16 Rock Climbing & Bouldering Gyms In Singapore Suitable Even For Beginners To Channel Spiderman At

Rock climbing & bouldering gyms in Singapore


We’ve used and abused our running shoes and tried to head to the gym more times than we could count – but when those fitness sessions don’t work out, you know it’s time to try something new. If you’re looking to burn fat and obtain that lean physique, then rock climbing or bouldering could be the answer to your dream bod prayers.

From augmented reality (AR) climbing walls, to transparent ones that’ll have you climbing face-to-face with your friends, and climbing gyms with free yoga classes, here are some rock climbing and bouldering gyms to check out.


1. boulder+ – Has a 60° overhang & top out wall


boulder+ is where you can attempt to conquer the top out wall and get a feel of what it’s like to climb outdoors. For the uninitiated, this type of wall has climbers making their way over the wall and completing the course at the top. 

Once you’re done conquering “Mt. Everest”, head over to the 60-degree overhang wall for some vertical hangs. You’ll see a variety of routes with different difficulty levels, so both new and veteran climbers can try their hand at completing them. 

boulder+
Admission Fee
$180/ 10 passes
Address
Kallang Avenue
Opening Hours:
Monday 12:30 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

2. Z Vertigo – Affordable rates from $12/day for youths


Tucked away in Bukit Timah Shopping Centre is Z Vertigo, a big favourite amongst the pros. But that’s not to say that beginners should avoid this gym as it features a tonne of lower-level routes too. They also have fingerboards and hangboards if you’d like to train your finger strength and resistance. 

While the space is slightly smaller, gym entries are uber affordable – youths born after 2005 can score passes at $12/pax and adult passes are priced at just $17/pax. Plus, the place is just a short 4-minute walk from Beauty World MRT so you also save on some transport fees. 

Z-Vertigo Boulder Gym
Admission Fee
Entry Pass
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Google Reviews
4.8
(96)
Address
170 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, B2-20B, Singapore 588179
Opening Hours:
Monday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings

3. BFF Climb – Beginner-friendly routes & kids corner



There’s also a slide for kids to whiz down at the Play Zone (right).
Image adapted from: Joycelyn Yeow, @bffclimb.boulderzone via Instagram

We know, we know. It can be pretty daunting climbing these high walls, especially when you’re bouldering with no harness. Those afraid of heights can visit BFF Climb instead as the gym has shorter walls that are beginner-friendly. 

Kiddos can also have fun at the Play Zone, where there are mini routes and a foam pit for them to jump into. No minimum age is required – children just need to be at least 11kg. And good news for all Easties as BFF Climb is opening a new outlet in Tampines, just a 3-minute walk away from Tampines MRT. 

BFF Climb Bendemeer
Google Reviews
4.4
(108)
Address
2 Kallang Ave, #01-20 CT Hub @ Kallang, Singapore 339407
Opening Hours:
Monday 09:30 AM - 10:45 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information
BFF Climb Bukit Timah
Google Reviews
4.5
(167)
Address
896 Dunearn Rd, #02-01D, Singapore 589472
Opening Hours:
Monday 07:30 AM - 10:45 PM Show More Timings
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4. Upwall Climbing – Wide range of auto belay lanes



The gym also has 8 lead climbing lanes.
Image credit: Upwall Climbing

Upwall Climbing is where top rope climbers will thrive as there are 15 auto belay and 10 top rope lanes to check out. For those unfamiliar with climbing terms, top rope climbing is where climbers will don a harness to scale higher walls. Top rope lanes require an extra person to belay as a form of support, while auto belay routes use a machine instead. 

Young kids can consider visiting this gym to try out the kid-friendly routes too – passes go at $12/entry on weekdays for those under 18. And for those who love documenting their climbs, you’ll be pleased to know that the giant windows around the gym let in a tonne of natural sunlight so your lighting will be slay.

Upwall Climbing Pasir Ris
Address
1 Pasir Ris Close #01-105 Singapore 519599
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:30 AM Show More Timings
Upwall Climbing Changi City Point
Admission Fee
Single Gym Entry Pass: $22
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Address
5 Changi Business Park Central 1 #02-14/15/16 Singapore 486038
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 11:30 PM Show More Timings
Upwall Climbing Downtown East
Admission Fee
From $22/pax for a single gym entry pass
Google Reviews
4.5
(74)
Address
1 Pasir Ris Close, E!Hub@Downtown East, #01-105, 519599
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings
Upwall Climbing Changi City Point
Address
5 Changi Business Park Central 1, Changi City Point, #02-14/15/16 Singapore 486038
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings

5. Fit Bloc – Also has pool & gym



Image credit: Fit Bloc via Facebook

For a bao ga liao package, head to one of Singapore’s largest bouldering and fitness centre – Fit Bloc. There are 3 massive bouldering walls, and they’ve recently added 7 auto belay lanes. But that’s not all – your entry pass will also grant you access to the swimming pool, gym, and co-working space.   

They currently have 2 outlets: Depot Heights Shopping Centre and The Oasis, near NUS. First-timers can also enjoy the $60/3 passes package – so you’ll save $24 with this promotion.

Fit · Bloc
Google Reviews
4.8
(227)
Address
87 Science Park Dr, #03-02 The Oasis, Singapore 118260
Opening Hours:
Monday 09:30 AM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information
Fit · Bloc
Google Reviews
4.8
(227)
Address
108 Depot Rd, #02-01 Depot Heights Shopping Centre, Singapore 100108
Opening Hours:
Monday 09:30 AM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings
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6. Project Send – Chill climbing gym with in-house cafe



Image credit: Esplanade Mall

At Project Send, climbing is an aesthetic experience. The new gym at Esplanade Mall is splashed in muted colour palettes and takes over 5,200sqft of space. You won’t be bored here either, as there are over 70 climbing routes across 12 grades. 



Image credit: Project Send

Those addicted to climbing will be pleased to know that you can do a 1-week binge climb for $50/pax – which includes unlimited climbs and unlimited fitness classes. Otherwise, promotional rates for a full day experience costs $35/pax inclusive of a pastry and a drink from its in-house cafe, Beta Cafe. 

Project Send also focuses on holistic wellness, and you can also sign up for strength training and mobility classes. 

Address: 8 Raffles Avenue, #02-29, Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
Opening hours: Mon-Thu 6.30am-9.30pm | Fri-Sat 10.30am-1.30am (Closed on Sundays)


7. Climb Central Rock Climbing – Indoor with colour-coded routes



Image credit: @parcsovereign via Instagram

Climb Central isn’t just a rock climbing gym in a shopping mall – it’s a great training ground for newbies who haven’t a clue about rock climbing. Each climbing lane has grips that are colour coded according to difficulty level, and friendly instructors will give you a 15-minute crash course on climbing before your session.


Both outlets are fitted with a bouldering wall
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Image credit: @climbcentral via Instagram

Tickets are sold in the form of day passes, which will allow you to leave for lunch or a shopping break before you head back in to climb. Prices start from $22 for adults for a day pass without equipment, and students can make use of the Youth day pass which is priced at $28.  

Climb Central Sports Hub
Google Reviews
4.2
(252)
Address
#B1-01 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Place, Singapore 397628
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information
Climb Central Novena
Google Reviews
4.1
(137)
Address
Novena Square, 238 Thomson Rd, #03-23/25, Singapore 307683
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings

8. Kinetics Climbing – Bouldering gym with frequently updated routes



Image credit: @kineticsclimbing via Instagram

Kinetics Climbing is a small bouldering gym tucked away in Serangoon, suitable for both beginners and those with experience. This gym regularly switches up its climbing routes so you can expect varied paths to explore every time you visit.


Image credit: @kineticsclimbing via Instagram

There’s also a top-rope wall and other courses available from experiential climbing to personal coaching. Day passes start from $15/student and $19/adult, and you can rent shoes at $5. If you’re an avid climber, there are also options for a multipass. 

Kinetics Climbing
Google Reviews
4.9
(1,041)
Address
511 Serangoon Rd, Singapore 218153
Opening Hours:
Monday 04:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

9. Oyeyo Boulder Home – 180-degree bouldering wall



Image credit: @popiahboy via Instagram

Oyeyo Boulder Home is a cosy bouldering gym with walls standing at 3m. It’s pretty small so there won’t be too many people – great if you’re a newbie who doesn’t want 100 people staring as you fall like a coconut from a tree. But if you’re a seasoned climber, go straight for their 180-degree climbing wall that’ll have you climbing like spiderman on steroids.


Image credit: @oyeyoboulderhome via Instagram

There’s a one-time registration fee of $10, and 1-day entry pass priced at $18 – not inclusive of equipment. If you’ve made bouldering your new personality, you can also purchase a bundle, starting from $80 for 5 entry passes. 

Once you’re done conquering the wall, head to Owl’s Brew next door. It’s a small bar which you can knock back with some drinks at after a good climb sesh.

OYEYO Boulder Home
Google Reviews
4.8
(137)
Address
148 Mackenzie Rd, Singapore 228724
Opening Hours:
Monday 01:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

10. SAFRA Yishun Adventure Centre – Highest rock wall in Singapore


SAFRA Yishun Adventure Centre takes rock climbing to literal new heights with its 25m-tall outdoor rock wall. Offering the most variety, the place also houses 15m sport climbing walls, a 18m slab wall, and 18m chimney and crack walls.


Image credit: Camelot 

They also have a massive 2-storey indoor bouldering gym if you just can’t stand small bouldering spaces. 

Those with a little more experience can try their chalky hands at the crack wall – a perfect middle ground for climbers who want to try something more challenging but just aren’t ready for real cliffs.

 
Image credit: PAP Nee Soon

You can also check out the abseiling and canopy walk onsite. Prices for SAFRA members start from $12.95, while non-members pay $17.85. Keep your eyes peeled for their special student promo and passion card privileges for cheaper entry.

Note: You’ll need a level 1 SNCS certification and be 7 years old or older to climb here

SAFRA Yishun Adventure Centre
Google Reviews
4.1
(35)
Address
60 Yishun Ave 4, Safra, Singapore 769027
Opening Hours:
Monday Closed Show More Timings
Contact Information

11. Boulder Movement – Bouldering gym in CBD area with class passes


We’re all too familiar with class passes that give us access to fitness gyms. Well, if you’d like to join a climbing course, Boulder Movement offers all-inclusive class passes. The best part? The gym is located in the CBD so you can zip over after work.


Image credit: @_nickelless via Instagram 

They’re known for their comprehensive classes that range from the basics of bouldering to more intermediate with focus on strength training and mobility.


Image credit: @lesdenhoe via Instagram 

It also has a stationary workout area with hanging boards for finger strength training to target the muscles that are needed for climbing. Of course, you can always choose to climb at leisure and purchase an entry pass at $30, while a class pass to access the course costs $45.

Boulder Movement Downtown
Google Reviews
4.7
(201)
Address
6A Shenton Way, #B1-03 Downtown Gallery, Singapore 068815
Opening Hours:
Monday 05:30 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information
Boulder Movement Tai Seng
Google Reviews
4.7
(114)
Address
18 Tai Seng St, #01-09, Singapore 539775
Opening Hours:
Monday 05:30 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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12. The Cliff @ Snow City – Rock climb & visit Snow City for just $30



Image credit: @shanzy67 via Instagram 

If you’re dropping by Snow City, you might want to check out The Cliff @ Snow City, which offers 10 climbing lanes with various difficulty levels. Prices start at $30, and entry into the climbing gym includes snow play.


Image credit: @jeremytongclimbs via Instagram 

This climbing gym also offers team-building sessions, birthday parties, and certification classes.

The Cliff @SnowCity
Google Reviews
3.3
(7)
Address
21 Jurong Town Hall Rd, Singapore 609433
Opening Hours:
Monday 02:00 PM - 06:00 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

13. Boulder World – Bouldering gym at Paragon Shopping Centre



Image credit: Boulder World

Boulder World is a bouldering gym at Paragon Shopping Centre measuring a staggering 7,000sqft in size. With over 100 routes for climbers of any level, the place is also big enough to host birthday parties. Entry passes start at $16/pax during off peak timings – from 9am-5pm on weekdays – but you can also get a multi pass from $120 for 5 passes

Boulder World
Admission Fee
$25/adult
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Google Reviews
3.7
(562)
Address
290 Orchard Rd, #06-25/26 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859
Opening Hours:
Monday 08:00 AM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings

14. Ground Up Climbing Gym – Bouldering gym with an onsite cafe



Bouldering wall
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Image credit: @cecilatham via Instagram 

Ground Up climbing gym is home to a bouldering wall and lead wall. It’s known for its professional coaches and beginner taster session. Priced at $44/hour, their guided class is a great introduction to the climbing scene for first-timers who’ll be taught the proper climbing techniques and body conditioning exercises.


Image credit: @moadventurer via Instagram 

An entry pass here costs $22/adult and $15/youth without equipment. They also have an onsite cafe perfect for if you wanna fuel up before your session, or to lounge at while your kids scale the walls.

Ground Up Climbing
Google Reviews
4.2
(189)
Address
60 Tessensohn Road CSC@Tessensohn (Level 2, Singapore 217664
Opening Hours:
Monday 05:00 PM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings
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15. The Rock School – Kid-friendly climbing gym with classes


The Rock School has moved from Bedok Community Centre to Our Tampines Hub – and it’s pretty hard to miss with its splash of bright blues, reds, and yellows. But don’t be fooled, the routes here are rather challenging. There’s even a 13m Spaceship Wall. 


Image credit: The Rock School

Newbies can look forward to climbing sessions led by an instructor available once every few hours. You’ll be able to climb rain or shine, because the outdoor wall is sheltered. 


Image credit: The Rock School

There is also a wide range of classes such as private coaching for both adults and children. Prices for entry start from $17/adult and $15/youth

The Rock School
Admission Fee
$17/adult
Address
Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, #02-81 Singapore 528523
Opening Hours:
Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings


16. Climb@T3 – Family-friendly climbing facilities at Changi Airport



Image credit: Changi Airport Group 

Changi Airport is probably the best airport to be if you’re facing a flight delay, especially with tons of attractions and facilities. Now, you can climb too. Managed by the same folks behind The Rock School, Climb@T3 is a new rock climbing facility at the basement of Changi Airport. 


Image credit: Changi Airport Group

There’s a 8m-high rock climbing mall that spans 2 floors, B2, and B3. Otherwise, kids or beginners can try their hands at the lower bouldering wall. Prices here start at $17/pax for an unguided Climb & Play package and $28/pax for a guided session. The latter is great if you’d like an instructor showing you the ropes – literally – on the high wall. 

Climb@T3
Google Reviews
4.6
(24)
Address
65 Airport Boulevard, #B3-01/02 Terminal 3, Singapore 819663
Opening Hours:
Monday 02:30 PM - 09:30 PM Show More Timings
Contact Information

(Closed) Clip n’ Climb


Far from your regular climbing gym, Clip n’ Climb at HomeTeamNS Tampines has 19 climbing walls so wacky, you’ll forget you’re actually there to exercise.


Image credit: @chasing320 via Instagram 

Perfect for the young and young at heart, each wall presents a different vertical challenge that will require a mixture of brain and brawn to conquer. The more outrageous ones look like strands of DNA and our favourite Tetris game.


Image credit: @drgeraldinelee via Instagram 

You’ll also be able to switch up your parent-child bonding sesh with a little competition and take on their “glass” wall and climb face-to-face with your kiddo. Prices start from $18 for members, while non-members pay $25 for a 90-minute session. They also offer Laser Quest onsite at an additional cost.


(Closed) Upside Boulders



Image credit: @upsideboulders via Instagram 

Upside Boulders is a bouldering gym that’s probably one of Hougang’s best-kept secrets. The bouldering space is pretty small, giving a cosy and intimate environment.

Prices here are the cheapest you’ll find in SG at just $14 for adults and $12 for those aged 20 and below or children. They also have options for multi-passes and season passes.


(Closed) Climbers Laboratory



Image credit: @climberslabrotary via Instagram 

Another AR climbing experience you can get is at Climbers Laboratory, which provides more challenging routes for adults. They definitely don’t compromise on the fun though, because you can expect to climb walls with quirky cartoon characters or lego bricks.


Image credit: Climbers Laboratory 

As for the augmented reality (AR) walls, you’ll be able to choose from different challenges that’ll have you scrambling to meet the game’s objective whilst racing against the clock. Purchase an all-day climbing pass for $22 and if you’re under 21 years old, it’ll cost you just $14.


Image credit: @climberslabrotary via Instagram 


(Closed) Let ‘em Play



Image credit: Youtube –  Spin Stop

If you and your crew love a little competition and are always looking for new activities to partake in, then Let ’em Play will be your ultimate playground.The augmented reality (AR) climbing wall is the star of the show here, putting a futuristic spin on our usual ones.

It uses projected graphics to create games and challenges to compete with your friends – whoever grabs hold of the most climbing grips in a set amount of time wins!


Image credit: @letemplaysg via Instagram 

Besides the AR climbing wall, there are 5 other walls for you to try out such as a giraffe- and tree-themed one. There’s also a two-storey high indoor high elements obstacle course that’s suitable for both kids and adults.

An all in package starts from $36 for adults and $30 for children. There are also ticket options for just the AR wall.


Best rock climbing gyms in Singapore


Conquering a wall and getting to the top is a feeling unlike any other. Aside from that, you’ll be burning a whooping 600-900 calories rock climbing compared to the 500 calories you’ll burn running for an hour. And with plenty of routes and walls to conquer, you can be sure that 1 hour won’t be enough.

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First published on 18th April 2019. Last updated by Joycelyn Yeow on 7th July 2023. 

Siti Hawa Samsudin

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