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Bowling in Singapore – 7 Bowling Alley Chains Ranked from Cheapest to Most Expensive

Eugenia Liew

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If your workplace has employees that just don’t do stuff like laser tag or dragon boating, there’s always bowling, the boring but still acceptable team bonding activity. And of course, if you’re too young to play snooker at pubs, bo pian – off to the bowling alley you go.

Naturally, you’ll want to know how much bowling costs and which bowling alley is the cheapest in Singapore. Here are the top bowling alley chains in Singapore, ranked from cheapest to the most expensive.

 

Bowling in Singapore – bowling alleys from cheapest to most expensive

Bowling alley in Singapore Price per game Price per hour
Westwood Bowl $3.40 (off peak) / $4 (peak)
Changi Resort Bowl $3.60 (off peak) / $4.20 (peak)
Planet Bowl $4 (off peak) / $4.50 (peak)
Orchid Bowl (excluding SAFRA clubs) $4.30 (off peak) / $5.50 (peak) $20 (off peak) / $28 (peak)
Singapore Bowling at Rifle Range (Temasek Club) $4.50 (off peak) / $5 (peak)
SuperBowl (All outlets except Toa Payoh)   $4.50 (off peak) / $5 (peak) $21 (off peak) / $30 (peak)
SuperBowl (Toa Payoh) $5 (every day) $21 (off peak) / $30 (peak)
Kallang Bowl $28 to $50
Orchid Bowl (SAFRA Punggol and Yishun) $20 (off peak) / $28 (peak)

Note: Prices listed in this table are the standard public rates.

Cheapest bowling alley in Singapore: Westwood Bowl at CSC Bukit Batok ($3.40 to $4/game for public)

Best off peak bowling promotions: Planet Bowl ($2/game on weekday mornings, $2.50/game on Sun to Thu after 10pm, $3/game on Sat after 12am)

Cheapest for students: Westwood Bowl at CSC ($2.60/game on weekdays before 6pm)

 

Westwood Bowl (CSC at Bukit Batok) – $3.40 / $4 per game

To answer everyone’s burning question, Westwood Bowl at the Civil Service Club @ Bukit Batok is hands down the cheapest bowling alley in Singapore.

Cheapest rates: $2/game (walk-in promotion, weekdays 9:30am to 2pm)

Standard rates: $3.40/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

CSC member rates: $2.60/game (weekdays before 6pm), $3.40/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Student (under 21) rates: $2.60/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Shoe rental: $1.50/pair

 

Changi Resort Bowl (CSC at Changi) – $3.60 / $4.20 per game

Want cheap bowling without having to go all the way to Bukit Batok? Introducing Changi Resort Bowl at the Civil Service Club @ Changi. It’s just slightly more expensive than Westwood Bowl.

Standard rates: $3.60/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4.20/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

CSC member rates: $2.80/game (weekdays before 6pm), $3.60/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Student (under 21) rates: $2.80/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4.20/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Shoe rental: $1.50/pair

 

Planet Bowl (CSC at Tessensohn) – $4 / $4.50 per game

Planet Bowl at the Civil Service Club at Tessensohn doesn’t have the cheapest prices, but it does have a good walk-in promotion for super off-peak hours.

Cheapest rates: $2/game (walk-in promotion, weekdays 10am to 12pm)

Late night promo rates: $2.50/game (Sun to Thu after 10pm), $3/game (Sat after 12am)

Standard rates: $4/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4.50/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

PAssion card rates: $3.80/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4.50/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Shoe rental: $1.50/pair

 

Orchid Bowl (excluding SAFRA Clubs) – $4.30 / $5.50 per game

Unlike the other above-mentioned bowling alleys, Orchid Bowl lets you pay either per game or per hour (excluding the ones at SAFRA). This is great for those who play alone, but you’ll literally need to play at least 5 games to make your money’s worth.

For per game rates, they exclude Friday nights and weekends, as well as cosmic bowling nights (basically, the place morphs into a night spot with loud music and flashing lights).  For the latest prices for the different outlets, please check the Orchid Bowl Facebook page or Orchid Bowl website.

Student (under 21) rates: $3.30/game or $16 per lane/hour (weekdays 10am to 6pm), $5.50/game or $28 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

NTUC Plus! rates: $3.50/game or $16.20 per lane/hour (weekdays 10am to 6pm), $4.90/game or $26 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

PAssion card rates: $4.10/game or $19 per lane/hour (weekdays 10am to 6pm), $4.90/game or $26 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Standard rates: $4.50/game or $20 per lane/hour (weekdays 10am to 6pm), $5.50/game or $28 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Shoe rental: $1.90/pair

 

Singapore Bowling (Rifle Range Temasek Club) – $4.50 / $5 per game

Temasek Club is a pretty fancy club and it’s located at Bukit Timah, so naturally, Singapore Bowling is one of the most expensive bowling alleys. With 38 lanes, it’s also the biggest.

Temesak Club member rates: $3.60/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Student and senior citizen rates: $3.60/game (weekdays before 6pm), $5/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

HomeTeam NS and SAFRA rates: $4/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4.50/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Standard rates: $4.50/game (weekdays before 6pm), $5/game (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends)

Shoe rental: $1.50/pair

 

SuperBowl – $4.50 / $5 per game

With 6 outlets across Singapore, Super Bowl is the one of largest bowling alley chains. But I guess convenience comes at a price – it’s more expensive than the other alleys, especially the Toa Payoh branch.

Student (under 21) rates: $3.50/game or $17 per lane/hour (weekdays before 6pm), $4.50/game or $25 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm and all day on weekends)

PAssion card, HomeTeam NS and SAFRA rates:  $4/game or $17 per lane/hour (weekdays before 6pm), $4.50/game or $25 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm and all day on weekends)

Standard rates: $4.50/game or $21 per lane/hour (weekdays before 6pm, per game rate excludes Toa Payoh), $5/game or $30 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm, all day on weekends, all day per game rate for Toa Payoh)

Shoe rental: $1.50/pair

 

Kallang Bowl (at Kallang Leisure Park) – from $28 per hour

Despite being the most expensive, Kallang Bowl at Kallang Leisure Park is one of the most popular bowling alleys in Singapore.

Standard rates (weekday): $28 per lane/hour (Monday to Thursday, 9am to 5pm), $40 per lane/hour (Monday to Thursday, after 5pm)

Standard rates (weekend): $34 per lane/hour (Friday, 9am to 5pm), $48 per lane/hour (Friday, after 5pm), $42 per lane/hour (weekends before 2pm), $50 per lane/hour (weekends after 2pm)

Shoe rental: $1.30/pair

 

Orchid Bowl (at SAFRA Punggol and Yishun)

Unlike the other Orchid Bowl alleys, guests playing at SAFRA Punggol and SAFRA Yishun have to pay per lane per hour at most times. Another thing to note: Discounted rates are for the cardholders only. So if you’re a member but bring in 3 guests, your guests will pay the public rate.

SAFRA rates (Yishun): $3.50/game (weekdays before 6pm), $4.90/game or $26 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm and all day on weekends)

Standard rates (Yishun): $4.30/game (weekdays before 6pm), $28 per lane/hour (weekdays after 6pm and all day on weekends)

SAFRA rates (Punggol): $16.20 per lane/hour (weekdays before 6pm), $26 per lane/hour (weekday after 6pm and all day on weekends)

Standard rates (Punggol): $20 per lane/hour (weekdays before 6pm), $28 per lane/hour (weekday after 6pm and all day on weekends)

Shoe rental: $1.50/pair

 

Where is your favourite place to go bowling in Singapore? Tell us in the comments below!

 

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Eugenia Liew

I’m a 90s millennial who’s starting to realise that #adulting is more expensive than it seems on Instagram. When I’m not writing for MoneySmart, I’m usually playing with drain-dwelling stray cats or shopping at Sephora.