Singapore Sports Hub: Things To Do + Where to Eat, Drink and Shop

It’s more than a sports hub – it’s a lifestyle hub. From sports facilities to shopping malls and libraries, the Sports Hub can easily fill up your day-out itinerary.

More than just a sports complex, the 35-hectare Singapore Sports Hub is an integrated venue with something for everyone to enjoy. With malls catering to the avid shopper, to restaurants for the foodies, and facilities for the active bunch, it’s no wonder this is where Singapore comes to play.

With the Stadium MRT providing direct access to the area, and the place within walking distance from Kallang MRT, it is easy to get here. Whether you are planning to go out and be active, or want to enjoy the day in a shopping mall, discover our guide to this amazing destination, and start planning your own trip there!

*Please note there will be further changes to the Covid-19 restrictions post the Phase 2 Heightened Alert on 13 June 2021. It goes without saying, the safety of everyone remains a top priority.

Things to do around Sports Hub

1. 100PLUS Promenade

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Oh no! Has the rain ruined your running plans? I guess it’s time to take a trip down to the Sports Hub. The 100PLUS Promenade features the distinctive three-lane running track which circles around the entire Sports Hub. One full circle around the track will help you clock 888m. Markings on the floor will guide you on completing a 2.4km run. And yes, it is completely sheltered. After your run, cool down along the spacious promenade, and rehydrate from the many vending machines which line the tracks. People cycle, skate, and rollerblade around the promenade too!

2. Splash-N-Surf

Feeling the heat? Cool off with your little ones at the Splash-N-Surf! Whether you are young or young-at-heart, have a splashing good time with your family and friends here. Slide down the colourful slides, relax on the lazy river, or just waddle in the water. With shower facilities and other amenities, this is a wonderful destination for a family’s day out.

*Covid Updates: In line with the Multi-Ministry Taskforce Safe Management Measures (SMM), Singapore Sports Hub has tightened measures across all venues and facilities. The OCBC Arena, OCBC Aquatic Centre and Splash-N-Surf are temporarily closed. Visit www.sportshub.com.sg/updates for full details.

3. Water Sports Centre

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The Water Sports Centre is located right by the picturesque Kallang basin. Facilities there cater to both elite athletes as well as the general public. From there, you can rent a canoe, kayak, or even a dragon boat. The Water Sports Centre is also home to Singapore Canoe Federation, Singapore Dragon Boat Association and ActiveSG Canoe Academy. For more details, visit here.

4. Stadium Riverside Walk

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Want something more chill and laid-back? Well then, nothing will beat a leisurely stroll down the Kallang riverside. Overlooking the Kallang Basin, you can see the Central Business District, Marina Bay, as well as the famous Tanjong Rhu estate. The aesthetic riverside walk also has various things to look out for — such as the Tanjong Rhu Suspension Bridge, a water fountain feature, as well as a larger-than-life wooden bench (one of many across Singapore!) for your Instagram pics.

5. Sports Hub Beach Volleyball Courts

Looking for some adrenaline-pumping action? Look no further than the public beach volleyball courts at the Sports Hub. Located right beside the Kallang Riverside, the two full-sized courts offer a fun beach volleyball sesh with your buddies. Nearby is the Kallang Wave Mall, with toilets and other facilities for you to freshen up after your game. Volleyball not provided.

Beach volleyball courts are made available to the public. Pre-booking is required here.

6. Sports Hub Skate Park

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Channel your inner Tony Hawk as you show off your moves with the city skyline in the background. The skate park, located on Level 3 of the Sports Hub, is directly accessible from the 100PLUS Promenade. With various obstacles and fixtures, you can find like-minded skaters training off their new techniques, and just simply having fun. Tired of the skate park at Somerset? Try this one then! Though, we hope it does not rain when you are there. The skate park is currently not sheltered.

7. Sports Hub Basketball Courts

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Ever wondered where some of the best basketball courts in Singapore are? Well, here’s some reasons why the Sports Hub basketball courts will be on the “best” list. Firstly, just like the skate park, you can take in the awesome views of the Central Business District as you shoot your hoops. Secondly, the well-fenced courts make your play safe, and you do not have to worry about the ball rolling onto a busy road, or hitting an innocent passerby. Last but not the least, you are surrounded by facilities like toilets, vending machines, and even shower facilities. Try your next b-ball game here!

Pre-booking of Basketball Courts are needed here.

8. OCBC Arena

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The OCBC Arena houses even more sports facilities and various courts. At Hall 1, you can find indoor basketball courts as well as table tennis setups. Hall 2 features a massive indoor badminton hall for you to kick up a sweat. In Hall 3, indoor netball and volleyball courts await your next game. All these indoor facilities are part of the OCBC Arena, and require advance booking and payment. Visit this website to learn more.

*Due to the Covid-19 situation, the OCBC Arena is currently closed.

9. OCBC Aquatic Centre

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Featuring a 10-lane Competition Pool and an 8-lane Training Pool, the 3,000-seat OCBC Aquatic Centre caters to athletes and swimming enthusiasts alike. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced swimmer, the sheltered swimming pools provide the ideal conditions for a refreshing lap swimming session. The world-class facility also hosts a range of aqua fitness classes for adults and swimming lessons for both adults and kids.

*Due to the Covid-19 situation, the OCBC Aquatic Centre is currently closed.

10. Kallang Wave Mall

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In the centre of all the action lies Kallang Wave Mall — a one stop destination to shop, dine and play. Whether you are seeking out the best flavours, or love venturing into heart-pumping adventures, there’s always something to do for everyone at Kallang Wave Mall. Whether you want to chill out at a Starbucks, or have a go at the claw machines in the various arcades, this mall is the place to go.

Within the mall, you can also find Climb Central and its two towering rock walls. This beginner-friendly wall-climbing facility promises a safe and fun ascent as you challenge your limits. Visit their website for more details and for rates.

11. Kallang Leisure Park

Exuding nostalgia and zen, the Kallang Leisure Park is often the more-overlooked mall in the Sports Hub area. From bowling, to ice-skating and movie going, indulge in a day of relaxation, learning and quality fun at the Mall, and pick up some fresh groceries, gifts and surprises along the way. Don’t forget to savour the many gourmet offerings available at Leisure Park Kallang, from local favourite delights to splendid feasts.

12. Sports Hub Library

Yes, you’ve heard it right. This is an entire library dedicated to all things sports, fitness and active recreation — providing you with all resources you need to embrace a healthy lifestyle. There’s also a kids’ corner nestled in the library and bunch of engaging activities and programmes for the public. Plus, keep a lookout for the larger-than-life chess set. Enjoy all these in the comfort of the air-conditioned library!

13. Singapore Sports Museum

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Immerse in the world of sports and explore exciting and interactive exhibits. Dedicated to telling the stories of Singapore’s sporting aspirations, the Singapore Sports Museum is Singapore’s first sports-related Museum and welcomes sports training academics, international sporting organisations, as well as curious minds from locally and abroad.

14. Singapore Indoor Stadium

12,000 people — the capacity of the Singapore Indoor Stadium. Taylor Swift, Maroon 5, Elton John, JJ Lin, and many other world-famous performers have graced the stadium with their presence and performances. When concerts are not being held, the venue can be converted into a performance arena for Disney On Ice, or a fighting ring for the annual UFC Fight Night. While events with large numbers of spectators remain somewhat out of reach during the Covid pandemic, look out for events that are still scheduled to occur here, or at the 55,000-big National Stadium (the one with the retractable roof).

15. Sports Hub Fitness & Sports Classes

Push past your personal boundaries by picking up a new sport, or have a go at a fun try-out as a thriving Sports Hub community. Whether for recreation, leisure or sports, the Experience Sports Programme welcomes you to our big family of sports and fitness maniacs! In this pandemic, virtual workouts are available too. Visit here for more.

16. Singapore Sports Hub Gym

Get you the results you want at the Sports Hub Gym located at Level 2 of the OCBC Arena. From muscle toning to efficient cardio routines, escape into the fun and energising workout space that leaves you feeling refreshed and wanting more. The gym comes with shower and various workout facilities to meet your training needs. ​Whether you’re working out for the first time or a seasoned gym enthusiast, be a part of the fitness community and sweat it out for a healthier, fitter you! Visit their website for more details.

*Due to the Covid-19 situation, the Sports Hub Gym is currently closed.

Where to eat and drink around Sports Hub

1. McDonald’s Kallang

This particular McDonald brings back many memories for many Singaporeans. This standalone outlet, located within a carpark, is a spacious and relaxing eatery to catch a cuppa, or feast on your favourite burgers. There is also a drive-thru available here. Around the area, there is also a KFC, Long Beach (for seafood), as well as Decathlon’s Singapore Lab.

McDonald’s Kallang (Stadium)
Address: 200 Stadium Blvd., 397801
Tel: 6440 6010
Opening Hours: Open 24/7 (hours may vary due to the Covid-19 situation)

2. Yunomori Onsen Cafe

Yunomori Onsen Cafe provides anything from snacks to full, hearty meals, and even a refreshing beer after a hot onsen. It’s ideal for those who are looking for Japanese food, even at the wee hours of 10pm onwards. The Cafe is open to public, from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m, daily.
*Due to the Covid-19 situation, the Onsen & Spa is operating at limited capacity (between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m.), and the cafe is closed.

Yunomori Onsen Cafe
Address: #02-17 & 18 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl., 397628
Tel: 6386 4126
Opening Hours: 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. (daily)

3. Suki-Ya

Had a great workout? Reward yourself with this all-you-can-eat sukiyaki and shabu shabu. Diners enjoy unlimited, top-quality chilled beef and pork in paper-thin slices and farmed chicken that are oh-so-delicious in their own right. Another highlight of Suki-Ya is its vegetable bar featuring a wide variety of fresh vegetables to round up the meal with a healthy touch.

Suki-Ya @ Kallang Wave Mall
Address: #01-35 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl., 397628
Tel: 6702 1752
Opening Hours: 11.30 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. (daily)

Reserve on Chope here.

4. OMOOMO Food Concepts

OMOOMO Food concepts aims to fuse Korean flavours with other cuisines to create unique dishes that provides a WOW dinning experience! “OMO-OMO” is a Korean expression meaning “OH-MY!”. It also describes the amazement and surprise that diners experience from their uniquely flavoured customized fusion dishes. Pork-free and vegan options are available, and there are also Build-Your-Own choices.

OMOOMO Food Concepts @ Kallang Wave Mall
Address: #01-40 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl., 397628
Tel: 6702 1835
Opening Hours: 11.30 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. (Sun. to Thu.); 11.30 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. (Fri. to Sat.)

5. Coca Restaurant

Originated from Bangkok, COCA established its first Hotpot restaurant in Singapore in 1987 and remains well-known amongst Singaporean diners as an established Thai-Chinese hotpot restaurant. By marrying authentic Thai cuisine with traditional elements of Cantonese home-style cooking, it is COCA’s distinctive flavours which resonated well with many through the decades.

Coca Restaurant @ Kallang Leisure Park
Address: #02-01 Leisure Park Kallang, 5 Stadium Walk, 397693
Tel: 6241 3833
Opening Hours: 11.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m., then 6.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. (Mon. to Fri.); 11.15 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. (Sat. to Sun.)

Reserve on Chope here.

6. Brewerkz Restaurants And Microbreweries

Brewerkz, an internationally respected operator of restaurants and microbreweries, is one of the region’s largest craft brewers. Since 1997, the concept specializes in classic American styled food and award winning handcrafted beers. Enjoy commemorative brews, signature flavours, as well as a plethora of dishes, after your long day out around the Sports Hub.

Brewerkz Restaurants And Microbreweries
Address: #01-06/07 Singapore Indoor Stadium, 2 Stadium Walk, 397691
Tel: 9012 3529
Opening Hours: 12 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. (daily)

Reserve on Chope here.

Where to shop around Sports Hub

1. Weston Corp

Weston is Singapore’s Premier Soccer Store with the largest collection of Soccer Boots and Jerseys. No matter which team you support — from Liverpool FC to Borussia Dortmund — this store has everything you need to satisfy your fan needs. Vintage jerseys, football equipment, and even football shoes are up for grabs. Visit their online store to learn more.

Weston Corp @ Kallang Wave Mall
Address: #01-58 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl., 397628
Tel: 6702 3492
Opening Hours: 11.00 a.m. to 9.00 p.m. (daily)

2. Advance Lap Watches

Advance Lap offers all patrons an array of sports & fitness-related functionality watches and trendy & classic styled timepieces. In their sporty & casual category , they showcase timepieces from all-time popular brands – Casio (Baby-G, G-Shock), Luminox, Nautica, Garmin, Puma, Superdry, Daniel Wellington, etc. Their range of classic & stylish timepieces are fine selections from reputable brands  such as Victorinox, Ingersoll, Bering, Anne Klein, Kenneth Cole, Guess, Alexandre Christie, Seiko and more.

Advance Lap Watches
Address: #01-36 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl., 397628
Tel: 8522 6255
Opening Hours: 10.30 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. (daily)

3. Shimano Cycling World

At Shimano Cycling World, visitors can view, walk through and interact with a multitude of cycling exhibits. They can also explore cycling paths in Singapore; and upload trip journals and share images. Cycling apparel, merchandise and equipment are also all available for sale and pick-up (for online orders). Into cycling? This place is for you then!

Shimano Cycling World (Singapore)
Address: #01-02, 6 Stadium Walk, 397698
Tel: 9830 5212
Opening Hours: 10.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m. (daily)

4. Sports Zone

Sports Zone offers a whole variety of sport supplies for running, swimming, yoga, hydration and more. Apart from the technical and trendy gears, athletes will also be delighted to know that Sports Zone also offers deep tissue sports massage services for those who need muscle conditioning. Non-athletes are also welcomed to have a deep tissue massage to relax

Sports Zone @ Kallang Wave Mall
Address: #01-57 Kallang Wave Mall, 1 Stadium Pl., 397628
Tel: 6702 4882
Opening Hours: 11.00 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. (Mon. to Fri.); 10.00 a.m. to 9.30 p.m. (Sat. to Sun.)

By Muneerah Bee, August 2016 / Additional reporting by Derrick Tan

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