Hong Kong Pools

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Swimming is a fun and healthy activity for people of all ages. It has been shown to improve cardiovascular and respiratory fitness, lower stress levels, decrease blood pressure, aid weight loss and boost moods. It’s also a great way to relax and soak up the summer sunshine. Thankfully, Hong Kong is home to some of the world’s most stunning pools – from The Peninsula’s luxurious indoor sand pool overlooking Victoria Harbour to The Ritz-Carlton’s glass bottomed 82nd floor pool.

While hk pool restrictions are currently in place, many public and hotel pools are open and ready to welcome swimmers. However, some are open during the day only and others close for cleaning or maintenance at different times of the week. Check the Leisure and Cultural Services Department website for more details before heading to your local swimming pool.

Located in Kowloon Park, this public pool has three outdoor leisure pools complete with waterfalls, rocks and a footbridge plus a diving pool and training pool for adults. They are also heated during the winter season.

For the kids, there is a wide selection of water slides suitable for varying ages. Plus, there are a few water games and fountains to keep them entertained while mum and dad swim some laps.

A popular choice among the kids, this pool in Kwun Tong has small slides, a pirate ship and even a few animals for them to climb on. Plus, it’s close to the MTR station.

The main pool at this Sai Kung public pool is very large, making it a favourite with adults. They also have two children’s pools and a diving pool so the whole family can have some fun in the water without getting too crowded.

A great option for families with young children, this pool has a leisure pool and a toddler’s pool. The water slides are particularly fun, with a range of slides for varying ages. And the pool is surrounded by lovely views of the cityscape.

With floor-to-ceiling windows, this swimming pool offers a stunning view of the skyline from its perch on the 118th floor of the International Commerce Center. There are plenty of loungers and a bar where you can sip a cocktail or glass of wine while you enjoy the spectacular scenery. Guests can access the pool for HK$250 on weekdays and HK$350 on weekends and public holidays. There is also a gym, steam room and whirlpool. Guests can also earn bonus Asia Miles with Cathay Pacific when booking a stay at this hotel.

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