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120 Pasir Ris Central
Singapore
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Sports and Recreation » Swimming
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Operating Hours Mon: 8.00am – 9.30pm Tue: 8.00am – 9.30pm Wed: Closed Thu: 8.00am – 9.30pm Fri: 8.00am – 9.30pm Sat: 8.00am – 9.30pm Sun: 8.00am – 9.30pm

Entrance Fee

Children Weekdays: $0.50 Weekends: $0.70

Adults Weekdays: $1.00 Weekends: $1.30

Senior Citizens Weekdays: $0.50 Weekends: $0.60

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     28 Oct 2012 at 10:19 am
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    I know that in the East side, this swimming complex in Pasir Ris has slides and thus cost more, but when I finally made the trip, it was very disappointing for an adult user.

    The entrance fee for a child is $0.80 for weekday and $1.00 for weekend compared to $0.50 and $0.70 for Tampines swimming complex; for an adult is $1.50 for weekday and $2.00 for weekend compared to $1.00 and $1.30 for Tampines swimming complex. The slides might be longer (and higher up in the air) when compared to Tampines swimming complex, but that’s mainly for kids’ usage and yet they are charging the adults so much extra even for weekdays!! (How many of the weekday adult users are there with kids to reap the benefits of the slides??)

    The pools in this swimming looked smaller than the ones in Tampines! Although both swimming complex have 4 pools (according to what I see from the websites), Pasir Ris did not have the Teaching pool but instead have the Toddlers pool, which means that for adults, there’s less space for swimming!! (The Competition pool has deep stretches, while the Teaching pool is standard depth throughout, but both pools can be used for adult swimming.) Even the competition pool looks shorter length to me……

    The few good point for this swimming complex is that they have shelter over 2 lanes in the competition pool, which means that for someone who wants to get away from the sun and yet still swim in the mid-day, this place is a perfect choice within the public swimming complexes.

    Another good point (to some) (which I consider as bad point) is that they have a separate Jacuzzi pool, which is along the side of the swimming complex, so the trees from outside of the complex lies alongside the shelter over the Jacuzzi pool, giving it a resort-feel (but the leaves dropped into the Jacuzzi pool….!!) But otherwise, the Tampines swimming complex also have Jacuzzi pool (together with its Learner/Wading pool, in a corner).

    By the way, for the grannies and grandpas waiting for the grandchild to finish playing, they can go to outside the pool entrance and enjoy some minutes of payable-usage of the massage chairs.

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