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(Closed) K Box (Ang Mo Kio)

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[Closed] K Box launched its first outlet in Singapore in August 2002. Since then the company has developed into Singapore's leading and most progressive karaoke entertainment provider within just two years.

Mon - Fri: 11:00 - 03:00

Sat: 11:00 - 04:00

Eve of PH: 11:00 - 04:00

Sun: 11:00 - 03:00

+65 65523113
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• 08 Jan 2010 • 430 reviews • 2 followers

Sing your heart out

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Stepping into the popular KTV chain at a branch near my home, KBox offers a huge selection of chinese and english songs that are pretty in tune with recent releases. Drinks wise, each patron is limited to 2 drinks with an extra charge for additional drinks and snacks. The downside? Service is a little unresponsive with a need for a little tugging to get them to come into the room to take your orders.
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• 13 Sep 2009 • 159 reviews • 0 follower

so-so

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Not exactly a nice place. The systems/equipments are quite old. Quite a mixture of people come here for singing session. Next to it is arcade. Smoke all over the place as people smoke at the lift lobby leading to Kbox. Toilet is dirty. Overall not a pleasant experience.
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• 14 Apr 2009 • 1 review • 0 follower

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A great time to beat the blues away...K BOX does it! K Box in ANG MO KIO is quite entertaining. Even if you lack the courage to get up and sing in front of everyone at the bar, you can still enjoy a good Karaoke bar like K BOX & clubs feature. Razzle and dazzle, this hang out will boost your stamina and rock the whole house with singing and dancing all night. Tons of fun, while you can also play billiards and singing at the same time...! Cozy place and matches the ambience our lifestyle needs... Food is extravagant, the more you get to sing songs all the way the food just pumps you up like energy bars served on a plate...The Booze sets the thrill while you get to choose variety of drinks served via express service. A sure thing to keep the adrenaline pumped up...and hone your skills in singing! K BOX the place to be...!
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