A quick and easy breakdown of the fees and facilities for some of the top Premium Gym Memberships in Singapore.
If you’re looking to get fit and fab and can afford to shell out above $150 each month on gym memberships, look no further. (If you’re on a tighter budget, check out our article on Gym Memberships Under S$100/month).
We’ve compiled a list of the five most well-equipped gyms in Singapore with a full range of facilities that will allow you to pack a serious amount of quality workout time into your busy schedule. With swimming pools, sleep pods, salt inhalation rooms, steam rooms and sauna, you really get what you pay for. These gyms also have a mind-boggling range of the latest group exercise classes with names such as ‘Spartan Workout’ or ‘ICE Mania’.
Premium Gym Memberships In Singapore
|Gym||No. Of Locations & Address||Facilities & Classes||Membership Fee (Per Month)||Trial|
|Virgin Active||6 Gyms
Raffles Place, Tanjong Pagar, Holland Village, Marina One, Duo Galleria and Paya Lebar
|State-of-the-art gym equipment, Pilates reformer, Les Mills, indoor climbing wall, altitude studio, aerial yoga, dedicated functional training area, Himalayan salt inhalation room, experiential showers and sleep pods||One-time activation fee: $105
$196 to $300 depending on plan
|Fitness First||19 Gyms
Tanjong Pagar, 321 Clementi, MapleTree Business City, Ang Mo Kio Hub, Bugis Junction, Capital Tower, UE BIZ Hub, Fusionpolis, Junction 10, Marina Bay Financial Centre, Raffles Place, One George Street, One Raffles Quay, Paragon Shopping Centre, Paya lebar, Tampines CPF Building, The Cathay Dhoby Ghaut, The Metropolis and Westgate
|State-of-the-art gym equipment, swimming pool access (at selected gym locations), 100+ exercise classes, sauna and steam rooms||$190 to $245++ depending on plan
Corporate rates are available
|Pure Fitness||4 Gyms
Nee Ann City, Asia Square, Ocean Financial Centre and Suntec City
|State-of-the-art gym equipment, Les Mills, TRX, Barre, spin, Tabata, yoga, indoor running track, Pilates reformer, zumba, Immersive Fitness and kBox||$150 to $200 depending on plan||Yes|
|Gold’s Gym||12 Gyms
Tanjong pagar, Raffles Place, Bugis, River Valley, Farrer Park, Bukit Timah, Lavender, Siglap, Joo Chiat, Upper Paya Lebar, Upper Thomson and Buona Vista
|State-of-the-art gym equipment, programmes that include fat loss, rehabilitative, pre/post natal and strength training||Varies depending on training programme||Yes|
|True Fitness||7 Gyms
Djitsun Mall @ Ang Mo Kio, Great World City, Harbourfront Centre, Income @ Tampines Junction, Millenia Walk, Viva Business Park, Velocity @ Novena Square and Chevron House
|State-of-the-art gym equipment, aerobics, hot yoga, spin, indoor sprint track, relaxation lounge, spin, aerial yoga and Pilates||From $89 a month depending on plan||Yes|
Sir Richard Branson launched the first Virgin Active gym in Asia in 2013 and he upped the ante in the gym business by introducing irresistible features to entice members. After a stressful day at work, how does pampering your soul in the Himalayan Salt Inhalation room sound like? And who wouldn’t want to soothe those aching post-workout muscles in a steam room or indulge in an experiential shower?
With cutting-edge gym equipment and over 100 interesting classes to choose from, you will have a blast of a workout. With their signature zero-gravity sleep pods as well as meeting rooms for when work calls, Virgin Active gyms may end up being your second home.
Virgin Active’s facilities are available for members on both annual and weekly membership packages.
Fitness First is the largest fitness chain in Singapore and have a branch in almost every corner of Singapore. With top-notch equipment and a wide array of classes which encompasses cardio, dance, mind and body and aqua workouts, you will find something that appeals to you.
Swimming pools (some with jacuzzis), steam rooms and saunas can be found at selected clubs. You can also get free isotonic drinks, tea and coffee at the members’ lounge. Frequent travellers will be delighted to get access to over 91 Fitness First Clubs throughout Hong Kong, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand.
What sets Pure Fitness apart from the rest is the Innovation Lab. Personally tested by ‘Techspert’ John Leung, he selected the best technology to enhance your workout. Look out for the Innovation Lab logo on new pieces of equipment and gadgets in the gyms and each piece stays only for a limited time. Currently, the ‘experiences’ available are: LiftFitness x VirZOOM (Virtual Reality Fitness Bike) and the WattBike (Bike with Pedalling Technique Analysis). Get a free trial and your workout will never be the same again.
With its focus on strength training, Gold’s Gym is the brainchild of fitness entrepreneur Chung Tze Khit. Check out his before and after photos, achieved with effective strength training which drastically lowered his body fat percentage.
While you can choose to work out on your own, for-hire personal trainers can help you achieve the body you want. From ‘fat loss for Ladies’ to ‘Bulking Up for Men’ and even ‘Pre-Wedding Weight Loss’, you can find customised programmes to suit your needs.
With many branches in Singapore and many success stories, Gold Gym can help you to achieve your fitness goals.
A gym chain with comprehensive offerings, True Fitness taps on the latest technology – the Styku 3D body scanner captures your exact body shape, composition and measurements in seconds. The results can help you to track your progress and help you attain your fitness goal.
Try something unique such as the Synrgy360™ Workout Express, Anti-Aging Yoga, Bhangrarobicz and many other aerobics, cardio and dance classes for a fun-filled workout!
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By Zann Huang
A recipient of the Magnum Foundation Emergency Grant in 2014, my photos from the Middle East and Asia have also been published in Time Magazine and Le Monde etc. My written work ranges from travel, politics (Mid-East) to the environment and finance-related matters.