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(Closed) K Box (Leisure Park Kallang)

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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 - 04:00

Sat: 11:00 - 04:00

Eve of PH: 11:00 - 04:00

Sun: 11:00 - 04:00

+65 63343113
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• 15 Sep 2009 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Better than a bunch of other KTV's

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On an impromptu Sunday outing with my missus I happened to drive all the way to Kallang and by chance, Leisure Mall. She said 'There's Karaoke upstairs'. The next thing we were at the cashier getting a room. The staff was friendly and informative. So much so I had filled up a membership card form instantly. The room and set was fine as the mall itself was relatively new. The song lists was decent though more new English songs would be awesome. Drinks were'nt that pricey considering its a KTV outlet. A staff even took a photo of us and got it printed for $2. All in all a good KTV place for a couple or even buddies. If only the parking attendant didnt left me a ticket afterwards.... PS: Please put cupo
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• 10 Sep 2009 • 159 reviews • 0 follower

Sing Karaoke

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Love this outlet as it does not gets fully booked easily and you get to sing longer as there is no one after you. Likes the big buffet table as you can really eat & sing till your heart delights.
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• 09 Sep 2009 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Better than a bunch of other KTV's

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On an impromptu Sunday outing with my missus I happened to drive all the way to Kallang and by chance, Leisure Mall. She said 'There's Karaoke upstairs'. The next thing we were at the cashier getting a room. The staff was friendly and informative. So much so I had filled up a membership card form instantly. The room and set was fine as the mall itself was relatively new. The song lists was decent though more new English songs would be awesome. Drinks were'nt that pricey considering its a KTV outlet. A staff even took a photo of us and got it printed for $2. All in all a good KTV place for a couple or even buddies. If only the parking attendant didnt left me a ticket afterwards.... PS: Please put cupo
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