S’pore enters Guinness World Records for fastest swimming pool ever built

Posted on 25 December 2016

Pool took approximately 20 minutes to complete.


Singaporeans from all walks of life, who recognise an amazing feat when they see one, are applauding non-stop and nodding their heads in appreciative acknowledgement.

This after a swimming pool was completed in 20 minutes.

One Singaporean, Yew Yong, said: “As a Singaporean, I am proud that this will continue to add to our reputation for being fast and efficient.”

“It is always great to see community projects like this where world class facilities sprout up like mushrooms out of nowhere.”

Other Singaporeans said the initiative for the fastest swimming pool to be built must have been conceived by the best engineering brains the country has to offer.

Another local, Jia Xiang, said: “It really brings us back to the days when we were in kampung living.”

“No one I recall voted for this, so that makes it an even more pleasant surprise.”

At press time, more of such swimming pools are being built all over Singapore.







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  • Lorenz Lim

    All the rubbish ‘world records’ that nobody bothers to have. For God sake, have some real stuff to boast about. Embarrassing.

    • Seraphino Huang

      Lol, do you understand that this website specifically writes at the top left corner “50% real news”? This is obviously a joke man. Don’t take it so seriously. It’s what this website is for.