5 Rage Rooms Where You Can Let Go Of Your Anger Productively

The therapy we need.

Bottling up your anger isn’t healthy. So, release all that pent-up emotion productively in these rage rooms.

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No matter what time or day it is, life always tries it. Whether it be your personal or professional life, there are just so many things going on that can lead to a torrent of emotions. Even as simple as watching the news or traveling on the road can get stressful. The frustration is real as we feel as if our mental health is battered daily. Understandably, this can lead to a build-up of feelings and a desire to let it all out. But keeping all that in or bringing it out through unhealthy outlets can lead to even more problems and headaches, and that is the last thing we need.

Luckily, there are rage rooms around the country that allow you to let it all out safely and legally. Throw some plates, smash an old TV, and let out a good cry. After all, letting the stress out and unwinding is something we all need and deserve once in a while. So, if a venue to let out your anger and rage in life is what you need, check out these rage rooms around the Philippines that serve as safe spaces to let you feel your feels.


Located at BF Homes, Paranaque is the first rage room with a coffee shop in the country where, for just 120 pesos for 15 minutes, you’re free to let out your rage by throwing plates and glass bottles. And, if you’d like to direct your energy towards a specific person, you can request to have a photo of someone pinned on the wall. When you’re done, cool down with a cup of coffee. While they’re only located in Paranaque as of the moment, they are expanding to a new location in Ayala Malls Circuit in Makati, and potentially in Pasig and Rizal too.


Stop by La Loma, Quezon City for the firs rage room in the Metro where a metal pipe, safety equipment, and objects for you to destroy await you to release. Choose from one of three packages, Woke Up & Chose Violence, Peace Was Never an Option, Life is Short Smash Sh!t, with rates starting at 299 pesos for 10 minutes. And they do allow add-ons in case you wanted more objects to feel your productive anger.


From Breakout Philippines comes Break Room Philippines, whose name doesn’t hide what you’ll do in the room. Choose between bats, golf clubs, and sledgehammers as the physical tool to let out your rage as well as one of three packages, Quick Release, Stress Management, or Anger Therapy. And to top it all off, this Mandaluyong-based rage room lets customers bring the items they want to break.  


If you’re traveling north to get away from it all, you may want to stop by San Fernando, Pampanga to check out this rage room. Superslam Rage Room, which bills itself as the number one rage room in the Philippines, offers customers a safe space to scream and break things to their heart’s content for 150 pesos. And if their name sounds familiar, then you’ve probably seen some of their viral TikTok videos that show the healing power of letting things out in a rage room.   


Ironically enough, this rage room in the north is located in the town of Maligaya in Mallig, Isabela. Step inside Barrio Rage Room and pick your poison between a wooden bat, golf club, hammer, tennis racket, or metal pole.


You may be familiar with Isdaan Floating Restaurant for its concept as a seafood restaurant with guests staying on cottages floating on water. But aside from the food and ambiance, you may also want to check out the Tacsiyapo Wall, which lets guests channel their frustrations by throwing plates and other objects at a giant wall. Fill your tummy and your soul.  

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