Jhong Jheng Sports Center | 台北市中正運動中心

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Jhong Jheng Sports Center | 台北市中正運動中心
Xěnyě Road, Jhongjheng District
Taipei, Taipei 100
(02) 3322 5016 ext 153

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Residents: NTD 110; SC(55) NTD 50. Non-residents: NTD 110; SC(65) NTD 50. Lockers NTD 10 additional. [[June 2016]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m, 8 lanes, 1.2m - 1.4m depth, ozone sanitized , indoors , 28º - 30ºC (82º - 86ºF)


From Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall MRT station go North along Zhongshan S. Rd (the Western edge of the Memorial park). Cross Xinyi Rd. and turn right going East on Xinyi Rd. The center is on the left, the same entry as the Family Mart; basement level B1.
25.038203, 121.519306

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

The facility also has a Facebook page (in Chinese).
The facility also has a sauna, steam room, and Jacuzzi®.

Facility Reviews

Only 4 or 5 lanes for lap swimming. The rest are for swim lessons or walking. The pool is very clean and nice. The air is not too warm or humid and there is no chemical smell. No windows, but it's adequately lit so you don't feel like you're swimmingin a cave. The locker rooms are old but in fair shape. No pace clock. Until 10 AM, lap swimming is free for seniors (65+) -crowded and slow. Swimmers here are very slow. I could get a decent workout in, but at times the lanes were extremely crowded. [August, 2007]
A nice pool, typical of the other neighborhood municipal pools in Taipei. If you get in when it isn't crowded, you can get a decent workout. On the plus side, it's clean, cheap, and well maintained; usually 5 or 6 lanes with flags and nice lane markers. On the minus side, it was very crowded on a Monday at 2 PM; there were 6 - 8 people per lane, mostly the slow breaststroke crowd, and lessons going on in the end. [March, 2015]
This facility is relatively old, as compared to the DaAn Sports Center. It's crowded during morning sessions - always eight people in a lane. The water is clean. The lockers are coin operated. [May, 2015]