Swimming Lessons At
Yio Chu Kang
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
1 Month = 4 Lessons
1 Month = 4 Lessons
Venue & Facilities
Yio Chu Kang Swimming Complex has a comprehensive set of facilities to satisfy both competitive and recreational swimmers with its competition and wading pool. There is also a teaching pool for professionals to conduct swimming lessons within the swimming complex.
In addition to its impressive facilities, there are also a number of amenities within the vicinity that visitors can enjoy. For one, there is a Yio Chu Kang Squash & Tennis Centre right at the corner of where the swimming complex resides. In addition, there is also Yio Chu Kang Stadium within walking distance as well. This certainly allows interested visitors to explore different types of sports as well.
As for its accessibility, Yio Chu Kang Swimming Complex is only a 10 minutes’ walk from the Yio Chu Kang MRT, allowing visitors to reach other destinations easily via the North-South Line. Otherwise, visitors can also reach out to the bus services available within the area, including: 45, 70, 70M, 265.
For dining choices, visitors can always visit nearby food spots that are sure to satisfy anyone’s hunger after a refreshing swim. This includes the nearby Sakura Buffet, Subway, Yun Seafood Fish Head Steamboat and many more.
There is also an Ang Mo Kio 628 Market within walking distance for a greater selection of local delicacies as well. Families can certainly head to these places to eat and bond together after waiting for the little ones to end their swimming lessons too. Otherwise, visitors can also visit the ICB Shopping Centre for a great number of shopping and dining options too, which can be accessible via a short 9 minutes’ bus ride from the swimming complex area.