The story of the float club

Established in 2014, the float club provides tools to explore your consciousness, so that you can navigate life with clarity and calm.

We reconnect you with yourself


‍The float club was started by two first-time entrepreneurs who believe that knowing yourself is the most powerful change you can bring to the world.

We've personally experienced how an awareness of your inner world can transform your outlook in life. This inspired us to create a space where others on a similar journey could gather.

Get back to nature

An 8-min walk from Lavender MRT, we're proud to call Kampong Bugis home. We are located along Kallang Riverside park, surrounded by old banyan trees and overlooking the tranquil river.

Set in nature

10 mins walk from Lavender MRT station, Kampong Bugis is located in a park surrounded by old banyan trees and overlooking the river. We hope that the environment will disconnect you from city life. Stepping out from the pods, many have described the feeling of being born again and a sense of experiencing everything for the first time. This experience is best in nature.

Designed with your well-being in mind

Escape the bustle and find ease in our homely space. As you enter, you’re greeted by soothing curves, organic textures and objects. After your float, the nature right outside invites you to take everything in with fresh eyes.

Our knowledgeable team will help you get the most out of floatation therapy, so that you leave feeling brand new.

Clay plastered walls

The warm feeling you get when you enter the studio space is partly due to the clay plaster used throughout our space. But what makes clay so special?

Building materials such as unfired clay and other natural fibers have the ability to naturally regulate indoor humidity provided they are not sealed with impermeable finishes. They can effectively capture humidity when the levels are too high and then release it again once the ambient levels drop thus buffering these extremes and creating natural humidity ranges.The reason impermeable finishes are used is to make everything impervious for ease of cleaning and maintenance. Surfaces are covered with a thin layer of plastic. These surfaces become reflective and that has a negative impact on the acoustics and can create visual glare.