Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

Hong Kong may not come to mind immediately when thinking of swimming pools; however, this city known for its shopping and dim sum also boasts some remarkable swimming spots from world’s highest pool to natural infinity ponds on mountain sides. Take a look below at our top picks of these awesome locations where you can prepare to dive right in.

The Ritz Carlton Hong Kong pool, perched 118 floors above ground in one of Hong Kong’s tallest buildings, is truly remarkable. Boasting stunning views and an infinity edge, its pool should not be missed by visitors wanting to appreciate Hong Kong’s sights or absorb its vibes.

At Wong Chuk Hang’s massive complex is an ideal environment to swim laps or practice dives. It boasts an enormous main pool that provides ample swimming space; two smaller kiddie pools feature water features and sprinklers; plus plenty of lounge chairs and sun beds to help swimmers relax under the sun.

A family-friendly pool, this spot is a favorite destination among both locals and visitors. Home to various water slides, two kiddie pools provide interactive play areas and sprinklers for younger members of your group. Weekday entrance fees start from HK$19 while weekend fees go down to just HK$9. Those with disabilities, students aged 3-13 or senior citizens (60+) qualify for discounted entrance rates.

Something about water makes people feel healthy and content. Not to mention it provides an effective workout to increase metabolism and energy levels – no matter your level or experience as swimmer! Even for novice swimmers there’s always something new to discover!

Cordis Hong Kong’s outdoor heated rooftop pool is one of its standout features, boasting panoramic views of Victoria Harbour and the city skyline. Boasting underwater lights and music system to add an immersive swimming experience. Meanwhile, surrounding decks and cabanas make the pool the ideal place for unwinding with a book or sipping cool beverages while swimming outdoors.

Nearly half of Hong Kong’s public swimming pools may only partially open this summer due to a lifeguard shortage, according to Leisure and Cultural Services Department estimates. At least 20 public pools have already informed swimming training institutions they cannot run all facilities this summer and LCSD said various measures are being explored as possible solutions to address this problem.

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