Hong Kong Pools

Summer is here, and one great way to escape its heat is taking a dip in one of Hong Kong’s many pools. Swimming provides an effective low-impact workout while being fun for the whole family and can help to de-stress. Not only can it benefit physical and mental wellbeing, but swimming also serves as an inclusive social activity across generations – so grab your swimsuit and visit one of Hong Kong’s pools today for a relaxing afternoon in the water!

The Peninsula, Hong Kong’s premier shopping destination, also features an exquisite pool featuring Roman-style architecture. Here guests can relax while taking in breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline from this remarkable pool. Open daily between 1st April and the end of October with teaching, diving and leisure pools available, the admission price for adults on weekdays and weekends/public holidays is HK$17; children (3-13 years) and seniors may qualify for concessionary rates.

Ocean Park, an integrated water park and swimming pool, makes an excellent destination for families. Boasting numerous waterslides, fountains, a pirate ship, as well as multiple food offerings including fast-food options before visiting the pool itself. Families love Ocean Park because its outdoor pool has some of the longest and highest slides available in Singapore.

Hammer Hill Road Pool is one of the city’s most beloved public swimming pools, particularly among youth. Boasting water slides and fountains as well as pirate ship rides and water cannons, it is always packed at weekends or public holidays.

YMCA Bridges Street Centre, first constructed in central Hong Kong and one of the oldest indoor pools, opened to the public in 1918 as one of Hong Kong’s first pools. A favorite among locals and their families alike, this venue provides the ideal place for leisurely swimming sessions as well as sunbathing.

This pool may be slightly out of the way, but it is well worth your while if you are in search of more tranquil surroundings. With lush vegetation surrounding and plenty of seating areas to relax and have a drink by, its lovely setting has you feeling completely at ease – not to mention plenty of lanes to practice your strokes in. Adult admission costs HK$17 on weekdays and 19 on weekends with children free – seniors and students qualify for concessionary rates! For further inquiries or booking a tour at this pool contact the YMCA directly; they will provide further details as well as organize tours arranged just for yourself and other potential visitors!