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8 Places to Go-Kart in Singapore for a Fun Family Activity!

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Looking for an exciting thrill-seeking activity to enjoy with the kids? We round up the best spots for go-karts in Singapore!

Ever dreamed of racing through a circuit like the Grand Prix F1 drivers? Go-karting is a great way to do just that! There are a number of places to go kart in Singapore, so you can be sure to find a go-karting circuit that’s convenient for you! From the KF1 Karting Circuit at Kranji (the largest go-karting circuit in Singapore!) to indoor go-karting tracks at RWS, you can bring out the racer within you and your kiddos and satisfy your craving for an adrenaline rush at any of these tracks for go-karting in Singapore!

Best go-karting tracks in Singapore for kids 

1. KF1 Karting Circuit Kranji: Largest go-karting circuit in Singapore!

KF1 Circuit Go-Karting in Singapore
Image Credit: KF1 Karting Circuit via Facebook

KF1 Karting Circuit Kranji is the largest go-karting circuit in Singapore! For the thrill-seekers, this 960-metre circuit with 18 turns is sure to get your adrenaline pumping as you race to set the new record speed! And if you’ve ever wanted to go kart in the rain, this is your chance. Their petrol go-karts are safe in the rain or shine.

Can kids go-kart? Drivers must be at least 1.4m to go-kart on this track.
Operating Hours:
1pm – 9pm (Tuesdays – Fridays); 9am – 9pm (Weekends & PH)
Where: 1 Turf Club Avenue, Singapore 738078
Go-karting prices: From $18 for a 10-minute go-kart ride (under 21 years old). From $28 (above 21 years old). Click here for more information.


2. KF1 Karting Circuit Expo: Go-karting with 16 turns

Go-Karting in Singapore at KF1 Karting Circuit Expo
Image Credit: KF1 via Facebook

KF1 Karting Circuit Expo has a 750-metre karting circuit with 16 turns that was converted from an under-utilised car park. The record time to complete this go-karting circuit is one minute! If you love speed and think you have what it takes, head down to Expo to set the new go-karting record.

Can kids go-kart? Drivers must be at least 1.4m to go-kart on this track.
Operating Hours: 
1pm – 9pm (Weekdays; closed on Wednesdays); 10am – 9pm (Weekends & PH); last entry at 8:30pm
Where: 1 Expo Drive, Singapore 486150 (Singapore Expo, Carpark H)
Go-karting prices: From $28 for a 10-minute ride. Click here for more.


3. SuperKarts Underground at RWS: Indoor Go-Karting in Singapore

Go-Karting in Singapore at KF1 Superkarts Underground Circuit
Image Credit: KF1 Official Website

SuperKarts Underground is the first and only indoor go-karting track in Singapore! The main track is 450 metres with 16 corners to get your heart racing and adrenaline pumping! For young aspiring racers, they even have a shorter 105-metre circuit with 5 corners just for kids to join in the fun. Watch their faces light up as they bring out their racing spirit for a fun and immersive ride. This go-karting circuit is only operating until 31 March 2023, so be sure to get your race on soon.

Can kids go-kart? Kids must be at least 100cm to ride the Kidracer electric karts alone, although parents are encouraged to ride with them on their first try. Those under 100cm must be accompanied by a ride at least 120cm tall. For the main track, drivers must be at least 1.4m tall. 
Operating Hours:
 1pm – 9pm (Tuesdays – Fridays); 10am – 9pm (Weekends & PH)
Where: RWS East Carpark (Orange Zone)
Go-karting prices: From $12 (for kids). From $22 (for adults). Click here for more information.


4. The Karting Arena at Bukit Timah: Electric Go Karting

Go-Karting in Singapore at The Karting Arena at Bukit Timah
Image Credit: The Karting Arena via Facebook

If you want to try out electric go-karts, then this is the place for you! The Karting Arena at Bukit Timah has a 500-metre circuit with 9 turns. If you’re watching your kiddo go-kart and are feeling a little nervous – this go-karting spot has extra safety precautions in place – they have a remote stop system connected to all go-karts in case of an emergency!

Go Karting at Singapore in Bukit Timah Circuit
Image Credit: The Karting Arena

Can kids go-kart? Kids must be at least 9 years old and 140cm to ride. 
Operating Hours: 
1pm – 8:30pm (Wednesday to Friday); 10am – 9pm (Saturday & Sunday); Closed on Mondays & Tuesdays
Where: 200 Turf Club Road, #01-01B, The Grandstand, South Car Park, Singapore 287994
Go-karting prices: From $33 for an 8-minute ride (approximately 8 – 10 laps). Click here for more info.


5. The Karting Arena at Jurong: Double-Seater Go-Karts

Go-Karting in Singapore The Karting Arena at Jurong
Image Credit: The Karting Arena via Facebook

If you want to feel like a professional racer, head down to The Karting Arena at Jurong! With a 700-metre go-karting circuit, 11 turns, track cameras, and even a race control room, this track was designed to host professional race events! Their circuit ensures safety by maintaining a minimum width of 10 metres throughout the track. These go-karts operate on petroleum, so you will be able to speed (within limits!) to your heart’s content! And if you want to ride with someone, you can hop into their double-seater go-kart for double the fun!

Can kids go-kart? Kids must be at least 9 years old and 140cm to ride. 
Operating Hours: 
1pm – 9pm (Tuesday to Friday); 9am – 9pm (Saturday to Sunday); Closed on Mondays
Where: 511 Upper Jurong Road, Singapore 638366
Go-karting prices: From $35 for a 10-minute session. Click here for more information.


6. Go Kart in Singapore: Skyline Luge

Go Kart Singapore Skyline Luge Sentosa
Image Credit: Skyline Luge via Facebook

This may not be your typical go kart, but don’t underestimate the adrenaline rush you can get from this gravity-fuelled ride! Skyline Luge sits on Sentosa island and boasts four tracks with sharp corners, tunnels and downhill slopes. The track is right beside a lush forest and we live that you take a ‘ski-lift’ Skyride up the hill each time to start your ride making this ‘go karting’ experience extra memorable.

Can kids go-kart? Kids must be at least 6 years old and 110m or taller to ride alone. Kids under 6 or shorter than 110cm can ride in tandem with an adult but require a ‘Child Doubling’ ticket. Click here for more. 
Operating Hours: 
11am – 7:30pm (Monday – Thursday); 11am – 7:30pm (Friday – Sunday)
Where: Between Imbiah Lookout and Siloso Beach on Sentosa Island, Singapore
Go-karting prices: From $22 for 2 rides (off-peak). From $27 for 2 rides (peak). Prices will be increased from 9 January 2023. Click here to purchase tickets.


7. Go Kart in Singapore: HyperDrive (opening in 2023)

Go-Karting in Singapore at Shangri-La Palawan Shores HyperDrive Circuit
Image Credit: Shangri-La via Facebook

As part of their newest family beach club, Shangri-La’s Palawan Sands beachfront family-friendly playground will include HyperDrive, a fully electric and indoor go-karting experience! It’s not your run-of-the-mill go-karting circuit. It will have a three-level racetrack and an integrated gamified experience that will transport drivers into a virtual game. Imagine playing Mario Kart in real life! Not much has been released about this yet, but revisit this page soon for more deets!


8. RACEHUB: Pop-up Go Karting

Go-Karting in Singapore at RaceHub
Image Credit: RaceHub via Facebook

Without a permanent venue, RaceHub sets up temporary circuits in urban spaces in Singapore. Their electric NineBot Go-Kart is built for performance and speed to ensure that you are fully equipped to whizz through the circuit! Little ones (3 – 7 years old) can ride a Ferrari “car” that you can control with a remote! If you want to “race” from the comfort of your home, you can try out their realistic karting simulator and perhaps win a free session at RACEHUB!

Can kids go-kart? Drivers for electric go-karts must be 9 years old and above and at least 130cm tall. 
Operating Hours:
Check out their website for their next pop-up location!
Go-karting prices: From $10 (3 – 7 years old, remote-controlled car). From $20 (9 years old and above, go-kart). Click here for more info!


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