Swimming Lessons At
Baby Swim Classes and Toddler Swim Classes are generally conducted in the teaching pool with a depth between o.9m to 1.0m. As the baby and toddler classes are parent accompanied, this is to allow parents to be able to stand comfortably when guiding their child in class.
Kids Swim Classes and Adult Swim Classes are generally conducted in both the teaching pool and the competition pool. This is to allow the learner to be able to pick up important survival skill such as treading water.
Swim aids are useful to have in the pool for lessons. However, swimming equipments such as flippers, snorkels and arm paddles are not allowed as they may pose danger to other pool users. Therefore, it is best to consult the life guards onsite or your respective swimming instructors regarding the use of permitted swim aids.
Types of Classes Available
Due to the pandemic situation, the COVID-19 multi-ministry taskforce has set regulatory restrictions on group ratios for group sports. For pricing related inquiry, please contact us via the Whatsapp icon located at the bottom right of the page to find out more.
Venue & Facilities
Jalan Besar swimming complex has a competition pool and a wading pool, along with a teaching pool that is perfect for those that are interested in taking up swimming lessons. In addition, there is also a seating capacity of up to 86 pax for parents that wish to watch over their little ones as they take their swimming lessons.
As for its location, Jalan Besar swimming complex is certainly known for its connectivity as a short walk of 9 minutes brings visitors back to the Jalan Besar MRT station, which connects directly to the downtown line. And right beside the swimming complex would be a great selection of food options including artisanal cafes and food spots famous for their scrumptious offerings. These places include: The Bravery Cafe, The Refinery, Antoinette, Lighthouse Bistro, Two Bakers and The Tiramisu Hero. A notable mention would be the bus services within the vicinity as well, which would include buses 13, 23, 61, 64, 65, 66, 67, 107, 107M, 130, 133, 139, 145, 147, 175, 857, 961, 961C, NR6.
A short 7 minutes’ walk also brings visitors to the Aperia Mall, which is home to numerous shops that offer a myriad of services. Otherwise, visitors can also take a 4 minutes’ walk to reach City Square Mall insteadl, which also boasts a great selection of retail and dining options for visitors to explore after their refreshing swim.
If visitors plan to walk back to the MRT station after having a meal together as a family, they can also look into the food options along the way as well. They include: Swee Choon Tim Sum, Sungei Road Laksa, Saravanaa Bhavan, Hillman and also the Berseh Food Centre. A short walk down the People’s Association also brings the visitors to the Hawk Centre Stand 126 too. At the corner near Berseh Food Centre is also a Sheng Siong Supermarket where visitors can stock up on daily essentials before heading home after their swimming lessons.