You’re excited about your new ping pong skills since you’ve been taking up lessons. With the buzz of new abilities coursing through your veins, your hands are itching to do more outside of lessons.
Unfortunately, there’s not much practice time you can slot in before or after your lessons, because the place is constantly fully booked by trainers to teach other students just like you.
What you need is practice, but like most amateur players in Singapore, you sadly don’t have a table at home.
At your wit’s end and still can’t find where to play table tennis in Singapore? Don’t give up just yet. Here’s a list of hidden spots conducive for beginners like you to bring out your best game.
Agilent has opened up its Sports Club to welcome beginners, veterans, and all table tennis players alike. Come by and get a feel of playing on top quality table tennis tables used in worldwide competitions.
The BP Pro 9’s table top is made in Italy, coloured using a non erasing technique that’s exclusive to XIOM for an everlasting colour. With the table’s special coating there’s almost zero sign of wear and tear, and the table also minimises irregular ball response.
Durable and equipped with heavy duty ABS wheels and brake systems, you can freely wheel the tables at the Sports Club for a good spot to train in. With all-adjustable heights, these tables at the Sports Club are perfect for training with your younger children if they wish to join in on the fun.
Whether it’s a serious solo training session or a fun day out with the family, the Agilent Sports Club is the ideal place in Singapore to get that all-needed practice in. Come down and explore at Nordcom II Tower 2, 2 Gambas Crescent #07-33, Singapore 757044.
Sports Hall and Community Centres
Your Neighbourhood Court For Convenience
Convenience above all else? Singapore is sprinkled with community sports halls and centres in almost every district. So to find a table tennis court you can play in near your home is relatively easy.
They may not be the most fancy, but these easily accessible locations are always good to have on hand for a decent table tennis hall for practice.
To amp up on the convenience, you can book a table online using the ActiveSG app or the onePA website.
Public Facilities with Refreshing, Cool, Air Con
If you’re looking for a place that’s a little more boujee, head to Hall 1 at OCBC Arena.
Right along Kallang (East-West line) or Stadium (Circle line) MRT, it’s one of the newer sports halls in Singapore that opened in 2015. Here, you’ll find cool, air-conditioned table tennis courts and ping pong tables in great condition.
Another air-conditioned table tennis hall you wouldn’t expect to find is at the Singapore Swimming Club. Situated on the Sports Centre’s third level, these courts are available for booking from 7 am to 10 pm at only $5.35 per guest.
Practice in comfort and bring out your A-game with ease at these air-conditioned tennis courts.
Play With Some Privacy
For the shy players, sometimes you just need some good old privacy to bring up your game. With no distractions, you can focus wholeheartedly on your batting techniques and zone into serious game mode.
Toa Payoh South CC
Only 5 participants allowed in the table tennis room in one booking. Feel the freedom of colonizing this room with your group of friends.
No drawbacks, no diversions. The table tennis table here is all yours for at 1-hour slots, which you can book online on the onePA website.
Train up your skills in the privacy of your own home with a proper table tennis table of your choosing. Hit the internet and scroll through table tennis tables for sale in Singapore.
Having your own ping pong table definitely has its perks—whether it’s to get some quality training done in full concentration or some daily exercise for health and wellness. Or hold casual, friendly matches with friends and family and spend some fun quality game time on your off days.
Find A Court, Based On Khakis
It’s no fun to practice alone. To improve your skills, find a sparring partner or a group that frequents the courts so that you can get a good amount of game experience.
Here’s where you can find some interest groups that are up to your speed:
- Interest groups on STTA
- Meetup group app: Sg Table Tennis, Table Tennis ( Ping Pong ) Enthusiasts
- Anchorvale Community Club: every Tuesday
- Jurong East Sports Centre: every Wednesday
- Jurong West Sports Centre: every Tuesday
- Choa Chu Kang Sports Centre: every Thursday
Improve Your Game Today
It’s amazing how finding the perfect location can do wonders for your practice and your game. Don’t forget to gear up with quality equipment like table tennis blades and rubbers to keep your form on the right track.