Swimming Lessons At

Queenstown Swimming Complex

Swimming Lessons At Queenstown are conducted at Queenstown Swimming Complex.

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

Lesson Fees

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.

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Venue & Facilities

Queenstown Swimming Complex has an array of swimming facilities including a competition pool, wading pool and even a diving pool. In addition, there is also a teaching pool so that swimming lessons can be conducted here as well.

With regards to its accessibility, interested visitors can be rest assured, given that Queenstown Swimming Complex is just an 8 minutes’ walk from Queenstown MRT, providing direct access to the East-West MRT Line. In addition, there are numerous bus services within the vicinity as well.

As for retail and dining options, there are numerous options for families to explore before or after their swimming lessons. For one, it takes only a short 5 minutes bus ride to reach Queensway Shopping Centre, and Rochester Mall is also within a 7 minutes’ drive as well. This means that visitors can always stock up on their daily essentials or spend some time bonding over scrumptious meals anywhere, anytime.

In addition, there are also other delectable food options including Holland Drive Market and Food Centre just a short bus ride away, and the Holland Village area is also very well known to house numerous artisanal cafes and restaurants. Some of the amazing food spots include Sunday Folks and many more.

FInally, other lifestyle options also include the Queenstown Public Library, where little ones can enjoy reading a few novels before attending their swimming lessons. Parents can also spend some time at the library catching up on their work or relax with an interesting read while waiting for their children to finish their swimming lessons.

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