Club Buzz

12 reasons to head to our clubhouses this December hols

Check out the awesome activities happening at our clubhouses in the month of December.

Bukit Batok Clubhouse

Laser Quest Mission Marathon

6 Dec (Wed), 10am-12pm @ Laser Quest Arena | $16 |

Unlimited game play for 2 hours!

Adventure Day Out

10 Dec (Sun), 10am-1pm @ Adventure Centre | $60 |

Conquer the Challenge Cube and High Rope Course!

Christmas @ T-Play

24-25 Dec (Sun-Mon) @ T-Play |

Great fun for kids, with an appearance by Santa!

NS50 Swimming Course Promos

1-31 Dec |

New sign-ups enjoy 50% off the regular course fees, a complimentary swimming kit, and a trial class. T&Cs apply.

Balestier Clubhouse

Master Tree Challenge & Christmas Light-up

9 Dec (Sat), 4-8pm @ Lobby |

Win prizes in our decorate-a-tree competition and/or lucky draw!

Facilities Booking Promotions

1-31 Dec |

Celebrate the Yuletide season with us! We’re offering you a not-to-be-missed 50% off the usual rates for bookings of the following facilities:
• Tennis Court • Street Soccer Court • Dance Studio • Games Room

Sembawang Clubhouse

Poolside Movie Screening

16 Dec (Sat), 7.30-10.30am @ Poolside | | 6708-6675

Splash in with us for a movie by the pool!

12 Days to Christmas

13-24 Dec @ Lobby | | 6708-6675

Countdown to Christmas with us. We have daily activities like craft work, terrarium-building ($5 fee), storytelling and more!

Elves' Mischief

1-15 Dec @ Lobby | | 6708-6675

[NS50 Exclusive] Share with us what you love most about HomeTeamNS Sembawang, and one (realistic) gift you would love to receive this Christmas. The Elves might just grant your wish!

Tampines Clubhouse

Ultimate Boot Camp

2-3 Dec (Sat-Sun) @ Clip ‘n’ Climb, Laser Quest Arena & Bukit Batok Adventure Centre | | 6705-9418

Join us for a 2-day-1-night whirlwind of family fun!

Gingerbread House Workshop

24 Dec (Sun), 2-4pm @ Party Room | $15 | | 6705-9418

Learn to make a classic gingerbread house!

Candyland Christmas

24-25 Dec (Sun-Mon) @ Clip ‘n’ Climb & Laser Quest Arena | | 6705-9418

We’ve got lucky dips and treasure hunts going. Feeling lucky?

New Year's Eve Carnival

31 Dec (Sun) | | | 6705-9418

With so many exciting activities to choose from, you’ll be utterly spoilt for choice!

On The Edge

Go for Gold

Shape Up

Who says working out is boring?


Don’t spend all your time pumping iron or hitting the treadmill. Switch it up with these enjoyable exercises and work your muscles in ways they have never been worked before!


Pilates combined with boxing gives you piloxing. This high energy interval training uses various items like weighted gloves and pilates blocks, and gives you a cardio and toning fix all in one. The workout also strengthens your core and improves flexibility while minimising damage to the joints. Expect to burn up to 1,200 calories during a one-hour workout.

GYM: HomeTeamNS Balestier Clubhouse
CLASS NAME: Piloxing


There’s nothing quite like bouncing around on a trampoline to whizz you back to your childhood days. But take a trampoline class today and you’ll realise it isn’t exactly child’s play. Designed to provide an intense workout with zero impact on your joints, trampolining on a small rebounder enhances your coordination and balance, and improves your lymphatic system to aid toxin release. All this in addition to the usual cardio burn and weight loss.

GYM: True Fitness
CLASS NAME: U-Bound® class

Dry Surfing

With Surfset classes, you mimic surfing movements, just without the water. It’s not just all posing on theunstable Ripsurfer X board, though. Yoga, pilates and traditional gym exercises are also performed on it, and this is a great way to improve your balance, coordination and focus. Surfset’s advanced classes focus on endurance and strength training, and a typical class could involve interval training, resistance training and circuit training.

GYM: Surfset Fitness

Superhero Challenge

Just in case you haven’t had enough of training as an NSman, you can check out the Hero Class at Fitness First. It is inspired by the physical tasks that the men and women of the civil defence forces perform. Yes, that means lifting and pulling training dummies, and climbing up and down a 3.7m-tall Throwdown structure to simulate search and rescue drills.

GYM: Fitness First Bugis Junction
CLASS NAME: Hero Class

Food Spy

Best Sports Bars for Football Foodies


There’s a spring in your step, your heart is racing, and late nights are a new norm. It’s English Premier League (EPL) season! You may not want to pay to watch it at home, though. Or maybe you just prefer the convivial vibes at a bar. Either way, here are four sports bars around Singapore for you to get your EPL fix.


Two Pigs Fly/Lower East Side

These side-by-side outlets have screens showing EPL matches. If you don’t see a game being shown, just ask. Choose to sit kerb-side or inside, and enjoy $10 pints of beer during Happy Hour. Menu must-tries include the Signature Trio Tacos (from $15) at Lower East Side, and the pastas at Two Pigs Fly. The best part about watching football matches here? The huge projector screen at Two Pigs Fly.

WHERE: 19 East Coast Road


Bar Bar Black Sheep

This popular chain gets into a football frenzy every season. Its biggest outlet (Cluny Courtyard) features outdoor and indoor screens. It’s made a name for itself with casual North Indian cuisine, and house favourites include the Butter Chicken ($12.50) and Tandoori Platter ($26), which features fish, prawns, chicken and lamb cooked in a traditional tandoor oven. Draft beer start at $7 a glass, and one-for-one housepour jugs at $59.

WHERE: #01-05C Cluny Court, 501 Bukit Timah Road


The Bank Bar

This gastrobar is the official venue and sponsor of the Manchester United Supporters Club Singapore. It offers Happy Hour promotions all night and monthly food deals, but it is certainly no dive bar. We’re talking marble-topped bar counters and a ceiling adorned with chandeliers. Try the popular Fish & Chips ($22) and Seared Seabass Clam Chowder ($25) on regular weeknights. Come match time, you can put all the glitz behind you as the crowd swells and the atmosphere takes on a stadium vibe – especially if Man U is on!

WHERE: #01-01 One Shenton,1 Shenton Way


Nickeldime Drafthouse

These folks take their brewing so seriously, they have an in-house certified technician to ensure their beer is as fresh and cold as can be. With over 19 craft beers on tap and a selection that changes seasonally, there will always be something new to try. Food here is handcrafted from scratch (even the breads and sauces). Unsurprisingly, beer features in the food: Try the Stout Meatballs ($11), or munch on the I Wanna Hold Your Ham Pizza ($17) while watching a game with your buddies.

WHERE: #01-01 Novena Regency, 275 Thomson Road

Club Buzz

Hello there, The Living Space


You’re organising your next gathering with your family or best buddies and you’re probably thinking: “My home is too small” or “To clean up aft er is such a turn-off !” Well, that doesn’t have to be the case anymore. Welcome to The Living Space – a concept venue that looks just like a home, minus the bedrooms. It’s cosy, comfortable and, most of all, configurable!

Over 150 NSmen, members and families attended the launch of The Living Space at HomeTeamNS Sembawang on 9 September. The new facility was unveiled by LTC (NS) Sim Meng San, Chairman, and members of the Sembawang Executive Committee. Invited guests and participants were treated to movie screenings, coffee appreciation workshops,terrarium building sessions, story-telling sessions and a furniture-building challenge. The Living Space is bigger than a five-room HDB flat, and is fi tted with gaming consoles, KTV and sound entertainment systems, modular furniture and multi-angled projection systems. It even has its own kitchenette and an island bar counter! This makes it perfect for parties, gatherings, celebrations, team building workshops and even informal meetings, for 40 to 50 people. PTE (NS) Muhd Firdaus said: “It’s going to be another reason to hang out more often at HomeTeamNS Sembawang. Besides coming to makan, work out, go prawning and swim, I can now book this space to lepak [relax] with my NS buddies!”

Chope (book) a slot from now till 31 December 2017 and get two hours free! Quote “Frontline x TLS” to enjoy this promotion. Rates start from $640 for a four-hour block. E-mail for more information. Terms and conditions apply.

Club Buzz

Ho Jiak Food Festival


HomeTeamNS Bukit Batok celebrated Singapore’s 52nd birthday with Ho Jiak Food Festival, lucky draws and a Gold Class live screening of the National Parade at its 236-seat auditorium. Members at the screening bagged the NS50 goodie bag, fried chicken, corn-in-a-cup, popcorn, ice cream and beverages while watching the show.

Said SGT (NS) Kan Teck San: “My wife and I had such an enjoyable day. We enjoyed the food, which added to the wonderful celebratory atmosphere.” MAJ (NS) Toh Lim Kai was glad to celebrate the nation’s birthday at HomeTeamNS. “The emcee did a fantastic job hosting the games, and creating opportunities for us to find out more about HomeTeamNS and NS50,” he said. CPL (NS) Tan Soo Hiang added enthusiastically: “We took home two of the 10 lucky draw prizes.”

Club Buzz

Colours aplenty at National Gallery


A riot of colours featuring 120 paintings, sculptures, videos and installations by iconic Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama greeted HomeTeamNS members and their families at the National Gallery on National Day.

“Kusama’s exhibits were expressive, full of vibrant colours and appealing to all ages,” said LTC (NS) Sim Meng San. Wendy Toh, wife of DSP (NS) Tan Pheng Soon, said their kids enjoyed Kusama’s art exhibits tremendously. She added: “The buffet dinner was also awesome. It was so thoughtful of HomeTeamNS to think of filling up our bellies before the big fireworks show!”

SUPT (NS) Nicholas Phua enjoyed catching up with long-lost NS buddies. “We reminisced about old times while our children took part in the fringe activities. Watching the fireworks display up close was definitely the highlight for us,” he said.

SUPT (NS) Nicholas Phua enjoyed catching up with long-lost NS buddies. “We reminisced about old times while our children took part in the fringe activities. Watching the fireworks display up close was definitely the highlight for us,” he said.