The pandemic has taken a toll on our favourite KTVs, with many outlets shuttering when they couldn’t receive customers.
Thankfully, the government has allowed for the reopening of KTVs, amongst other entertainment venues. We’ve compiled a list of family-friendly KTVs to go sing your heart out.
Teo Heng KTV Studio
Ah yes, every Singaporean’s beloved.
Teo Heng only has four operating branches left, at Suntec City, Causeway Point, JCube and Star Vista.
Despite needing to close many of their outlets, they still offer the cheapest prices in Singapore, charging only $12 per hour for a small room (maximum 4 pax) during happy hours.
Additionally, their loyalty card programme means you get an hour free for every five hours accumulated. It’s no wonder why Singaporeans can’t get enough of Teo Heng.
They also have a no-alcohol and no smoking policy, ensuring a family-friendly atmosphere for all.
You can check out more details on their website, and make a reservation by calling in:
- Suntec City: 68846266
- Causeway Point: 67600345
- JCube: 67346300
- The Star Vista: 67751500
Ten Dollar Club
No, the costs are all higher than $10, but Ten Dollar Club still offers pretty cheap rates at a multitude of outlets islandwide.
The cheapest rate of $12 per pax for a three-hour package is on weekdays, from 2pm to 7pm. The rates for nights and weekends are slightly higher, but it never exceeds $20.
Additionally, there’s also free flow of hot and soft drinks, so you don’t have to worry about drinks.
You can check out their Facebook page, and call to make a reservation.
HaveFun isn’t merely a karaoke. They also offer other services like live band performances, private movie screenings, and even board games. There’s sure to be an activity for everyone in the family.
They have 4 outlets islandwide, including:
- Downtown East
- SAFRA Toa Payoh
- SAFRA Yishun
You can check out their website, where they have detailed menus and rates for each outlet.
For reservations, you can drop them a direct message on their Facebook, or WhatsApp them at 89091123.
K.Star upgrades your usual karaoke sessions with different themed rooms in various sizes, tailoring the rooms according to your needs. From a faux bakery to funky disco lights, there’s bound to be a room you like.
You can even change the lighting in each room with simple touch controls, so that the vibes are perfectly suited for each song you pick.
They have two outlets at Orchard Central and Plaza Singapura, with their rates starting from $20 per hour.
Visit their website for more information on the various rooms they offer, and look through their gallery to see the variety of themed rooms you can book.
For enquiries, you can call K.Star at 91711588.
7th Heaven KTV & Cafe
Cafe during the day and restaurant at night, with 15 private karaoke and dining rooms… 7th Heaven has it all.
Each private room comes with free wifi, charging ports, cozy sofas, and an excellent sound system. They even offer card and board games, as well as football channels on the TV.
They charge per hour for each room, with a $2 add-on for karaoke. These rooms are perfect for a day of bonding with family and friends, especially since there’s a variety of activities available in the rooms.
Their cafe also offers a wide selection of fusion food that is suitable for all ages and dietary preferences. KTV, games, and food, all at 7th Heaven at SAFRA Tampines.
You can check out more details and make your reservations on their website.
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