Jing'an Sports Center Swimming Pool | 静安区体育中心游泳馆

Shanghai, Shanghai Province, CHINA (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF)

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Jing'an Sports Center Swimming Pool | 静安区体育中心游泳馆
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151 Kangding Road, Jingan District
Shanghai, Shanghai Province 200041
(021) 6272-7277 or 6272-6506 or 6272-6778

Adult Admission Price & Policy

RMB 40 for 90 minutes. Pay at the front desk in the ground floor lobby. [January, 2019]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 25m, 9 lanes, 1.2m - 2.2m depth. usually divided with a bulkhead to create ~33m and ~15m, 9 lane tanks, indoors, 73º - 78ºF (23º - 26ºC)
Pool 2
25m x 15m, 1.2m depth, indoors, 76º - 82ºF (24º - 28ºC)


The building is located at the southwest corner of Kangding Street and Changhua Street; there are silver statues of a basketball player and a swimmer outside the building.
Shanghai Province

Teams That Use This Facility

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

Facility Notes

Contrary to earlier reports, we are informed that a "health certificate" is still required at this facility. The cost is 6 yuan (RMB). Per one swimmer: "You are given a small booklet to fill your name in and note down an "emergency contact" number. The only question we go asked is if we had swimming caps. The certificate is re-usable in other public pools." [January, 2019]

Facility Reviews

Open to the public 3:30 to 6:30 and 6:30 to 9:00 P.M. daily
Pool 1 had no lane lines, the bulkhead was set at 33.5m; most swimming breaststroke - lane etiquette was not observed, defensive swimming was necessary.
Pool 2 had lane lines but was used for a children's swim school.
Exchange your ticket and health card outside locker room for a numbered locker key wristband. The locker room was clean, roomy, and had nice hot showers. Follow the steps through shower room upstairs to pool deck.
The 50m pool is never set up for long course laps: there is always a wall dividing it into two tanks, a 30m pool and another, smaller, 15m pool. People swim everywhere, spit in the pool, have a chat while obstructing other swimmers, all while the lifeguards watch their phones. Use of paddles is not allowed: that is deemed "dangerous". The best time is around 18:30 and 19:00. [March, 2015]
This pool is not suitable for any serious swimming / lap swimming. Everything leading up to it was promising: The pool is located on the 6th floor of a big "sports complex" building. There's a big clean reception area and good changing rooms with decent showers. Getting health certificate was just a matter of paying six yuan, writing my name, and providing emergency contact details. The pool itself, however, was divided into two sections with no lanes, which I found out is always the case. The biggest problem is complete lack of any swimming etiquette. Everyone just swims in random directions, whichever way they want with zero regard for others. It works for the locals, who seem to be fine weaving in and out of each others' way. Most swimmer are fairly slow. So for anyone who is looking for an uninterrupted, well paced lap swim, this pool will be a waste of time.
[January, 2019]