Best Places to Swim in Hong Kong

Swimming is an excellent way to both get exercise and feel relaxed and content. Studies have even proven its ability to reduce depression and other mental health conditions – not to mention increase energy levels! Why not give it a go? Here are a few great spots in Hong Kong where you can go swimming.

At first glance, an overcast day may not seem ideal for swimming pool visits; however, this may actually prove beneficial as less swimmers may mean less congestion at pools and recent rainfall has helped wash away some of the algae that had been plaguing many public swimming pools.

Though, it’s important to bear in mind that pools may still be closed due to safety considerations, it’s wise to contact them beforehand in order to find out whether it will be open for public use.

Ma On Shan Swimming Pool offers an ideal spot for families looking to spend quality time together in the water, including four giant water slides (including an impressive 9m drop!). There are also three leisure pools, round stepping pool, toddler-only pool and Olympic-sized training and teaching pools available if slides don’t thrill.

Kennedy Town Swimming Pool offers another great family option: this large water sports centre with two indoor and two outdoor pools as well as a wave pool is conveniently located and open daily from 6:30am to 10:00pm for swimming, sauna use and gym access.

Swimming has long been one of the world’s favorite exercises, making it an integral part of daily life for millions. Swimming helps improve circulation and cardiovascular fitness while strengthening muscles and bones – as well as offering stress relief and increasing endorphin levels that boost your mood!

If you don’t already have one nearby, Hong Kong offers numerous public swimming pools that are open year-round and easily accessible by public transport. To locate them quickly and conveniently use Hong Kong Public Pools website – alternatively you can purchase discounted monthly passes to all city pools; one valid for two adults and one child under 12, one suitable for seniors over 60, or both combined at just HK$150 each month – perfect ways to save money while staying fit! This can help save both time and money!


July 2024


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