Hong Kong Pools

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Hong Kong may not immediately come to mind as a place with stunning pools; but that doesn’t have to be the case! With plenty of great pools like Asaya rooftop pool on the sixth floor of luxury hotel Rosewood Hong Kong offering breathtaking city and harbor views, Asaya rooftop pool provides a relaxing spot where swimmers and sun worshippers alike can swim, lounge, soak up some rays while taking in its panoramic vistas of Victoria Harbour (plus enjoy cocktails or snacks from their bar!). Hotel guests have free access, while non-hotel guests must purchase passes; only hotel guests have free access).

Tai Wan Shan Pool, Hong Kong’s largest public swimming pool complex, boasts breathtaking views over both sea and skyline of Hong Kong. Alongside these spectacular surroundings, this pool also provides some amazing facilities such as three teaching and leisure pools, secondary Olympic pool, diving pool and training tank – making this attraction especially appealing to families with young children visiting this part of town.

Jordan Valley Pool in Kwun Tong is another wonderful choice for families with young children, offering water slides and other attractions designed to keep little ones occupied for hours! From toddler training pools to giant water slides, Jordan Valley provides something fun for all ages; even there’s even an indoor pirate ship pool! (Please note: closed Mondays).

Most pools have closed due to staff shortage, though some remain open. According to Hong Kong Recreation and Sports Professionals General Union, should any pool close it could have a detrimental effect on swimming instruction as well as sport development within Hong Kong.

Ma On Shan Pool offers an unrivalled aquatic adventure, offering four giant water slides – including one of the fastest slides in Hong Kong, plus mushroom and tree-shaped fountains and mushroom and tree-shaped fountains – plus two round stepping pools and a toddler pool! For something truly memorable and special visit Ma On Shan pool!

If you’re considering building an inground pool in your backyard, its cost will depend on its size and material used. A medium pool may run from $30,000-$55,000 depending on customization. Fiberglass pools tend to cost more than vinyl ones because of their greater durability and resistance to algae growth requiring fewer chemicals for maintenance purposes.