Parkour Training Spots in Singapore

MOVE Parkour Spot - Holland Village

Parkour Training Spots in Singapore

Did you know that Singapore has some of the most attractive parkour training spots for Parkour practitioners around the world? The huge variety of structures in this super dense urban city, coupled with the generally safe crime-free environment, makes this an ideal training region.

If you’ve visiting any of the following places in Singapore for training (a lot of them are our usual training locations during classes), do make sure to stay safe, take good care of the environment, and be respectful to passers-by and residents!

1. Bishan Training Spots

Bishan offers a huge variety of training spots, and in particular, the Bishan Parkour Training Spot 1 is a place that practitioners love to revisit regularly. This is also where our Singapore parkour aunties started their parkour training!

Where it is: Near Block 204 Bishan Street 23, Singapore 570204 (View on Google Maps)

2. Clarke Quay U-Ramp

MOVE Uramp

The name “U-Ramp” is derived from the u-shaped railings on the slope of this high traffic pedestrian path. The best time to train here is in the early mornings, when the human traffic is at its lowest.

Where it is: Near the underpass outside Clarke Quay Central (View on Google Maps)

3. Clementi Sports Hall

Clementi offers many interesting structures and spots for training, and the playgrounds and stone walls around the Clementi Sports Hall are definitely worth trying out. Don’t miss out on the free shower facilities in the sports hall itself! 🙂

Where it is: 518 Clementi Ave 3, Singapore 129907 (View on Google Maps)

4. Holland Village AmphitheatreMOVE Parkour Spot - Holland Village

Holland Village is probably one of the most underrated spots for training, and it’s one of the locations where we conduct our classes every week!

Where it is: Near Block 2 Holland Ave, Singapore 271002 (View on Google Maps)

5. Robertson Quay

MOVE Parkour Spot - Robertson Quay

Fantastic place to train your wall run and climb-ups. If you go further along the Singapore River towards Robertson Bridge, you will find beginner-friendly railings for training your balancing skills.

Where it is: Walkway between Clemenceau Bridge and Robertson Bridge (View on Google Maps)

6. Asian Civilisations Museum Green

This is a nice field where many practitioners train their flow work on railings, trick, and practise routes.

Where it is: The field in front of Asian Civilisations Museum (View on Google Maps)

7. Takashimaya

Practitioners usually train their basic flow routes here.

Where it is: Path between Takashimaya and Wisma Atria (View on Google Maps)

Keen to train at some of these spots during our classes? Try a class with us!