Rollerblade rental shops in Singapore
There are plenty of nature parks and park connectors in Singapore that come with smooth routes suitable for rollerblading, but not all of us own a pair of inline skates. And even if you do have a pair at home, it can be a hassle bringing them out of the house if you’re looking at blading around somewhere that isn’t your own neighbourhood.
To make things easier, head over to these rollerblade rental kiosks in Singapore to rent a pair instead – all of them are located in or near major parks for extra convenience too.
1. Skateline – $8 per hour
Image credit: Skateline Skateschool Singapore
Skateline is a skate school at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park that also offers rentals. You’ll probably feel famished after an afternoon of skating, so you’ll be glad to know that the park has eateries such as McDonalds and GRUB within its sprawling grounds.
Price: First hour $8, Subsequent hour $8, Six hours $40
Address: Bishan Ang Mo Kio Park, River Plain (By the sheltered area next to the public toilet)
Telephone: 9382 3336
2. The Loop Co. – from $12 for 2h
Image credit: Lifestyle Recreation
Just 5 minutes away from East Coast Park at Marine Parade Central is The Loop Co., which offers skates for rental at an affordable price of $20 per pair for three hours. It’s located in a HDB estate so you can stop by for a quick meal at the nearby Marine Parade Food Centre and grab some drinks before heading out on your skating journey.
Price: From $12 for three hours
Address: Blk 80 Marine Parade Central, #01-778, Singapore 440080
Opening hours: Weekdays 9AM-7PM | Weekends 9AM-8PM
Telephone: 9112 0168
3. Inlinex Ang Mo Kio – $10/hour, $21.40 full-day
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You don’t always have to head to Pasir Rise or East Coast to roller skate. Ang Mo Kio also has a rental store, Inlinex, which makes things convenient for those living in the Central or North of Singapore.
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Skate rentals here start from $10 per hour, but to get the best deal available, go for a full day rental which costs $21.40. Do note that you will have to bring along your passport or IC if you plan to rent these skates.
They also sell skateboards and colourful kick scooters for kids.
Price: 1 hour or part thereof, $10 | Full day rental, $21.40
Address: #02-13, 3 Ang Mo Kio St 62 Link@AMK Singapore 569139
Opening hours: Weekdays 12 PM–8 PM | Weekends 10 AM-8 PM
Telephone: 6858 2887
4. Bikes @ Waterway – $20 for 3H
Image credit: Punggol SAFRA
Bikes @ Waterway is housed within Punggol SAFRA, and it is also a part of the Park Connector Network (PCN) Pitstops – which means you can return your skates or bikes at any other Pitstops situated within the Eastern PCN. Rates start from $20 for a minimum of a 3-hour rental. If you’re doing some leisurely night blading under the moonlight, you can also rent them overnight for just $30.
There’s also no lack of sports and leisure activities for you to choose from in Punggol SAFRA. If rollerblading is not for you, you can always head for other activities such as bowling or archery.
To add on, SAFRA members also enjoy 15% off bicycle and skate rental. Check here for more details.
Price: $20 for three hours
Address: 9 Sentul Crescent, #01-04 Safra Punggol, Singapore 828654
Opening Hours: Weekdays 9AM-7PM | Weekends and PH 9AM-8PM
Telephone: 9112 0168
5. Coastline Leisure – $18/first hour, $8/subsequent
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Head to East Coast Park for Coastline Leisure, a 24-hour kiosk where you can rent skates anytime you want. Plan a romantic roller skate date by the beach, and catch the sunrise or sunset while at it.
Rates are $18 for the first hour and $8 for subsequent hours, so it’s more worth it to skate for a longer period.
Price: $18 for the 1st hour, subsequent hours $8/hour (inclusive of rollerblade, wrist/knee/elbow pad + helmet + socks)
Address: East Coast Park Area E (Carpark E2) 1220 ECP, Singapore 468960
Opening hours: 24 hours
Telephone: 6443 3489 (Station No.) | 9298 3194 (Events Contact)
Where to rent rollerblades in Singapore
Rollerblading is an activity that’s relatively affordable and easy, which makes it a great leisure activity with friends. Many of these rollerblade rental kiosks also offer bike rentals so if you are afraid you won’t be able to balance in shoes with wheels, cycling can be an alternative.
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Originally published on 24th July 2019. Last updated by Josiah Neo on 28th July 2021.