Cat Cafes in Singapore: The Ultimate Guide

Cat Cafes in Singapore: The Ultimate Guide

These cat cafes in Singapore will have you fawning over photogenic felines!

Cat cafes are not a new phenomenon, and certainly not in Singapore, with the first one to open some five years ago. However, their popularity is endearing, going by their longevity in the fickle retail and cafe scene in Singapore! There’s no better activity for feline lovers than cuddling up with a warm kitty while sipping a cuppa – without the responsibilities of being a full-time cat owner! Here are the cat cafes in the Lion City for you to check out. 

1. Meomi Cat Cafe

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Image credit: Meomi Cat Cafe

Surrounded by bar restaurants and cafes, the Meomi Cat Cafe is a hidden oasis for these bunch of furry creatures. Located along North Bridge Road, the spacious play area features plenty of toys for the cats, including wall steps and a catwalk. Though the food and drink menu is limited, it really makes the cats the star of the show!

Opening Hours: 11AM-10PM
Address: 668 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188801 (nearest MRT: Bugis)
Price: $13 for adults, $7 for children
Age Restrictions: Children have to be at least 6-years-old

2. The Cat Cafe

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Image credit: The Cat Cafe

A stone’s throw away is The Cat Cafe, located above the jam-packed Bugis Street. This pet cafe comprises of 15 ex-stray or adopted cats, rescued by Kitty Kat Haven, a non-profit cat-rescue centre. Their entry fee is $16 with a complimentary soft drink, which can be topped up and upgraded to a coffee or tea.

Opening Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 10AM-10PM, Monday 3PM-10PM
Address: 241B Victoria Street, Singapore 188030 (nearest MRT: Bugis)
Price: $16/entry for all
Age Restrictions: Children have to be at least 6-years-old, children below 12 to be accompanied by an adult

3. Neko no Niwa

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Image credit: Cat Cafe Neko no Niwa

Translated as “cat garden” from Japanese, Neko no Niwa is Singapore’s very first cat cafe opened in 2013! The 13 friendly kittens – some of whom are siblings – were adopted in the same year, and now roam freely around the expansive floor area. It’s recommended to call in advance to place a reservation for your visit as this cat cafe does get crowded especially over the weekends!

Opening Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11AM-10PM, Saturday, Sunday 10AM-10PM
Address: 54A Boat Quay (Level 2), Singapore 049843 (nearest MRT: Raffles Place / Clarke Quay)
Price: First hour – $12, Every subsequent half hour – $5, 3-hour pass – $24, Whole day pass – $32. Drinks and desserts start from $2

With these three options to be surrounded by fluffy, lovable felines, you can be sure to have a relaxing and chill time. However, while interacting with the cats can be exciting and great fun, do be mindful that they are living creatures with wants and needs too. As most cat cafes champion, do take utmost care of the animals and follow the designated instructions of the establishment and the staff to ensure the cafe remains a sanctuary for the cats.

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Stephanie Lauw
Stephanie Lauw

Stephanie is an English literature and film student who has succumbed to the occupational hazard of over-analysing her favourite TV shows. She enjoys theatre and music, and dabbles with both by writing bad plays and experimenting with her band. Her current dream is to island hop the filming locations of all the seasons of Survivor.


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