Sport Singapore manages the Jurong East Swimming Complex, a public swimming complex.
In 2000, when it originally opened for business, the pool included many of Singapore’s most prestigious facility developments.
When it opened in 2000, Jurong East Sports Centre, known initially as Jurong East Sport and Recreation Centre, was a watershed moment in Sport Singapore’s facility development. It was the first pool to offer a reasonable price for a lazy river, a wave pool, and fun slides to the general public.
This swimming complex is one of the most highly recommended pools in the West part of Singapore, with innovative water parks and water play areas across the site.
All people in this area for schools and people for swimming classes and leisure activities will utilize this public swimming pool.
Jurong East Sports Centre prides itself on being a favorite place for community events, competitions, and a leisure day with its other facilities, such as an air-conditioned sports hall, stadium, and fitness facility.
It was Singapore’s first pool with many interactive features, as it was the country’s first integrated facility.
The lazy river, wave pool, and amusement slides were constructed inexpensively for the public.
After swimming classes or leisure swims, other surrounding things are also enjoyable. Among these are the Chinese and Japanese Gardens, Singapore Zoo, Science Centre Singapore, The Live Turtle Tortoise Museum, Jurong Bird Park, and KidsSTOP.
A food center is located within the complex for those who require a meal after a strenuous swim session.
Are you not interested in the food? There are also numerous popular food outlets nearby, such as coffee shops and food centers.
You might also be interested in visiting Jurong East Food for more inspiration.
For swimmers or those training for swimming competitions, this swimming complex has a competition pool where you can train all day.
After a long day of swimming and looking for some natural massage, there is a Jacuzzi pool in the complex that you can use all day until it closes.
Those looking for a good time can rent a rubber tube for $3.00 and jump into the lazy river. The current is quite strong, so keep an eye on your children in that area.
Aside from the lazy river, the artificial waves and water cannon will keep your children entertained and looking forward to more fun.
21 Jurong East Street 31, Singapore 609517Get Direction
|Monday||Closed (Except PH 8am – 9.30pm)|
|Tuesday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Wednesday||8.00am to 9.30pm|
|Thursday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Friday||8.00am to 9.30pm|
|Saturday||8.00am to 9.30pm|
|Sunday||8.00am to 9.30pm|
Public holidays follow weekends charges.
|Jurong Green Community Club||1.3km|
|Yuhua Village Market and Food Centre||1.6km|
|Loving Heart Multi-service centre||238m|
|Jurong Regional Library||2.6km|
|Chinese Garden MRT||484m|
|Jurong West SC|
|Bukit Batok SC|