KTV outlets are opening back in Singapore after two years of silence.

Karaoke joints such as Teo Heng are back in the game. Let’s unleash your singing power!

KTV outlets are opening back in Singapore after two years of silence.

Photo Courtesy of Michiel Ton

 
Teo Heng KTV outlets have returned to life on Tuesday, 19th April 2022!

They have been fully booked since then. Teo Heng Suntec outlet, which has 19 rooms, is already fully booked until June! The other branch in JCube is also fully booked on weekends and holidays until May. Causeway Point and Star Vista outlets are also catching up with the other two.


Due to the effect of the pandemic, Teo Heng KTV has lost 10 outlets in Singapore, with only 4 outlets remaining. However, they are hopeful that their business could return.


The prices have increased significantly due to the high rental and utility costs.

Despite the increase in prices, crowds are still coming back to sing their hearts out. Because of high rental and utility costs, a small room which previously only cost $8 an hour during happy hours, is now $12. During peak hours, the small room costs $18 per hour.


As for a medium room, it costs $14 per hour during happy hours and $20 per hour during peak hours. Meanwhile, a large room costs $16 per hour during happy hours and $24 during peak hours.

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KTV outlets are making sure that they are following the rules closely!

Up to 10 people are allowed in a room at any one time, depending on the size of the room. Customers are also abiding by the rules by wearing masks while singing!



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References: The Straits Times (website)