Complimentary Uber service

Dear Members, there will no longer be complimentary shuttle bus service between The Club and the Bukit Merah Sports Lifestyle Centre. We will, however, be launching complimentary Uber service between the two venues during lesson times. We believe this will give more freedom for our swimming families as there will no longer be a fixed schedule, meaning you can depart The Club and Bukit Merah whenever you are ready.

 

From Monday, June 5, all you will need to do to use this service is to speak to the Front Desk team at The Club or the Lifeguard team at the Bukit Merah pool and they will be able to book your Uber ride for you. You will need to let them know how many people are travelling in the Uber and a contact number in the event that the driver needs to contact you. Due to the way that the system is set up, we are unable to offer this service to any location other than The Club and Bukit Merah Sports Lifestyle Centre.

 

Do note that children 11-years-old and under are not able to use this Uber service without an accompanying adult or guardian (12-years-old and above) with them. 

 

This service is available to all Members of The Club. 

 
If you have any comments or questions, please email Aquatics Manager Elspeth at elspethl@amclub.org.sg
 

Complimentary access to international newspapers

We are pleased to share that Members can now enjoy complimentary access to the Financial Times, The New York Times and The Wall Street journal's digital news websites. Simply connect to the Club wifi on your smart device and proceed to the papers' respective websites. Alternatively, you may access the sites via our Business Center desktops at Level 3. 

 

The service is available for a limited period. 

 

Club Feature in 'NTUC This Week'

We're honored to share that in conjunction with recent updates to the Retirement and Re-employment Act in Singapore, “NTUC This Week” profiled our Club as a progressive organization that is committed to good age management practices and upholding fair and non-discriminatory practices at the workplace.

 

Click here to read the article featuring our Assistant General Manager, Patricia Au and Chief Lifeguard, Abdul Latip!

 

Join the Aquatics Sub-Committee

We’re looking for volunteers for our newly formed Aquatics Sub-Committee! This is a perfect opportunity to help the Aquatics Department reach its full potential and be able to offer the best possible service to our Members. Representing swimmers of all ages and levels, the mission of the Aquatics Sub-Committee (ASC) is to act as an advisory body and a sounding board for The Club's Aquatics staff, to support them in their objective of enhancing and expanding the swimming activities and educational and competitive programs offered at the Club, as well as to maintain and enhance The Club’s aquatics reputation within the swim community in Singapore. To volunteer, please click here to email Aquatics Manager El. 

 

Human Capital Partnership Program

We are proud to share that The Club is now one of 74 organizations in Singapore (and only 3 within the hospitality sector) to be recognized as a partner in the Human Capital Partnership (HCP) program. The HCP program is a tripartite initiative that brings together a community of exemplary employers in Singapore who are committed to progressive employment practices and developing their human capital. At the HCP CEO networking event on February 17, Minister for Manpower Lim Swee Say presented the HCP certificate to our GM, Martin Rudden.