I found a private gaming club in Tai Seng where its members play board games and tabletop RPGs multiple times per week. They charge a simple S$5 day pass, which allows you to play there for as long as you want, for the day. Or, you could purchase the S$50 monthly pass instead, which would cover your costs for the entire month.
I am seriously considering purchasing the monthly pass. In the past seven days, starting from last Monday, I have played five sessions of DnD 3.5E and Pathfinder 1E. FIVE sessions in the span of a week! And I don’t feel exhausted or tired, I want to play more. The management there are all a bunch of chill, cool people who enjoy doing the same thing that I love: playing games and socialising over games.
I am thankful that my current work schedule still allows me the energy to head down to the club from the office, which isn’t too far away. And I am grateful to my friend Ariel for introducing me to her DnD 3.5E group back in April, which has ignited this newfound tabletop gaming passion.
It feels like I am making up for lost time, after taking so long to discover this new hobby at 35-years-old. Now, I feel inspired to host my own tabletop RPG sessions by acting as the DM/GM, and have been actively studying YouTube channels like Matthew Colville and How to be a Great GM for the past several weeks.
I am happy with where I am now and I am content with playing games all day with other people. This is me, this is who I am all along.