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Karaoke Bars in Singapore: Top spots for a night of singing fun

Nothing really beats the feeling of belting out some of your favourite songs. But instead of doing it in the shower (you sexy thing, you), why not grab some friends for a night of karaoke? Here’s a couple of places that promises a fun time (and some liquid courage).

Actors' new outlet at *SCAPE looks promising!
Actors’ new outlet at *SCAPE looks promising!

Actors
Have you ever left a gig wishing that you were the one on stage? Well Actors gives you that very opportunity! Whether you’re a music enthusiast or looking to sing along with the house band, this is one place that gives you the full rock star experience.
13A-15A South Bridge Rd (Now also at Scape)

Tang Music Box
With 25 different rooms with all sorts of music (different language options), these guys have nailed karaoke parties. Sizes vary from rooms for one – three singers to a whopping 40-person club.
3B River Valley Road, #02-03/04 The Foundry, 179021 (block B Clarke Quay)

Cash Studio
This place might not be the most fancy spot but it has all the basics of karaoke and is the place to go if you’re a fan of Japanese music.
#B3 Ming Arcade, 21 Cuscaden Rd (Also at a number of other locations)

K Box
If you haven’t already walked past one of their 9 outlets, K Box is one of the better known karaoke chains in Singapore. It’s perfect for a casual night and with 9 outlets around the island, it’ll make meeting up easier for bigger groups.
Marina Square, 6 Raffles Boulevard, #03-208/209 (Also at a number of other locations

K Suites
K Suites is the chic sister of K Box, offering patrons the chance to relax in various themed rooms. You’ll also find pool tables, Wii and PS3 consoles in some of the rooms for some extra entertainment.
#B3 Ming Arcade, 21 Cuscaden Rd (Also at Tanglin Road)

For a red carpet feel pop by Mono
For a red carpet feel pop by Mono

Mono
You’ll find this trendy karaoke lounge at St James Powerstation. This place is decked out with everything you’ll need to take centerstage but if you’d rather a more intimate setting, private rooms are available too.
St James Power Station, 3 Sentosa Gateway

Party World
Party World is quite similar to K Box in many ways and is one of their bigger competitors. There’s not too much of a difference between them although you’ll probably find a wider selection of chinese songs here.
 #03-03 Liang Court SC, 117 River Valley Rd (Also at a number of other locations)

Ten Dollar Club
True to its name, this karaoke bar charges only $10 for a session. It’s great if you’re on a budget and looking for the bare essentials.
Level 3, 35A Smith St (Also at a number of other locations)

TopOne
What sets this place apart is the recording studio option they have on the second floor. Immortalise your voice by making an album to remember the night by at $30 per song or $50 per hour.
#01-01 Bugis Point, 530 North Bridge Rd

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