Hong Kong Pools

Hong Kong may conjure images of shopping and dim sum, but swimming may not come to mind immediately. Yet this amazing city offers stunning swimming pools; everything from an artificial infinity pond perched among clouds to natural infinity ponds situated along mountain sides are worth seeing in Hong Kong’s many sparkling pools.

Swimming can be an amazing way to unwind and refresh, not to mention that it offers numerous health advantages! According to studies conducted, regular swimming has been proven to reduce stress levels, improve mental wellbeing and boost energy levels – perfect for keeping cool during Hongkong’s scorching heat! With that in mind, why not visit one of Hongkong’s beautiful pools today and experience true revitalization?

Are You Searching for an Ideal Family Getaway or Romantic Setting to Spend Some Quality Alone Time in Hong Kong? A swim in one of these pools promises an amazing and rewarding experience!

Hotel Indigo stands out with a pool that’s completely glass-bottomed! Set right against the building’s edge, when looking down while swimming you’ll see Hong Kong streets below you! For something a bit quieter and serener to swim in, Island Shangri-La also has an incredible pool offering stunning views of Hong Kong Island through floor-to-ceiling windows with Jacuzzis and lounge areas to unwind as the sun goes down.

Ma On Shan offers some thrilling water slides at their public pool in Hong Kong’s Ma On Shan area. There are four giant slides in total; including Hong Kong’s fastest one which reaches an astonishing 9m! In addition, this waterpark boasts toddler, round stepping, Olympic-sized pools – perfect for water enthusiasts of all kinds!

Leisure and Cultural Services Department operates 22 public pools which can be accessed for just HK$17 weekdays or 19 weekends, with discounted rates being given to senior citizens (those 60 years or over), children aged 3-13 years, full-time students, as well as any person aged 60 years or above.

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