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The Rink, Singapore

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  • Came here for lessons The ice is good if you start skating immediately when they finish resurfacing it Constant dripping of water from the ceiling, not pleasant Ice is generally ok, but always crowded...  more »
  • It costs $18 for you to skate around for two hours, praying you won't fall. The ice is in horrible condition, it is bumpy and really hard to skate on unless you are a professional. Would not recommend...  more »
  • This is real funny because the location is on the third Floor. I enjoyd this a lot. Friendly staff!!  more »
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  • A good opportunity to try out ice skating. place is good and safe. crew members are always available during the public sessions. instruments are available on the spot!
  • One of wonderful places for iceskating, better to have a look on their website before you go to know the timing as sometimes they have events and trainings. Check Groupon website for best prices. I like it a lot but it is becoming so busy on weekend. Kids will have lots of fun while they are safe as they have experts ice-skaters watching the kids.
  • A fantastic place for ice skating activities! Located in Jurong East, it is only 1 of 2 places where you can ice skate in Singapore. Moreover, it is the first and only Olympic-size ice skating rink in Singapore. A great place for both beginners and advanced skaters. If you love disco, then you would be elated to know that they host a "Disco on Ice" public skating session on every Friday and Saturday night from 9.45pm to 11.45pm.
  • Nice place for ice skating, but their rental skates are horribly uncomfortable. My group all ended up with bruises and blisters from these rental skates. Would have enjoyed skating more if not for the lousy rental skates. Change to better rental skates, and we would come back more often.
  • Tried ice skating a couple of times in Kallang early 30s. Started getting serious at 37yo at JCube. Also been skating a lot during business trips in California and Japan. Sharing my observation. All skating rinks around the globe tend to have limited public sessions due to Figure skating, Ice hockey, Speed skating or Curling training. Comparatively our sessions are considered much longer. Price point - SGD14, In Japan 1,400 yen (SGD17), In USA, USD13 (SGD17.5) These are adult admission prices. Of course there could be other perks like student or company benefits. Type of ice condition, in SG it's warm year round. Noon time it gets hot. Pretty amazing that we are even able to have an ice rink here. I don't blame the softer ice and watery surface during peak hours. It's actually much much easier to skate here even with dull blades due to softer ice. Rinks in JP and USA have much harder ice and way more slippery. Requires sharpening of my blades every time I skate overseas. It's good training sessions overseas because when I come back to SG. Skating on the ice here feels easier. Atmosphere, It's much easier to warm up in SG (since it's already warm). Overseas, muscle, toes and hands are constantly freezing. Requires a lot of pre ice warm up. Staff (Ice Marshal) You fall, you get up yourself. It's part of learning. Even in JP, they only attend to those who have fallen and sustained serious injury and are unable to move. If you still can move, you are expected to stand up and move. USA, no ice marshals, figure it out yourself. That's why they are much tougher and way better skaters. I'm mostly self taught with pointers by some of the current and ex-staff of TheRink and YouTube vids. The Rink has gave me a venue and opportunity to try something new and improved on my physique and agility. I find the Rink very similar to working out in a gym. We can choose to nit pick on the micro-matters or focus on the big picture. If the primary goal is to workout and have fun then focus just on that.
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