Hong Kong Pools – The Best Places to Cool Off in Hot Weather

Swimming is an activity that’s great for your health and provides a relaxing way to unwind, making it one of the most popular activities in Hong Kong! Not only can it offer low-impact workouts, but swimming also makes for great family recreation during hot weather – making it one of the most sought-after recreational pursuits! It’s no wonder swimming has become such a beloved pastime here.

So if you want to escape the summer heat, why not head down to one of Hongkong’s pools and take a refreshing dip? Plus don’t forget the stunning scenery!

No matter whether it is indoor or outdoor pools that you seek, Hongkong pools offer the ideal setting to unwind and unburden yourself from stress – without even the risk of sunburn! So make your summer more memorable than ever by giving these places a try and making the most out of this summer season.

The Mira Hong Kong Indoor Pool

At The Mira Hong Kong’s 25-metre indoor pool, swimmers who don’t wish to risk sunburn can find comfort without risking sunstroke. Surrounded by deck chairs and cabanas for comfort while taking in stunning cityscape views through glass walls of Hong Kong cityscape are available amidst swimming laps from 9:00AM until 11:00PM daily (weekday entrance fee: HK$17/19 per person / weekend entry free for children under 3).

Cordis Hong Kong Rooftop Swimming Pool Looking for a rooftop pool with an amazing view? Nowhere beats Cordis Hong Kong’s 20-metre pool! Located high above Mongkok and complete with fibre optic underwater lights to add even more ambience – get there early enough and secure one of their cabanas for some relaxing time away from crowds!

W Hong Kong Rooftop Pool

On the 76th floor of W Hong Kong is an exquisite rooftop pool that provides breathtaking city views. Locals love this stylish design and relaxing ambiance of this pool; take it all in while sipping cocktails or feasting on some delectable sushi from one of their on-site restaurants!

Given Hong Kong’s current lack of lifeguards, public pools may only open partially this summer for safety concerns. Leisure and Cultural Services Department has reached out to all swimming training institutions to inform them of this situation; however, due to union constraints they cannot guarantee all swimming pools will operate this summer.