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The Best Places to Vent and De-Stress in Singapore

The Best Places to Vent and De-Stress in Singapore

Singapore is a dynamic city-state where skyscrapers can be intimidating and everything is fast-paced. Finding moments of tranquillity and stress relief is essential for a Singaporean’s overall well-being and balance.

The best psychologists in Singapore can help you get to the root of your anxiety and come up with more permanent solutions. 

But in this guide, let’s explore calming places, activities, and rage rooms in Singapore for venting frustrations or channelling anger productively. 

The Fragment Room

Address: 490 MacPherson Rd, Singapore 368198 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6569700343

Hours: Daily, noon – 10 PM

Price: $$


The Fragment Room is arguably the best-known rage room in Singapore. It offers a safe space (literally and figuratively) to unleash anger by smashing objects to bits. 

Here, you can embrace your beast mode and experience instant gratification as you break items like old TVs and glow-in-the-dark objects until you feel catharsis. 

You can sign up for a session at The Fragment Room alone or with a group. The fragment room price list covers solo and group smash room rates (S$41 to S$163 for 5 pax). Each booking includes a S$3 booking fee.  

Pro-tip: Wear comfortable attire that you don’t mind getting dirty or sweaty.

Scream Booth at Science Centre Singapore

Address: 15 Science Centre Rd, Singapore 609081 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564252500

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 10 AM – 5 PM

Price: $$


Sometimes, when frustration is balled up inside you, you just need the right space to let it all out without anyone hearing about it. Luckily, the Scream Scene Booth at the Science Centre lets you release pent-up stress by screaming as loud as you want.

You can measure your scream’s volume on a metre from mild (green) to shrieking-banshee (red) levels. This way, you can enjoy a carefree couple of minutes letting go of your rage minus the noise complaints.

Pro-tip: The Science Centre offers an Annual Pass for unlimited access (and screams!) to exhibitions and events year-round.

Splat Paint House

Address: 207a Upper Thomson Rd, Singapore 574346 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6588820839

Hours: Wednesday to Friday, 3 – 9 PM; Saturdays, 11 AM – 9 PM; Sundays, 11 AM – 8.30 PM

Price: $$


At Splat Paint House, stress can become an artsy mess with UV paint in the dark for added fun. It’s a unique twist on painting sessions where you can throw things artistically to decompress.

Choose your painterly weapon from squirt bottles, syringes, or even squirt guns. It’s spacious enough for groups of frustrated friends or families to creatively vent together. 

Pro-tip: Canvases take up to 48 hours to dry but are yours to take home. The studio can only keep them for up to two weeks.

Singapore Gun Club

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Address: 990 Old Choa Chu Kang Rd, Singapore 699814 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6564661575

Hours: Wednesday to Friday and Sundays, 9 AM – 2 PM; Saturdays, 9 AM – 6 PM

Price: $$


At the Singapore Gun Club, you can practice marksmanship to de-stress responsibly. It gives you the chance to shoot airborne clay targets as a safe way to “hunt” without harming living beings.

Consider an annual membership for access to courses and competitions to enhance your marksmanship skills. The website also lists programmes and shooting events if you wish to join as a non-member.

Pro-tip: Remember to bring your cap and sunglasses, especially on sunny shooting days.

AMPED Trampoline Park

Address: 10 Raeburn Park, Block C, Level 2 02-33, Singapore 088702 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6598238443

Hours: Daily, 10 AM – 7 PM

Price: $$


For stress relief with a boost of adrenaline, visit AMPED Trampoline Park. With 35 interconnected trampolines, it offers activities to bounce away anger and anxiety. 

Enjoy foam pits, dodgeball arenas, and slam-dunk zones for a worry-free experience. It’s also a fun way to stay fit, especially when booking sessions with other stressed pals.

Pro-tip: Maximum booking size is 8 persons. No intermingling with other guests/groups is allowed.

Zesty Kickz

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Address: 6A Shenton Wy, #02-25 Downtown Gallery, Singapore 068815 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6598005009

Hours: Monday to Saturday, 10.30 AM – 9 PM

Price: $


For a powerful endorphin release, opt for a serious workout like kickboxing. Zesty Kicks is a top kickboxing training gym in Singapore that offers high-intensity sessions for decompression and self-defence training.

You can vent your frustrations with kicks, dodges, and punches during Muay Thai or circuit training classes. And since it’s a physically intense activity, you can yell out your anger or stress (using non-expletives, we hope!) while kicking and punching.

Pro-tip: Private 60-minute training sessions are available (book here).

Ziva Yoga

Address: 59B Duxton Rd, Singapore 089523 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6581634827

Hours: Mondays and Fridays, 6 – 9.30 PM; Tuesdays, 6 PM – 9 AM; Wednesdays, noon – 1.30 PM and 6 – 9 PM; Thursdays, noon -1 PM and 6 – 9 PM; Saturdays, 10 AM – 4.30 PM; Sundays, 10 AM – 5 PM

Price: $$


There’s no better way to centre yourself and practice mindfulness than doing yoga. Serious practitioners like the ones behind Ziva Yoga believe in yoga’s deeper purpose, which is unlocking a healthier and happier you.

The studio offers various styles: hatha, flow, prenatal, kids, and more. It focuses on building strong foundations for a safe and effective practice.

Plus, its classes are small so you won’t have to worry about being crowded!

Pro-tip: Drop-in classes are available in case you need a spontaneous yoga session, but check the schedule, as the daily classes aren’t at the same time.

Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle

Address: 85 Lor Tawas, Singapore 639823 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562686121

Hours: Daily, 9 AM – 5 PM

Price: $


The focused engagement at the potter’s wheel makes pottery a therapeutic activity for all ages. Thow Kwang Pottery, a pottery ware supplier since 1965, now holds dragon kiln workshops so people can have hands-on experience at the wheel.

Participants get to keep two pieces of pottery and shop for crockery items, too. And being inside the cave-like dragon kiln is a calming and mysterious experience on its own.  

Pro-tip: Animal lovers can personalise their pet’s bowl with a paw stamping workshop!

Smoke & Mirrors

Address: 1 St. Andrew’s Road, #06-01 National Gallery Singapore, Singapore 178957 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6583806811

Hours: Monday to Wednesday, 6 PM-midnight; Thursday to Saturday, 6 PM – 1 AM; Sundays, 5 PM-midnight

Price: $$


While we don’t promote drinking as a solution to frustration, it’s good to savour the experience if you’re at one of Singapore’s top rooftop bars within an art gallery. Aside from its scenic views, the bar boasts an innovative cocktail menu.

Cocktail themes intricately complement museum pieces and are explained to customers with precision. It’s a quiet, intimate, interactive experience that’s sure to shoo the blues away with sophistication and class.

Pro-tip: Casual city chic attire is required—with no slippers, tank tops, singlets (ladies), or gym clothes. Dress shorts are permitted for men with closed shoes.

Westwood Bowl

Address: 91 Bukit Batok West Ave 2, Singapore 659206 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6565137490

Hours: Tuesday, 12.30 – 1 AM and 9.30 AM -midnight

Price: $


At CSC Westwood Bowl, you can get a budget-friendly option for releasing frustrations (S$3.60 per game for non-members and S$2.80 per game for students). Despite the slightly outdated system, the well-maintained lanes offer a nostalgic 00s vibe.  

With two dozen fully equipped lanes, it’s perfect for amateurs and skilled bowlers alike. Once focused on the game, anxieties melt away, leaving the desire for a perfect game.

Pro-tip: Arcade games are available at the bowling centre for those seeking to de-stress with classic entertainment.

Meomi Cat Cafe

Address: 668 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188801 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6562960339

Hours: Daily, 11 AM – 8 PM

Price: $$


Cat owners have subconsciously known it all along; the purring, head bumps, and biscuit-kneading from felines can drive away the blues daily.

That’s why the resident felines at Meomi Cat Cafe await you within a relaxing and cosy setup. A hot cup of coffee and feline companionship in a pet-friendly, chill place— what’s not to like?

Pro-tip: The cafe’s staff are available to brief you about the cats’ personalities so you can rest assured you won’t be around a grumpy moggie!


Address: 46 Dunlop St, #02-00, Singapore 209375 (Google Maps)

Contact: +6589070666

Hours: Tuesday to Thursday, 10 AM – 6 PM; Friday to Sunday, 10 AM – 8 PM

Price: $$


Catopia offers a cosy atmosphere and gentle interaction with friendly felines, encouraging patrons to unwind and relax.

While picking up cats is prohibited, it’s a great way to learn about boundaries and consent in shared spaces.

Pro-tip: There’s limited seating, so booking in advance is recommended.
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