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Top 42 Bouldering Gyms in Singapore

Introducing the 42 Bouldering Gyms and Playground in Singapore for Adults. From facilities to locations to single entry pass prices and more.

The rock climbing and bouldering scene has hit Singapore with a storm.

Who would have thought just 10 plus years ago when I picked up this pastime, it was still a rather non-conventional sport in Singapore? It had more restrictions and higher barriers of entry ( most rock climbers seen bouldering in Singapore are teenagers or students who started and picked it up from school days)

Bouldering Singapore Gyms for every climber and boulderer Singaporean

However, over time, with greater publicity and awareness about rock climbing and bouldering since the Olympics, it started attracting more working adults, Singaporeans and parents with their kids into the scene, looking for a fun and alternative form of workout beyond the gym/ fitness classes available in the market. Bouldering and climbing gyms in Singapore are getting fancier over time with some of them having incredible facilities like air filters, co-working space options or even cross-fit and yoga classes if you need a bit of a variety.

List of Bouldering Singapore gyms present and past that have marked their grounds:

Introducing the best bouldering as well as best rock climbing gyms in Singapore in NO ranking order. We as seasoned climbers have visited almost all of it to share our expert opinions and thoughts, but do go through all of it to make a fair assessment of which gym is most suitable based on your climbing ability, comfort level and convenience.

1. Climb Central

Your complete guide to the 35 best bouldering Singapore gyms for adults and kids. From facilities to locations to single entry pass prices and more.
The Climbers of Kallang Wave Mall. Climb to your heart’s content..in the middle of the arena. Only in Climb Central

This gym is in a very public arena located in the heart of Kallang Wave Mall – very conducive for boulderers young and old, beginner and advanced. You will also get a lot of passers-by peering down over the ledges looking at you ‘circus-ing’ around.

A convenient and comfortable gym, the bouldering community is growing here, but do try to avoid the peak hours to have a comfortable time exploring the routes. Get ready to enjoy a good rock climbing workout!

They have opened their 3rd gym in Funan Mall to cater better to the CBD central working crowd and youths. So if you have always been looking for something centrally located, this is a good one. Be warned, all their gyms are quite open-spaced, so you need to feel comfortable with the attention.

Climb Central Sports Hub | B1-01, 1 Stadium Place, Kallang Wave Singapore 397628
Climb Central Novena | Novena Square 238 Thomson Road #03-23/25 Singapore 307683
Climb Central Funan | 107 North Bridge Rd, #B2-19/21 Funan Mall, Singapore 179105
Climb Central i12 | i12 Shopping Mall, 112 E Coast Rd, Singapore 428802
Climb Central Choa Chu Kang | Safra 28 Choa Chu Kang Drive, #03-02A Singapore 689964

Single Entry Price: $28
Monthly Pass: $104 – 131

2. Climbers Brewing

Climbers having fun at Climbers Lab | Bouldering and Climbing Gym Singapore
Boulders having fun at Climbers Lab

Previously located in the west at Jurong, a north-eastie like me will be glad to know that the gym has now moved to Woodleigh Park, smack between Potong Pasir and Serangoon Station. Finally a cosy bouldering gym in the northeast part of Singapore!

Drop by here if you want to avoid the hoards of students and family crowd and just do some bouldering, climbing or even just catching up with your climbing buddies and pals.

Climbers Lab | 48 Woodleigh Park Singapore 608586

3. Keen-Attics

Class in action. Some students learning the 101 about bouldering at Kinetics Bouldering Gym
Class in action. Some students learning the 101 about bouldering at Kinetics Bouldering Gym. Photo credited to Kinetics Climbing Gym.

Also recently relocated to the new base near race course road, this all-time favourite bouldering gym has built its reputation over the years to be – where all the hot men are.

Don’t ask me why, but apparently, they have been featured in some websites being the top places to hang out to check out cute guys. On a side note, Kinetics also have periodic slasher sales where you can get the best climbing shoes at a really great price. Le Sportiva fans, you gotta stalk their FB page to find out when the next sale is.

Kinetics Climbing | 511 Serangoon Road Singapore 218153
Single Entry Price: $19
Monthly Pass: $110 – 250

4. The Wonderful World of Boulder World Singapore

Get a good weekday and weekend workout at Boulder World Singapore
Get a good weekday and weekend workout at Boulder World Singapore

Paya Lebar peeps listen up, we can now deliver some parcels and climb some rocks as well;) Boulder World is located in Singpost Centre, just a short walk from the Paya Lebar MRT station, which is a key transit station between the east-west MRT line ( green) and circle MRT line ( orange).

Boulder World Singapore is currently the largest bouldering gym in Singapore and has close to a hundred interesting routes/ problems catering to beginners as well as hardcore hustlers. Their ”Moonboard” is also a growing attraction and is always in demand.

Boulder World Singapore, SingPost Centre, Enrichment Zone, #01-205
Boulder World Orchard, 290 Orchard Rd, #06-25/26 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 238859
Single Entry Price: $25
Monthly Pass: $90

Facing challenges going to the gym to climb?
Why not invest in a good hangboard or fingerboard for training at home?

5. Climbers of Asia – Ground Up

Set your target and get a good rock climbing workout, at Climb Asia, Singapore's 1st bouldering and climbing gym. Photo credited to Climb Asia
Set your target and get a good rock climbing workout, at Climb Asia, Singapore’s 1st bouldering and climbing gym. Photo credited to Climb Asia

One of the pioneer gyms for bouldering in Singapore, this was one of the 1st gyms I started to do bouldering, and I really like their 2nd-floor design of the gym, like a 2-storey maze and playground. Come here if you want a mix between some top rope/ lead climbing and also bouldering.

They are one of the gyms that have a massive outdoor lead climbing wall, so if you are not into bouldering that day, that is always an option!

Ground Up Climb Asia | 60 Tessensohn Road, c/o CLUB CSC @ TESSENSOHN Singapore 217664
Single Entry Price: $22
Monthly Pass: $80

6. Move that BOul-D at Boulder Movement (4 outlets)

The fancy entrance of Boulder Movement, located in the basement of OUE Downtown.
The fancy entrance of Boulder Movement is located in the basement of OUE Downtown.

This fancy bouldering gym is located smack in the heart of CBD, not to mention in the swanky new luxury mall in OUE Downtown. It is a bouldering gym out to compete with the likes of full-facility fitness gyms, by providing good showering facilities, towels, climbing shoe storage and even complementing workout regime classes like CrossFit and yoga classes to further. Aiming to position itself better than the rest, it also looks into the well-being and health of its members by having world-class air filtration systems in it.

There is plenty of cool quirky shops and hipster coffee cafes in this mall as well, so be prepared by packing your snacks or getting ready to spend quite a bit of money around the area when you are here.
Good news, if you are the type that likes to rotate between gym locations, Boulder Movement has opened up outlets in the northeast and east! So for those who no longer work in the CBD and mostly work from home now, this is a new location perfect for your bouldering workouts.

Boulder Movement Downtown | 6A Shenton Way #B1-03 OUE Downtown Gallery Singapore 068815
Boulder Movement Tai Seng | 18 Tai Seng St, #01-09, S(539775)
Boulder Movement Rochor | 2 Serangoon Road #02-12, Tekka Place Singapore 218227
Boulder Movement Bugis | 201 Victoria St, #05 – 07, Singapore 188067

Single Entry Price: $30
Monthly Pass: $68 – 118

7. Rock School ( Bedok Community Centre Outlet)

Located at Bedok Community Centre, this heartland climbing gym is perfect for the Easties and for people just starting out climbing.

The Rock School Boulder Wall - Cosy Boulder Gym in the East of Singapore | The Rock School Tampines Hub
The Rock School Boulder Wall – Cosy Boulder Gym in the East of Singapore

The Tampines hub outlet has a 4.5m high boulder wall, the same supplier for World Cup IFSC climbing and high-quality rented climbing gear by Black Diamond and Boreal. Much effort has gone into creating a quality climbing experience for serious climbers and beginners alike within a neighbourhood community.

The gym founders come from both sport climbing as well as Sports Science and youth development, hence the state-of-the-art climbing facility also provides a variety of programmes for first-timers and beginners, from exploratory sessions, fun and social experience to structured programmes designed to develop climbing techniques for fitness enthusiasts and novice climbers.

Bedok Community Centre 850 New Upper Changi Rd, #01-06, Singapore 467352, p. 6242 2106. 

8. Z-Vertigo Boulder Gym

Z-VERTIGO BOULDER GYM is a warm and welcoming gym to spend the rest of your evening or your weekend. It’s like a home with a family-orientated community here. The friendly staff and the gym owners are always ready to assist you, hanging out with you by the climbing wall as you attempt the boulder problems.

Z-Vertigo Boulder Gym
Check out Z-Vertigo Boulder Gym

There are plenty of boulder problems for everyone and for climbers of any skill and climbing experience. Whether it’s your first day of climbing or a seasoned climber Z Vertigo Boulder Gym has interesting problems to welcome you into the climbing world and to challenge your might. From the classic boulder problems to crank on, to the fun and dynamic coordination sets. Not to forget, the training sector with the hang boards for warm-up and specific finger strength training. The gym also has a spam wall with endurance sets. Z Vertigo Boulder Gym got you all covered.

Z Vertigo Boulder Gym, Bukit Timah Shopping Centre, 70 Upper Bukit Timah Rd, #B2-20B, Singapore 588179
Single Entry Price: $17
Monthly Pass: Apprx $100 per month with the $300/ 3 months

9. Bouldering in Singapore @ Safra Yishun Gym

Play at Safra Yishun Gym for Bouldering - Photo credited to @OnlyDanish
Bouldering in Singapore – Play at Yishun Safra Bouldering Gym (Photo credited to @OnlyDanish)

Last but not least would be SAFRA Yishun Gym. A tard further to get to given it is situated in the far north, this outdoor rock climbing spot actually also have a really fun bouldering ‘maze’ playground in the centre of its top-rope structure. You can literally boulder your way up 3 storeys if you want to. I would recommend boulderers to visit this top boulder gym once if you want to have a bit more fun than an intense workout.

As I am really a fan of outdoor climbing, just outside this bouldering gym is the immense rock climbing outdoor wall, 1 building for top rope and the other a few metres away for lead climbing. You can prepare for some unpredictable weather here in Yishun ( very hot or rainy), so don’t forget your sunblock, sunhats or umbrellas/ ponchos for your gear.

Yishun Safra | 60 Yishun Avenue 4 Singapore 769027
Single Entry Price: $18 for Public/ Members are $13
Monthly Pass: NA ($130/ 10 passes)

10. O-Ye-Yo or more known as Oyeyo

Tile-ing up in Oyeyo New fresh routes going up in the cosy little gym in Little India | bouldering gym Singapore
Bouldering in Singapore: Tile-ing up in Oyeyo – New fresh routes going up in the cosy little gym in Little India. Photo credited to Oyeyo

Also another cute bouldering gym named, this cosy little ‘monkey’ gym Oyeyo located near Little India MRT station, a few stops away from the city. It’s also located very near one of the outdoor climbing shops Campers’ Corner.
This gym is a perfect hangout place to throw aside your work problems and keep you busy with bouldering ‘problems’. Come hang, swing, chill and be pumped with a smile of satisfaction while getting a good rock climbing workout!;)

Oyeyo Boulder Home | 148 Mackenzie Road Singapore 228724
Single Entry Price: $18
Monthly Pass: NA ( $140/10 passes)

11. Bring your +1+2+3 to BoulderPlus+

Kids, families, friends, colleagues. Everyone can have fun together. Boulder Plus currently have 2 outlets, one located at Aperia Mall at 12 Kallang Ave, it is a convenient spot for Easties!​

They have a cool 60-degree overhang bouldering wall with some custom-built cool features by the Walltopia brand, the globe’s number 1 leading wall manufacturer. Not to worry if you attempt one of the tough routes, your falls will be cushioned by high-quality bouldering crash pads.

Fret not Westies, their newer and 2nd outlet is located in the west at The Chevrons Boon Lay is raved to be supposedly one of the biggest in Singapore. I have not checked it out myself yet, but do swing by if you do.

Boulder Plus | The Aperia Mall, 12 Kallang Ave, #03-17, 339511
Boulder Plus | The Chevrons, 48 Boon Lay Way #04-01, Singapore 609961

Single Entry Price: $30
Monthly Pass: NA ( $200/ 10 passes)

12. Outpost Climbing Gym

Opening in 2019, this gym, formerly known as T-Hall, is located at North Bridge Road near ICA is the number 15 bouldering gym in Singapore! Something a bit more central finally.

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Outpost Climbing Gym | Address: 464 Crawford Ln, Singapore 190464
Single Entry Price: $28
Monthly Pass: $90-

13. Get Fit at FitBloc

Located in Science Park, this bouldering gym located in the west makes it perfect for westies who find it a challenge to travel to the majority of gyms in the East.

This Boulders Gym in Singapore has special facilities linked to their building like a nice lap pool and co-working space. This is cool for a digital nomad like me who works off my laptop yet wants to squeeze in some climbing. Not many climbing gyms can proudly say they have a co-working space in the same premise.

Fit Bloc Boulders Gym | 87 Science Park Dr, #03-02 The Oasis, Singapore 118260
Fit Bloc Depot Heights | 108 Depot Rd, #02-01, Singapore 100108
Single Entry Price: $28
Monthly Pass: $80

14. UpWall Climbing

Remember the old Ferris wheel over in Downtown East?
Well, that is long gone and the pretty space by the glass front of the mall is now taken over by the new climbing gym called Upwall.

16 top rope lanes with 10 auto-belay routes and 8 lead climbing lanes for the more advanced level climbers. Bouldering can be done shared with the lead climbing lanes, with a thick crash pad set up below it.
Opened during the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, this air condition-carpeted gym is really cosy and comfortable without the crazy crowds like some of the other more popular climbing and bouldering gyms located more centrally, where you need to camp on their online pages to secure a slot.

Air conditioned kids friendly gym | UpWall Rock Climbing Gym and Downtown East
Air-conditioned kids-friendly rock climbing gym

We managed to visit this climbing gym in the Far East with a few last-minute walk-ins by our extended family who decided to join. The space is quite friendly for younger kids and toddlers too. There are nice soft white-lining seats against the wall the kids can chill there while their parents climb.
Some downsides though, the gym caters a bit more to top ropers as compared to boulderers, so there isn’t a designated area for you to boulder and do exciting overhangs. Also, prepare for a bit of a nosy crowd of families and kids watching you if you climb on the part that is against the railings of the mall.

UpWall Climbing Gym | 1 Pasir Ris Close, E!Hub@Downtown East, #01-105, 519599
Single Entry Price: $20
Monthly Pass: $80

15. BFF Climb

I found out about BFF over dinner with a boulderer recently, and I was amazed that they already had 2 outlets despite only opening in 2021.

One cool thing about BFF is that beside the Boulder Zone, there is the Play zone which is the fun element of it. Kids of all ages can come over and get enthralled by all the little obstacle courses, AR Wall, foam pit and maze. If I were much younger, this would have been something that would strongly appeal to a toddler or kid in us. Another programme they offer is Camps, which sounds heaps of fun. Too bad it probably does not involve sleeping overnight on a portaledge on the wall.

So do swing by and check them out, there are 2 outlets in Singapore depending if you are more of an eastie or westie.

BFF Bendemeer | CT Hub, 2 Kallang Avenue , #01-20 Singapore 339407
BFF Bukit Timah | Link@896, 896 Dunearn Road, 02-01D Singapore 589472
BFF Tampines OTH | Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, #02-81, Singapore 528523
BFF Tampines OTH | Yo:HA Commercial @ Tampines, 6 Tampines Street 92 #03-06 Singapore 528893

Single Entry Price : $27
Monthly Pass: $108 – 141

16. Boulder Planet

For the north folks, finally here comes a gym that is situated near you. Boulder Planet is located at Sembawang shopping centre and has a fancy edgy space which is a mix of bouldering and social space.

I love that they are all about sustainability and they even have a policy of not advocating and distributing single-use plastic on their premise. FINALLY, a gym that takes this seriously. We have yet to visit them yet but I do hope they also have recycling bins and they do encourage their users to do proper sorting. Singapore needs to buck up in terms of implementing more initiatives to make a more sustainable lifestyle.

So pardon the distraction, do check them out at Sembawang Shopping Centre at Basement 1. If you aren’t much of a Westie, good news, they have a new outlet at Tai Seng that is newer and fresher!

Boulder Planet | SEMBAWANG SHOPPING CENTRE, 604 SEMBAWANG ROAD, #B1- 22/23, 758459
Boulder Planet Tai Seng | 601 MacPherson Rd, #02-07 Grantral Mall/Grantral Complex@Macpherson

Single Entry Price : $30
Monthly Pass: $110

17. Origin Boulder

Here’s another bouldering gym located smack in the heart of CBD – Origin Boulder.

Origin Boulder | Cross Street Exchange,#B1-117/118 ( near Telok Ayer & Chinatown MRT Station)

18. Boruda Climbing

Last but not least, we have another Bouldering Gym called Boruda Climbing. It’s a concept gym that weaved in some Japanese-inspired climbing set-up for those who would love to know better the roots of the Japanese climbing scene. Located near West Coast highway, its a great location for Westies or students who study in this area ( heaps of universities and polytechnics closer to this zone)

Boruda Climbing | 991A Alexandra Road, #02-06/07 (S)119969
Single Entry Price: $30
Monthly Pass: $110

19. Lighthouse Climbing

If you are someone staying near the Harbourfront area or work in the Tanjong Pagar area, then Lighthouse Boulding Gym is a great location for you to swing by after work. Very spacious with a long runway concept, it makes it feel enjoyable to boulder here without feeling claustrophobic.

Lighthouse Climbing | 44 Pasir Panjang Road #B-02, 118504
Single Entry Price: $24
Monthly Pass: $100

20. Project Send

Located smack in the centre of arts and music, you can now go climbing and bouldering after enjoying a piano recital or play over in Project Send. Located in the heart of Esplande, this cosy gym cannot be more conveniently located for people who are looking for a very central location. Not to mention, after a good workout, you can enjoy the spectacular skyline and live music at the Esplanade by the bay.

Project Send | Esplanade Mall 8 Raffles Ave., #02-29 Esplanade Mall, Singapore 039802
Single Entry Price: $35
Monthly Pass: $149

21. Climb@T3 Changi Airport

I have got to say this one completely caught me by surprise. But these days, it’s no surprise that every establishment would want to get one foot into the most trendy shopping area in Singapore, our very own Airport. Okay, just to clarify, this bouldering gym is not located in Jewel shopping centre, but in Terminal 3 in the airport. But yes, it’s a very quick walk after your bouldering workout before you can find yourself gazing at our magnificent world’s tallest man-made waterfall. So whether you are an Eastie who just loves coming to the airport, a parent hoping to drop your kids off while you go shopping or a tourist in transit looking for a quick boulder before your next flight, this bouldering gym is for you.

Climb@T3 | Changi Airport Terminal 3, 65 Airport Blvd., B3-01/02 Public Area, 819663

22. Arête (By Upwall)

A new name, but comes under the Upwall family, here’s a bouldering gym that is located in Changi! Nope, it’s not the one located in the airport, but the one in the Changi business park. If this is your hood given you work nearby, or you are an Eastie, then this location might just be what you want.

Arête | 5 Changi Business Park Central 1, #02 14/15/16, Singapore 486038
Single Entry Price: $22
Monthly Pass: $80

23. My Little Climbing Room

Kids-friendly bouldering gym with a mini obstacle course. Perfect bouldering playground for both young and the young at heart who live near the Kovan, Hougang and Serangoon areas.

My Little Climbing Room | 183 Jln Pelikat, #B1-101, Singapore 537643

24. Ark Liv and Ark Bloc

If you think that rock climbing only appeals to climbers, it seems like gymgoers are starting to see this as a cool addition to workouts as well. There are gyms in Singapore that are featuring a bouldering wall inside the gym as well.

Ark Bloc | 6 Tebing Ln, #01-05, Singapore 828835
Single Entry Price : $28
Monthly Pass: $90

Ark Liv Fushionpolis | 1 Fusionopolis Way #B1-07/08 Connexis Singapore 138632
Ark Liv Downtown East | 1 Pasir Ris Cl, Downtown East #02-339 Singapore 519599

25. Climba

Located in Robinson Centre, this CBD bouldering gym features a Physio room, showers, lounge area. Another tight competitor to all the others located smack in the CBD area, catering to the central business district crowd.

Climba | 61 Robinson Rd, #05-03/04, Singapore 068893
Single Entry Price: $28
Monthly Pass: $120

29. HomeTeamNS

HomeTeamNS Khatib | Level 1, 2 Yishun Walk Singapore 767944
Single Entry Price: $32-78 ( Depending on the days of the week)
Monthly Pass: NA

Honorarily Mentions

Gorilla Climbing Gym Singapore

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Gorilla Climbing Gym - Brand new spanking whitewash walls
Gorilla Climbing Gym – Brand new spanking whitewash walls

Love the name of this gym, definitely lives up to the ‘ape’ like behaviour of us boulderers swinging around on the walls.

Gorilla Climbing Gym had its official opening in the month of Aug 2017 and are welcoming easties and all families and friends to visit its spanking new premise in Chai Chee. One thing I really like about the gym is, it is all white and air-conditioned! Located right next to the flagship Decathlon outlet, it is slowly converting itself into a one-stop adventure hub to climb and shop all in 1 trip.

One more bonus: It has a climbing shop as well if you are looking for great climbing gifts for your boulderers friends, alternatively one can also invest on your first set of climbing gear buying it online on Amazon.

Gorilla Climbing Gym | 750B Chai Chee Road, #01-02 Viva Business Park

Sighted at Onsight Climbing Gym

Boulder to your heart's content at Onsight Climbing Gym. So many routes, from the basics to the competitive levels!
Boulder to your heart’s content at Onsight Climbing Gym. So many routes, from the basics to the competitive levels! Photo credited to Onsight Climbing Gym.

Competitive level standards? This gym has always been regarded as one of the top boulder gyms with the toughest routes. You can see some crazy action going on here with some flying ‘monkey’ boulderers occasionally. And just next door would be some flying monkeys jumping on trampolines and ropes. Really quite a sight at onsight.

Till this day, this is one of my favourite gyms to climb at, not just because my friends love to climb here, its located near the circle line, but the fact that there is super delicious food at the nearby old airport road food court! The thought of prawn noodles and char kway teow is making me hungry already!

Onsight Climbing Gym | 100 Guillemard Road Singapore 399718
(Unfortunately, Onsight climbing gym’s last day of operations is end of December 2020.

Upside Boulders – The Promenade  @ Pelikat

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There is now a boulder gym within 10 minutes walk from my house! For northeasterners who stay in Serangoon, Lorong Chuan, Kovan, Hougang, Sengkang etc, this will be THE GYM to visit. The Promenade @ Pelikat is a small little mall that just opened, and I really hope to visit this gym soon.

Its a cycling distance from Kovan mrt or Serangoon NEX mall. The area is very peaceful as it is situated in the middle of the private housing and residential public parks.

So get dressed for climbing, grab your climbing shoes ( or read up how to pick the best one)
& prepare to check out our list of bouldering singapore gyms when the time is right.

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Which gym has the cheapest bouldering fee in Singapore?

It depends if you are looking at a one off price or a monthly pass. If you buy a monthly pass and climb a few times a week, an entry can be as low at $6. But the average one-off entry fee is between $18-$30, not including shoe rentals.

What are the prices for bouldering in Singapore?

The average one-off entry fee is between $18-$30, not including shoe rentals. If you buy a monthly pass and climb a few times a week, an entry can be as low as $6.

Lydia Yang

Lydia Yang

Lydia Yang is a Singaporean city girl who decided to ditch her high heels for hiking boots and become a full-time traveller and digital nomad. She has been to almost 60 countries to date! She has a knack for adventure travel, especially rock climbing, and always hunts down the best climbing spots around the world. Check out her expert advice on the best outdoor crags to climb at or what workouts to improve your climbing performance.

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