Hong Kong’s outdoor and indoor pools offer the ideal solution to beat the heat this summer, offering stunning views, relaxing atmosphere and excellent exercise opportunities. Furthermore, studies suggest swimming regularly may reduce stress and depression. So if you need something fun to do this summer check out our list of Hong Kong pools!
At Rosewood Hotel’s sixth-floor pool, guests will experience breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour’s tranquil waters. Perfect for morning laps or simply taking in the sights, after your swim, head next door to Red Sugar Terrace Bar for drinks and snacks – don’t miss sunset as its views are truly unforgettable!
Hong Kong visitors must experience this sight for themselves! At the International Commerce Center’s 118th-floor pool is world’s highest, featuring breathtaking panoramic views and floor-to-ceiling windows with floor-to-ceiling windows; plus its retractable roof means it allows visitors to experience its scenery even on rainy days!
Swimming, relaxing, and unwinding at Central Pool is an enjoyable family activity – ideal for young children with multiple water slides of varying ages as well as plenty of lounge chairs to lounge back on and take in the scenery. Plus it’s conveniently located so getting there by bus or taxi couldn’t be simpler.
Wan Chai recently unveiled its brand new swimming pool as an open-air pool and leisure pool equipped with large water slides – providing families with an ideal destination.
Since the dissolution of Urban and Regional Councils, public swimming pools have been operated by Leisure and Cultural Services Department. There are 41 public pools overall; four in-land and 30 out-of-door; some may be free while most require monthly or daily tickets for entry.
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