Best Gyms Under S$100 a Month in Singapore

Here are some of the best gyms in Singapore with a comprehensive range of fitness facilities and charge affordable monthly membership fees.

Priscilla Lee

by Priscilla Lee on Mar 26, 2024

EnergyOne Safra Gym Choa Chu Kang


Contrary to common belief that getting a gym membership in Singapore is an expensive affair, there are many affordable gyms with advanced equipment and well-developed fitness classes at monthly fees of less than S$100. Many of them are even located in the Central Business District (CBD) in Singapore.

If you are looking for a gym to visit, here are five affordable gyms that we have handpicked for you.

Related: Average Cost of Gym Memberships in Singapore

5 Best and Cheapest Gyms in Singapore

GymsMonthly SubscriptionNo. of Outlets Location/s
24X FitnessS$97.01 to S$107.912Bugis and Paya Lebar
Anytime FitnessS$80 to S$100103Islandwide
Dennis GymS$56 to S$1206Balestier, Farrer Park, Jurong, Taman Jurong, Tampines, Tai Seng
GymmBoxxS$65 to S$1308Keat Hong, Canberra, Kebun Baru, Jurong, Fernvale, Ci Yuan, Bishan, Century Square
SAFRA EnergyOneS$8.75 to S$21.80 per entry7Chua Cho Kang, Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh, Yishun

24X Fitness

24X Fitness gym exercise
Source: 24X Fitness

24X Fitness is one of the more affordable gyms in Singapore that operates 24/7. Besides having a comprehensive range of fitness equipment, it also focuses on Personal Training (PT) programmes tailored to members’ fitness goals.

This gym has produced many competitive bodybuilders and has a no-nonsense approach when it comes to fitness. If you are serious about physical training, this place may pique your interest.

Gym Monthly Subscription FeeS$97.01 per month for 18-month membership

S$107.91 per month for 12-month membership

You will have to pay an extra S$74.12 (One-Time Fee) if you want 24/7 access key to the gym

LocationsBugis (Midland House) and Paya Lebar (Singpost Centre)

(Members can access all locations)

Anytime Fitness

Anytime Fitness gym
Source: Anytime Fitness

With over 100 outlets islandwide, Anytime Fitness is the largest gym chain in Singapore that members can easily gain access to without having to travel far. Compared to other pricier gyms in Singapore’s CBD, Anytime Fitness offers an affordable alternative for those who love to workout near their workplace.

However, do note that Anytime Fitness outlets in Singapore are small setups and fitness classes are also available at certain outlets. Not sure if this is the right gym for you? You can always contact them for a free one-day trial pass to try it out.

Gym Monthly Subscription FeeS$80 to S$100. Rates vary based on location, amenities, and membership type

Dennis Gym

Dennis Gym
Source: Dennis Gym Facebook

Dennis Gym was founded by former bodybuilder Dennis Tew who has won numerous bodybuilding championships. The 24-hour gym outlets are well-equipped with advanced fitness equipment that are built on a medical and scientific foundation, hence making them the ideal places for fitness enthusiasts who are serious about sculpting their bodies to perfection.

Gym Monthly Subscription FeeS$120 for one month membership

S$230 for 3 months membership

S$336 for 6 months membership

S$770 for 12 months membership

LocationsBalestier, Farrer Park, Jurong, Taman Jurong, Tampines, Tai Seng


Gymm Boxx
Source: Gymm Boxx

GymmBoxx is a popular chain in Singapore with 8 gyms strategically located in community clubs or close to heartlands. It may not be the cheapest on our list but the monthly gym fee is still very affordable.

Every outlet is fitted with practical equipment, lots of free weights and power racks for functional training. Overall, it is a no-frills gym for weightlifters. You can also ask for a trial even though it is not listed on the website.

Off-peak membershipRegular membership
Weekdays – 9am to 4pm and 11pm to 7am
Weekends and public holidays – All day access
All day access
Gym Monthly Subscription FeeS$110 for one month
S$80 per month for 6 months
S$65 per month for 12 months
S$120 for one month
S$115 per month for 6 months
S$95 per month for 12 months
LocationsKeat Hong, Canberra, Kebun Baru, Jurong, Fernvale, Ci Yuan, Bishan, Century Square
(Members can access all locations)

SAFRA EnergyOne

EnergyOne Safra Gym Choa Chu Kang
Source: EnergyOne Safra Gym Choa Chu Kang

SAFRA EnergyOne offers more than just cardio or resistance training machines. With every entry, you will get to enjoy the swimming pool, jacuzzi and steam room.

It is good to note that SAFRA EnergyOne goes with per entry price on a regular basis. If you much prefer to sign up for a membership with a monthly gym fee, you have to look out for SAFRA’s periodic promotions where bundle fees will be offered to SAFRA members, their spouses and non-SAFRA members.

Weekdays – 6.30am to 5pm
Weekends – 6.30am to 1pm and 8pm to 10.30pm
Weekdays – 5pm to 10.30pm
Weekends – 1pm to 8pm
Gym FeeS$8.75 per entry for SAFRA members
S$13.10 per entry for non-members
S$14.20 per entry for SAFRA members
S$21.80 per entry for non-members
LocationsChua Cho Kang, Jurong, Mount Faber, Punggol, Tampines, Toa Payoh, Yishun

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Which Credit Cards Should You Use To Pay For Gym Memberships?

Whether you choose to pay your gym fees on a monthly basis or in a lump sum, make sure to utilise the best credit cards that let you earn maximum rebates or rewards. We have shortlisted three cards that can help you make the most of every dollar spent.

UOB One Credit Card

Apply now and get S$350 cash credit. For new-to-UOB Credit Cardmembers only. T&Cs apply.

UOB One Credit Card

Maximum cashback for stable budgets.

UOB One Credit Card


  • Good fit for budgets of at least S$2,000 per month
  • Easy cashback on daily spend
  • Gives rebates for paying bills


  • Doesn't fit inconsistent budgets
  • Annual fee
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Use UOB One Card to pay for your gym membership may help you reach the minimum spend required to earn 3.33% rebate. If you sign up as a new-to-UOB Credit Card customer by 30 March 2024, you will also receive up to 15% cashback on McDonald’sNEW, DFI Retail Group, Grab, Shopee, SimplyGo (bus and train rides) and UOB Travel transactions.

Overall Rewards

  • Up to 15% cashback for daily essentials, food deliveries, online shopping and more
  • 3.33% rebate for spending S$500, S$1,000 or S$2,000 per month over 3 months to receive cashback of S$50, S$100 or S$200 respectively per quarter
  • Up to 22.66% fuel savings at Shell and SPC
  • Earn up to 7.8% p.a interest on savings with UOB One Account when you spend on UOB One Card

Maybank Family & Friends MasterCard

Maybank Family & Friends MasterCard is one of the most generous credit cards that offer straightforward rebates. Assuming your annual gym fee is S$800, the card allows you to easily earn S$25 cashback to offset your total gym fee.

Overall Rewards

  • Up to 8% cashback on 5 preferred categories from the list of 10 options. Cashback capped at S$25 cashback per category, up to S$125 cashback per month with S$800 min spend
  • 3% cashback on any AXS bill payment using Maybank Family & Friends Card. Capped at maximum bill payment of S$50 per transaction
  • 3% cashback for all other spend

Citi Cash Back+ Card

This card offers straightforward 1.6% cashback with no minimum spend and no restriction on shopping categories. There is also no cap on how much cashback you can earn per month. No matter how much your gym membership is, you can earn 1.6% cashback when you pay with this card.

Overall rewards

  • 1.6% cashback on all spend with no minimum spend required and no cap on cashback
  • Cashback earned does not expire
  • Additional 0.4% Bonus Cash Back on eligible spends for Citi Plus customers

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