Which of the 3 cat cafes in S’pore is the best?

There is no such thing as "the best", because they are all the best.

Belmont Lay | July 22, 2014 @ 02:18 am


1. Meomi Cat Cafe

Established: Opening in July 2014
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/meomicatcafe
Where: 668 North Bridge Road, Ground Level, Singapore 188801
Price: Between $10 to $30
What: The third cat cafe to open in Singapore, but not much is known about it yet.

Except that two of their cats are fairly old: 14 years old to be exact.



2. The Cat Cafe

Established: June 2014
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sgcatcafe
Where: 241B Victoria Street Singapore 188030
Price: $15 per entry, comes with a complimentary soft drink
What: The second cat cafe to open in Singapore just six months after the first one was established in late 2013. The main gripe of this place based on reviews is that the cats get fed too often by customers and they can get a bit wonky. Plus, the cafe seems lax about enforcing their rules on restricting the type of contact young children can have with the cats. Children as young as six years old are allowed in as long as they are accompanied by an adult.


3. Neko no Niwa

Established: December 2013
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CatCafeNekonoNiwa
Where: 54A Boat Quay Singapore
Price: S$12 per person for 1st hour, subsequent 1/2 hour block costs S$5 per person
What: The first-ever cat cafe in Singapore that sent all cat molesters into a frenzy. Neko no Niwa means “Cat Garden” in Japanese and can accommodate up to 25 cat lovers at a time. Has a much stricter rule on allowing kids in, which is good for other doting cat lovers who think children and felines are an explosive mix.

Has got absolutely adorable cats:


Top photo from The Cat Cafe

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