 18 years of age) and $22 (adult), while frequent climbers may want to go for their value-for-money season pass for monthly unlimited entries. Finally, if you are looking to learn about basic bouldering knowledge and techniques, they also offer beginner programmes for both adults and kids. Visit Boulder World at SingPost Centre or get in touch with them at +65 6917 7783.
5) Climb Central
Catered for both beginners and advanced climbers, Climb Central offers various climbing obstacles in a safe and yes, air-conditioned indoor environment. Even if you are completely clueless about rock climbing or bouldering activities, rest assured there’s an introductory class where Climb Central’s highly-experienced team of instructors will guide you through all the basic necessities to make your first climb a reality! To date, they have three branches in Singapore including Sport Hubs @ Kallang Wave Mall, Novena Square and Funan Mall.
6) Onsight Climbing Gym
A whopping 10,000 sq ft of floor space and a 2,000 sq ft of bouldering surface. Not to mention a total of 43 climbing lanes with more than 100 routes and a towering 15-metre speed climbing wall — all situated under one roof at Onsight Climbing Gym. Various courses, personal coaching and a supervised ABD (assisted braking device) practice session are available as well. For more info, feel free to give them a call at +65 6348 8272.
7) Fit Bloc
Here’s a multi-sport activity centre that combines fitness, swimming, sauna and wellness in an indoor space spanning 12,000 sq ft. Not to forget they have climbing walls, which are catered for both newbies and expert climbers. And in case you are looking to learn or brush up your climbing skills, they have various classes available as well. You can easily locate Fit Bloc at Science Park via Kent Ridge MRT, which will take you 15 minutes of (thankfully!) sheltered walk or by bus at either of these three different routes.
8) Kinetics Climbing
At Kinetics Climbing, you will find that their routes are updated on a regular basis. That means you won’t be bored with the same climbing path each time you make a visit. They also have classes for both beginners and seasoned climbers, starting at $25 per pax. But if you prefer a more personalised class, there’s a private coaching session available as well. For more info, you can either call +65 6291 5045 or send your enquiry to email@example.com
9) Ground Up Climbing
Looking to hone your climbing skills? You might want to check out Ground Up Climbing Gym, where you can learn from the best with the professional guidance of highly-experienced coaches. Lessons include the likes of basic balance & movements on the wall, understanding the importance of personal safety equipment as well as essential climbing techniques and belaying skills. Then, there’s the Fun Climb programme, which offers climbers an opportunity to learn 3 different types of climbing include top-rope climbing, automatic-belay climbing and bouldering. You can locate them at 60 Tessensohn Rd C/O Civil Service Club or call +65 6292 7701 for further info.
T.Hall.sg, which is located at 464 Crawford Lane, consists of two different zones including Climb Zone and Fun Zone. The former is primarily catered for those who are looking for a real climbing challenge with the choice of either scaling a high wall or boulder wall. But if you are looking for more family-friendly fun, the Fun Zone offers a 90 minute’s worth of thematic climbing wall. There’s an augmented climbing wall as well, complete with varieties of mini-games that make your climbing all the more interactive. You can check out their rates here.
The compilation of this list was made from accumulation of Public Votes at TallyPress.com.