Hong Kong Pools

Swimming is an excellent exercise that not only helps burn calories but also tones up muscles. And in Hong Kong, where the skyline is a sight to behold, there’s no shortage of pools for you to cool off in and enjoy the city’s stunning scenery.

The city’s public pools offer a relaxing environment to get in some laps and take in the gorgeous views of Hong Kong’s skyline and Victoria Harbour. There are 22 public pools operated by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department, which can be accessed for a fee of HK$17 on weekdays and HK$19 on weekends. Seniors, persons with disabilities and those between the ages of 3-13 and full-time students can also avail of discounted rates.

If you’re looking for a swimming pool experience that is truly indulging, then head on over to The Mira Hong Kong for their dazzlingly beautiful indoor infinity pool. This pool is a wonder to behold with bottom-to-ceiling windows and 144 LED lights that create an illusion of coral reefs and blue skies. If you’re staying at the hotel, you can use their wellness facilities and enjoy a day pass to the pool which comes with access to the spa, sauna and steam bath as well.

There’s also the 25-metre outdoor pool at Kerry Hotel Hong Kong that boasts an eye-catching display of Hong Kong. And if you’re not a guest at the hotel, you can still visit the pool for a day with their day pass that includes access to the fitness centre and their infinity pool. Hang out by the pool at sunset and indulge in some delicious drinks from their rooftop bar, Red Sugar, for a relaxing night!

Another place to swim and take in the views of Hong Kong’s skyline is the Ma On Shan Swimming Pool. This pool is home to one of the longest and highest water slides in the city, which attracts crowds on both the weekdays and weekends. It also has a regular teaching, diving and leisure pools so there’s something for everyone at the pool!

The Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong isn’t only known for its impeccable service, but also its pool. Its exotic-looking turquoise Balinese pool is a must-see and is perfect for swimming laps and enjoying the beautiful cityscape views around you. Its location on the top floor of the city’s International Commerce Centre means that you can also enjoy spectacular views of the skyline and the iconic Victoria Harbour.

Aside from the Four Seasons, there are a number of other amazing pools that you can check out. Here are just a few of them: