Karaoke is secretly one of Singaporeans favourite hobby. I know it so because practically my entire family, who wouldn’t be caught dead singing publicly, turn into Whitney Houston in their showers.
It’s also such a common sight seeing commuters hum along to their Spotify jams. And well, there are a multitude number of Karaoke outlets in Singapore.
That said, karaoke clubs in Singapore aren’t exactly cheap and might deter hobbyists from paying them a visit. But fret not, that’s why this article exists.
If you are looking for cheap singing spots, here are 8 cheapest karaokes in Singapore for you to sing your hearts out without breaking the bank.
Ten Dollar Club is as value for money as its name suggests. Seriously, it only costs a mere S$10 per pax for five hours. If your aim is to minimise spending and sing your heart out, Ten Dollar Club is the place to be. The icing on the cake, they even serve free flow drinks to quench your thirst after hours of singing.
Despite being a blockbuster brand, Teo Heng is actually really affordable. They charge by room booked instead of by pax, making it cheaper than the other chains no matter the time slot.
With S$20/room for three hours that can accommodate up to six people on weekdays, there’s really not much to complain about. Teo Heng is definitely the place to jio all your kakis down for singing showdown.
Nested in the vibrant nightlife neighbourhood of Serangoon Gardens is K-Garden Family Karaoke – these guys are spoiling the market with insanely low karaoke prices.
No kidding, it goes as low as S$7 per pax during their happy hours (weekdays, 2 – 8pm) if you have a group of seven and above. If not, prices start at $10 nett for 2 – 3 pax. With their low prices, you can save some money for supper around the area afterwards.
Voicebooth KTV offers location convenience at low prices like no other. Everyday before 6pm, each song only costs a dollar. Let’s do some quick math here: if on average, one song is about four minutes, you can sing 15 songs in an hour. As such if longer songs you’re doing, it’ll be more worth it if you pay S$10 an hour instead for a room from Mondays to Thursdays.
Harmony KTV is a haven for those who can sing for hours and still go strong. Happy hours only set you back for S$12 per pax for nine hours (from 2-11pm). It really is an unbelievable deal for those who want to belt it out for a day. Besides, the interior decor is also on point. This is truly the place to be after work to melt your stress away.
Grandlink Karaoke is the place to be if you have a big group of people. Besides a karaoke, they boast game consoles such as X-Box, darts and billiards.
The prices here are as attractive as its plethora of entertainment available, beginning as low as S$5 per hour for their rooms. This is also the place to host parties with rooms that can accommodate a crowd up to 70. If you are looking for a party venue, look no further than Grandlink Karaoke.
Located in Jurong West, Sing My Song Family Karaoke is a hotspot for NTU students. With their low prices, it’s not hard to see why.
Before 6pm, prices go as low as S$6 per room. For the price, they offer comfort and cheap alcohol that will not break your wallet. They even host karaoke singing competitions for the best of the best to pit against each other.
The cat themed karaoke Manekineko is known for their array of finger food and their adorable decors. Currently, they have an enticing S$10 deal where patrons can enjoy two hours of singing alongside free flow snacks and delicious ice cream at all of their outlets.
Those who feel peckish while singing karaoke can indulge in a plethora of snacks while singing your heart out. What’s not to love?