SengKang Swimming Complex (Anchorvale)

SengKang Swimming Complex – Cheap Good and Fun (where to find?)

General Description

I think this must be one of the most well-kept secret for family fun in Singapore.   A Wild-Wild Wet similar kind of water fun yet public swimming pool price!

Not many people actually know this place because it is so new (renovation is still ongoing outside the complex) and because it is “hidden” in a town where not many people will expect to find such treasure there.  Unless you are living nearby or being told by friends, most likely many will not know this place.  Ok… now you know, since I told you.


Sengkang Swimming Complex is priced at normal public swimming pool admissions and like most normal swimming complex has its regular Olympic swimming lap pools (2 of them).   On top of that, it has many additions  that normal swimming complex do not have such as the winding tube slides, the rollercoaster slides and water playground for toddlers and preschoolers (even adults love the water massages provided here).

The main attraction is unarguably the colorful slides. There are a total of 8 slides. On the right hand side, there are 2 slides for younger child with height under 1.2m.  In the center, there are 4 slides similar to those in Big Splash and you require to have a minimum height of 1.2m to play.  On the left hand side, there are 2 longer and higher tube slides for the brave ones.  These tubes are dark and long and could be scary for younger kids.  It is very exciting even for adults and require to have minimum of 1.2m.   My kids love this slides so much that every time they come, they will play till their hearts’ content. The good news is that the queue is usually short and the waiting time is usually less than 1min during the weekdays.


They even have a big Jacuzzi pool where 10 adults or more can dip in the pool.  The Jacuzzi got 3 outlets per person: one for the lowerback and 2 for each calf of the leg. Now you can  enjoy a relaxing massage under the sun or moon.


Suggested Tour
Time spent: 2 hour or more

Day to visit: Avoid School Holidays and Public Holidays as these days tend to be packed with school children and visitors.  Even when this is a less known attraction.


Combined Your Trip with: 

4  SengKang Riverside Park 
4  Sengkang Recreation Club/Anchorvale Community Club
4  Flying Kites 
4  Roti Prata at Jalan Jayu

4  Punggol Park



Opening Hours
7am to 9pm – Tuesday to Sunday
Closed on Monday except Public Holidays.

Admission Fee


Child: SGD$0.80
Adult: SGD$1.50
Senior Citizen: SGD$0.80


Weekend and Public Holiday

Child: SGD$1.00
Adult: SGD$2.00
Senior Citizen: SGD$1.00


As the Swimming Pool is housed in the SengKang Sport Complex, there are many other sports facilities available such as the Gym.  Check with the counter.

There is also the Anchorvale Community Centre with regular community activities.

A 24-hours Drive-through McDonald, a restaurant and a Seven-Eleven is also available to cure your hunger after the swim.

57 Anchorvale Road
Singapore 544964

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Getting There
From the at Sengkang MRT(NE16) station take the LRT Route West to Farmway station.
By Bus
Bus Services: take bus number 323  372 from SengKang Bus Terminal and alight at the 3rd bus stop in front of Blk 317B or on 4th stop in front of Blk 313.

By Car
There are limited parking lots beside the Swimming pool and it is always full.   If you parked at the parking lots around the Swimming Complex remember to have a valid coupon as they are frequently checked.
I would suggest you to park at the nearest HDB flat carpark such as this one at Blk 313 if the carpark around the swimming pool is full.



In the premises including bathroom. 
Lockers available (Coin operated- $1 [2 x 50cents coins])

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