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Jurong West Swimming Complex

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Another visit to the swimming pool! This time we visited “a hidden gem in the west.” With only $2 for adult and $1 for child (weekend price), you can enjoy all these facilities:

  • 1 Sheltered Competition Pool
  • 1 Teaching Pool
  • 1 Lazy River
  • 1 Jacuzzi
  • 1 Kiddy Pool
  • 1 Slide

Surprisingly, this place was not too crowded on Saturday when we arrived. We swam from 11 am to 5 pm. We finally left the pool at 5.30 pm. There were times that we even owned the big slide and the lazy river all by ourselves. It was started to get crowded at around 4 pm, when many children started their swimming lessons.

This was absolutely the best lazy river that we ever experienced. The water flow was very strong that we were easily drifting in here. It was super fun! The big slide although very high, but it wasn’t scary at all. We tried this 4 times…..would like to try more but it was very exhausted to climb to the top.

Lil boy was accompanied by his two friends (it was a play date), but they came home after 2 hours of swimming. So I think we were the longest persons who stayed there on that day. His two friends kept calling his name to get out of the water because they said it was too cold already…..while lil boy just continued swimming, hahaha……..This lil boy is really is a water-lover.

There was a huge parking area in the first floor. It was easy to find a parking space (rarely happen in here). There was an elevator to take us to the second floor to the Aquatic Center. Finding food was rather hard in here, so we asked my sister to buy chicken rice before she came and joined us.

We certainly had loads of fun in here. Lazy river was in no doubt our favorite pool. Lil boy kept coming back to this pool again and again. What about the kiddy pool? Meh……..!!! He didn’t like it at all. Only tried the slides in kiddy pool once and never came back again. Who can blame him? Once he experienced the tall slide, the children slides were definitely toddlers play for him!

To really have fun in the lazy river, rent a float for $2 only. The deposit is $3 and we forgot to take it back, haisssh…….

Lazy river, tall slide, and kiddy pool

Lazy river, tall slide, and kiddy pool

Competition Pool

Competition Pool (water depth 1.8 m)

Teaching Pool

Teaching Pool (water depth 0.9 m)

Nice view from where we sit

Nice view from where we sit

Sitting Area

Sitting Area

In lazy river with his two friends

In lazy river with his two friends

Floating in Lazy River, with my sister when she finally joined in the fun

Floating in Lazy River, with my sister when she finally joined in the fun

The (not so fun anymore) kids pool

The (not so fun anymore) kids pool

Sliding down with Jane

Sliding down with Jane

All the three children liked the jacuzzi

All the three children liked the Jacuzzi (the water depth is 1 m)

There's no minimum height for this big slide. As long as you have the guts....just go ahead! We landed in a small tub which was very shallow (not a poll), so it's safe for young children

There’s no minimum height for this big slide. As long as you have the guts….just go ahead! We landed in a small tub which was very shallow (not a poll), so it’s safe for young children

Fun in the pool. It was in the middle of the day but the sun was hiding itself behind the cloud, so it was comfortable for water play

Fun in the pool. It was in the middle of the day but the sun was hiding itself behind the cloud, so it was comfortable for water play

After six hours, we finally gave up and ended up in here:

Jurong Point for dinner!

Jurong Point for dinner!

I forget to mention this, but to go to Jurong West Swimming Complex, the nearest MRT is Pioneer. It’s within walking distance.

Author: cruiseoflife

Hi there. I'm from Indonesia but now live quite far away from my home country. I love cooking for my family. I learned how to cook for the first time from my mom and I believe that mom's cooking is always the best, and I do hope that my son will feel the same too even though he grows up so fast. I love Indonesian food as I grew up with it, and I promise to myself that my son, although he doesn't live in Indonesia right now, will always like and enjoy authentic Indonesian food. I make this blog so that my family will always remember our togetherness and happy time that we had, are having, and will have when we eat together and have good memories about a mother's love through her dishes. Hopefully these recipes will help other people to make healthy home cooked dishes for their families.

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