From glow-in-the-dark parties to pro lanes, these bowling alleys are big on fun.
What’s not to love about bowling? It’s a cool sport, it’s great for group gatherings and it’s a fun way to spend an afternoon getting your heart pumping without hitting the gym. Admittedly, we’re not completely on board with sharing shoes and bowling bowls with everyone else (always remember to bring your own socks!), but nothing beats the thrill of a strike or a spare. Ready to knock those pins down? Check out these bowling alleys in Singapore to get your game on. Psst: Remember to keep in line with safe distancing measures while you’re at it.
Best bowling alleys in Singapore
K Bowling Club
Hidden in the heart of the Orchard Road shopping stretch, this place practically shouts party central. It’s got club lights, groovy tunes, bites and booze to keep you entertained for hours on end. Oh, and did we mention it’s the first full-time cosmic bowling alley in Singapore? With rates starting from $11 per game, it may not be the most pocket-friendly one around, but it makes up for that with plenty of merrymaking. For more fun times, the venue also houses dart machines, karaoke booths and old school arcade games.
K Bowling Club, #03-27, 313 @ Somerset, 313 Orchard Road, Singapore 238895
If you’re looking to blow off steam, Kallang Bowl is perfect for a post-work pop-in. You may have hung out here during its early days, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised by its makeover. Located in Leisure Park Kallang, the bowling alley features 22 competition-standard lanes and touch screen control panels for you to keep score of your winnings. If you’re still on an adrenaline high after your bowling session, cool off at the ice skating rink upstairs in Kallang Ice World.
Kallang Bowl, #02-22, Leisure Park Kallang, 5 Stadium Walk, Singapore 397693
This city has heaps of alleys for you to knock ‘em pins. But at Orchid Bowl’s Cosmic Bowling sessions, you can double up your bowling shoes as dancing ones in a glow-in-the-dark atmosphere – complete with flashing disco lights and thumping tunes. Oh, and beginners (or little ones) can try their hand at MiniBowl, a miniature version with automated bumpers and lighter bowling balls.
Orchid Bowl, multiple locations including Orchid Country Club and Our Tampines Hub.
For hours of family fun, head to one of this bowling alley’s many locations around Singapore. Prices are affordable, which means you can hit all the strikes you want to your heart’s content. Oh, and its location in Jurong, which is one of Singapore’s oldest bowling alleys, also features an arcade area for maximum entertainment.
SuperBowl, multiple locations including Mount Faber and Toa Payoh.
This state-of-the-art bowling alley in Singapore is the place to be if you prefer a serious bowling experience, as it houses 38 lanes decked out in a sleek, clean design that’s well-maintained. Fun fact: Here’s where the national team trains (and hosts competitions!) in case you’re looking for a motivational boost.
Singapore Bowling, #04-01, Temasek Club, 131 Rifle Range Road, Singapore 588406
Featuring 24 lanes, 180 bowling balls (including ones for the kiddos!), 300 rental shoes and 500 lockers for rental, Westwood Bowl has some of the best amenities around. It also offers one of the cheapest rates in Singapore – the public only has to fork out $3.40 per game. If you’re looking to host corporate events and birthday parties, hourly rates are $20 per lane, or $30 for weekends and peak hours.
Westwood Bowl, Civil Service Club, 91 Bukit Batok West Avenue 2, Singapore 659206
Changi Resort Bowl
Ready for a spot of bowling? Sitting comfortably in Changi Clubhouse by the sea, this hangout is decked out with sofa seats, coffee tables, pro lanes, scoring consoles, and themed scoring systems, with open-play, cross-lane and league modes depending on how competitive you feel. Psst: The space can transform into a cosmic party for private and corporate events too!
Changi Resort Bowl, Civil Service Club, 2 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508503