What are your opinion of these courts?
- Courts: 14 Hard Courts
- Bathroom: Yes
- Water Fountain: Yes at the main building.
- Social/Viewing Area: Yes. There is a covered area at the main building great for after match snacks. You can watch matches on a few of the courts from here, but not most of them.
- Parking: Yes, using the EPS. There are two lots, one on either side of the main building.
Located next to the National Staduim, Kallang Tennis Centre is the largest public facility, boasting 14 hard courts. They are broken up into several sections and court 14 is in a stadium format with seating on the sides. It’s pretty spectacular for a tournament final. Something to note, Singapore Tennis Association conducts much of it’s programs here, and it’s the training center for the national team and the national youth team, so the courts can be quite busy. That doesn’t mean they’re always booked, but it does mean that they are quick to fill up, and impossible to get if there’s a tournament or other major event happening there.
If you are driving to the courts, they are easy to get to and parking is plentiful. For those arriving by public transport, there is a bus stop right in front of the facility. If you are taking the MRT, the closest stop is Mountbatten and you should use Exit A.
Courts: The courts are in great condition and well maintained.
Bathrooms: They are located at the side of the main building. They’ve always been clean and in good condition as well.
Water Fountain: Yes, located in the covered area at the front of the main building.
Social/Viewing Area: At the main building, there is a covered area with tables and chairs where you can layout your snacks, sit and relax out of the sun after your matches. Some of the courts are visible from this area, so you can watch a bit while staying in the shade. There are also a few other places around where you can partially view matches. It’s not terribly convenient, but doable. Definitely bring sun screen, because there isn’t much shade at these courts.