Cool down and have fun on the ice! Even though the weather can get pretty hot and humid here, the family can have a fun day out on the ice together. Whether you and your kids are complete novices or seasoned skaters, there is a rink for every level. Certified instructors can take your little ones to competition level in figure skating, ice hockey, or synchronized skating. Some of the rinks have skate-friendly dining facilities and stores where you can purchase essential equipment such as skates and ice hockey gear. You’ll also find information on where the entire family can watch the ice hockey games or figure skating championships. Lace-up and have fun!
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Singapore’s first and only Olympic-sized skating rink, this is an ideal place for the family to enjoy a nice afternoon out on the ice. The SkateStar learn-to-skate program at The Rink@J Cube is fabulous for little stars seeking an introduction to the world of ice skating for both recreation and competition.
In the SkateStar program, kids learn basic skating skills that are universal to all ice sports before deciding whether they want to learn additional skills that are specific to figure skating, short track speed skating, power skating or hockey. When the child is ready, they can move up to the next level and learn skills specific to their sport of choice.
If your kiddos have already mastered the sport and the family just wants to hang out on the ice together, they've got affordable rates and packages that you can check out.
Prices At The Rink:
Skating admission only: SG$12 (children) & SG$14 (adults)
Skating admission with skate boots rental: SG$16 (children) & SG$18 (adults)
Subsequent 30 minutes: SG$3 (children) & SG$3.50 (adults)
Penguin Skating Aid: SG$11 per 2-hour
Seal Skating Aid: SG$15 per 2-hour
Snowman Skating Aid: SG$11 per 2-hour
Gear Rental: SG$4 for skate boots; SG$2 per pair for gloves; SG$2 per pair for socks; SG$5 per 2-hour for helmet
The Rink, 2 Jurong East Central 1, #03-11 JCube, Singapore 609731, www.therink.sg
The little ones will definitely enjoy their visit to Kallang Ice World, where the family can skate casually for hours on end! Here, you'll get to enjoy a superior ice surface that matches competition standards, and you can even take a break midway at the gallery-style spectator seating.
Kids who wish to take up the sport can start beginner lessons here, but they do also offer classes for the more proficient skaters. Private rink booking is also available for kiddos who wish to throw their birthday party at an ice rink — sounds fun, doesn't it?
Prices At Kallang Ice World:
Skating admission only: SG$12 (children), SG$13 (students), SG$14 (adults)
Skating admission inclusive of rentals: SG$15 (children), SG$16.50 (students) & SG$17.50 (adults)
Skating Aids: free, but available on first-come-first-serve basis
Kallang Ice World, 5 Stadium Walk, Level 3, Singapore 397693, +65 6348 1123, www.leisurepark.com.sg/ice-skating
The not-for-profit National Sports Association (NSA) has been running for well over three decades to serve Singapore's community of recreational and competitive ice skaters. The association is sanctioned the Sport Singapore (SS). It is also a member of the Singapore National Olympic Council, the International Skating Union (ISU), and the Asian Skating Union (ASU). SISA is also an approved Institution of Public Character (IPC).
The Singapore Ice Skating Association, 3 Stadium Drive, Singapore, +65 8200 0474, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.sisa.org.sg
SIHA is committed to developing skating and ice hockey skills to grow the future of the sport in Singapore. Working closely with The Rink at JCube, SIHA helps promote and support on-ice training programs that enable youth to gain the skills necessary to play organized ice hockey. SIHA is not only for kids but for adults too. Their community League (NIHL) is organized for adult skaters and the main focus is on the National Teams. They are also a non-profit National Sports Association (NSA) and are affiliated with SportSG, SNOC, and IIHF (International Ice Hockey Federations).
Singapore Ice Hockey Association and National Ice Hockey League, 100 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079333, email@example.com,www.siha.org.sg
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