I am a big fan of climbing, I started when i was a kid then I stopped and getting back to it 2 years ago with my american friends. I try to climb as much as possible outside. Unfortunately, in Dallas or now in Singapore it’s not the best places. However, I have been to few places already with nice spots.
For Asian routes one of the best site is thecrag.com
For the US routes one useful website is : mountainproject
Nice place, horseshoe Canyon, 6 hours drive from Dallas, you end up in a nice camp where you can put your tent and prepare a fire for the night. Walking distance to the first routes. There are also showers and toilets available –> more detailed
With over 300 routes, Reimers is sure to please any sport climber looking for a good time. Routes are no taller than 50 feet, but the routes are sustained for the grade, ranging from 5.6 (5b) to a newly developed 5.14 (8b+). Reimers Ranch includes the Reimers Proper crag (185 routes) and the recently established North Shore crag (120 routes) –> more detailed
Diablo Canyon is located outside of Santa Fe New Mexico, and offers fine climbing on basalt cliffs up to three hundred feet tall. With over a hundred sport lines and many good crack lines, Diablo offers a wealth of climbing with easy, quick access from Santa Fe. Grades range from 5.8 (5c) to 5.13 (7c+) and vary in steepness and exposure –> more detailed
One of the easiest area to climb from Singapore. 1 hour flight from Singapore airport, then 45 min car to Kuala Lumpur and then 20 min to batu cave. Easily done over a weekend. Batu cave has nice routes and all levels. –> more detailed
Lopburi is a bit more difficult to access, 2 hours flight from Singapore, then 2 hours from Bangkok. There we only did the multi pitch but I think there are some route available for single pitch.
Nam Pha Pa Yai, Thailand
130 km from Bangkok, there is a nice camp where you can use the tents and walk to all the route. Multiple levels. The time we went there is was well maintained.
Beautiful Krabi, one of the best climbing area in the world. Lot’s of grades and routes. The area is just breathtaking. A must, for climbers. Some area are very polished and some others would need a bit of repairs.