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24h gyms in Singapore

Working out is already exhausting, but it’s even more shag when you have to chiong back after work to squeeze in a workout just before the gym closes. To relieve you of this pressure, we’ve sourced these 24-hour gyms all around the island to help you get your workout in any time you want.

Take your time to have dinner first, or even drop by in the middle of the night during those days where you just can’t fall asleep. In no time at all, you’ll have a physique worthy of a buff Physical: 100 contestant.

Check out more gyms in Singapore below:

1. The Loft Gym – 2-storey gym near Bugis Junction 

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Lofty fitness goals? Enter The Loft Gym in Bugis, which has an airy 2-storey space connected by a spiral staircase. This iron jungle is packed with all the equipment you’ll need for cardio, lifts, and squats for that bubble butt. 

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Since it’s just a 2-minute walk away from Bugis Junction, there are plenty of food options to reward yourself after the workout.

Memberships: From $109/month for a 12-month membership.

Address: GSM Building, 141 Middle Road, #01-02, Singapore
Contact: 9247 7460 | The Loft Gym website

2. The Right Fit – Variety of packages including boxing 

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For those who love a good variety of workouts, visiting The Right Fit’s website will make you feel like a kid in a candy shop. They’ve got a wide range of packages all fleshed out on their site, with prices you can easily view at a glance.

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Whether you’re looking to lose fat, strengthen your core, or even learn martial arts like boxing and muay thai, they’ve got a package available. 

Membership: From $80/month for a 6-month membership.

Address: 32 Jalan Kelulut, Singapore 809049
Contact: 6283 9057 | The Right Fit website

3. The Gym Pod – No memberships required 

Exercising in a shipping container is what you’ll be doing at The Gym Pod, Singapore’s first container gym. The space may look small, but it holds quite a number of equipment such as a treadmill, smith machine, and a whole rack of dumbbells.

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Crowd control won’t be an issue because at any given point, only 3 people are allowed in the gym* and bookings for various timeslots will have to be made in advance. Currently, there are more than 40 pods islandwide, including one that’s a 2-minute walk from one-north MRT station, and another that’s a stone’s throw away from Pasir Ris Beach. 

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Regulars can also check out their monthly plans ($16.90) which will give you access to advanced bookings, more flexible rescheduling, as well as discounted rates. 

Monthly plans: From $16.90/month
Per entry: $7.50 (Off-peak), $9.50 (Peak period)

Address: View their full list of locations.
Contact: The Gym Pod website

4. Dennis Gym – Equipment for powerlifting

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If you’re into powerlifting, check out Dennis Gym, which was opened by a former bodybuilder. There are 6 Dennis Gym outlets, with locations including Tampines and Jurong, and all of them come complete with an extensive range of weights and stations specifically for powerlifting.

This includes a squat rack, smith machines, and bench press stations in addition to having an entire rack of barbells and dumbells.

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The gym’s staff go the extra mile to plan a personalised routine for you if you’re not sure how to kick-start your fitness journey. They’re also more than willing to teach you how to use the gym’s machines so don’t be afraid to reach out to them.

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The gym also offers group kickboxing classes so if you’re one to bond with friends over a good workout, check it out.

Membership: From $64/month for a 12-month membership 

Address: View the full list of Dennis Gym locations.
Contact: Dennis Gym website

5. Gymm Boxx – From just $65/month

Gymm Boxx is a neighbourhood gym with branches in residential areas like Tampines, Bishan and Jurong. While they previously offered pay-per-use entry, that has been put on hold since mid-2020,  until further notice. 

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In terms of equipment, the gym has the standard racks for squatting and deadlifting as well as dumbells that go up to 50kg. Their toilets are relatively clean and lockers are available for you to place your belongings in.

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Membership: From $65/month for a 12-month membership 

Address: View their full list of Gymm Boxx outlets.
Contact: Gymm Boxx website

6. 24x Fitness – Full-body assessment for newcomers

Those who feel intimidated to enter the gym because you’re not sure how to use certain machines, don’t worry, at 24x Fitness, you’ll be given a thorough walk-through on how to use the equipment properly so you’ll get the most out of your workouts.

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The gym has two outlets – one in Bugis and the other in Paya Lebar, and in both of ‘em, you’ll find a huge variety of equipment including the squat rack, pull-up bars, a Viper TRX station and battling ropes to melt away those underarm fats.

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As a new member, you’ll also be given a full body assessment where your heart rate, posture, and current form for certain exercises like squats, will be monitored.

Membership: From $101.52/month for a 12-month membership

Bugis outlet
Address: 112 Middle Road, #02-00, Singapore 188970
Contact: 9828 3461

Paya Lebar outlet
Address: 10 Eunos Road 8, #05-10 Singpost Building, Singapore 408600
Contact: 8222 3888 | 24x Fitness website

7. Dynamic Fitness Gym – Also offers bootcamps

It’s always shiok to drink something cold (and preferably healthy) right after a sweaty workout. Instead of spending money on protein shakes and snacks, you can grab something from the Juicebar from as low as $2 at Dynamic Fitness Gym.

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The place also has numerous classes and equipment for you to have an all-rounded workout. This includes martial arts classes like kickboxing as well as outdoor bootcamps for those looking to switch up their exercise routines every once in a while. 

Good news for those on ClassPass – this gym is also listed on the app, where you can book open gym slots and personal training sessions.

Membership: Contact the gym for more information.

Address: 48 Yio Chu Kang Road, Singapore 545559
Contact: 9233 2776 | Dynamic Fitness Gym website

8. Platinum Fitness – Gyms in the heart of the CBD

We all understand how draining it is to work out after work, especially if your travelling time is longer than your training sesh. CBD folks who struggle with this, worry no more as Platinum Fitness is here for you.

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With locations in the CBD, Tanglin, and Robertson Quay, this gym offers up top-notch amenities (read: Ashley & Co toiletries) at pocket-friendly prices. In terms of equipment, the gym has a variety of dumbbells and machines, which includes the Smith and lats pulldown machines.

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Those wanting to go easy on themselves can head to the Functional Zone, a space with light weights, fitness balls and yoga mats. Students, there’s an added perk in store for you –  enjoy discounted rates across all facilities from just $77/month. There are also corporate and family plans available, offering up to 20% off if you sign up as a group. 

Membership: From $99 per month for a 12-month membership

Address: View the full list of Platinum Fitness memberships.
Contact: 8445 5439 | Platinum Fitness website

9. Anytime Fitness – 89 locations islandwide

Anytime Fitness is the largest gym chain in Singapore with all 89 outlets around the country operating round the clock.

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The gym provides an assortment of weight-lifting machines, kettlebells, and dumbbells. Shower facilities are available too. We recommend checking out their exercise classes, which are completely free for members. These include yoga, aerobics, and HIIT lessons and can vary from area-specific to full-body workouts.

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The best part is, if you’re a member, you’ll be able to access every outlet in Singapore and abroad. Yes, the gym has global outlets, so no matter where in the world you are, there’s no excuse to be nua.

Membership: From $95 per month 

Address: View the full list of Anytime Fitness outlets.
Contact: Anytime Fitness website

10. The Gym – Has lockers & showers

The Gym is located along East Coast Road, just a few minutes away from Katong Shopping Centre.

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This gym is pretty standard and comes with a well-organised space that contains equipment for strength, and endurance training. They do have the standard dumbbells, kettlebells, squat racks and smith machines, as well as ellipticals and treadmills for cardio. Personal training programmes are also available to give you extra help tof hit your fitness goals.

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The place also comes with showers and private lockers for you to keep your belongings in.

Membership: From $89 per month for a 12-month membership
*Only members are able to access the gym 24/7. They no longer offer passes for drop-in visitors.

Address: 42 East Coast Road, #01-01, Singapore 428762
Contact: 9173 3356 | The Gym website

Late-night gyms in Singapore

Most gyms in Singapore aren’t open 24/7, which means that they tend to be especially crowded during peak hours since everyone’s trying to squeeze in some exercise before closing time. But this list of gyms that open all day, all night will give you some ease of mind of not having to jostle with the crowd.

Whether you’re a hardcore gym rat or a night owl who wants to go for an impromptu workout, these gyms are here to take your fitness goals up a notch.

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Original article published on 10th April 2019 . Last updated by Kezia Tan on 6th February 2023.
Cover image adapted from, @thegympod

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