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Written by Kajani Shivam on August 13, 2020 Share on

Go-Karting In Singapore – It’s Time To Race!!

Singapore is a stunning destination for tourism. You have everything here which could satisfy a tourist. From shopping malls to romantic places, from watersports to wildlife, from breathtaking buildings to museums, you have everything in Singapore. And yes, Singapore also has something special for sports lovers. To all those adventurous souls, Singapore offers the best go-karting experience. Exciting, huh? Well, speed up and keep reading… You will find some challenging tracks which are full of twists and turns. Interestingly, these tracks will bring out the best rider in you! You jump in excitement whenever you watch Fast and Furious? Racing gives you thrills? Love the tracks? Well, go-karting in Singapore is for you people. Now get ready with me for a race to find out the top 4 spots for go-karting in Singapore.

Go-Karting in Singapore
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Go-Karting in Singapore – Find the top 4 spots

  • Maximum Drift Karting Arena
  • KF1 Karting Circuit
  • KF1 Arena
  • The Karting Arena

1. Maximum Drift Karting Arena

Maximum Drift Karting Arena is Singapore’s first and only drift karting arena. And yes, it is one of the most famous spots for go-karting in Singapore. The tracks are quite challenging with the combination of tight corners and multiple pins with a special part in the track called 96 which is a continuous left followed by a right turn for a thrilling drifting experience. In addition, this place also offers private reservations for parties and special events.


You can visit Maximum Drift Karting Arena from Monday to Friday between 1:00 PM and 9:00 PM and on weekends between 10:00 AM and 9:00 PM.


81 Lorong Chencharu, Yishun, #01-15, Singapore 769198

2. KF1 Karting Circuit

Go-Karting in KF1 Karting Circuit
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KF1 Karting Circuit is undoubtedly one of the best go-karting spots in Singapore. Interestingly, the tracks are designed by Hermann Tilke who is one of the most renowned circuit designers for Formula 1. That’s amazing, right? More than 100 racers can take part in the track. Also, the track is divided into 2 parts, hence you can witness 2 races run simultaneously.


You can visit KF1 Karting Circuit from Monday to Friday between 1:00 PM and 9:00 PM and on weekends between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM.


1 Turf Club Avenue, Singapore 738078

3. KF1 Arena

KF1 Arena is a newly built track in Singapore and is specially built for faster straights including shorter bends for an exciting race. You will find the tracks super cool and stunning. So, get ready to gear up and win the race with full of excitement.


You can visit KF1 Arena from Monday to Sunday between 12:00 PM and 9:00 PM and on weekends between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM.


511 Upper Jurong Rd, Singapore 638366

4. The Karting Arena

The Karting Arena is a small circuit with just 9 corners. Interestingly, this is the first circuit to run electric go-karts in the country. Here kids can also take part in go-karting. However, the minimum age for kids should be 9. The Karting Arena offers 6 types of events including Corporate Races, Super Grand Prix, Grand Prix, Fun Karting, Mini GP, and Kids Birthdays. This makes this place an favourite attraction for those who are planning to spend their time with their kids. Better to go with the Singapore kid friendly packages to get an idea.


Apart from Mondays, you can visit this place on all days from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM.


200 Turf Club Rd, #01-01B The Grandstand, Singapore 287994

A click of riders getting ready to race
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Feeling Adventurous? If yes, make sure you plan a ride and enjoy go-karting in Singapore. Check out the Singapore tour packages and plan a amazing trip to the Lion City. Head to the Pickyourtrail and customise your vacation as you please. You can also drop a message in Whatsapp and one of our travel experts will immediately get in touch with you. Also, follow this page for more exciting contents on travel. It’s race time in Singapore!

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