Toa Payoh Swimming Complex

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Toa Payoh Swimming Complex
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Toa Payoh Swimming Complex in August 2006
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City Singapore
Coordinates 1°19′50″N103°51′01″E / 1.330492°N 103.850236°E / 1.330492; 103.850236 Coordinates: 1°19′50″N103°51′01″E / 1.330492°N 103.850236°E / 1.330492; 103.850236
Opened24 September 1973;49 years ago (1973-09-24)

The Toa Payoh Swimming Complex is public swimming pool managed by Sport Singapore in Toa Payoh, Singapore. It is located at 301 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh.

Together with the Toa Payoh Sports Hall, the Swimming Complex is one of many public swimming complexes operated by the Sport Singapore. The swimming complex itself consists of five pools, of which three are meant for public use (a wading pool, a teaching pool and a training pool) while the other two in a separate section of the complex are used extensively for elite training by the national teams in the sports of water polo, synchronised swimming and diving. [1]

Toa Payoh Swimming Complex [2] is within walking distance from Toa Payoh MRT station.


Toa Payoh Swimming Complex has played host to the National Schools’ Swimming Championships for many years and, since March 2006, has been hosting the synchronised swimming event of the Asian Swimming Championships.

Most notably, the Toa Payoh Swimming Complex was the venue for the aquatics (diving) event for the inaugural Summer Youth Olympics Games that took place in Singapore in 2010.

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  1. "Toa Payoh Swimming Complex". ActiveSG. Retrieved 2022-09-25.
  2. Toa Payoh Swimming Complex by Singapore Sports Council