Toa Payoh swimming complex is a pool located in the northern part of the central region of Singapore.
It started its operation in 1973 during the Southeast Asian Peninsular Games. The sports complex consists of a swimming complex, stadium and one sports hall. These facilities were back then used for competition training, leisure swimming and swimming lessons for public uses.
Toa Payoh Swimming Complex has 3 swimming pools in place mainly the wading, training, and teaching pools.
There are few diving platforms in this swimming complex, highlight, however, goes mainly to the 10 meters one.
These diving platforms are uncommon in other swimming complexes. These platforms were used by swimming coaches in Toa Payoh swimming.
It must have driven many 13 to 16 years, old learners, in this swimming complex to some “heart attacks” back then and now.
This swimming complex is a popular training ground for SEA games diver and aspiring little ones in the early days and now.
Toa Payoh started its development during the 1960s. Do you know that they were mostly rental units and most people back then own the flats in Toa Payoh via rental.
The pool is crowded usually during the weekends. During the weekdays, it is filled up with kids and the elderly taking swimming lessons and doing leisure swim. It is generally less crowded after office time from 6-8 pm on weekdays. If you are looking for serenity, you can try doing swim at these hours.
4K challenge was held in this swimming complex in 2018, organized by TMD Sports back then. Float Fit Singapore swimming program can also be found in this old swimming complex.
You can find many good foods after swimming, here are some of the good ones we recommend.
You may also checkout Toa Payoh central for walks around the shopping center after the swimming sessions.
The cental contains many good foods, such as the teapresso, Krazy salad bar, Bengawan Solo, and more.
Have a stroll at the Toa Payoh Central Park, there is a lake just beside the park and it is good for sightseeing, resting, or warming up sessions before the swim.
There is no need for a bus to get to the swimming complex, it is approximately 1.6km distance walking after you drop off from Toa Payoh MRT.
301 Lorong Toa Payoh, Singapore 319392Get Direction
|Monday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Tuesday||2.30pm to 9.30pm|
|Wednesday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Thursday||6.30am – 9.30pm|
|Friday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Saturday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Sunday||6.30am to 9.30pm|
|Whampoa Hawker Centre||3.1km|
|SAFRA Toa Payoh||1.5km|
|Home Team NS Balestier||3.2km|
|Toa Payoh Central Library||879m|
|Toa Payoh Mall||867m|
|Toa Payoh Polyclinic||1.2km|
|Toa Payoh Lor 7 Market||1.4km|
|Toa Payoh MRT (NS 19)||1.6km|
|OCBC Aquatic Centre|