A Day of Thrill and Adventure at Khatib HomeTeamNS
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A Day of Thrill and Adventure at Khatib HomeTeamNS

If you’re looking for unique ways to hang out with your loved ones, you might want to consider going to a smart clubhouse. A smart clubhouse has a great variety of facilities, such as a pool and a bowling alley, so there’s always something for everyone.

One amazing clubhouse in Singapore is HomeTeamNS Khatib. Here, you can scale walls inside an indoor adventure hub, shoot down your enemies using an airsoft gun, sing your heart out in a karaoke club, and more! 

Truly, you won’t get bored in HomeTeamNS Khatib. For an unforgettable experience, here are some of the best things to do here and the best dining spots! 

Things to Know

Address: 2 Yishun Walk, Singapore 767944

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—7 am to 11 pm

Contact Number: +6567086670


History and Background

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HomeTeamNS is a non-profit organization that celebrates the efforts and contributions of the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and Singapore Civil Defense Force (SCDF) Operationally Ready National Servicemen (NSMen).

One of the organization’s main goals is to provide a shared environment where the NSMen can congregate and bond with each other through sports and social activities. That’s why they decided to create several smart clubhouses throughout Singapore.

Aside from the one at Khatib, you can find HomeTeamNS clubhouses in Balestier, Bukit Batok, and Bedok Reservoir

How to Get There

Car: Since HomeTeamNS Khatib is far from the city center, the best way to reach it is by driving. There’s a parking lot available, and the rates are usually around S$2–4 per entry (non-members) or S$2–3 (members). 

MRT: If you prefer the public transportation, you can ride the MRT. The closest station is Khatib, and you have to take Exit B and walk for about 10 minutes before reaching your destination.

Bus: For people who prefer the bus, ride bus services 851, 852, 853M, 857, or 969, and alight at bus stops 59031 or 59041. These are the closest bus stops to the clubhouse.

Fees and Membership

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Since HomeTeamNS is a clubhouse intended for NSMen, it offers different kinds of memberships that are only meant for NSMen and their families and friends. These memberships are as follows:

Membership Type Who It’s For 2-Year Membership 5-Year Membership 10-Year Membership
Ordinary MemberNSMen serving the SPF or SCDFS$50S$100S$150
Associate MemberStaff that have served or are serving in any of the Home Team AgenciesS$50S$100S$150
Family MemberImmediate family members of Ordinary or Associate MembersS$20S$35S$50
Social MemberRelatives and/or friends of Ordinary or Associate MembersS$60N/AN/A

Although only NSMen and their loved ones are allowed to become members, the clubhouse’s facilities are open to everyone. So, you can still come and use these facilities; just keep in mind that you’ll have to pay a fee when accessing any of them.

Best Time to Visit

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If you’re planning to visit HomeTeamNS Khatib soon, try to come as soon as the clubhouse opens or in the evening. This is because most of the facilities aren’t crowded in the morning or evening, allowing you to have fun in peace.

Additionally, if you want to go for a swim in the pool, you might find the afternoon weather to be too hot. At least, in the morning (preferably around 7–9 am) or evening, you won’t have to deal with the oppressive heat. 

I also recommend coming to HomeTeamNS during the weekdays because these aren’t peak days for the clubhouse. 

What to Do

Take a splash in the swimming pool

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Admission Fee

  • Ordinary, Associate, Family, and Corporate Member, SAFRA and Dependent Member—Free (Monday to Sunday)
  • Social Member—Free (Monday to Friday, before 5 pm), S$2.22 per entry (Monday to Friday, after 5 pm), no entry (Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays)
  • Guest of Ordinary, Associate, and Family Members, SAFRA and Dependent Members only—S$2.22 (Monday to Friday, adult), S$1.16 (Monday to Friday, child), S$3.33 (Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays; adult), S$1.72 (Saturday, Sunday, and public holidays; child)
  • Non-Member—S$3.33 (Monday to Friday, adult), S$1.72 (Monday to Friday, child), no entry (Saturday, Sunday, and public holiday)

Are you feeling the heat of Singaporean weather? Then, you might want to cool down by diving into HomeTeamNS Khatib’s swimming pool! 

The swimming pool here features eight lanes, so there’s a lot of room for all kinds of swimmers. You can be a beginner learning your first few strokes (so long as there’s a guardian with you, to be safe!), or you can be an expert in training for an event. 

Another great thing about this pool is that it has eco-filtration technology, which means that there’s no need to use that much chlorine in the water. So, don’t worry about your hair becoming dry and weak after swimming!

Embark on a thrilling adventure at Adventure HQ

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Operating Hours

  • Tuesday (non-peak)—2 to 5:30 pm
  • Wednesday to Friday (non-peak)—2 to 5:30 pm, 6 to 9:30 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday, eve of public holiday, public holiday, and school holiday (peak)—10 am to 1:30 pm, 2 to 5:30 pm, 6 to 9:30 pm

Admission Fee

  • Climb Combo (Urban Climb Boulder + Rock Wall)—S$32.30 (HomeTeamNS member, non-peak), S$35.33 (HomeTeamNS member, peak), S$42.39 (Affiliate, non-peak), S$45.42 (Affiliate, peak), S$45.42 (Guest, non-peak), S$52.49 (Guest, peak)
  • All-Access Pass—S$40.37 (HomeTeamNS member, non-peak), S$48.45 (HomeTeamNS member, peak), S$58.54 (Affiliate, non-peak), S$68.64 (Affiliate, peak), S$68.64 (Guest, non-peak), S$78.73 (Guest, peak)

You don’t have to be outdoors to experience the outdoors; that’s what Adventure HQ promises, and wow, do they deliver! This four-story, 2,800-square-meter hub is filled to the brim with all sorts of thrilling features.

For example, you can test your endurance and strength with Sky Venture, a two-tiered Challenge Ropes Course, or determine how high you can go without getting scared with Climbing Haven. 

There are also firemen slides, which are very fun to use, and many other exciting activities!

If you’re planning to play here, be sure to wear comfortable clothes (preferably sports attire) and fully covered shoes. 

Run around inside T-Play Indoor Playground

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Operating Hours

  • Tuesday to Thursday—1 to 7 pm
  • Friday, eve of public holiday—1 to 9 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday, school holiday, and public holiday—10 am to 9 pm
  • Closed on Monday

Admission Fee

  • HomeTeamNS Family Member—S$10.09 (off-peak and peak)
  • T-Play Member—S$14.13 (off-peak), S$16.15 (peak), 
  • Non-Member—S$20.19 (off-peak), S$25.23 (peak)
  • Below 12 months old—free entry

If you have children aged 12 years old or below, you should drop them off in T-Play Indoor Playground. This indoor playground is the only one in Singapore that’s Peranakan-themed, and it has several fun, interactive sections. 

There are creative tunnels for them to crawl and explore and a mini-trampoline to get the highest jumps and leaps. Another key highlight is the spiral slides, and children love sliding down on them while screaming in glee. 

Shoot down your enemy at TactSim

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Operating Hours

  • Tuesday to Friday, eve of public holiday—2:30 to 9:30 pm
  • Saturday, Sunday, and public holiday—11:30 am to 9:30 pm
  • Closed on Monday

Admission Fee (Player vs. Player):

  • HomeTeamNS Member—S$21.80 (weekday), S$24.22 (weekend)
  • Affiliate—S$27.25 (weekday), S$30.28 (weekend), 
  • Guest—S$29.07 (weekday), S$32.30 (weekend)

Are you a big fan of shooter video games or laser tag? Then you don’t want to miss out on TactSim! It’s an indoor Player vs. Player (PvP) airsoft in Singapore, which means you can test your “shooting” skills by taking down an “enemy” (it’s really just your friend). 

TactSim really goes all out in creating a realistic scenario. The PvP arenas are decked out with gray walls and floors, giving off a moody vibe, and the airsoft guns are made to look like real ones; you’ll really feel immersed when playing!

Only people aged 18 years and above are allowed to play here, and you have to wear long-sleeve shirts, long pants, and covered shoes.

Get physical at Fitness Workz Premium

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Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—7 am to 10:30 pm

Admission Fee (Walk-In):

  • HomeTeamNS Member—S$8.60 (all-day and off-peak hours)
  • Affiliate—S$12.80 (all-day), S$10.70 (off-peak)
  • Guest—S$21.40 (all-day and off-peak)

For people who love to work out, Fitness Workz Premium is a godsend. This gym is furnished with state-of-the-art equipment, and it’s also big enough so that everyone has room to move around and do a full-body workout without inconveniencing anybody.

You can also take fitness classes in-house or hire a personal trainer if you need assistance. After your workout, you can head to the shower to get refreshed. 

Do take note that this facility is only open for HomeTeamNS members. Non-members don’t have access to this gym. 

Play bowling at SuperBowl

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Operating Hours

  • Monday to Thursday—12 pm to 12 am
  • Friday, eve of public holiday—12 pm to 1 am
  • Saturday—10 am to 1 am
  • Sunday and public holiday—10 am to 2 am

Bowling Rates

  • SAFRA Member, HomeTeamNS Member, SuperBowl Member, Passion Carb Member—S$4.30–4.80 (per game), S$24–36 (per hour)
  • Public—S$5.50–6 (per game), S$30–42 (per hour)


Show off your bowling skills at SuperBowl! Even if you’ve never played bowling before, you can easily catch up by watching other people play in this bowling alley, or you can just throw the ball however you want and hope for the best—I won’t judge!

The great thing about SuperBowl is that it’s open till late at night, so you can come here with your friends as a way to decompress after a long day at work.

Sing your heart out at Jewel Music Box

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Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—1 pm to 1:30 am

Admission Fee

  • Monday to Thursday—S$16 per person (for three hours)
  • Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and public holiday—S$18 per person (for three hours)

Calling out talented singers or people who aren’t really musically inclined but still enjoy singing! Jewel Music Box is waiting for you. 

This karaoke bar is known for its affordable rates and colorful, lively rooms. Plus, you’ll be able to enjoy unlimited snacks and drinks! After all, performers need to be full and energized to be on top of their game. 

Another great thing about Jewel Music Box is that it’s made to accommodate groups. So, if you’re planning a karaoke night with your family and friends, this is the spot to book!

Host a BBQ with your loved ones inside a ManCave

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—10 am to 2 pm, 6 to 10 pm

Booking Fee:

  • Off-Peak (4 hours, Monday to Thursday)—S$201.87 (HomeTeamNS Member), S$302.80 (Affiliate), S$403.74 (Guest)
  • Peak (4 hours, Friday to Sunday, eve of public holiday, and public holiday)—S$302.80 (HomeTeamNS Member), S$403.74 (Affiliate), S$504.67 (Guest)

Did you know that you can host your own events in HomeTeamNS? All you have to do is book a ManCave, and you’ll have that space for four hours!

Every ManCave is well-furnished; it’s a modern setting with Wi-Fi, air conditioning, modular furniture, a karaoke system, a game console, and more. It’s also pretty big, so you can invite up to 20 people here!

If you can afford to splurge, you can choose a Deluxe ManCave. This one has all the perks of a regular ManCave but with additional features like an outdoor BBQ patio with an electric grill.

Where to Eat


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Location: #01-02

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—11 am to 10 pm

Pricing: $

Contact Number: +6569702588


Saizeriya is a casual Italian restaurant that originates from Japan, and it’s known for serving delicious dishes at an affordable price.

The menu here is pretty extensive: there’s a separate grand menu and lunch menu. If you don’t know what to pick, I recommend starting with the chef’s salad and a platter of chicken wings; for the main course, you can’t go wrong with the pesto Genovese pasta. 

I also recommend getting any of the pizzas, especially if you’re with a group. My personal go-to is Bismark, which has bacon, spinach, mixed cheese, and a poached egg as toppings; every slice is rich and savory!

Siam Kitchen

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Location: 01-01

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—11:30 am to 10:30 pm

Pricing: $$

Contact Number: +6569085616


If Thai cuisine is more your jam, then you might like Siam Kitchen. This is also a halal restaurant, making it a perfect choice for Muslim visitors. 

This Thai restaurant offers a great variety of dishes. The bestsellers are the seafood dishes, especially the Pla Nueng Maa Now (steamed seabass in chili and lime dressing) and Kra Ben Yang Nam Prik (grilled stingray with sambal sauce). 

Be sure to end your meal with a sweet treat. The most popular dessert here is the Khao Neaw Mamuang (mango sticky rice), but I also recommend Mun Chuem (caramelized tapioca). 

Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot

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Location: 01-1

Operating Hours

  • Monday to Thursday—11:30 am to 3 pm, 6 to 10:30 pm
  • Friday—11:30 am to 10 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday—11:30 am to 10:30 pm

Pricing: $$

Contact Number: +6569085616


Hot pots are great when you’re traveling with a group and it’s rainy outside. Fortunately, there is a hot pot spot in HomeTeamNS Khatib: Suki-Suki Thai Hot Pot. 

You have seven soup bases and over 40 ingredients to choose from, so you’re free to mix and try various combinations. Personally, I love the Singapore lemak laksa soup base, then I add Wagyu beef, salmon, and chicken strips to the pot. 

If you love spicy things, then you might want to add any of the hot pot sauces. The fried chili oil is the go-to, but the tangy seafood sauce is also a great choice. 

Fuji Izakaya Bar

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Location: 05-01

Operating Hours

  • Monday to Thursday—3 to 11:30 pm
  • Friday and Saturday—12 pm to 12 am
  • Sunday—12 to 11:30 pm

Pricing: $

Contact Number: +6597207285

Satisfy your craving for Japanese cuisine at Fuji Izakaya Bar! This dining spot features a wide variety of classic Japanese dishes, such as salmon teriyaki, chicken sukiyaki, and different kinds of sashimi. 

I also really like how the restaurant is themed like a comic store. Somehow, it gives off a chill and casual atmosphere, making it a perfect spot for a relaxing getaway with friends and family. 

Orchid Live Seafood

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Location: 03-01

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday—11 am to 2:30 pm, 5 to 10 pm

Pricing: $$

Contact Number: +6567560311


Seafood lovers, don’t miss out on Orchid Live Seafood at Khatib HomeTeamNS. This seafood restaurant has all the classic dishes, so your cravings will be satisfied in no time. 

Some of the must-try dishes are the live mud crabs, live Dungeness crabs, and live Alaskan king crabs. These crabs are pretty big, making them perfect for sharing, and they’re also prepared in different methods (I personally like the chili version). 

This restaurant also has other meat options. The braised duck with sea cucumber and chestnut, in particular, is tender and decadent, and the sweet and sour chicken is tangy and addictive. 

Other Facilities

Kidz Education City

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Location: 04-06

Operating Hours

  • Monday and Tuesday—12:30 and 9 pm
  • Wednesday—2 to 9 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday—9 am to 6 pm
  • Closed on Thursday and Friday

Contact Number: +6567213388


Aside from recreational facilities and restaurants, HomeTeamNS Khatib also has a few educational centers for parents to send their children to, and one of them is Kidz Education City. 

Kidz Education City offers programs across various fields, so you can find one that fits your children’s needs and desires. There’s Dance Pointe Academy for young, aspiring dancers, Color Palette for artists, Cristofori for musicians, and more!

Sending your children to attend a few courses here is a great way to ensure that they’ll grow up skilled and knowledgeable in different subjects. Hooray for a well-rounded education!

I Can Read

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Location: 04-01

Operating Hours

  • Wednesday to Friday—1 to 9 pm
  • Saturday and Sunday—9 am to 6:30 pm
  • Closed on Monday and Tuesday

Contact Number: +6567522198


If you want to give your child a headstart in reading, you might want to enroll them at I Can Read. This learning center offers both pre-reading and reading classes, and they offer both English and Chinese options. 

Aside from teaching young children how to read, they will also get to build a strong foundation in the language and work to improve their grammar and comprehension skills. In other words, your child will be ready for primary school in no time!

Safari House Preschool

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Location: 01-09

Operating Hours

  • Monday to Friday—7 am to 7 pm
  • Closed on Saturday and Sunday

Contact Number: +6569708380


If you’re looking for a preschool for your child, Safari House Preschool in HomeTeamNS Khatib is worth considering. 

This school promises progressive programs covering different subjects, such as language arts, mathematics, science, nature, music, and more. A bilingual environment is also provided here, so your child can practice both their Chinese and English skills.

Additionally, the classes have multi-sensorial and hands-on activities, so your child won’t get bored while learning here.