Situated next to Sengkang Riverside Park, the Sengkang Sports and Recreation Centre site is also home to the People’s Association Anchorvale Community Club.
Since opening, the centre has become a world-class hockey venue and even hosted some of the events that made up 2010’s inaugural Youth Olympic Games. It is now near to Treasure Crest EC.
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Designed to engage the community and get people active, the four-hectare site boasts a wide range of sports facilities. A synthetic outdoor pitch hosts hockey games and football matches, while four swimming pools areon-hand for visitors looking to take part in various water sports, or simply swim a few lengths. There’s even a collection of water slides for those just wanting to make a splash.
Inside, a multi-purpose sports hall provides a venue for the likes of badminton, basketball and volleyball. Various games often draw a crowd too, with the hall offering retractable seating for up to 200 spectators. The on-site dance studio holds regular classes in all sorts of styles as well, while the gymnasium provides a range of equipment to help Treasure Crest Sim Lian visitors work on their cardio or strength training.
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As part of its ongoing commitment to the local community, the centre also runs a wide range of programmes and classes for visitors of all ages to take part in. Children’s athletic sessions take place alongside the like likes of parent and child water polo, badminton clinics and football academies.
Alternatively, those looking for a little more adventure can try their hand at stand-up paddleboarding, while the dance studio hosts sessions to help participants get fit and pick up some new moves.
The on-site community centre offers its own range of facilities for those winding down after working out near Treasure Crest EC, with various food outlets available along with a multi-media room and roofterrace. The building even boasts study and reading areas, to help keep minds healthy too.