Activities

The Fragment Room: Fun Indoor Rage Room To Smash Items And Unleash Your Inner Hulk

The Fragment Room Singapore


We all have different ways of blowing off steam. Some may choose to tune out at a relaxing spa in Singapore while others may want to catch a breath of fresh air at nature reserves and parks. But let’s admit this: there are just days where some of us feel the urge to smash something. While you can’t do that at home lest your family thinks you’ve gone crazy, let The Fragment Room grant you with that instant gratification. Let out your primitive side by smashing cups, destroying glass bottles and even electronic appliances without worrying about replacing damaged items. 

For other ways to blow off steam in Singapore, check out:


Smash household items to let off steam



Image credit: The Fragment Room

Whether you’ve had a rough day at work or your relationship is in shambles, nothing beats the feeling of letting it all out by throwing plates, vases and electronic appliances to your heart’s content. And you’ll get to do this in a specially-designed rage room, without having to clean up after.


Image credit: The Fragment Room

You’ll be well protected from injuries too as protective coveralls, helmets equipped with visors, cut-proof gloves and safety boots are all provided with each package. You’ll also be armed with weapons like baseball bats and crowbars to make the smashing and breaking all the more satisfying.


Image credit: The Fragment Room

Each 30-minute session comes with a crate of breakables for each person. Prices start at $38 for those going solo, while bringing a friend along will cost both of you a total of $75

There are also add-ons available to make the most out of your rage room experience. Unleash your inner demons unto electronics ($20++) like printers and phones or go beast mode with an extra crate of breakables ($25)


Image credit: The Fragment Room

If you want to bring your gang of three to five pax, there are currently ongoing discounts on The Fragment Room’s website. This is also a great activity for corporate events and bonding sessions, so do email them to enquire as they will be strictly adhering to Covid-19 restrictions. 


Unleash your inner rage at The Fragment Room Singapore



Image credit: The Fragment Room

We’re not going to lie – it’ll feel great to intentionally destroy household items and see them shatter into a million pieces. Whether you’re frustrated as heck, or simply want to unleash your inner rage, head here to finally let loose.

Book a session at The Fragment Room Singapore.

Getting there: The nearest MRT station is Tai Seng, which is just an 11-minute walk away. If you’re taking the Downtown Line, you can also stop at Mattar and walk for 13 minutes. 

Find out more about The Fragment Room Singapore


Address:
490 MacPherson Road, Singapore 368198
Opening hours: 12pm-10pm, Daily
Telephone: 6970 0343

Here are other things to do and eat in Singapore:


A portion of this content may contain referral links to products. Our opinions remain our own.
Originally published on 17th February 2021. Last updated by Dewi Nurjuwita on 7th June 2022.

 

Deborah Gan

Recent Posts

8 Places In Your House That Are Secretly Collecting Dust & Dirt, Causing You To Sneeze All The Time

We bet you haven't cleaned the vegetable compartment inside your fridge since the day you…

August 8, 2022

8 Pet Safety Items For Dogs You Can Buy In SG To Protect Your Pup When Bringing Them Out For Gai Gai

If you're looking to travel with your dog in a safer manner, here are 8…

August 8, 2022

Funan Has An Outdoor Rooftop Cinema Screening Of DC League Of Super-Pets To Attend With Your Furbaby

A pet-themed movie night sure sounds like the paw-fect treat for you and your fur-iend.

August 8, 2022

10 Best National Day Songs Over The Years Ranked For You To Sing From Your Window This PH

In the spirit of our nation's birthday, take a walk down memory and re-familiarise yourself…

August 8, 2022

Guide To CPF Contribution In Singapore, So You Know Where Your Money’s Going & How To Use It

Trying to make sense of how CPF works doesn’t have to be confusing and tedious.…

August 8, 2022

8 Things Every Singaporean Experienced During Their Primary 5 NDP Preview

NDP mmrs from our Primary 5 days. You'll definitely remember #2, one of the most…

August 8, 2022