Looking to solve interesting Escape Rooms in Singapore?
When I was younger, my classmates and I would camp in the computer lab to play virtual escape room games from websites. Little did we know that as we grew up, this idea would be conceptualised into a physical game that will keep us entertained in real life.
Escape rooms are a great way to foster a stronger bond with your friends, family or colleagues through having fun together — you’ll have to work together to look for clues, solve problems and navigate your way out of the trapped room in stipulated timings.
Have a go at these 10 escape rooms in Singapore for a fun-filled time:
Situated at *SCAPE Youth Park, Trapped SG has only three escape rooms, but before you start brushing it aside, we’ll have you know that the success rate of escaping is only 17%.
Trapped SG also has a chest filled with the most interesting props to have a photo taken after the game.
Price: Promotion at S$24/pax (peak), S$22/pax (off-peak), Student S$18/pax
Escape Artist has two outlets, one at Prinsep Street and another at Harbourfront — both are easily accessible by public transport. The rooms focus on creating an experience rather than puzzle solving, which includes a lot of physical movements like climbing and crawling.
Escape Artist also lets each player choose a super power, which will allow an additional five minutes to escape the rooms, or the ability to gain an extra hint.
Price: Ranging from S$22 – S$29/pax, for more ticket info
Featuring four rooms in total, BreakOut Singapore will squeeze your brain juice to the very limit. It is designed for experienced escape room players, but if you’re up for the challenge, put yourself to the test even if you’re a newbie.
The interesting thing about BreakOut is that there are more than a single way to solve a puzzle. You’ll never know until you’ve exhaust all your creativity.
Price: S$25/pax, S$15/pax (student)
BreakOut Singapore: 31 Kreta Ayer Rd, Singapore 088998 | Tel:6226 2688 | Opening Hours: Mon – Thurs 12pm to 10:30pm (Last booking 9:15PM), Fri – Sat 12pm to Midnight (Last booking 10:30PM), Sun 12 pm to 8pm (Last booking 6:45PM) | Website
Unlike any other escape rooms in Singapore, Encounter has three typically designed rooms, and one that is located in an actual HDB apartment.
‘The Apartment‘ is styled with a local twist, with the theme surrounding a family that has gone missing. Will you be able to piece together the clues to find out what truly happened to them?
Price: Ranging from S$28 – S$33/pax, S$5 off for students, for more ticket info
The Captivate Escape, which we have recently featured, has five rooms in total with a unique tricky feature.
Captivate Escape also hosts escape room parties for anyone above seven years old, now I know where my next birthday celebration will be held at.
Price: S$22/pax (Mon-Thu), S$24/pax (Fri-Sun)
Captivate Escape Rooms (At Singapore Shopping Centre): 190 Clemenceau Ave, #06-28, Singapore 239924 | Website
Boasting the widest collection of 12 games in total, Xcape has a mix of both horror and fun-themed rooms, including Kungfu Panda, Annabelle, to Resident Evil.
For thrill seekers searching for an escape room with great sound and lighting effects, it is definitely the place to go.
Price: Ranging from S$22 – S$32/pax, for more info
Xcape:Bugis Village, 152B (level 3), 160A (level 2) & 158B (level 3) Rochor Road, S188435 | Opening Hours: Mon – Thu 11am – 11.30pm, Fri & Sat: 11am – 1am (next day), Sun: 11am – 11.30pm | Website
LockDown.SG provides six different games to choose from with an unlimited amount of hints provided. There are rooms available with various challenges for the novice to the experts.
The rooms are well-decorated with clever elements and props that match the themes perfectly. Psst, I heard you’ll have to be especially attentive to details to solve the mysteries.
Price: Ranging from S$19 – S$22/pax, for more info
Lockdown.SG: 26 Eu Tong Sen Street, #02-33 Clarke Quay Central, Clarke Quay Central, 059817 | Opening hours: 11am – 10pm Daily | Website
Escape Hunt is an international brand, with outlets across more than 20 countries worldwide.
The puzzles are family-friendly, with three different themes to choose from. So, grab your little cousins along to join in the fun!
Not can you chill in the huge lounge, you will also serve hot tea and biscuits. The prices are charged per room, hence the more players, the lower the price per person will be.
Price: Ranging from S$28 – S$38/pax, for more info
Escape Hunt: 100 Orchard Road, Concorde Hotel & Shopping Mall, #02-43, Singapore 238840 | Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm Daily | Website
Located at The Cathay, Freeing SG is one of the escape rooms that has impressed me deeply. The moment you step into the room, you will completely be immersed in the character.
Freeing SG also includes Virtual Reality (VR) system into the gameplay to further engage the players. There are seven rooms in total, separated into horror and non-horror themes.
At my time of visit, one of the rooms was undergoing maintenance, so make sure you check before going down.
Price: Promotion at S$24/pax (peak), S$20/pax (off-peak) | Student and NSF at S$20/pax (peak), S$16/pax (off-peak)
Freeing SG: 2 Handy Road, The Cathay, #03-04/05 Singapore 229233 | Opening Hours: Sun – Thu & PH 12pm – 10:30pm, Fri, Sat & PH Eve 12:30pm – 1:30am (Last booking, an hour before closing time) | Website
With five different themed rooms in total, Lost SG works with very advanced technology to create unforgettable experiences for their players.
The props and set-up of the rooms are extremely well designed, ensuring that the puzzles are interactive yet challenging. This is one of the best escape rooms I’ve been to.
Prices: S$21.90/pax (off peak), S$26.90/pax (peak)
Lost SG Escape Room: 1 Sophia Road, #03-01/02/03 Peace Centre Singapore 228149 |Opening Hours:Sun-Thu 11am – 10:30pm (Last game ends at 11:45pm), Fri & Sat 11am – 12:30am (Last game ends at 1:45am) | Website
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