Address: 900 Tiong Bahru Road (158790)
Contact No: 6474 7573
Operating Hours: 8.00am – 9.30pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), 2.30pm – 9.30pm (Tue)
Opening Date: 7 Nov 1979
Facilities Type: 1 Competition Pool, 1 Teaching pool, 1 Wading pool
Seating Capacity: Nil
Parking Facilities: 128 (Car), 36 (Motorcycle)
|Adult – $1.00||Adult – $1.30|
|Children – $0.50||Children – $0.70|
|Senior Citizen – $0.50||Senior Citizen – $0.60|
Redhill MRT Station (0.35 km)
Tiong Bahru MRT Station (0.84 km)
Delta Swim Complex (B10199) Bus Stop (0.1km)
Tiong Bahru Plaza (0.84 km)
Great World City (1.42 km)
Depot Heights Shopping Centre (1.43 km)
Delta Swimming Complex opened its doors to the public on 7th Nov 1979. It is one of the oldest swimming complex in Singapore. Although, the address is stated in Tiong Bahru Road, Delta Swimming Complex is actually walking distance from Redhill MRT Station. In fact, you might even be able to see it from the Redhill MRT station’s platform. Yes, it might not be as new and modern as other swimming complex, but it still has the three standard pools available. They are the wading pool for toddlers, the teaching pool for beginners and the competition pool for the more advanced students.
For parents who are waiting for their child’s lesson to end, you might want to consider visiting Tiong Bahru Plaza. It is one MRT station away from Redhill, which is the closest MRT station to Delta Swimming Complex. You can enjoy a movie at Golden Village cinema or have a cup of coffee at the Coffee Club. If you’re not into coffee, do not fret as there are many other cafes, restaurants and even a Kopitiam. Shopping? No problem, there’s a John Little departmental store aside from other fashion stores. Let’s not forget the NTUC Fairprice supermarket for your daily needs. For the full store directory, you can check it out here.
Although Delta Swimming Complex might be one of the older swimming complexes in Singapore, it doesn’t fall short of the availability of swimming lessons. There are many lessons conducted, especially for children, over the weekends. The peak period is usually in the mornings, but if you’re truly looking to swim freely without much congestion, then you should head over here on a weekday instead. However, if you’re planning to take a dip on a Tuesday, take note of the opening time and arrange for it after 2.30pm.