Applicants can opt for a 24-month interest-free instalment plan at $375 per month with an upfront payment of just $6,000. RECEIVE $3,000* spending credits when you sign up for Ordinary Family Membership! Members who refer their friends to join the Club will receive $250* spending credit for every successful sign-up.
How much is a swimming club membership?
Re-joining fee: $50.00 + GST. International Membership: $120 plus GST per year invoiced annually. This is applicable to swimmers training and competing overseas but who wish to maintain a NZ club membership, enabling them to be part of our team and compete at national meets e.g. NAGs and OPENS.
How do I get into Singapore Swimming Club?
The nearest stations to Singapore Swimming Club are:
- Tg Rhu Rd – S’Pore Swim Club (90059) is 131 meters away, 3 min walk.
- Tg Rhu Rd – Dunman High Sch (90061) is 132 meters away, 3 min walk.
- Fort Rd – Opp Fort Gdns (91089) is 589 meters away, 9 min walk.
- Tg Rhu Rd – Tg Ria Condo (90031) is 627 meters away, 10 min walk.
How much does it cost to join the Chinese Swimming Club?
MONTHLY FEES (ORDINARY / ASSOCIATE / TERM / CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP)
|Junior Member(Between 12 to 21 years old)* * A one-time registration fee of $400 applies for each application.||$10 Member will be billed for 1 year fee of $120.|
How do you join the Chinese Swimming Club?
From Paya Lebar MRT Station, take bus service numbers 43, 76 or 135 towards Parkway Parade. Alight opposite Amber Gardens. Look out for Amber Hotel, an ORANGE building. A 4 minutes walk will lead you to Chinese Swimming Club (next to 38 Amber Road).
How many swimming pools are there in Singapore?
There are 24 public swimming complex in Singapore, and most of them are located in major districts! These are the places most populated where the swimming pools are built for their leisure swimming or training purposes.
How old is Chinese Swimming Club?
The seeds of the Chinese Swimming Club were first sown in 1905, when nine Peranakan swimming enthusiasts began meeting regularly to swim in the ocean off Marine Parade and named their group Tanjong Katong Swimming Party. In 1909, it changed its name to Chinese Swimming Club in response to a surge in membership.
How do I sell my club membership in Singapore?
You would need to get a power-of-attorney to give your representative in Singapore the authority to sell the membership on your behalf. Alternatively, the signing of the original transfer forms must be witnessed, signed and stamped by a Justice of Peace, Singapore High Commissioner or Notary Public.