Hong Kong Pools

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Swimming pools in Hong Kong offer an ideal place to cool off during the heat of summer while exercising and socializing with others. Swimming is an effective low-impact workout that can strengthen muscles and bones while simultaneously aiding with weight loss and lowering blood pressure – providing stress relief, increased energy levels, and boosting moods!

Leisure and Cultural Services Department’s 44 public pools span Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories; 9 are on Hong Kong Island alone while 13 in Kowloon offer morning and afternoon public swim sessions; the entrance fee on weekdays for adults is HK$17 while those aged 3 years or over or seniors with disabilities qualify for concession rates.

Some pools feature special attractions, like the rooftop pool atop the International Commerce Center. Floor-to-ceiling windows reveal breathtaking city views while LCD screens display clouds, bubbles, tropical fish, and beach scenes. Plus, this pool comes complete with slides and other fun water features to make sure it remains enjoyable for all family members!

Victoria Park provides an impressive pool complex for those who prefer indoor activities. This facility includes a main pool, diving pool and training pool – as well as spectator stands that can hold over 2,500 spectators! There are also two large children’s pools and a toddler pool equipped with whimsical installations such as mushroom and tree-shaped fountains to offer additional relaxation opportunities.

There are also a variety of indoor pools with impressive facilities, like the Olympic-sized pool at Wan Chai’s Aquatic Centre – an impressive state-of-the-art facility that’s great for training for the next big race, or simply relaxing and admiring its incredible ocean view. Castle Peak Bay Marina also provides an enjoyable way to unwind with family; their palm-fringed pools sit beside yacht harbours offering incredible views of Hong Kong skylines.

Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel’s water park provides fun activities for the whole family. Boasting four waterslides measuring 9 metres each and a toddler pool equipped with mushroom and tree-shaped fountains designed specifically to entertain little ones, the hotel’s waterpark can keep all ages entertained for hours!

The pool at the Ritz-Carlton is truly magnificent. Situated high atop ICC, its rooftop pool offers breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island through floor-to-ceiling windows. Equipped with slides and other water features to keep kids busy while providing ample shade, as well as lounge furniture to soak up some sun, its luxurious waters can also boast facial and body treatments, along with cabana rentals for an added luxurious experience.