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The best bowling alleys in Singapore

Get your head out of the gutter and have a ball of a time at these bowling alleys

By Jude Elliot Tan
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When bowling alleys in the city announced their anticipated return in Phase 2 of Singapore's reopening plans, we can't help but dust our goofily, stylish bowling shoes. Most bowling alleys are open for business but do check their current opening hours and booking requirements before making a surprise visit. The fun isn't just about bowling a turkey at these bowling alleys either – dance to the latest pop hits at K-Bowling or check out the pros at Kallang Bowl. There's no time to spare – pun intended – hit up these bowling alleys and strike a pose.

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K-Bowling
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K-Bowling

Things to do Games and hobbies Orchard

While you can't hit the club just yet, K-Bowling is your best bet at getting your bowling fix surrounded by neon lights and club bangers. As Singapore’s first multi-entertainment bowling venue, this cosmic-themed alley is more than just a place to knock some pins down. Illuminated by neon lights, the space also houses arcade games, pool tables, dart machines, and even private karaoke booths. While you have your fair share of fun, do follow the safety guidelines. With up to five friends, it's closest to a night out you'll get, for now.

Orchid Bowl
Photograph: Orchid Bowl

Orchid Bowl @ Our Tampines Hub

Sport and fitness Tampines

At this bowling alley in Tampines, the game goes beyond simply hitting a bunch of pins with a big heavy ball. With the installation of the latest scoring and management system (QubicaAMF BES X), the bowling experience is completely redefined. At every one of its many synthetic lanes, bowlers can play games that enrich the bowling experience, as well as learn how to better improve their play – perfect for both pros and beginners. Download the app to receive updates as well as to beat the crowd and book a lane in advance. However, do note that it's currently open from 11am to 11 pm daily.

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SuperBowl @ SAFRA Mount Faber
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SuperBowl @ SAFRA Mount Faber

Things to do Games and hobbies Bukit Merah

Develop your passion and love for bowling, even if you’re just starting out. With as many as 34-lanes, eight of which include gutter bumpers, you’ll definitely find a spot to practice. It's also a more affordable alternative if you're on a tight budget. There's also a shop where you can buy bowling equipment, making sure all your needs are covered. The bowling is currently open from noon to midnight.

SingaporeBowling at Temasek Club
Photograph: SingaporeBowling at Temasek Club

SingaporeBowling at Temasek Club

Things to do Games and hobbies Bukit Panjang

As Singapore’s biggest bowling alley with 38-lanes, this joint is the place for quality bowling. Still don’t believe us? Then take it from Singapore’s very own national bowling team, as this is where they often practice. Clean, well maintained, and huge, this alley is the one to beat. It's also currently open from noon to 10pm daily, but due to a capped capacity of 50 bowlers, you're better reserving a lane beforehand. 

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Westwood Bowl
Photograph: Westwood Bowl

Westwood Bowl

Things to do Games and hobbies Bukit Batok

A modern bowling alley located on a picturesque hillside where a game goes for as low as $12 per lane. At this 24-lane bowling alley, you're sure to have a much less stressful time – even if you're constantly hitting the gutters – as the venue is located in the quieter, more peaceful side of Singapore. It is far from abandoned though, as the amenities are maintained daily for quality games. Do note the new opening hours where it's open from noon to 9pm on weekdays, and 10am to 9pm on weekends.

Kallang Bowl
Photograph: Kallang Bowl

Kallang Bowl

Things to do Games and hobbies Kallang

One of the oldest bowling alleys in Singapore, Kallang Bowl has a special place in most Easterners’ hearts. After its renovation, the bowling alley is stronger than before, with a total of 22 lanes, newer equipment and modern amenities – check out their interactive screen display technology and touch screen control panels. Despite all the new gadgets, at its essence it’s still filled with the same ol’ fun and fighting spirit.

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