Hong Kong Pools – The Best Places to Cool Off

Hong Kong can get hot and humid, making a swim an effective way to cool off. From infinity pools overlooking Victoria Harbour to kids splash zones, these hotel pools provide the ideal settings to hit the water as temperatures soar.

Swimming is not only great exercise for the body, but can also improve mental wellbeing. Swimming helps relieve stress, increase energy levels and even alleviate depression – no wonder swimming has become such a popular pastime among local populations!

All 44 public pools managed by LCSD have opened for summertime use, with most offering water slides and other fun attractions for the kids – making them perfect for family day outings! Adults can access these pools weekdays for only HK$17 while weekends and public holidays will cost 19 HKD per person (children aged under three are free).

Hammer Hill Road pool features pirate ships, water cannons and slides designed to cater for kids of various ages, making for an unforgettable aquatic experience for your little ones. Plus, its proximity to a shopping centre with the same name means you can grab food or refreshments after enjoying this indoor water park!

Island Shangri-La pool, conveniently situated just opposite the iconic Bank of China building, provides an incredible city view as they swim. Both indoor and outdoor leisure pools, teaching pool and toddler pool are heated. Plus, this option opens later than other pools while remaining closed on Mondays due to cleaning duties!

Swimming offers many health advantages, including increased cardiovascular endurance and flexibility. Swimming is a low-impact exercise activity that can provide effective relief from chronic back pain, arthritis and joint issues such as osteoarthritis. Furthermore, regular swimming may help manage or prevent diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, strokes and obesity.

Hk Pools are also managed through an online forum city, filled with exciting topics, tips and advice for beginners. Pool fans from around the world gather here to share their passion for this timeless game while making new friends or joining tournaments!

HK pools are open year-round; however, for optimal experiences between July and August when temperatures typically peak. Sakura trees will be in bloom and you can enjoy beautiful Victoria Harbour views from this time period; additionally, pools tend to be quieter during this period than peak season for swimming pleasure – making for an enjoyable and relaxing swim session! Winter visitors should make reservations as weather can become windy.