January - February 2013 - Chinese Swimming Club


January - February 2013 - Chinese Swimming Club



Chinese Swimming Club Bi-monthly Newsletter / January - February 2013

Office bearers


Dr Tan Eng Liang

Mr Wee Cho Yaw

Management Committee

President Mr Edwin Lee

Vice President (General) Mr Peter Liew

Vice President (Finance) Mr Vincent Kuek

Captain Mr Nicholas Lim

Vice Captain Mr John Chew

Standing Committees

Audit Chairman Mr Tan Lai Choon

Disciplinary Panel Chairman Mr Lee Chiwi

Finance Chairman Mr Vincent Kuek

Food & Beverage Chairman Mr Jonathan Kuah

House & Grounds Chairman Mr David Khoe

Human Resource Chairman Mr Victor Chia

Lifestyle Chairman Mr Goh Peng Koon

Membership Relations Chairman Mr Lee Chiwi

Redevelopment Chairman Mr Wu Chee Yiun

Regional Networking Chairman Mr Dick Lee

Sports & Games Chairman Mr Nicholas Lim

Tender Chairman Mr Ronald Lam


Exercise & Leisure Convenor Ms Sharon Heng

Recreation Room I/C Mr Chew Sung Kim

Dance Convenor Mr Ng Yew Chye

Swimming Convenor Mr Danny Lee

Badminton Convenor Mr Ronald Lam

Billiards & Snooker Convenor Mr Michael Hoon

Bowling Convenor Mr Joseph Low

Contract Bridge Convenor Dr Ng Keck Sim

Golf Convenor Mr Dick Lee

Squash Convenor Mr Ng Eik Pin

Table Tennis Convenor Mr Eric Fong

Taekwondo Convenor Mr Phoon Siew Boon

Tennis Convenor Mr David Khoe

Water Polo Convenor Mr Shawn Lim

Ladies Convenor Mrs Jenny Chew

Youth & Family Convenor Mr Richard Choo


Editorial Advisor Rosalind Tan

Editor Chia Foong Ghee

Writer Michelle Ng

Designers Hoit Lim & Chloe Tham

Translator Goh Beng Chin

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SWIMMING CLUB 21 & 34 Amber Road, Singapore


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MICA (P) No. 128/06/2012




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03. President’s Message

04. CSC Bulletin

30. Calendar

34. Who to Call


02. Feature : FINA Swimming World Cup 2012

08. Past Events

16. Upcoming Events


26. Past Events

28. Upcoming Events



18. Munch @ Man Zhu

20. Eat • Sing • Drink @ Three Bars

22. Past Events - Cheval Quancard Wine Dinner



FINA Swimming World Cup 2012

Held annually, the FINA Swimming World Cup is a series of two-day short-course meets held in 8 cities in 3

different regions of the world – Middle East, Europe and Asia.

The Club is proud to inform that the following swimmers represented the nation in the respective cities:


Cheryl Lim

Mylene Ong

Marina Chan

Mark Chan

Xenia Chan

Damian Chong

Christie Chue

Kevin Ong

Melanie Rae Wong


Dubai / Doha / Singapore

Stockholm / Moscow / Berlin / Singapore

Beijing / Tokyo / Singapore







Marina Chan with Coach, Huang Guohui Cheryl Lim and Coach

CSC’s breaststroke queen, Cheryl Lim, outdid herself during her stint in the Middle East that took place from 2

to 7 October. At the finals, she clocked in 4 personal best timings for 50m Breaststroke, 100m Breaststroke and

200m Breaststroke, of which she broke her 100m Breaststroke timing twice – in Dubai and Doha. Within a span

of 1.5months, Cheryl went on to break her 100m Breaststroke timing for the third time in the Singapore leg held

at the Singapore Sports School on 10 and 11 November.

Olympian, Mylene Ong, did well for the Europe leg which took place from 13 to 21 October 2012, coming in not

lower than the top 39% with positions ranging from 9th to 20th. She clocked in her personal best timing for 50m

Butterfly during the Singapore leg where she came in 5th during the finals.

The Asia leg which took place from 2 to 11 November saw Marina Chan attained 5 personal bests where she broke

her 50m Freestyle timings twice – once in Tokyo and then in Singapore. Marina also broke her personal bests in

the 100m Freestyle, 200m Freestyle, and 800m Freestyle where she came in 6th for the finals.

Swimmers Xenia Chan and Kevin Ong also went on to break their personal best timings for the 800m Freestyle

and 50m & 100m Freestyle respectively during the Singapore leg.

President’s Message


Dear Members

Happy New Year! 2012 was a significant year for the Club. The

final phase of the Club’s redevelopment project was completed

and the Recreation Complex has re-opened for members’ use

on 21 December 2012. I would like to take this opportunity

to thank all members for their patience and understanding

during the transition period of construction.

I am glad to announce that the Heritage Gallery located

at Level 3 of the Recreation Complex will be unveiled soon,

and I urge members to find time to visit this gallery which is

dedicated to all members who have contributed to making it

the premier club it is today.

The Club is committed to maintain a work-life balance for its

staff and I am proud to announce that CSC is the first local club

to receive the Singapore HEALTH Award (Platinum) and that

our General Manager/Secretary, Rosalind Tan, received the

Health Leader Award from the Singapore Health Promotion

Board. I also would like to commend all CSC employees who

received the awards at EXSA 2012 for their commitment and

dedication in delivering excellent service to our members.

Not to be outdone, the CSC swim team ended 2012 on a

high note with many personal best records broken at both

international and local meets. Read more about our swimmers’

achievements and feats in the ensuing pages of this newsletter.

The Sports & Lifestyle Department has lined up a list of

activities to usher in 2013. Come 16 February 2013, join us as we celebrate the Year of Snake at the highly

anticipated annual Spring Festival. Sports enthusiasts may wish to sign up as section members in the various

sports to enjoy networking, exclusive perks and benefits with like-minded members. Do check out these

exciting sports activities which have been planned for you.

Last but not least, on behalf of the Management Committee and administrative staff, I would like to wish all

members “Gong Xi Fa Cai”. May your families be blessed with good health and a great year ahead.

Shalom and God Bless,

Edwin Lee





The Club is proud to announce Long Hai, Chef De

Partie (F&B Department), as Employee of the Quarter.

Long Hai joined the Club since March 2006 and

is well-liked by his fellow colleagues. He is a team

player who would mentor new colleagues. A reliable

staff, Long Hai never fails to ensure proper delivery of

any task assigned.


The Recreation Complex (RC) is now open for

members’ use.

Like a budding flower, please be gentle when enjoying

its brand-new facilities as the Club continues to tend

to the necessary details as well as expected defects

and omissions during this initial period.

The new facilities at the RC include:-

Swimming pool & 3 outdoor Jacuzzis

• Changing rooms

• Indoor Jacuzzis & Steambaths

• Alfresco Dining @ Three Bars

• TV Room @ Level 3

• Lattice Suite @ Level 3 (Booking enquiries,

please contact Food & Beverage Department via

email f&b_admin@chineseswimmingclub.org.sg

or tel: 6885 0688 x 724)


We are pleased to announce that CSC is the

first local club to win the Platinum award at the

Singapore Health Award 2012. Presented by the

Health Promotion Board, the Singapore HEALTH

Award gives national recognition to organisations

with commendable Workplace Health Promotion


Price Revision At The Recreation


The table booking fee in the Recreation Room will be

revised to $5.35 per table per hour effective 1 January


Cover Charge Price Revision For The

Saturday Social Dance Night

The Cover Charge for the Saturday Social Dance

Night will be revised to $7.49 (Member) and $12.84

(Guest) effective 5 January 2013.


The Club will be closed on 9 and 10 February 2013

for Chinese New Year. Operations will resume on the

second day of the Chinese New Year, 11 February 2013.

All CSC staff would like to thank all members who

have contributed to the staff hong bao fund.

We wish all members great health and happiness in

the New Year!

Bulletin 5

Withdrawal Policy Of Club Activities

Members who wish to withdraw from any registered

activity are required to fill up a Withdrawal Form

(available from the Front Office or Sports Desk

and submit it to the Club). The Club would like to

highlight and remind members to comply and note

the following clauses for withdrawals:

• The Withdrawal Form received by the Club

on or before the 15th day of the month will be

processed within the month. Charges for the

activity will cease in the following month.

• Notice received by the Club after the 15th day

of the month will be processed in the following

month. Charges for the activity will be debited

accordingly in the following month and cease



The new operation hours of the TV Room (located on

level 3 of the Recreation Complex) shall be:-

Monday to Thursday - 7.00am to 12.00mn

Sunday and PH

Friday, Saturday & Eve of PH - 7.00am to 1.00am


The Club’s Constitution is available to members at the

Front Office upon request. The updated Constitution

will include the various amendments effective since

1 October 2012. For the environmentally conscious,

the Club Constitution is also available on the Club’s


• Absence from lessons does not indicate

withdrawal from the programme.

100% Membership Checks

To protect the exclusivity of membership and to

ensure the security within the Club premises, the

Club conducts suprise 100% membership checks

every week. Members are reminded that their

membership cards are strictly non-transferable and

all accompanying guests must be signed-in at the

various entry points. We seek the cooperation of all

members and their guests to show their membership

cards for checking when approached by the Club’s

security personnel and / or staff.



The following additional bye-laws are in force with

immediate effect:-

• Mothers or female caregivers of young girls may

enter the Girls’ changing room to assist them.

• No males are allowed in the Girl’s changing





Congratulations to the 17 CSC staff who were awarded the Excellent Service Award (EXSA). Aimed at developing

service models for staff to emulate, create service champions and professionalise services, the EXSA is a national

award that recognises individuals who have consistently demonstrated outstanding service.










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1. Samantha Eng (Outstanding Star) MR

2. Aileen An MR


3. Andy Lam F & B

4. Lee Oi Hua Finance

5. Agnes Ong Finance

6. Bernardo Ching MR

7. Jeremy Cheng MR

8. Jacqueline Ong MR

9. Shaik Humarhamdani S & L


10. Kenny Chong F & B

11. Terry Ng F & B

12. Goh Jin Sen F & B

13. Winnie Leow F & B

14. Jennifer Teh F & B

15. Jeslyne Ler Finance

16. Ken Siah Property

17. Lam Jick Sern S & L



Make your celebrations more memorable as you dine and wine over fine food with impeccable service

in a brand new classy intimate setting.


International Lunch From $38pp From $43pp

High Tea From $30pp From $35pp

International Dinner From $45pp From $50pp

Rates are based on a minimum order of 40 pax per event with minimum spending required for varying packages.

* Other terms and conditions apply.

For booking or enquiries, please contact F&B Admin Assistant at

Tel: 6885 0688 (Ext. 724) or email f&b_admin@chineseswimmingclub.org.sg


Sports Past Events

SWIMMING By Lyuina Lee

28th Junior Inter-Club Age Group Swimming Championships 2012

The 28th Junior Inter-Club Age Group Swimming Championships 2012 was held at the Toa Payoh Swimming

Complex on 11 November. Ten relay events were uncontested due to bad weather. As a result, the championship

had to be awarded to the winning team with the highest score at 859 points.

Congratulations to team CSC who emerged as champion for the 5th consecutive year with a 91-point lead!

The following are the top three points tally:

Place Team Points

1 Chinese Swimming Club 859

2 Swimfast Aquatic Club 768

3 ACE Swim Club 563

The Club would like to thank Mr Yong Boon Chung

for sponsoring the team with the specially designed

swimming caps.

9th Asian Swimming

Championships 2012

Held in Dubai, UAE, the 9th Asian Swimming

Championships (ASC) took place from the 12 to

the 20 of November which saw Club swimmers

Mylene Ong and Marina Chan representing

the nation.

Mylene Ong advanced to the finals and came

in 6th for 100m Freestyle and 50m Butterfly

and 7th for 50m Freestyle.

The Club would like to applaud both swimmers

for their relentless efforts as the ASC was held

right after the FINA Swimming World Cup


From Left : Marina Chan & Mylene Ong

Sports Past Events


14th RBSC Invitational Swimming Meet 2012

The team of 33 swimmers took part in the 14th RBSC Invitational Swimming Meet 2012 held on 1 and 2 December

at the Royal Bangkok Sports Club in Bangkok, Thailand. Cheers of support from friends and families roared

while the swimmers gave their all during the competition.

The host club retained the championship title and CSC came in 1st Runner-Up. Kudos to all CSC swimmers for

breaking 22 astounding meet records and earning a total of 908 points.

The following swimmers came in top 3 for their individual scores attained:

Name Award Points

Teo Jin Yin Yvette Overall Champion - Girls 7 Years Old 61

Lee Bing Zhe Edgar 1 st Runner Up – Boys 7 Years Old 35

Tan Song Ci Charla Overall Champion – Girls 8 Years Old 55

Lien Tian Yi Charity 1 st Runner Up – Girls 9 Years Old 50

Khoo Wei Xi Chelsea 2 nd Runner Up – Girls 9 Years Old 37

Ang Li Mitchell 1 st Runner Up – Boys 9 Years Old 49

Quek Jin Yi Joseph 2 nd Runner Up – Boys 10 Years Old 37

Chue Mun Ee Christie May Overall Champion – Girls 11 to 12 Years Old 63

Koh Liang Jun 2 nd Runner Up – Boys 11 to 12 Years Old 33

CSC Swimmers at the RBSC Invitational Swimming Meet

Incentive Trip to Universal Studios Singapore

In appreciation of the efforts of CSC swimmers at the 18th SSC Open Invitational Midget Meet 2012, they were

rewarded with a day of unbridled fun at Universal Studios Singapore on 16 November.


Sports Past Events

BADMINTON By Lam Jick Sern

CSC Badminton Open & Masters Championships 2012

24 players ages from 16 to 58 years old paired up to participate in the Men’s Doubles Open on 9 November. It

was a grueling schedule as the players had to play two to four ties in one day. Our endurance champions went

to Ricky Foo and Steven Teh, winning last year’s champions Joseph Sng and Tan Koon Meng. The plate winner

went to brothers Ngiam Jing Hao and Ngiam Bin.

L-R Tan Koon Meng, Joseph Sng, Neo Eng Kiat, Albert Chua, Steven Teh, Ronald Lam, Ricky Foo, Ngiam Bin, Jared Tang,

Ngiam Jing Hao, Yap Chun Wei & George Ong


Friendly Match with Royal Lake Club

Our Club hosted 20 Badminton and Tennis players from the prestigious Royal Lake Club on Sunday, 25 November.

It was a great opportunity to network with the 112-year old premier Club in Kuala Lumpur.

CSC tasted the sweet victory at the final score of the Badminton matches at 10-4 while the Tennis matches

ending in a thrilling 5-5 draw.

Players from both clubs after dinner

Club Captain exchanging mementos

with Dr Yap Chung Mui, Royal Lake

Club Racket Game Chairman


Billiards & Snooker Section Annual Dinner cum Prize Presentation

An intimate gathering for the Section members and their families was held at the Activity Suites on 5 December.

Winners of the CSC in-house Tournament were honored and Aloysius Yapp was the champion for both the CSC

In-house 8-Ball and 9-Ball tournament. Ivan Chua clinched the Snooker Open while Foo Seah Nam took the 8

Ball Veteran title.

We would like to thank Mr Tay Tiang Guan, Mr Patrick Ho, Mr Peter Wee and Mr George Koh for their kind

contributions to the success of this event.

Sports Past Events


GOLF By Lam Jick Sern

Inter-Social Clubs Golf Tournament 2012


Singapore Recreation Club (SRC) hosted the Finale at

Orchid Country Club on 19 October. 114 avid golfers from

seven prestigious Clubs participated in this event and

among them were 20 participants from CSC.

CSC Club came in a close third at the last leg, losing second

place by count-back and eventually finished overall fourth

- an improvement compared to the previous year. The

obvious champion was none other than SRC, who won

three out of four legs.

Renewing Friendships on the Green

Three cheers to ISCGT!

Top CSC Golfers (L-R) Goh Tong Jeng, Golf Convenor - Dick

Lee and Edward How

Golf November Medal

The last golf medal of 2012 was held at the beautiful Batam Hill Golf Resort on 6 November with 30 golfers taking

part. It was indeed a day to remember for 76 years old Tan Thean Puat, as he sank a hole-in-one at hole number

4, a 115 metre Par 3.

Congratulations to the following golfers who qualified

for the Patrons’ Cup.

Position Open Division Stableford Points

1 Mustaffa Lim 40

2 Victor Chia 39

Senior Division

1 Arthur Lim 39

2 William Wee 38

Ladies Division

1 Linda Wee 36

L-R Golf Sub-Committe member Fred Tan, Linda Wee,

Mustaffa Lim, Victor Chia, Arthur Lim & William Wee

Tan Thean Puat with his hole-in-one shot

L-R Andrew Khoo, Michael Pang, Kuah Teck Beng, Fred Tan,

Bobby Tng, Arthur Lim, Victor Chia & Steven Chia


Sports Past Events


CSC Invitational Contract Bridge Pair

Game 2012

Singapore Recreational Club, Tanglin Club and Keppel

Club were invited to the yearly CSC Invitational

Contract Bridge Pair Game and Keppel Club was

finally crowned the Champion.

Dr Ng Keck Sim graced the event with an opening

speech at dinner time and Club Captain, Mr Nicholas

Lim, was invited to present the prizes to the winners.

Players from all Club

CSC Contract Bridge Annual Individual Championships 2012

24 individuals gathered at the Multi-Purpose Room for the CSC Contract Bridge Annual Individual Championships

2012 on 11 November to showcase their fine playing techniques. The Championships concluded with a sumptuous

buffet dinner for all the players.

Champion Winner - Yap Tek Kiat / 1st Runner-up - Chia Chee Liong / 2nd Runner-up - Yung Tee Fa

TENNIS By Leroy Yap

CSC Tennis Singles Masters & Age Group Championships 2012

The Masters and Age Group events were held together on 10 and 11 November at the Tennis Court. The ‘Boys

Under 12’ was played in a round robin system and they gained valuable match experience. The game intensified

during the semi-finals and we congratulate the following winners for their victories.

Category Winner Runners-up

Boys Under 12 Joash Lee Aidan Khoe

Men’s Masters Tay Choon Kiat Tan Chian Huat

Sports Past Events



9th Asian Swimming Championships

The water-polo games of the 9th Asian Swimming Championship was held between 19 to 25 November. Club

player Lim Yaoxiang captained the national team to reach the last eight as runners-up in Group A, after wins

over Sri Lanka (24-4) and Uzbekistan (8-7), an 8-8 draw with Saudi Arabia and a 23-2 loss to the world’s Number

6, China. Though the team lost 18-5 to Japan during the bronze medal play-off, the result topped Singapore’s best

for major international meets since the 1986 Asian Games in Seoul.

7th Nanning Master Water-polo Championship

In October, our 15 Men water-polo team embarked on a journey

to Nanning, China for the 7th Nanning Master Water-polo

championship. Although, our men lost their first match to

defending champion, Shunde at 7-5, they managed to finish 3rd

Runner-up after winning several crucial games against Ba Yi,

Hong Kong, and Wu Nan. Well done and congratulations to the


SSA Inter-Club Junior Water Polo

Competition 2012

Our young flippa-ball team took part at the SSA Inter-

Club Junior Water Polo Competition (Flippa-Ball) on

8 December. With most of the members making their

maiden appearance, the undeterred young CSC team

successfully clinched the 1st runner-up placing from

the hands of the other 5 teams. Kudos to the coach and

trainees for their hard work.

CSC water polo team

CSC players in action (blue cap)


CSC Annual Table Tennis Championships 2012

Making a debut at the Activity Suites between 6 and 15 November, the event saw a group of determined and

feisty players fighting for the top spot in the 3 Singles and 1 Double Category. We are pleased to have CSC’s very

own Table Tennis Sub-committee Patron-Advisor, Mr Ken Chan, to present the prizes to the respective winners.

Category Champion 1 st Runner-up Joint 3 rd Joint 3 rd

Open Singles Cheong Soon Kok Tan Lucas Yap Kian Hann Tan Ann Jee

Veteran Singles David Tan Soon Lock Yap Soo Toh

Youth Singles

Tan Lucas

Double Opens Cheong Soon Kok / Tan Ann Jee


Sports Past Events


Taekwondo 146th Supplementary Grading

The young CSC trainees once again upheld the Club’s standard of excellence with a 100% passing rate at the

146th Supplementary Grading held on 3 November.

Kudos to all trainees for achieving their new belts:

Chua Kang Ji Ben – 1st Poom

Wong Cheng Kai, Bryan – Brown-tip Belt

Tan Ee Than - Blue Belt

Tan Keng Loong, Ryan – Blue-tip Belt

Gay Ming Jie Randal – Green Belt

Lo Jing Han – Green Belt

Chan Clarence – Green Belt

Chan Caleb – Green Belt

Lee Cheang Hao, Timothy – Green Belt

Lim Teck Howe Robert – Green Belt

Ng Hung Wei – Green Belt

Shannen Li-Ann White - Green Belt

Ethan Marc Lai Jinn – Green-tip Belt

Lee Cheang Yang James - Green-tip Belt

Leow Caleb Lucas - Green-tip Belt

Ng Ka Wei - Green-tip Belt

Chen Si Yang – Yellow Belt

Lewin Basil Slader Marsh – Yellow Belt

Dian Lyle Slader Marsh – Yellow Belt

Teo Jun Kai Ethan – Yellow Belt

Evan Justin Suki – Yellow-tip Belt

Evan Weiwen Yuvan Sandanam – Yellow-tip Belt

Liew Jia-Jian Alistair – Yellow-tip Belt

CSC Taekwondo Year-End Gathering cum Flippa-Ball 2012

Taekwondo trainees had a jolly great time of bonding as they had a Flippa-ball crash course on 2 December.

Unlike Taekwondo which advocates a total development of oneself, the winning formula for Flippa-ball centres

solely on team collaboration. The young trainees benefitted from the values and importance of team work, trust

and group rapport.

Taekwondo Trainees enjoying the Flippa-ball game.

Trainees enjoying a splashy good time.

BOWLING By Xu Zhenni

October Bowling Medal

Results for the October Bowling Medal held on 21 October are as follows:




October 2012

October 2012


Name Score Name Score

1 Jan Ng 1103 1 Joseph Yong 1239

2 Rose Ng 1086 2 Melvin Ho 1129

3 Joan Tan 1073 3 Bryan Lee 1110

High Game Cheritta Low 202 High Game Robin Teo 201



• *Free weekly training sessions (Shuttlecocks/Balls/Cards provided)

• Enjoy Discounted Rates for section events

• Free Gathering with games & prizes

• Represent the Club in Inter-Club Leagues, Bilateral Games, Friendly Matches, etc.

• Receive regular activity updates

• Have Fun In Our Overseas Trip with fellow members and play against

prestigious Clubs with a meal provided

• Widen Your Social Network, meet people of the same passion and exchange

knowledge, skills and information

Register and be a part of CSC’s Sports Section. Utilise our awesome facilities with great values up for grabs.

Refer to page 36 and contact our friendly Sports executives for more information today!

*with nominal monthly section fee.


Sports Upcoming Events

Chinese Swimming Club

Li-Ning Badminton Academy

Eligibility : Golf Section Members Only

Fee : Section Member $128.40 / SCC members $42.80

(Includes green & buggy fee, CNY goodie bag and dinner at

Sembawang Country Club.

Closing Date: Mon, 4 Feb 13

Be one of the Golf Section members, enjoy your favourite

game at the surreal golf courses in the region every month

and stand to win great prizes.

SUN, TUE, WED, FRI 3.00PM – 5.00PM


Eligibility : CSC Members and Guest

Enrollment Fee : $85.60 (Members) / $128.40 (Guest)

(Complimentary Welcome Pack worth over $200)

Training Fee :

CSC Tennis Singles

Championship 2013

Once/week Twice / week Thrice/week

Member $107.00 $128.40

Guest $171.20 $203.30

$149.80 (only


$246.10 (only


Billiards & Snooker Section

Lo Hei Gathering

16 or 23 FEB 13 From 12.08PM


Eligibility : Billiards & Snooker Section Members only

Fee : FOC

Join us as a section member and enjoy your favourite

cuesports every Friday evening, get your personal cue

locker and participate in the year-long activities for free.

11th CSC-SSC Bilateral Game

cum Ang Bao Medal

19 & 20 JAN 13 9.00AM onwards


Entry Fee : $7.49* (Section Member)

$10.70* (Non-Section Member)

Category: Men’s Open, Ladies Open

(Min. 6 entries for each category commencement)

*Price includes 7% GST

Closing Date : 7 Jan 13 before 3.00pm

Draw Date : 9 Jan 13, 5.00pm at Tennis Court

CSC Tennis Doubles

Championships 2013

19 & 20 JAN 13 9.00AM onwards


Fee : $15 per pair (including 7% GST) (Section Member)

$21.40 per pair (including 7% GST) (Non Section Member)

Category : Parent and Child Partnership (Child must be

under 12 years)

Eligibility : CSC Members

Closing Date : 7 Jan 13 (3.00pm)

Draw Date : 9 Jan 13 / 5.00pm at Tennis Court

*Note: Format to be decided upon registration closing.

Double up for twice the challenge at the biggest tennis

doubles event of the year!

THU, 14 FEB 13 From 12.00PM


Registration forms are available at www.chineseswimmingclub.org.

sg or Sports Desk at Sports Complex Level 2. For further enquiries,

please refer to page 36 and get in touch with our friendly Sports

Executives today.


Munch @ Man Zhu

monday - thursday


6.00pm – 9.30pm

$9 .00 $9 .00



*Add $5.00 for a glass of Chilean Glass Pour Wine

(Cabernet Sauvignon / Sauvignon Blanc)

*Add $1.50 for a of glass Iced Lemon Tea


Stewed pork knuckle


*Add $5.00 for a glass of Californian Glass Pour Wine

(Zinfandel / White Zinfandel)

*Add $1.50 for a glass of Iced Lemon Tea


11 Feb 2013 (Dinner) till 24 Feb 2013



**Additional $2.00 charge for all take-aways**

**Not available from 2.30pm to 6.00pm daily and on Sundays’

Brunch Buffet**

Ikan Parang


$26 .80


$31 .80


$36 .80


$41 .80


Extra fish: $10.00 Ikan Parang / $12.00 Salmon

Munch @ Man Zhu 19


6.00pm – 9.30pm

*Minimum 2 persons

to enjoy steamboat


$14 .00


$19 .80


$17 .80


$24 .80




*Add $5.00 for a glass of Chilean Glass Pour Wine

(Cabernet Sauvignon / Sauvignon Blanc)

*Add $1.50 for a glass Iced Lemon Tea



*Add $5.00 for a glass Californian Glass Pour Wine

(Zinfandel / White Zinfandel)

*Add $1.50 for a glass of Iced Lemon Tea

* Buffets include free-flow Asian Drinks



Daily 2.30pm to 6.00pm

Price: $4.50 per set (Cakes + Coffee/Tea)

Not applicable for Brownies


Please be informed that Manzhu Café will be closed on the 9 and 10 February 2013, eve and 1st day of the

Chinese New Year.

Lunch daily from 11.30am to 2.30pm

• Extended Seatings at the Alfresco

• Revamped Menu Listing

NEW Delectable Local Favourites

(only available on Wednesday to Sunday from 11.30am to 2.30pm & 6.00pm to 9.00pm)

Fish Ball Soup

Ter Kah Lor

Bak Chor Mee

For registration or enquiries, please contact F&B Admin Assistant at tel : 6885 0688 (Ext.724)

or email f&b_admin@chineseswimmingclub.org.sg

For registration or enquiries, please contact F&B Admin Assistant at tel : 6885 0688 (Ext.724)

or email f&b_admin@chineseswimmingclub.org.sg


F&B Past Events

Coffee Cake With


Canadian Chilled Oyster

with Shiso Cress

Oven-slow Braised

Angus Beef Cheek

Cheval Quancard Wine Dinner

It was a night of merry making as enamoured tasters came prepared to indulge in yet another much anticipated

wine dinner at Man Zhu Café. The finalé of the wine pairing series was none other than Cheval Quancard, one

of the oldest wine-maker in France that was set up in 1844.

Stephane Erieau, Export Manager at Cheval Quancard was present to share with the wine enthusiasts about

the Bordeaux’s wines.

Members and guests had an intimate evening as they sat down to a special menu tailored for the dinner.

À votre santé to all the avid supporters for our wine pairing dinners in 2012. Here’s look forward to another

great wine-filled year in 2013!

F&B Past Events



It was a night of pumpkins and ghouls, when the bar transformed itself into a
spooky spider’s lair in true

Halloween tradition. The she-devils turned the heat up several notches and set the mood for the evening with

their treats or tricks chilling fun. Everyone had a horrendously good time for sure.

3 Bars 2nd Anniversary By Janice Lim

Members and their guests who qualified for invitation partied away in a Bollywood-themed 3 Bars celebration

of its 2nd anniversary. Besides indulging in a sumptuous, specially-prepared buffet, party-goers were invited

to participate in a round of games as well as a beer-drinking contest, where the winner walked away with

bottles of wines plus an array of exclusive premiums. Providing eye candy were the saree-clad models, not

forgetting our entertaining Mistress of Ceremony, who led the auction of several lots of wines and liquor, with

the proceeds going towards a selected beneficiary.


F&B Past Events


The world’s priciest and most sought-after coffee titillated the palates and curiosity of many members and

guests in the final coffee pairing of the year on 20 November. The luwak coffee (also known as civet coffee) was

much to the participants’ surprise, non-acidic and nothing but a perfect smooth brew. The tasting session

provided the much needed ‘oomph’ while the participants enjoyed the specially crafted menu du jour. Apart

from the dine-in experience, many participants had the opportunity to purchase some of the premium coffee

beans to share with their friends and loved ones this festive season.

We would like to extend our special thanks to Bon Café for the kind sponsorships and insights shared during

the short session.

Lifestyle Upcoming Events


Fix YOUr Body, Ease The Pain

SAT, 2 FEB 13 9.00am – 10.00am

Activity Suite 1, SC (Level3)

Endure no more and alleviate your pain with the FYB solution.

Highlights include:

• Posture correction

• Uncover and strengthen weak muscles

• How to achieve the healthy weight through dynamic movements


• Attain fairer balance in muscle utilisation

• Indentify and solve the root of the problems to your aches and


• Feel and stand tall with an improved posture

• Gain greater mobility and stability in your daily movements

• Achieve a leaner and fitter body

Instructor : Ms Rachel Ong

Fee : $154.08 (Member) / $218.28* (Guest)

A minimum of 10 participants is required for the class to commence.

For registration or enquiries, please contact Daphne Phoa at tel: 6885 0653 or

email Daphne_Phoa@chineseswimmingclub.org.sg


New Time Slot by Ann Ho

WED, 6 FEB 13

Time Slot 1 by Rachel Ong

SAT, 2 FEB 13

7.15Pm – 8.15Pm

10.30AM – 11.30AM

Time Slot 2 by Rachel Ong

MON, 4 FEB 13

7.30PM - 8.30PM

Activity Suite 1, SC (Level 3)

Pilates exercises help build strength without excess bulk. It elongates and strengthens your muscles, improving

flexibility and joint mobility. In short, Pilates shapes you up and refreshes your mind. Pilates will also aid in injury

recovery, sports performance, improving posture (stop slouching at your computer!) as well as general health

and wellness. With improved posture and a toned body, we hope your friends and families are prepared to

welcome the shapelier, livelier, healthier and a more confident YOU.

Fee : $58.85 (Member) $80.25 (Guest)

Instructor : Ann Ho - New Time Slot / Rachel Ong - Time Slot 1 & 2

For registration or enquiries, please contact Daphne Phoa at tel: 6885 0653

or email Daphne_Phoa@chineseswimmingclub.org.sg


Lifestyle Part Events


The young kawaii bento fans could not wait to start the workshop held on 8 December.

An array of ingredients such as cheese, ham, sausage, lettuce, quail eggs, crabstick, ebi and omelette were

made available for the kids’ selection.

Guided by ‘Executive Chefs’ Uncle Alvin and Auntie Lucy, each youngster had a fun-filled time assembling the

ingredients to create the sushi character of their choice.

Lifestyle Past Events



Aloha! 65 dance fanatics shared a memorable time as they dined and made merry on 10 November. Dressed

to the theme for the night, the passionate dancers took to the floor and grooved to the music, from Ballroom,

Latin to Line dance.


With Christmas round the corner, what better way to celebrate the festive season than to share a log cake made

with love Aspiring chefs had an inspiring time learning the ropes on 2 December as they tried to achieve that

cotton soft chiffon which was eventually rolled and decorated into a beautiful and delicious log cake!


Lifestyle Upcoming Events

health talk on

chiropractic care

SUN, 20 JAN 13 2.00PM – 3.30PM

Multi-purpose Room, SC (Level 3)

Living with a crooked spine and bad postures can lead to

physical ailments and pain. Join Dr Joshua Jay Knowles

from Chiropractic Life Centre and find out all about the

importance of ergonomics and posture.

Fee : $3.21 (Member) / $10.70* (Guest)

A minimum of 15 persons is required for the talk to


Kueh lapis workshop

SUN, 13 JAN 13 2.00PM – 5.00PM

Multi-purpose Room, SC (Level 3)

Learn the ropes of achieving a fragrant yet moist layered

cake for the coming festive season. Sign up early!

Fee : $42.80 (Member) / $53.50* (Guest)

A minimum of 12 persons is required for the workshop to


PRE-cny shopping @ Johore

SAT, 26 JAN 13 7.00AM

Prepare your Chinese New Year goodies listing and shop

to your hearts’ content. Sign up early as limited seats are


Assemble : AP lobby at 7.00am sharp

Tour Fare

$56.71 per adult member

$54.57 per child / junior dependent (age 2-11years)

$62.06 per adult guest

$59.92 per child guest (age 2-11years)

Minimum : 30 participants

Maximum : 40 participants

Registration deadline : 14 Jan 13

Please obtain a separate registration form with the itinerary

from the Sports Desk or Front Office.

MBSR (Mindfulness-Based

Stress Reduction) Gentle

Yoga (2 Time Slots)

Time Slot 1

SAT, 2 FEB 13

7.30am – 8.45am

Time Slot 2

SAT, 2 FEB 13

11.00AM – 12.15AM

Activity Suite 2, SC (Level 3)

A gentle sequence of mindful Hatha Yoga postures which

adopts the Tantric breathing methods for the building of

strength, balance and flexibility in both Body & Mind.

MBSR is an approach to Self-Care that can assist in

managing Stress, Pain & Illness. Great benefits include:

• Reduction of anxiety, stress levels and physical

ailments more efficiently in both short & long term


• Increased skills in relaxation

• Lasting reduction in physical and psychological


• Enhanced ability in managing chronic pain

• Growth in self-esteem and empowerment

Instructor : Ms Jess Chong

Fee : $128.40 (Member) / $192.60* (Guest)

A minimum of 10 participants is required for each class to


BBB (Body Band Balance)

WED, 2 JAN 13 9.00AM – 10.00AM

Studio, SC (Level 2)

Instructor : Mr Ong Beng Hwee

Fee : $128.40 (Member) / $192.60* (Guest)

A minimum of 10 participants is required for the class to


Lifestyle Upcoming Events


Talk On My Legacy, Not


SAT, 26 JAN 13 10.00am – 11.00am

Activity Suite 1, SC (Level 3)

Join Mr Sean Ong, a partner of IPP Financial Advisers, in his

sharing on the common issues facing estate and legacy

planning in Singapore and the solutions to overcome


SPEAKER : Mr Sean Ong

Fee : $3.21 (Member) / $10.70* (Guest)

A minimum of 15 participants is required for the class to


Bollywood Dance (2 Time Slots)

Free Trial

SUN, 13 JAN 13

Actual Commencement

SUN, 20 JAN 13

10.00am – 11.00am

Free Trial

THU, 17 JAN 13

10.15am – 11.15am

Actual Commencement

THU, 24 JAN 13

Activity Suite 2, SC (Level 3)

Keep your body fit and toned while boosting your

self-confidence as you experience the ultimate fun in

Bollywood dancing.

Instructor : Master Anil

A minimum of 10 persons is required for the trial and actual

class to commence.

ChilDren’s Ballet Class

Enroll your child in this ballet class conducted by

Ms Cherrie C. Tan, a qualified teacher of the Royal

Academy of Dance (London, UK). Classes are designed

to develop a child’s natural creativity, musical awareness,

good posture and coordination of movement.

Beginners II

SAT, 2 FEB 13

10.00am - 10.45am

Course Fee : $162.64 (Member) / $205.44* (Guest)

Age : Classes are specially designed for 71/2 to 9 years old .

Grade I

SAT, 2 FEB 13

11.00am – 11.45am

Activity Suite 2, SC (Level 3)

Course Fee : $162.64 (Member) / $205.44* (Guest)

Age : 5-6 years old child with 1 year experience or

advancing towards Primary Certificate of the

Royal Academy of Dance (London, UK.)

All boys and girls are welcome to join us for a jolly good

time of dancing. Students will also be prepared for Royal

Academy of Dance Graded Ballet Examinations when they

are ready.

‘God of Fortune’ Fondant

Cupcakes Decorating


SAT, 26 JAN 13 11.00am – 1.00pm

Multi-Purpose Room, SC (Level 3)

HUAT AH! Usher in good luck and celebrate the Year of

the Snake as the little ones decor their cupcakes with

the ‘God of Fortune’ and other auspicious Chinese New

Year symbols during the fun hands-on Fondant Cupcake

Decorating Workshop.

Age : 4 – 12 years old (4 – 6 years old requires parent-child


Fee for 4 – 6 years old (with parent): $58.85 (Member) /

$69.55* (Guest)

Fee for 7 – 12 years old (W/o parent): $42.80 (Member) /

$58.85* (Guest)

Class Size : 8 – 16pax

Each child will receive a cake box with 2 cupcakes.

* Includes guest fee

• Class may be cancelled due to unforeseen


• All published rates includes 7% GST unless

otherwise stated

Beginners 1

SAT, 2 FEB 13

9.00am - 9.45am

Course Fee : $119.84 (Member) / $162.64* (Guest)

Age : 3-4 years old child without experience

• No refund will be entertained upon

confirmation of registration




04 Friday

Badminton Section New Year


13 Sunday 20 Sunday

17 Thursday

Bollywood Dance

*Time Slot 1*

(Free Trial 1)

Kueh Lapis Workshop

Bollywood Dance

*Time Slot 2*

(Free Trial 2)

Health Talk on

Chiropratic Care

Bollywood Dance

*Time Slot 1*

(First Session)

24 Thursday

Bollywood Dance

*Time Slot 2*

(First Session)

26 Saturday

Talk on My Legacy, Not Fallacy

‘God of Fortune’ Fondant

Cupcakes Decorating


Pre-CNY Shopping @ Johore




02 Saturday

01 Friday 06 Wednesday

Mindfulness-Based Stress

Reduction Gentle Yoga

Badminton Friendly Match with

Royal Bangkok Sports Club

Childrens’ Ballet Class

(First Session)

Fix Your Body, Ease The Pain

(First Session)

Pilates by Rachel Ong

*New Time Slot* (First Session)

Pilates by Ann Ho

(First Session) *New Time Slot*

13 Wednesday 14 Thursday

9 - 10 Sat - Sun


BBB (Body Band Balance)

CSC - SSC Golf Bilateral

Cum Ang Bao Medal

19 Tuesday

16 Saturday 20 Wednesday

Billiards & Snooker Section

Lo-Hei Gathering

Spring Festival Celebration

Lifestyle Get-Together

CSC Tennis Singles

Championship 2013

CSC Tennis Doubles

Championship 2013


Every Monday

Hatha Yoga For Health -


Yang Styled Taiji Quan

Chinese Calligraphy

Every Tuesday

Morning Rise Pilates



Every Wednesday

Chinese Brush Painting

Every Thursday

Morning Rise Pilates

H.A.B.T Programme for


Yang Styled Taiji Quan

Chinese Brush Painting

Every Friday

Hatha Yoga for Health -


Hatha Yoga for Health

(Mixed Intermediate)

Ballroom Dance

Every Saturday

Social Dance Night

Children’s Ballet Class

(Beginners I & II)

Advanced Ballroom

Every Sunday

Taiji Qigong

- Beginner

Advanced Ballroom


Regional Networking


Johor Bahru

Ponderosa Golf & Country Club



S$5.00 administrative

fee per pax payable

to CSC

S$10.00 administrative

fee per pax payable

to CSC


Buggy fee RM40.10 nett, inclusive of RM3.00

golfing insurance, will be charged by

Ponderosa. Insurance fee will be waived when

member produces his/her golfer insurance

card upon payment.

Member’s Guest Rates

Tue till Sun, 7.00am to 5.30pm

Weekday AM & PM - RM120.00

Weekend & Public Holiday - RM185.00

(Excluding Sun PM)

Sun PM - RM140.00

Cancellation of bookings must be 48 hours

in advance, failing which there will be a

S$10.00 charge on each golfer in addition to

the following charges by Ponderosa:



Changi Golf Club*

Sembawang Country Club*

* Open to CSC members on weekdays only

The green fees for CSC members in

Changi Golf Club is as follows:

18 Holes - S$40.00

9 Holes - S$30.00


Tiara Melaka Golf & Country Club,


Orna Resort Berhad, Malacca

Palm Resort Golf & Country Club, Johor


Indah Puri Golf Resort, Batam


Gassan Group Golf Clubs, Chiang Mai


Song Be Golf Resort, Ho Chi Minh City


Royal Angkor Golf Resort, Siem Reap



Ambassy Club, Shanghai


The Seoul Club, Seoul


Chinese Swimming Club, Penang

• Penang Sports Club, Penang

• Ipoh Swimming Club, Ipoh

• Sunway Lagoon Club, KL

• Holiday Villa Subang, KL

• Kulim Club, Kedah

The Philippines

• Makati Sports Club, Manila


• Royal Bangkok Sports Club, BKK

• The British Club, BKK


For Reciprocal and Affiliate Clubs, call

CSC for an introduction letter at least one

working day in advance.



• Grand Mercure Roxy Hotel

• Furama RiverFront Hotel


• Hotel Equatorial

• Hotel Explorer

• Holiday Inn

• Mahkota Hotel

• Mimosa Hotel


• Himawari Hotel Apartments


• Surabaya Plaza Hotel


• Hotel Novotel (Siam Square)


Club Andaman Beach Resort

• Andaman Beach Suites Hotel

Ho Chi Minh City

• Hotel Equatorial

Kuala Lumpur

• Hotel Equatorial

• Cititel (Mid Valley)

• Micasa All Suite Hotel


• Hotel Equatorial (Cameron Highlands)


• Evergreen Laurel Hotel

• Cititel

• G Hotel

• Hotel Equatorial


Enjoy 15% discount on all regular priced items

when you present your CSC membership

card at the following Sports outlets:


Li-Ning Flagship Store

Ion Orchard, 2 Orchard Turn #B3-15/15A/16

Tel: 6509 9670

(Terms & Conditions apply)

10 & 10 Sports Trading

Bras Basah

Blk 231 Bain Street #01-55

Bras Basah Complex.

Singapore Badminton Hall

1 Lorong 23 Geylang

(Applicable for Pro-Tech, Apacs, Pro Ace,

Yonex, Prince, Dunlop, Li-Ning and more)

*Except offer/sales items and shuttlecocks.


Orchard Central

181 Orchard Road #03-06

Tel: 6238 8259


We would like to seek your cooperation

against “no show” at the premises after the

introduction letter has been issued as it is

in good faith that the privileges have been

extended to us.

For hotel reservations, please book

directly with the respective hotels.

G Hotel Penang

Club Andaman Beach Resort, Phuket

Hotel Novotel, Bangkok

RBSC, Bangkok

Indah Puri Golf Resort, Batam

For enquiries, contact

Jeremy Cheng at 6885 0651 or call 6885 0688

after office hours for assistance


God Of Fortune

Festive Drum Performance

25ft Special Tube-shaped Flag Performance

Lion Dance Performance featuring the ‘Plucking of Green’

Watch Live Demonstration Of Art Or Handicraft Works

Customised Chopsticks

The Art Of Creating Dough Figurines

Airbrush Tattoo

Balloon Sculpting

Stalls will be set up half an hour before start of event for a duration of 2 hours

Date: Saturday, 16 February 2013

Time: 5.00pm – 5.45pm

Venue: Arrival Pavilion Entrance (Beside Beginners’ Pool)

*Programmes may be subject to changes


Who To Call

Rosalind Tan / General Manager / Secretary

ext. 669

Helena Goh / Snr. Manager, Sports & Lifestyle

ext. 670

Raymond Ng / Finance Manager

ext. 684

Sylvester Yeo / Food & Beverage Manager

ext. 696

SUMMER Lim / HR & Admin Manager

ext. 663

Chia Foong Ghee / Membership Relations Manager

ext. 650

Lau Kien Fah / Project Manager

ext. 698

Joyce Lim / Property Manager

ext. 678


Samantha Eng

Membership Matters

6885 0652

Jeremy Cheng

Regional Networking / Corporate Golf / Booking /

Affiliates / Reciprocal Arrangements

6885 0651


Roslinda Bte Diran

Statement of Accounts / Overdue Subscriptions


6885 0690

F & B

Steven Chew

Man Zhu Café

6885 0230

Edmund Lee

Three Bars

Main Line ext. 742

Club’s Main Line :

6345 1221 or 6885 0688

For information pertaining to the following areas, please

call the DID phone numbers of the staff(s)-in-charge.


Tan Swee Leng

Swimming (Technical)

6885 0683

Lyuina Lee

Swimming (Administrative)

6885 0671

Lam Jick Sern

Badminton / Golf / Billiards & Snooker

6885 0675

Jim Chee Xian

Table Tennis / Squash

6885 0676

Leroy Yap

Contract Bridge / Tennis / Water Polo

6885 0673

Xu Zhenni

Bowling / Taekwondo

6885 0674

Sports Desk (Booking of Sports Facilities)

6885 0677

Booking of Bowling Lanes

ext. 745


Wendy Tan

Dance & Ladies Programmes

6885 0654

Daphne Phoa

Exercise & Leisure and Youth & Family

6885 0653


Flex Gym

Main Line ext. 749



Reception Counters

Front Office @ AP

Daily 8.30am to 10.00pm

Sports Desk @ SC

Daily 7.00am to 10.00pm

Man Zhu

Mon to Thu 11.30am to 10.00pm

Fri & Eve of PH 11.30am to 10.30pm

Sat 8.30am to 10.30pm

Sun & PH 10.30am to 10.00pm

(Last order 30 minutes before closing)

ThrEE Bars

Sun, Mon & Tues

11.30am to 11.00pm

Wed, Thur, Fri & Sat

11.30am to 12.00mn

KTV Room Charges

Mando Room (9 pax)

Weekday -

$15 per hour

Weekend -

$25 per hour

Badminton Courts (+)

Daily 7.00am to 10.00pm

Peak Period

Mon to Fri 6.00pm onwards

Sat 3.00pm onwards

PH Whole Day


$8.56 (Peak), $6.42 (Non Peak)

per court per hour

$3.21 – Sun (Members’ Day)

per court per hour

Court Closure For Club Team Training

(5 Courts)

Mon & Fri 7.00pm to 10.00pm

Court Closure For Junior Training

(4 - 6 Courts)

Billiards & Snooker Lounge

Fri 2.00pm - 11.00pm

All other days 2.00pm - 10.00pm

Peak Period

Mon to Fri 6.00pm onwards

Sat 3.00pm onwards

Sun & PH Whole Day

Fri 6.30pm - 11.00pm

(Close for Section Members)


$5.35 (Peak), $4.28 (Non-peak)

per table per hour

12 Lanes

Mon to Thu 12.00pm to 11.00pm

Fri & Eve of PH 12.00pm to 1.00am

Sat & PH 10.00am to 1.00am

Sun 10.00am to 11.00pm

Peak Period

Mon to Fri 6.00pm onwards

Sat, Sun & PH Whole Day

Charges (Nett)

Ordinary / Associates / Sports (Adult)

$2.60 (Peak), $1.80 (Non Peak) per game

Junior / Child Member

$2.00 (Peak), $1.50 (Non Peak)

per game

Member’s Guest

$3.20 (Peak), $2.50 (Non Peak)

per game

Social Member

$3.70 (Peak), $2.80 (Non Peak)

per game

Squash Courts (+)

Daily 7.00am to 10.00pm

Peak Period

Mon to Fri 6.00pm onwards

Sat 3.00pm onwards

PH Whole Day


$4.28 (Peak), $3.21 (Non Peak)

per court per hour

$1.07 Sun (Members’ Day)

Close for Section Training

(All courts)

Mon, Wed & Fri 7.00pm to 10.00pm

Table Tennis Room @ SC (+)

7.00am to 10.00pm daily

$2.14 per table per hour

Close for Section Training

Mon & Fri 6.00pm to 10.00pm

Swimming Pool @ RC

Daily 7.00am to 9.00pm

Competition Pool @ SC

Daily 7.00am to 9.00pm

Pool Closure For Swimming Training

(Whole pool)

Daily (except Wed) 6.00am to 10.00am

Mon to Sat 5.00pm to 7.30pm

Wed (half pool) 5.00pm to 7.30pm

Beginners’ Pool @ SC

Daily 7.00am to 9.00pm

Pool Close For Swimming Training

(Beginners’ Pool only)

Mon to Sat 7.45am to 10.00am /

4.00pm to 7.30pm (Half Pool)

Sun 8.00am to 10.00am (Half Pool)

Fun Pool @ SC

Daily 9.00am to 9.00pm

Water Polo Pool @ SC

For training only

Pool Closure for Maintenance

10.00am to 4.00pm

Mon @ RC and Wed @ SC

(If PH falls on a Mon or Wed,

maintenance will be carried out the

next working day)


Mon to Fri & Eve of PH

7.00am to 10.00pm

Sat, Sun & PH

7.00am to 8.00pm

Peak Period

Mon to Fri 7.00am to 11.00am

/ 5.00pm to 10.00pm

Sat, Sun & PH Whole Day


Section Membership (Unlimited Use)

Ordinary / Corporate / Associate /

Spouse / Junior / Child / Sports (per


@ $10.70 per month

Senior Ordinary / Associate / Spouse /

Sports (60 years & above)(per member)

@ $5.35 per month

*Family Package 1 (2 members)

@ $16.05 per month

*Family Package 2 (3 to 4 members)

@ $21.40 per month

*Family Package 3 (5 members & above)

@ $26.75 per month

Walk-in / Per Entry

Ordinary / Corporate / Associate /

Spouse / Junior / Child / Sports (per


@ $5.35 (Peak) / $3.21 (Off-Peak)

Senior Ordinary / Associate / Spouse /

Sports (60 years & above)

@ $3.21 (Peak) / $2.14 (Off-Peak)

Social Member (Off-Peak only)

@ $21.40 per hour

Guest @ $10.70 (Peak) / $5.35 (Off-Peak)

+ Prevailing General Guest Fee

Tennis Courts (+)

Daily 7.00am to 10.00pm

Off Peak

Mon to Fri 7.00am to 5.00pm

Saturday / PH 11.00am to 5.00pm

$3.21 per court per hour


Mon to Fri 5.00pm to 10.00pm

Sat & PH 7.00am to 11.00am

/ 5.00pm to 10.00pm

$5.35 per court per hour

Members’ Day

Sunday 7.00am to 10.00pm

$1.07 per court per hour

1 hour per account only

Court Closure For Section Training

Mon & Wed 5.00pm to 8.00pm

(2 Courts)

Sat 3.00pm to 7.00pm (3 Courts)

Basketball Courts

Daily 7.00am to 10.00pm

Joy Luck Cove

Sun to Thur & PH 10.00am to 12.00mn

Fri, Sat & Eve of PH 10.00am to 1.00am

Games & Recreation Room

Mon to Sun 1.00pm to 11.00pm

(including PH & Eve of PH)


SC – Sports Complex

RC – Recreation Complex

AP – Arrival Pavilion

+ Bookings can be made at the Sports

Desk (SC) up to seven days in advance

on a first-come-first-served basis.

There shall be no advance booking for

Member’s Day (Sun).

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