Ever complained about swimming pool too crowded in Singapore?

Check this out…

Most crowded swimming pool

Summerland Water World, Tokyo

This is the world’s most crowded swimming pool in the world, which is located in Tokyo Japan. Everyone is squeezing in to get a spot in the pool. That’s it! No swimming at all.

Now, let’s look at Singapore’s swimming pools. We have 24 public swimming complexes in Singapore with two more on their way. In addition to various size condo swimming pools, I dare say we are one of the cities with most swimming pools in the world as compared to the land area. This is how Singapore’s government encourages the residents to swim. Two thumbs up!

OnTo further encourage swimming, the entrance fee to swimming pools in Singapore is rather cheap compared to other countries. Just less than two bucks with some only costing 50 cents, you can swim for the whole day! The cleanliness is excellent with daily cleaning and one half day closures per week for maintenance.

There are some swimming pools like Jurong East, Jurong West, Choa Chu Kang and Sengkang that are known as featured pools with very nice facilities, such as a lazy river, Jacuzzi, slides and so much more to enjoy!

For this weekend, don’t be a stay-at-home TV family. Join us for some fun at any one of Singapore’s swimming pools!