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4 Cat Cafes in Singapore Where You Can Play With Cats: Prices & Reviews (2020)

Always wanted to own a cat but face parental objection or have certain reservations? Going to a cat cafe is a way to get up close and personal with furry little felines without committing to a lifetime of care.

Have a drink and eat snacks as you play with the resident cats in a relaxing place with tons of cat toys.

Just remember though, cats are sassy animals with moods and are mostly content with being observed rather than handled. But that’s not to say that you won’t find an outgoing one!

Here are 4 cat cafes you can check out in Singapore and their charges.


Meomi Cat Cafe

Meomi Cat Café is a spacious cat cafe with many little shelves and cat houses. You sit on the floor on with a drink and interact with the different unique cat breeds.

The whole experience is quiet and cosy. The best thing is that the cafe is quite centrally located at North Bridge Road.

It costs $13 for the first hour and $5 for every subsequent half an hour. The price includes a drink.

Children under 7 years old are not allowed, and those between 7 and 12 years old can only enter with an adult.

Address: 668 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188801

Opening hours: 11am to 10pm from Mon to Sun


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The Cat Cafe

The Cat Cafe is also located in the Bugis area. Aside from getting some cuddles from cats, you can people watch from the second-storey shophouse through the windows.

The fee is a little higher at $16 per entry, but the unique benefit of The Cat Cafe is that there is no time limit.

They’re open every day from morning to night but on Monday they operate on shorter operating hours from 3pm to 10pm.

Address: 241B Victoria St, Singapore 188030

Opening hours: 10am to 10pm from Tues to Sun and 3pm to 10pm on Mon


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Neko no Niwa cat cafe

Neko no Niwa literally means cats’ garden in Japanese. The 11 cats here are rescue cats, as they strongly believe in “adopt, don’t shop”, as we do.

It’s housed in a shophouse but this cat cafe is along Boat Quay, so you can look down from the cat cafe and have a scenic view of the Singapore River.

It costs $12 for the first hour, and $5 for every additional $5 per pax. If you want to stay there the whole day, there’s even a whole day pass that costs $32. There is free WiFi and charging points, so you can even study or work there for the whole day if you like.

Students get free hot chocolate!

They also offer cat care and vet care workshops at the cafe.

Children under 7 are not allowed. Children from 7 to 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Address: 54A Boat Quay, Level 2, Singapore 049843

Opening hours: Closed on Tuesdays, 11am to 10pm on the other weekdays and 10am to 10pm on Saturdays and Sundays.


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Playground Ragdolls

Playground Ragdolls is actually a breeder but on Sunday they open the place to the public. All the cats in this cat cafe are of the Ragdoll cat breed, a very gentle and affectionate breed. Ragdolls literally go limp when carried, hence the name.

Customers at Playground Ragdolls say that the atmosphere is very homey, and the hosts control the crowd by limiting the number of cats so that everyone can interact with the cats.

This “cat cafe” is only open on alternate Sundays from 1pm to 7pm. Fees are $10 per hour per person, and entry is by appointment only. There are no drinks or snacks. Only a maximum of 5 people is allowed at one time.

Address: 237B Joo Chiat Rd, Singapore 427494

Opening hours: Only open from 1pm to 7pm on alternate Sundays.


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Before going, be sure to go to the cat cafes’ social media pages to ensure that you know what to do before entering.
Have you ever been to any of these cat cafes? Comment below and share your experience!

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