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 pools available. They are a wading pool, a learners’ pool, a teaching pool and a competition pool. Lessons for beginners are normally conducted in the teaching pool and sometimes even the learners’ pool. For the intermediate and advanced students, they are normally trained in the competition pool, which resembles a 50m Olympic size pool.
For parents who are waiting for their child’s lesson to end, you might want to consider visiting Eastlink Mall. It’s a relatively small place with a couple of shops and a food court.
Tampines Swimming Complex is one of the more popular swimming complexes in the east area of Singapore. As there are 4 pools available, it is assumed that the complex is capable of holding more swimmers. The peak period, like any other swimming complex, is during the weekends, where it can be packed with lessons. Hence, if you are only free on the weekends, we suggest that you head over at night after dinner time. However, if you can make it on the weekdays, then it would be the ideal situation. For Tuesdays, remember to take note that the complex only starts operation from 2.30pm.
Address: 505 Tampines Ave 5 (529652)
Operating Hours: 8.00am – 9.30pm (Mon, Wed – Sun), 2.30pm – 9.30pm (Tue)
Opening Date: 16 Dec 1989
Facilities Type: 1 Competition Pool, 1 Teaching pool, 1 Learner Pool, 1 Wading pool
Seating Capacity: 400
|Adult – $1.00||Adult – $1.30|
|Children – $0.50||Children – $0.70|
|Senior Citizen – $0.50||Senior Citizen – $0.60|
Tampines MRT Station (0.58 km)
Darul Ghufran Mosque (B75129) Bus Stop (0.12km)
Tampines Plaza (0.38 km)
Eastlink Mall (0.51 km)
How To Register For Our Swimming Lessons?
First, choose a lesson from below.
|(For 4-23 months old)||(For 2-5 years old)||(For 5-14 years old)||(For 14 years old & above)|
|(For ladies only)||(For busy kids during school terms)||(For family bonding & learn new skill)||(For schools, companies & organisations)|
|Open Water SwimSafer||Competitive||LifeSaving||Platform Diving|