In the Hokkien/Teochew language, Hougang means “river end.” It is a residential area in the North of Singapore, and it is the most populated town in the area. Before the 1990s, a lot of the area was used for raising pigs. The farmers had to move because new homes were being built.

Hougang is self-sufficient, with numerous amenities available in the neighborhood and surrounding areas. Hougang Mall, Heartland Mall, Hougang 1, and Serangoon Shopping Centre are commercial malls offering a diverse selection of retail stores for fashion, home furnishings, electronics, casual, fast-food, and family dining options, as well as other companies and services.

Residents can maintain a healthy and active lifestyle by taking advantage of community centers and sports halls, which offer sports like badminton, futsal (a form of football/soccer), and gyms at reasonable prices. Parks in the region, such as Punggol Park, Hougang Neighbourhood Park, and Realty Park Playground, guarantee that homeowners seeking a quiet escape have access to pockets of nature and greenery.


The Hougang Swimming Complex is in the northeastern part of Singapore. People in the neighborhood can go to a public pool to swim for fun or take swimming lessons.

There is a parking lot next to the HDB, and the pool is next to the HDB. This site has a lot more parking space than the Katong Swimming Complex. The swimming pool also has a seating area that can hold up to 320 people.

This public pool in Hougang is excellent for family fun and swimming lessons. Using non-slip floor treatment, the complex makes it safe for kids and their parents to play in the same place simultaneously.

There are signs and information boards near the entrance to tell everyone that they need to wear proper swimwear while they are in the water. Before and after using the swimming pool system, always wash your hands and body with soap and water.

This should be a good thing to do when you’re in the pool at any time or in any place.


From 12 pm to 4 pm, the pools aren’t usually shady and are generally sunny in the afternoon. At night, it is usually not very cold. This is a good time to swim in this area because it’s not very cold. Around 7 to 9 pm, the water in the competition and training pools is usually warm enough for people to swim in.

Like most swimming complexes, there is a big shelter right at the entrance of this one. Many people taking a break at work and school will be found sitting around this shelter most of the time. There is a small road for people who need to get in and out of the shelter.

Another big difference from other pools is that there are a lot of vending machines at the corners of the entrances. So you’ll never have to worry about running out of snacks or needing to refuel your body after a challenging swim again.

Heavy swimming workouts “damage” your body during grueling workouts. Food will help you get better, and it will also be very convenient.


The complex is very close to the food center. The food courts under block 511 are right across the street. You can eat there before and after swimming.

Besides Hougang, there are eight shopping malls in the area, and these are four of the most popular ones:

Most people know about the Hougang Mall. It’s near the Hougang Bus Interchange, so you can find it there. People can buy food, books, phones, and other things there.

Kang Kar Mall is a small shopping center with a food court and a two-story Fairprice store inside.

In the west of Hougang, you can find Hougang 1. This is another place where you can discover NTUC Fair price Xtra.

Buangkok Square is a new shopping mall with condominiums on top of three-story shops. There are food courts, Macdonald’s, and a supermarket called Prime Supermarket in this place.

Have you been to this excellent swimming complex in Hougang? The complex is next to the Hougang Polyclinic and next to the Hougang sports hall.

Covering the pool are yellow and blue fences. 

Take a short walk down the barriers and see the entrance in front.

Note: The Hougang sports hall had a running track and a sitting area for people to run every day.


Our school gives swimming lessons in Hougang at the times below on both weekdays and weekends:

Classes Timing

Part-Time Coach

Full-Time Coach

NROC Coach
Mon 9am – 12pm9am 9am 10am, 11am
Mon 4pm – 9pm 4pm – 8pm 4pm – 9pm 7pm – 9pm
Tues 9am – 12pm 9am – 11am 10am – 12pm 10am – 12pm
Tues 4pm – 9pm 4pm – 6pm 5 – 8pm 4pm – 9pm
Wed 8am – 12pm 8am – 10am 9am – 11am 11am-12pm
Wed 3pm – 9pm 3pm – 5pm 3pm – 7pm 4pm – 9pm
Thurs 9am – 9pm 9am – 1pm 4pm – 8pm 5pm – 9pm
Fri 9am – 12pm 9am – 12pm 9am – 11am
9 am – 11 am
Fri 4pm – 9pm 4pm – 6pm 4pm – 8pm 7pm – 9pm
Sat 9am – 1pm 9am – 1230pm 9am – 11am 9am – 12pm
Sat 9am – 9pm 9am – 1pm 9am – 2pm 5pm – 9pm
Sun 9am – 9pm 9am – 1pm 9am – 2pm 3pm – 9pm

Above is a timetable for swimming lessons at the Hougang swimming complex.

Ten people can be in each group at once.

For any groups, or small groups, swimming lessons. You can register interest in our registration form.

We’ll get back to you on the next working day.


95 Hougang Ave 4, Singapore 538830

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+6386 5010


Monday 6.30am to 9.30pm
Tuesday 2.30pm to 9.30pm
Wednesday 6.30am to 9.30pm
Thursday 8.00am to 9.30pm
Friday 6.30am to 9.30pm
Saturday 8.00am to 9.30pm
Sunday 6.30am to 9.30pm

Entrance Fees

Weekdays Weekends
Adult S$1.00 S$1.30
Children S$0.50 S$0.60
Senior Sitizen S$0.50 S$0.60

Nearest Shopping Centre

Hougang Mall 1.2km
Sheng Siong Supermarket 2.8km
Hougang Green Shopping Mall 1.7km
The Midtown 1.3km
Heartland Mall 2.3km
Kang Kar Mall 1.2km
Buangkok Square 2.3km
Hougang Community Club 1.2km

Nearest MRT

Hougang MRT (NE14) 822m

Nearest Swimming Comple

Serangoon SC
Sengkang SC

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