Singapore has a tropical climate, which implies that the weather is hot and humid all year. What better way to cool off than by swimming in one of Singapore’s public pools?
In this post, we will look at some of Singapore’s top public pools, including their characteristics, locations, and contact information.
1. Khatib Clubhouse
Khatib Clubhouse, located at 2 Yishun Walk, is a new facility that has already acquired appeal among NSmen and their families.
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Khatib Clubhouse is the first clubhouse in Singapore to adopt an eco-filtration technology for its swimming pool, among other eco-friendly technologies and cutting-edge amenities. This means that the water is sanitised without the use of chemicals such as chlorine, making it safe and environmentally friendly for everyone to enjoy. You may reach them at 6708 6670.
2. Swimming Pool at Safra Yishun
If you’re looking for a pool with a view, the Swimming Pool @ Safra Yishun is a great option. This pool, surrounded by lush greenery and furnished with big umbrellas and deck chairs, offers a soothing ambiance.
It also has a massive rock with built-in slides that is suitable for both children and adults. With its interconnected water linkways, you can swim from one segment to the next without leaving the water. They are located at 60 Yishun Avenue 4 and may be reached via their website.
3. Sengkang Swimming Complex
The Sengkang Swimming Complex is a little out of the way, but it’s well worth the drive. This swimming complex’s most eye-catching feature is its eight colourful huge slides, which are ideal for kids who enjoy sliding. A soothing Jacuzzi and a kiddy pool with a tiny slide for toddlers are also available.
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If you’re looking for a challenge, check out the two Olympic-sized pools, which provide group swimming instruction on a weekly basis. Sengkang Swimming Complex is located at 57 Anchorvale Rd and can be reached via their website.
4. Tampines Swimming Complex
The Tampines Swimming Complex, located on the sixth level of Our Tampines Hub, has six pools: a training pool, a ten-lane competition pool, a multi-purpose pool, a Jacuzzi pool, an interactive pool, and a wading pool. The wading and interactive pools are ideal for children, with the latter incorporating flower pot misting spouts and a kid-sized waterfall. Tampines Swimming Complex is located at 505 Tampines Avenue 5 and can be reached through their website.
5. Jurong East Swimming Complex
The Jurong East Swimming Complex was Singapore’s first public pool to offer a lazy river, wave pool, and fun slides to the general public. It has remained a Westie favourite since its inception in 2000. Its tower of three spiralling water slides, as well as the wave pool and lazy river that lulls you around the circumference of the facility, are always crowded.
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For serious swimmers, there is also a competition pool. Jurong East Swimming Complex is located at 21 Jurong East St 31, and its website can be contacted.
6. Jurong West Swimming Complex
The Jurong West Swimming Complex, despite being smaller than its sister pool, is a fantastic alternative for families with children. Its water park has a three-story tube slide that will keep children enthralled for hours.
For a more relaxing experience, dive into its indoor and outdoor 50-meter pools, relax in the Jacuzzi, or enjoy a float down the lazy river.
7. Pasir Ris Swimming Complex
Pasir Ris Swimming Complex has several pools, including a competition pool, a training pool, two kiddy pools with interesting water features, and a jacuzzi. With a rainwater harvesting system and vertical green walls that minimise ambient heat, the complex is noted for being environmentally friendly.
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The swimming facility is located at 120 Pasir Ris Central in Singapore and is open from 8 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Mondays and Tuesdays, and from Thursday to Sunday.
8. Wild Wild Wet
Wild Wild Wet is a water park with a variety of water sports such as high-speed flume rides, four-story slides, and wave pools. To keep guests cool, there are numerous slides, ladders, water cannons, and fountains. The raft slide ‘Ular-Lah’ is the park’s signature ride, with high-banked bends and 360-degree spins.
Wild Wild Wet is located at 1 Pasir Ris Cl in Singapore and is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Off-peak admission costs start at $18/child or senior and $24/adult, while peak tickets start at $24/child or senior and $32/adult.
9. Splash @ Kidz Amaze
Splash @ Kidz Amaze is a kid-friendly indoor water playground featuring five slides and eight interconnecting play decks. The play area includes a separate wading area for toddlers aged 18 to 36 months, as well as large buckets of water that spill over at irregular intervals.
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Admission starts at $8 and is free for babies under the age of 18 months. Splash @ Kidz Amaze is located at 9 Sentul Cres in Singapore and is open Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Friday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
10. Splash N Surf
Splash N Surf, located on the rooftop of Kallang Wave Mall, has a water play area for children only and a lazy pool for both children and adults to relax in. Visitors can also learn to half-pipe surf and ride the boogie board and kneeboard at the Stingray for $30/hour and above.
Splash N Surf is temporarily closed, but it is usually open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. and is located at Kallang Wave Mall, 1B Stadium Walk, Singapore. The event is free to attend.
Singapore offers a range of public pools and water parks for a refreshing and enjoyable experience. These facilities provide a perfect escape from Singapore’s hot and humid weather while providing a fun and healthy way to stay active. Whether you are looking for a relaxing swim, a challenging workout, or a fun water adventure, there is a pool or water park that suits your needs. So, why not grab your swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen and head to one of Singapore’s public pools for a refreshing dip?
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