Tampines Swimming Complex – Everything You Need To Know
Tampines Swimming Complex, the second east-siders public swimming pool managed by Sports Singapore formerly known as Singapore Sports Council. Tampines is a place with great connectivity, a regional centre and reputation as one of the most desirable places to bring up a family in Singapore. Tampines Swimming Complex has recently been relocated to the Tampines Hub at Level 6. East-Siders and foreigners alike will enjoy this pool for family swimming, bonding swimming sessions with the kids in the Wading pool and Jacuzzi pool. Tampines swimming lessons are conducted in competitive swimming pool, multi-purpose pool, training pool as well as wading pool.
Tampines Hub Swimming Pool is currently an indoor swimming pool after going through renovation and relocations. The upgrades have bring about significant better quality facilities to the East siders and continue to provide good value for money recreational activities for the community. The current positioning of the swimming complex is to tap into the younger generations and to facilitate the new emerging trend of lifestyle services.
Tampines Hub Parking can be found at the basement of Tampines Hub and is usually not packed during weekdays in the evening.
For those serious swimmers or training for swimming competitions, Tampines Swimming Complex house 1 Competition Pool to help you with your daily swims. The competition pool is a 10 lanes competition pool with movable boom. It can be split into two 25m pools at 2.0m depth.
Tampines hub food court is located at the 1st floor of Tampines hub. Fast food restaurants such as KFC and Macdonald are also located at the walkway beside the display hall usually used for exhibition.
Tampines Swimming Complex is near to Tampines Library and few shopping malls such as Tampines Mall, Century Square and Tampines 1 (Tampines One) approximately 1.8km walking distance.
Tampines Swimming Lessons
Swimming is an activity that leads to an increase in health and to an active lifestyle. Participating in an aerobic activity such as swimming for two hours and 30 minutes a week has been shown to decrease many risk factors for cardiovascular diseases. Start learning to swim early! Register for swimming lessons with us via registration for swimming lessons.