Yishun Swimming Complex

Yishun Swimming Complex opened its doors to the public on 30th March 1988. It is actually situated between Yishun MRT station and Khatib MRT station. From either of the stations, it is approximately a 15 minutes walk to the swimming complex. Because of its very...

Tips For Swimming At Beaches

We’ve always talked about how unpredictable and dangerous the open waters can be. Here are some tips from the County of Los Angeles that will allow an individual to remain safe when swimming in the waters at beaches. Firstly, always ensure that you are not...

Swimming in Summer

This may be unknown to some, but during the school holidays in Singapore, the public swimming complexes tend to have more swimming lessons going on. This is because swimming has become a compulsory skill in Singapore. Parents have also been educated on the...

If A 95-Year Old Can Do It, So Can You!

Mary (Tom) MacDonald, a 95 year old grandmother from Sydney, Australia, frequents the pool three times a week! So how does she do it? “I’m scared to death to stop unless I don’t get started again,” she says with a laugh. “No, really I love life and I love people and...

Tampines Swimming Complex

Tampines Swimming Complex opened its doors to the public on 16th December 1989. It is a simple 10 minutes walk from Tampines MRT station. Although the complex has been around for quite some time already, it doesn’t lack in its facilities. It has a total of 4...

Yio Chu Kang Swimming Complex

Yio Chu Kang Swimming Complex opened its doors to the public on 1st July 1986. It is a simple 5 minutes walk from Yio Chu Kang MRT station and Nanyang Polytechnic. Although it may not be the newest or most modern swimming complex in Singapore, Yio Chu Kang Swimming...