The telltale signs of a Hong Kong summer are in full swing: overcrowded beaches, dripping air-con units and unbearable humidity. But what better way to beat the heat than with a dip in one of the city’s best pools? From infinity pools overlooking Victoria Harbour to fun water zones perfect for kids, we’ve rounded up the best places to cool down as the temperatures soar.
With floor-to-ceiling windows offering a breathtaking panorama of Victoria Harbour, this indoor pool in the ICC is definitely worth a visit. Its walls and ceilings are adorned with 144 LED screens that display images of tropical fish, bubbles, clouds and beach scenes, making it feel like you’re swimming in the open sea. You can even enjoy the sunset from the comfort of the pool’s lounge chairs.
Located in the heart of Tung Chung, this pool boasts not only an indoor and outdoor pool but also a jacuzzi and a sauna. There is also a large water slide suitable for older children and adults. Plus, the outdoor pool is surrounded by lush greenery and offers beautiful views of Ngong Ping cable cars and the mountains beyond.
This spacious complex is a must-visit for anyone visiting Tsing Yi. The main pool overlooks the Tolo Harbour, while the other side of the complex houses a training and teaching pool, along with a leisure pool. It’s also home to a toddler’s pool filled with whimsical water installations like mushroom and tree-shaped fountains and two of the fastest waterslides in Hong Kong.
This is the largest public swimming pool in the city and a great place to get active in the sun. Guests can enjoy a variety of water sports here, including water aerobics, water polo and aqua soccer. The pool is also a popular venue for birthday parties and other events.
After the dissolution of the Urban Council and Regional Council at the end of the millennium, the operations of public swimming pools were taken over by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. The Pao Yue-Kong Swimming Pool features a large, well-equipped main pool and spectator stands that can seat 1,200 viewers. There are also smaller training and teaching pools, as well as a toddler’s pool with four water slides.
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