Hong Kong Pools You Must See

The summer is a great time to cool off at one of Hong Kong’s awesome pools! From stunning rooftop infinity pools to mega water play areas for toddlers, here are some of the best hongkong pools you can visit.

The swimming pool at the Parkview Garden is a popular destination for locals to escape from the city’s hustle and bustle and enjoy a refreshing dip. It’s a great place for adults and children to relax while soaking up the sun and enjoying the view of Victoria Harbour.

With a main pool, teaching pool, leisure pool and even a special pool for kids, this is a great place to bring the whole family. Plus, their pool deck is adorned with tropical plants giving you that holiday island feel! Soak up the sun and get your tan on while enjoying some refreshments from their poolside bar.

A breathtaking addition to Hong Kong’s pool scene, Kerry Hotel’s outdoor infinity pool is a must-visit for anyone looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The 25-metre pool overlooks the ocean and will banish any worrisome thoughts with its open, freeing space. And with the tropical plants and umbrella-lined lounge chairs, you’ll forget that you’re actually in the middle of a bustling metropolis!

Located on the 16th floor of the renowned luxury hotel, this pool is only available to guests staying at the hotel. And with it’s unmatched views of the Hong Kong skyline, this is a spot to be seen. Swim a few laps and work on your tan while sipping on some cocktails from their poolside bar!

This beautiful and modern pool is one of the most popular among swimmers. Not only is it big and well-maintained, but the water is also crystal clear and has a nice temperature. There are also a lot of fun activities for everyone to participate in, such as diving and scuba diving, so it’s sure to be a good time!

After the dissolution of the Urban Council and Regional Council at the end of the millennium, operations of public swimming pools were taken over by the newly formed Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD). With a wide variety of facilities, including indoor and outdoor pools, there’s something for every swimmer here.

Amid the current lifeguard shortage, around 20 public pools have contacted swimming training institutions to warn that they may only partially operate this summer, according to the Hong Kong Recreation and Sports Professionals General Union. This will affect both swimmers and the industry’s development, the union said.

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