Choa chu kang swimming complex

Choa Chu Kang Swimming Complex


1 Choa Chu Kang St 53 (689236)

How to Get Here?

By Bus
Take Bus no.307, 590 (Alight at Blk 708 or Blk 754)
Alight at Choa Chu Kang (NS4/BP1), take bus 307.
By Car
Take KJE and exit onto Choa Chu Kang Dr.
Turn right to Choa Chu Kang North 5.
Turn right again to Choa Chu Kang St 53

Operating Hours

Tuesday to Sunday: 8.00am – 9.30pm
Monday: Closed

Facilities at Choa Chu Kang Swimming Complex

Competition Pool
Water Slide
Toddler Pool
River Rapid
Wave Pool
Whirl Pool
Interactive Pool

Swimming Lesson

Four Reasons to Learn Swimming

Live Longer, Feel Younger

Regular exercise helps everyone to be healthier for the long term. In a 17-year study, researchers discovered that those who exercised regularly outlived the less active by 43%. They also found out that it is never too late to turn back the clock.

Tests done on middle-aged women showed that they achieved the cardiovascular and metabolic abilities of women 16 years younger within 12 weeks of restarting regular exercises.

Build Supportive Friendships

Group exercise builds long-lasting friendships through a routine and common activity. Reconnect with old friends and meet new ones at the swimming pool to enjoy bonding time together.

Swimming with a partner or group provides support and accountability. You will be committed to your routine and eventually, create a habit. Having a partner or group of friends also motivate you to pick up the pace for a tougher workout.

Look Fantastic

Apart from reducing waistlines and improving posture, exercise can work wonders on the skin. It is said to clear acne and prevent wrinkles. Perspiring, for example, helps to unclog pores to lessen the severity of breakouts on the skin.

Swimming also promotes the production of collagen, which is necessary to maintain healthy skin.

Stress Relief

Your body produces endorphins (a feel-good brain chemical) and lesser hormones when you swim. It elevates the mood to give you a positive mindset for the day. Physical activities also have meditative effects, especially when you need to put aside your daily concerns to focus on your swimming techniques, and trains you to stay calm.

Studies found that active individuals experience fewer physical symptoms during periods of intense stress, when compared to less active individuals.


The information above is solely for the purpose of reference only and may not be the most current and updated. We will not be held liable for any inconvenience caused due to either closure or maintenance of the swimming complex as there might be recent updates not brought to our attention yet. Kindly assist us by keeping us informed of any new updates and/or invalid details.

Nearest MRT

Yew Tee MRT (NS5) 720m
Choa Chu Kang MRT (NS2/BP1) 820m

Weekly Maintenance

Choa Chu Kang Swimming Complex is closed for renovation from 1 April 2019 to 31 Mar 2020.

Entrance Fee

Ticket TypeWeekdaysWeekends
Senior CitizenS$0.50S$0.60