Cat cafes in Singapore


Cat cafes have been growing in popularity and it’s really not that hard to understand why. Whether you’re a cat or dog person, seeing these furry creatures lazing around and being amused by something as simple as a string can bring joy to your day. 

If you’re looking for some animal therapy, head to these cat cafes in Singapore – including one that lets you art jam with the kitties. 


What is the purpose of a cat cafe?


Cat cafes are chill areas for visitors to experience meeting and playing with cats. The cafes usually include an entrance fee that goes towards the well-being of the cats, including their food, grooming, and veterinary care.

They’re great for those who may be thinking about buying or adopting a cat and want to know more about a feline’s temperament first. Or for those who may not have the means to look after a cat full-time but want to play with one. Cat cafes that allow children also provide little ones with the opportunity to learn how to be kind and gentle with cats.


How much does it cost to visit a cat cafe?


Prices start from $9/hour and most include a complimentary drink with the entrance fee. We’ve compiled the prices of cat cafes in Singapore in this table.

Cat Cafe Good For Price
Gem Cat Cafe Cuddling with British shorthair cats $15/hour

$25/2 hours

SGCatHouse Playing with 9 exotic breeds $9/hour,

$15/2 hours

$28/day pass

Wildflower Studio Art jamming with cats Semi Guided Art Jam with Cats: $48 for 2.5 hours

Chill out with Cats: $20/hour

Meomi Cat Cafe Part of proceeds goes to a cat non-profit 1 hour + drink: $14/pax

1 hour + drink & cake: $20/pax

Catopia Non-crowded with daily cap on visitors $13/pax
The Cat Cafe 2 outlets in Bugis & The Rail Mall First 2 hours: $18/pax with a complimentary canned drink

Subsequent 30 mins: $4.50/pax

Whole day pass: $40/pax with any drink of your choice

Cat Paradise Cafe Also a cageless cat adoption centre First hour: $18/pax

Subsequent hour: $12/pax

Meownistry Of Meow Lounge & work with cats $10/hour

$18/2 hours

$30/day pass

The Cat Museum & Academy Designed like a home $20/hour
NekoTown Cheapest cat cafe with unlimited drinks $9/hour

1. Gem Cat Cafe


Cuddle with British shorthair cats


Image credit: @gem_stone_village via Instagram

While non-cat people will have you believe cats are stand-offish, the ones at Gem Cat Cafe will change your mind. All the cats here are British shorthairs, which are known for their easy going personalities. They’re playful and curious things, and easily get comfortable with strangers.

 

Plus, if one of them comes over to sit with you, feel free to pick them up for a cuddle. Gem Cat Cafe allows visitors to hold their cats, as long as they follow proper holding techniques that their staff will demonstrate.

Price: $15/hour, $25/2 hours

Gem Cat Cafe
ADMISSION FEE
Price: $15/hour, $25/2 hours
ADDRESS
107 Desker Rd, Singapore 209629
Opening Hours: Tuesday 12:00-22:00  Show More Timings 
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2. SGCatHouse


9 exotic breeds available


Maine coon kitty.
Image credit: @jo_lifedairy via Instagram

If your only cat interactions have been with community strays, then SGCatHouse in Paya Lebar is where you should head to if you want to experience playing with 9 different cat breeds. This cat cafe has American and British shorthairs, Russian blues, ragdolls, and maine coons – all with different personalities for you to discover.

Chonky British shorthairs.
Image adapted from: SGCatHouse

With so many cats under one roof, you’re bound to find one that’ll be willing to entertain your tease of a feather toy. But if you’re finding it difficult to hold their attention, you can get cat treats for $1. Trust us – it’s a small price to pay to become the most popular human in the cafe.

Price: $9/hour, $15/2 hours, and $28/day pass

SGCatHouse Cat Cafe | Pet Shop | Pedigree Kittens for Sale
ADMISSION FEE
$9/hr | $15/2 hr | One day pass: $28
ADDRESS
729 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389640
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-21:00  Show More Timings 
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3. Wildflower Studio


Art jamming with cats


Image credit: Wildflower Studio

Art jamming is known to be therapeutic, even more so if you’re painting with a few cats around. If that piques your interest, join the Semi Guided Art Jam with Cats session at Wildflower Studio or choose their Chill out with Cats session if you’re looking for something more laid back. 

The cats here are also up for adoption.
Image credit: @wildflowerstudio.sg via Instagram

Apart from having art facilitators around to guide you along your little Picasso journey during the Semi Guided Art Jam with Cats session, you can also look forward to feeding your new little buddies and snapping pics with them. You don’t have to bring your own paint, brushes, and canvas either – the Chill out with Cats session comes with free materials.

Semi Guided Art Jam with Cats
Price: $48 for 2.5 hours 

Chill out with Cats
Price: $20/hour

Wildflower Studio – Art Jamming x Cat Cafe Singapore
ADMISSION FEE
$48/pax for the Semi Guided Art Jam with Cats
ADDRESS
56A Niven Rd, Singapore 228405
Opening Hours: Tuesday 14:00-20:00  Show More Timings 
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4. Meomi Cat Cafe


Part of proceeds goes to a cat non-profit


Image adapted from: @clarissep via Instagram

Check out Meomi Cat Cafe to see some cats jumping from corner to corner on wooden ledges that double as cats’ playgrounds and snoozing spots. Apart from spending some time with the cats, you can grab some cat-themed merchandise to bring home. Part of the proceeds will go to the Cat Welfare Society

Image credit: @meomicatcafe via Instagram

Food and beverages are also available while you play with the resident felines. Look forward to coffee options such as cappuccinos ($3.50) and lattes ($3.50) or teas like sweet ginger peach ($3.00) and honeybush caramel ($3.00). If you’re hungry, there are snacks such as Teriyaki Chicken Wrap ($5.50) – otherwise, satisfy your sweet tooth with desserts like the Oreo Cheesecake ($6.50) or Belgium Waffle ($4)

Price:
1 hour + drink: $14/pax
1 hour + drink & cake: $20/pax

Meomi Cat Cafe
ADMISSION FEE
Adults: $14/hour | $5/additional 30 mins Children: $7/hour | $3/additional 30 mins
ADDRESS
2529
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-20:00  Show More Timings 
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5. Catopia


Non-crowded with daily cap on visitors


Image credit: K fC via Google Maps

With a daily cap on the number of visitors allowed per hour, rest assured that the welfare of the cats at Catopia is well taken care of. The fixed number of reservations ensures that they won’t get overwhelmed by too many visitors – a perk that also allows you to enjoy some quality time with these felines.

Image credit: Chengyin boi via Google Maps

Price: $13/pax

Catopia – Cat Cafe Singapore
ADMISSION FEE
First hour*: $13/pax
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ADDRESS
46 Dunlop Street, #02-00, Singapore 209375
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:00-18:00  Show More Timings 
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6. The Cat Cafe


2 outlets in Bugis & The Rail Mall


The cats here are adopted or re-homed strays.
Image credit: Sulin lin via Google Maps

The Cat Cafe has 2 outlets for you to choose from. If you’re looking for a more laid back session, we’d recommend their outlet at Bugis where the cats are older, between the ages of 8- 15 years old and are generally more calm. For more fun and excitement, The Rail Mall outlet has active cats between the ages of 3 and 6. 

Image credit: @sillysillyoreo via Instagram

The Rail Mall outlet is wheelchair accessible too, so you can bring your ah ma and ah gong along for an adorable day out. 

In between playing with the cats, you can grab a bite or sip on some freshly brewed coffee. You can’t go wrong with a chicken mushroom pie ($6) or chicken wrap ($8) –  there are even desserts such as affogato ($8) and brownie with ice cream ($8).

Price:
First 2 hours: $18/pax with a complimentary canned drink
Subsequent 30 mins: $4.50/pax
Whole day pass: $40/pax with any drink of your choice – including beverages 

The Cat Cafe – Bugis
ADDRESS
241B Victoria St, Singapore 188030
Opening Hours: Tuesday 15:00-21:00  Show More Timings 
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The Cat Cafe (The Rail Mall)
ADMISSION FEE
$18 (2 hours + 1 soft drink)
ADDRESS
392 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, Singapore 678046
Opening Hours: Tuesday 10:00-22:00  Show More Timings 
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7. Cat Paradise Cafe


Also a cageless cat adoption centre


Image credit: @catparadisesg via Instagram

If you’ve looked into cat adoption centers before, you would be familiar with Cat Paradise which runs Cat Paradise Cafe as well. All the cats from here come from Project Luni and they hope to offer a platform for potential cat parents to bond with the cats and bring one home. 

Image credit: @catparadisesg via Instagram

You’ll realise that there aren’t any cages around as the cats here are allowed to roam the cafe freely. 

Price:
First hour: $18/pax
Subsequent hour: $12/pax

Visit Cat Paradise in Jalan Besar
ADDRESS
682
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8. Meownistry Of Meow


Lounge & work with cats


Image credit: Meownistry Of Meow

If you’re bored of working from home or just need somewhere to destress, you might want to consider Meownistry Of Meow. We’re not kidding when we say you can get some work done with a cat on your lap or by your side. 

All the cats here – except for a few who belong to the owner – are adoptable.
Image credit: Meownistry Of Meow

Look forward to comfortable workspaces with high-speed internet and free flow refreshments. Private rooms are available for those who are coming in groups or looking to play some console games or watch a movie. 30-day passes are available at $250 for non-students, and $195 for students

Price: $10/hour, $18/2 hours, $30/day pass 

Meownistry of Meow
ADMISSION FEE
From $10/hour for open lounge passes | From $25/hour for a private room
ADDRESS
4A Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199316
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-22:00  Show More Timings 
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10. The Cat Museum & Academy


Designed like a home


Image credit: Chan Yew Yen via Google Maps

The Cat Museum & Academy is a 3-storey shophouse along North Bridge Road. Its interior is designed to resemble a home setting so that it’s easier to imagine what it’d be like to have a little furball around the house. Each visit costs $20/hour and all proceeds help contribute to the cat’s living expenses such as their food and vet bills.

Image credit: @grumpymrdarcy via Instagram

Visitors can also pick up artworks of cats as well as some furniture such as cat beds, scratching poles, and toys for their nekos at home. 

Price: $20/hour

The Cat Museum & Academy
ADMISSION FEE
Price: $20/hour
ADDRESS
781A North Bridge Rd, #02-01, Singapore 198749
Opening Hours: Tuesday 14:30-15:30  Show More Timings 
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11. NekoTown


Cheapest cat cafe from $9/hour with unlimited drinks


At $9/hour, NekoTown is one of the most affordable cat cafes around, if you want to spend some time playing with felines. Cat toys are available for you to bond with them, and each visitor is allowed to purchase 1 packet of wet cat treats ($1) for the resident kitties. For the humans, free flow drinks are available. 

Visitors are recommended to make a reservation before heading down. 

Price: $9/hour 

NekoTown Cat Cafe
ADMISSION FEE
Price: $9/hour
ADDRESS
658 Geylang Rd, Singapore 389588
Opening Hours: Tuesday 11:00-21:00  Show More Timings 
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What can I do at a cat cafe in Singapore?


There are many ways to destress and spending time with animals is definitely one of them. Whenever you’re visiting a cat cafe, avoid grabbing, picking up, or carrying the cats if you aren’t sure how to do so in order to avoid hurting them. Also, refrain from feeding them outside food or making loud sounds as cats are sensitive to loud noises. 

Remember to be gentle and not to disturb the cats if they’re sleeping. If unsure, always check with the staff who’ll be around. 


Visit these cat cafes in Singapore

With these cat cafes in Singapore, you’ve got plenty of outlets to destress and wind down with some furry felines. Most of them offer refreshments to fuel your cat-playing session, and some even allow you to adopt their residents. Either way, we’re not complaining that there’s always a way to spend some time with some friendly kitties. 

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Cover image adapted from: @meomicatcafe, @gem_stone_village, @catopiacafe_sg via Instagram
Originally published on 1st July 2023. Last updated by Raewyn Koh on 23rd February 2024.

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