9 Places To Play Laser Tag In Singapore From $4/Person For Time Crisis-Style Shootouts IRL

Laser tag in Singapore

Barney Stinson has shown that laser tag can be enjoyed by people of all ages – be it for dates or group outings. When we spend the majority of our days hunched over whatever we’re doing, sometimes we just want a thrilling way to loosen up and have a great time with your friends.

The best thing about the game is that your skill level doesn’t matter. Whether you’re a total noob or have tip-top accuracy in shooting, it’s all about the experience – and you’ll be getting in that cardio to boot. Here’s where you can play laser tag in Singapore.

1. The Fun Empire – blacklight arena with fluorescent glow (from $15/pax for 1h)

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The Fun Empire’s the go-to for team-building experiences. Apart from standard laser tag, they also host neon laser tag games that will have you zapping away in black-lit arenas filled with fluorescent lighting, with prices for both types of games starting from just $15/person for 1 hour.

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You’ll have a variety of game modes to choose from including Capture the Flag. Teams will start on opposing ends of the field, with camo-print obstacles strewn across the area for you to hide behind for cover. 

Address: 5B Guillemard Road, Level 3 Wing Fong Building, Singapore 399685
Opening hours: 9AM-10PM, Daily
Telephone: 6515 4146

2. Tag Team – battle robots and drones (from $15/pax for 20mins)

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East Coast Park’s a go-to for chill BBQs and beach bumming sessions, and with its ample open spaces, it’s also a great place for laser tag. Tag Team is conveniently located right in the park, where you can opt for the classic version of laser tag, or choose to duke it out against an opposing team of robots or drones.

Rates start from $15/person for a 20-minute session. Event packages start from $280 – you have the choice of having it at their own venue, or a place of your choosing.

Address: 920 East Coast Parkway, #01-03 Parkland Green, 449875
Opening hours: Wed-Fri 3PM-8PM, Sat & Sun 10AM-8PM
Telephone: 6348 2696

3. Laser Quest – cheapest rates (from $4/pax for 20mins)

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Both Easties and Westies don’t have to venture far from their hoods to enjoy a good game, with Laser Quest located at both the Tampines and Bukit Batok branches of HomeTeamNS.

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Guests can enjoy cheap walk-in rates of just $6/person for 20 minutes, but if you’re a HomeTeamNS member, that price gets shaved down to $4/person. Additionally, members are also entitled to a whopping discount of 20% off party packages, which includes 2-hour usage of party rooms, 3 games, and complimentary invitation cards and gifts for the birthday person.

Book a session at Laser Quest.

HomeTeamNS Tampines
Address: 1 Tampines Walk, #03-03 Our Tampines Hub, 528523
Opening hours: Sun – Thurs 12PM-9PM, Fri & Sat 10AM-11PM
Telephone: 6705 9410

HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok
Address: 2 Bukit Batok West Avenue 7, Singapore 659003
Opening hours: 9AM-9.30PM, Daily
Telephone: 6705 9499

4. DUX Laser Tag Singapore – 12 gun types to choose from (from $30/pax for 2h)

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No matter where we stay, hangouts always somehow tend to end up in Orchard. It’s a central location that’s convenient for everyone – and with Dux Laser Tag Singapore located right at Far East Plaza, it’s easy for everyone to come together for a game.

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Unlike most laser tag places, this arena lets you choose between 12 different types of guns. Beginners can stick to their standard issue, easy-to-use battle rifles. Those looking to live out their PUBG games can opt for grenade launchers that could potentially deal a KO in a single explosion, or the deadly sniper rifles that can take your opponents out from a distance.

Prices start from $30/person for a 2-hour session. They can also arrange games at a location of your choice, from office compounds to chalets.

Address: 14 Scotts Road, Far East Plaza, Singapore 228213
Telephone: 9337 1324

5. Go Team – outdoor sessions for large groups (from $14/pax for 1.5h)

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Paya Lebar residents can hit up Go Team for a nearby place to play. They organise outdoor laser tag games for groups of 14 people and above. Prices for a 1.5-hour session start from just $14/person

They organise corporate bonding sessions and large events with hundreds of attendees too. Simply drop them a text, and they’ll arrange for everything from the food down to the game modes that guests can participate in.

Address: 50 Lorong 40 Geylang, #06-45, Singapore 398074
Telephone: 9003 1177

6. Red Dynasty Paintball Park – day and night outdoor packages (from $24.90/pax 1h)

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Those who dwell in the North and West can look forward to a game at Red Dynasty Paintball Park Singapore. Situated in both ORTO at Yishun and Turf City in Bukit Timah, their battlefields come decked out in huge 3D obstacles for you to hide behind and sneak around.

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One package per person consists of 2 missions that will last for 1 hour, with prices starting from $24.90/person. You can opt for either the Day or Night packages, but do note that prices for the latter will start from $34.90/person

Address: 1 Commonwealth Lane, #03-03, Singapore 149544
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 10AM-7PM
Telephone: 6659 4782

7. Laser Ops – maze-like arena with smoke effects (from $15/pax for 20mins)

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You’ve probably come across Laser Ops while navigating the confusing labyrinth that is Dhoby Ghaut MRT. It’s right down the stairs next to the 7-Eleven store near Entrance E, so it’s pretty hard to miss.

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To add to the thrill, the maze-like arena will be doused in black light and smoke effects, complemented by high-tempo game sounds. Prices typically start from $15/person for a 20-minute session. Rates will vary if you’re booking the venue for a group event. 

Address: 60A Orchard Road, #B1-04/05/06,  Singapore 238890
Opening hours: Sun – Thurs 12PM-9PM, Fri & Sat 11AM-11PM
Telephone: 8375 4143

8. Battlestrike Laser Tag – army face paint and gear included (from $33/pax for 1h)

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Sneaking around and flanking unsuspecting adversaries are fun, but Battlestrike Laser Tag takes that experience to a new level. They offer army face paint and themed gear to its players, so you know that the shizz on the battlefield is as real as it gets.

Tents are also included in the package
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Packages start from $33/person for 3 missions, which should take you 1 hour to complete. And if you’d like a memento to commemorate this experience, you can get a 3D-embossed velcro badge for an additional $5/piece.

Battlestrike’s 3D-embossed velcro badge
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Address: 169C Punggol Field, Singapore 823169
Opening hours: 9AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 8755 3033

9. Combat Skirmish Laser Tag – kid-friendly games (from $28/pax 1h)

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Rather than going to a specific place for a game, we’d sometimes want to organise a game on our own grounds. And be it your office area, the field next to your HDB block, or your desired party venue, Combat Skirmish Laser Tag can do just that. All you need is to get approval from the respective management, and they’ll take care of the rest.

With kid-friendly equipment available, children as young as 2 years old can participate – meaning that the whole family can get it on the action. Prices start from $28/person for a 1-hour session.

Address: 116 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-1655, Singapore 160116
Opening hours: Mon-Fri 9.30AM-6.30PM
Telephone: 6779 1031

Laser tag in Singapore

A game of laser tag’s a popular group activity for a reason. Between formulating battle plans, communicating with your teammates, or just going all-out pew-pew at one another, it’s a great way for people to come together and have fun as a group. And if your group comes out more bonded than ever, then you could say that the mission’s been accomplished.

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Cover image adapted from: @chelseagohhh and @gemmaneedham

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Farzana Fattah

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