Cool Off in Hong Kong Pools

Hong Kong summers can be long and hot. To cool off, there are various options to consider. Visit some of Hong Kong’s premier shaved ice shops or take a dip in one of its iconic pools, located in some of its most stunning spots – these pools will make you feel as though you are on holiday!

Hong Kong boasts over 22 public swimming pools managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Entry fees to these pools run weekdays at HK$17 while weekend fees increase to HK$19; concession rates may apply to individuals with disabilities, those aged 60 years or above, children aged 3-13, full-time students or those over 60. In addition, most pools feature beautiful panoramic views!

Kowloon Park’s public pool offers three outdoor leisure pools complete with waterfalls, rocks and footbridge for families to enjoy. You can also work out in their state-of-the-art gym and relax at their pool bar; kids can splash around freely in their kiddie pool!

The Peninsula, one of Hong Kong’s renowned shopping destinations, features an unforgettable pool that is sure to impress. Boasting Roman-influenced designs with statuesque columns and an exceptional layout that transports you away from Hong Kong into Rome itself! Plus Victoria Harbour provides a breathtaking backdrop that may inspire your next great idea!

Ma On Shan Swimming Complex is an absolute must for any aquatic enthusiast. The spacious main pool features multiple lanes for lap swimming as well as water features like mushroom- and tree-shaped fountains. Take a break and lounge by the pool while sipping on an invigorating smoothie!

Hong Kong boasts many unforgettable swimming pool experiences to be found, whether it’s taking laps at Rosewood Hong Kong or lazing by its Sheraton on Kowloon Peak pool, there’s sure to be something suitable to keep you cool this summer.

Even without lifeguards present, Hong Kong’s iconic pools remain popular tourist spots. Victoria Peak Pool in particular has become an attraction with its picturesque vantage points and fun water installations; Ma On Shan swimming complex stands out due to its large main pool with high-speed waterslides.