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There are 2 types of pool here, training and competitive pools.
There is an electronic schedule available which you can check online the availability of the pools.
The pools are very cool but it takes time for your body to get accustomed to the cool...More
love how the pool lanes are labelled so you can chose the type of speed you’re comfortable with to do your lap swimming.
tickets are per entry but comes with lockers and hot showers. there’s also a water cooler right beside the pool. lifeguards are...More
There at frequent international Swimming competition to watch here too. Conveniently located to be reachable by train, with food outlets and other sports and concerts to watch. Good place to spent a weekend with the family.
I wanted to swim some laps while visiting and found this pool on trip advisor. It is an international quality pool which cost me $2.60, it also had free lockers to use and the whole precinct is interesting to walk around, i wish we could...More
There is no question that this is a beautiful facility. However, they have ridiculous security that forbids parents to bring in bottled water and food so that they can coerce them into using their crappy F&B outlets. At the same time, the swimmers can carry...More
Lap swimmers will definitely love Aquatic Center. It has at least 8 swim lanes with 4 speed group so you just choose the right one for you and not worrying about bumping or overtaking other swimmers. Pool is olympic standards complete with great shower facility,...More
Water is super clear. Cooling. Odourless. Ppl inside are serious swimmers.. ..from one end u can see the other submerged ....for the training pool lanes are categories to slow, medium fast, fast etc....both competition pool and training pool are covered and indoor....connected is the kallang...More
Sports Hub, built in 2014, knits together the new National Stadium, the Singapore Sports Museum, Water Sports Center with kayaking and swimming, beach volleyball, the Kallang Leisure Park, Kallang Wave, the OCBC basketball arena, the 4 story rock climbing wall, Stadium Riverside Walk and many...More