Hong Kong Pools

Swimming pools are a great way to escape the summer heat and have fun with the family. Many of the city’s public pools have reopened, but it is best to check before heading out (especially as most are restricted to hotel guests). Prices are still high, so you may want to consider signing up for a public swimming pool monthly ticket ($150). There are also lots of indoor and outdoor kid-friendly pools at luxury hotels (perfect for a staycation!).

Located in the heart of the city, this pool is the highest rooftop pool Hong Kong and offers breathtaking views. The infinity-edge pool is designed to be a stylish addition to the skyline, and you can enjoy cocktails, a light meal, or even take a dip while overlooking Hong Kong! The pool is usually exclusive to hotel guests, but outsiders can enjoy the rooftop experience every weekend during their summer events.

Another great option is the Victoria Park swimming pool, which features a 33m-long multipurpose pool and an Olympic-sized pool with seating for 2,500 spectators. The complex is also complemented by a water playground and changing rooms. The pool is open from 6:30am to 10pm, with breaks from 12-1pm and 5:00-6:00pm.

The Tsing Yi swimming pool is another great option, with its large main pool and two teaching pools, plus a water playground and multiple water slides for kids. This is a great place to bring the whole family, especially with its convenient location and extensive facilities. The Macleod Recreation and Sports Centre is another excellent choice for families, with its five pools, as well as a fitness center and gym.

If you’re an avid pool player, you’ll love the HK Pools Forum City, where pool enthusiasts from around the world can come together to share their passion for the game. The site features tips, advice, and competitions, and is a great place to meet fellow players. It’s also a good place to learn about upcoming tournaments and competitions, as well as the latest news and trends in the industry. Whether you’re an amateur or a professional, you’ll find something of interest on the HK Pools Forum City.