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7 Cheap Karaoke Places In East Singapore From $2.60/Hour

Cheap karaoke in East Singapore


Image adapted from: Cash Studio, Google Maps, Teo Heng & Ten Dollar KTV Club

We’ve covered KTV spots in the North, West and Central regions of Singapore. Now it’s time to give the Easties a list of places to sing their hearts out in between cycling at East Coast Park, hanging out at Jewel Changi, and everything else that makes “East side, best side” an oft-heard proclamation.

From familiar and reliable karaoke chains conveniently located in malls and CCs, to a hidden KTV-cafe hybrid where you can munch on waffles and donburi, here are 7 affordable karaoke spots in the East.


1. Cash Studio – from $2.60/pax per hour


3 outlets in the East



Image credit: Cash Studio

Don’t be fooled by the neon signs and slightly dodgy facade. Not only is Cash Studio free of any illicit monkey business, it’s actually a choice KTV destination for those who love to put on a show. The bigger rooms in particular are fitted with mic stands for guests to really channel their inner Adele or JJ Lin, while strobe lights of different colours and effects transform the room into a private disco.


Image credit: Cash Studio

Prices at each of the eastside outlets, namely Paya Lebar, Simpang Bedok and Djitsun Mall @ Bedok, also get significantly lower for bigger groups. For instance, a 3-hour session on Friday and Saturday evenings past 6PM usually costs $23/pax, but drops to $14.95/pax from the 4th person onwards.

Prices: From $2.60/pax per hour for a 3-hour package on weekdays before 6PM.
Click here to find the full list of prices for each of the following outlets, along with their addresses, opening hours and contact info.


2. 7th Heaven KTV & Cafe – from $5/pax per hour


Extensive F&B menu



Image credit: 7th Heaven KTV & Cafe

We’re all familiar with the token bowls of snacks or bags of chips available at most KTV joints, which ironically contribute towards a sore throat during an activity where healthy vocal cords are vital. But over at 7th Heaven KTV & Cafe, F&B options include smoothies, fusion pastas, ice cream waffles and gourmet bar bites. Check out the full menu with prices and seasonal promos here.


Image credit: 7th Heaven KTV & Cafe

Located at SAFRA Tampines, the KTV rates at 7th Heaven are calculated either per pax, or per room with a minimum spend. The latter is suitable for patrons who plan to eat, drink and be merry, ‘cause you essentially get a 3-hour private room for free by racking up a certain amount at the cafe.

Prices: From $5/pax per hour for a 3-hour package on weekdays before 6PM.
Find their full list of prices here.

Address: 1/A Tampines Street 92, #03-02 SAFRA Tampines, Singapore 528882
Opening hours: Mon – Thur 3PM-1AM | Fri & Sat 11AM-3AM | Sun 11AM-1AM
Telephone: 6538 0312


3. 8 Degree KTV Lounge – from $15/hour


Dart machines & pool table



Image credit: Google Maps

The Civil Service Club @ Changi is home to 8 Degree KTV Lounge, a swanky karaoke spot for some quality chalet entertainment. You don’t have to be a chalet resident to enjoy karaoke here though, and the facility is even decked out with a row of electronic dart machines as well as a pool table. 


Image credit: Google Maps

Normal rooms fit 6 to 8 pax comfortably, and cost $15/hour for a minimum booking of 2 hours. For large gatherings of up to 25 pax, opt for the $30/hour VIP room. Students can flash their matriculation card between the hours of 3PM-6PM daily to get a special promo of $10/pax with free-flow soft drinks, as long as at least 3 pax are present.

Prices: From $15/hour for a 2-hour package, daily.
Find their full list of prices here.

Address: 2 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508503
Opening hours: 3PM-2AM, Daily
Telephone: 6542 1247


4. Ten Dollar KTV Club – $10/pax regardless of time and day


Flat rate even for peak timings



Image credit: Ten Dollar KTV Club

As you can tell from the name, Ten Dollar KTV Club charges $10 per pax all day, every day, regardless of whether it’s peak hour, weekends or public holidays. They also charge by fixed session timings instead of by the hour, so if you show up early you can get the most value out of your 10 bucks. 

The only catch is that you need a minimum of 3 pax for daily sessions lasting 2PM-7PM, and at least 4 pax for sessions 7PM-12AM on Sunday to Thursday nights or 7PM-10PM/10PM-1AM on Fridays, Saturdays and public holiday eves.


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This affordable rate even includes free-flow beverages like soft drinks and hot tea. If you’re hankering for a beer, there’s a Downtown East exclusive promo where 3 jugs are going for $50 nett.

Prices: $10/pax daily, sessions last according to fixed timings
Find their full list of prices and minimum pax requirements for each timing here.

Address: 60 Pasir Ris Drive 3, 3rd Floor of Aranda Country Club, Singapore 519497
Opening hours: 2PM-1.30AM, Daily
Telephone: 6582 0002 / 6582 4222


5. Kloud Karaoke – from $4/pax per hour


Cheaper for 3rd pax onwards



Image credit: Kloud Karaoke

Complete your shopping, dining and ATV-riding day out at KINEX Mall with a KTV sesh at Kloud Karaoke. There’s no GST or service charge, and prices begin from a mere $4/pax per hour for a 3-hour package before 6PM, inclusive of one complimentary drink for each guest. 


Image credit: Kloud Karaoke

The best part is, rates dip to $8/pax on weekdays and $10/pax on weekends for the 3rd person onwards (4th person onwards for sessions after 6PM), making it just $2.70/$3.30 per pax per hour! The more karaoke kakis you gather, the lesser you all will have to pay after splitting the bill.

Prices: From $4/pax per hour for a 3-hour package daily before 6PM.
Find their full list of prices here. They also have a handy booking form and price calculator here.

Address: 11 Tanjong Katong Road, #03-08 KINEX Mall, Singapore 437157
Opening hours: 11.30AM-2AM, Daily
Telephone: 6612 4607


6. Teo Heng – from $5/room per hour


6 outlets in the East



Image credit: Teo Heng

Who remembers that nostalgia-inducing “Kara? 要 OK!” TV commercial sung by Teo Heng’s adorable penguin mascot? In the blink of an eye, the family-friendly chain has opened up numerous outlets around the island, with a whopping 6 different branches in the East alone. 


Image credit: Teo Heng

The rates are pretty much the same across the outlets – except Katong Shopping Centre and E! Avenue Downtown East have a cosy Mini-K Studio for 2 pax at $5 per hour before 7PM and $8 per hour from 7PM onwards. Meanwhile, Our Tampines Hub is the only eastside branch with a Live KTV Room that’s big enough for 20 pax, with hourly rates starting from $35 for a true concert experience.

Prices: From $5/room per hour for a mini room before 7PM.
Click to find the full list of prices for each of the following outlets, allowing with their addresses, opening hours and contact info:


7. Manekineko – from $5/pax per hour


Free-flow snacks & drinks



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Manekineko has an abundance of outlets in town, and is hugely popular for their free-flow tidbits and next-level drink bar which includes slushies, juices, Milo and even matcha soy latte. Their song selection systems are also frequently updated with the latest English, Mandopop, K-Pop and J-Pop chart toppers.


Image credit: Manekineko

The one and only eastside branch can be found at Tampines One, where nett prices start at $10/pax for a 2-hour session on weekdays before 6PM. All 3-hour sessions come with unlimited snacks and beverages but if you’re strapped for time, you can top up $3/pax to get refreshments for a 2-hour booking. 

Prices get progressively lower from the 4th person onwards, with every 6th pax and above paying as low as $5 for 2 hours!

Prices: From $5/pax per hour for a 2-hour package on weekdays before 6PM.
Find their full list of prices here.

Address: 10 Tampines Central One, #04-07/08 Tampines One, Singapore 529536
Opening hours: 11AM-1AM, Daily
Telephone: 6769 3113


Cheap KTVs in East Singapore


Easties, time to wrangle up your neighbours to go for a hearty KTV party. The bigger the group, the more money you’ll save at most of these places, so invite as many proud Easties as you can find!

You can now croon to your favourite top 40s hits or golden oldies without low-key sobbing over the hefty bill that’s to come. Cheers to stress-relieving singing sessions that don’t burn a hole in your pocket.

Check out our other guides on things to do in the East:

Renae Cheng

I love food, dance, writing, and writing about food and dance.

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