Hong Kong Pools That Are Sure to Take Your Next Leisurely Dip to the Next Level

Dipping into the pool isn’t only refreshing; it also has multiple health advantages. From improving circulation to relieving stress, swimming can provide great exercise benefits to people of all ages. We’ve rounded up some of the top Hongkong pools that will take your leisurely dip experience to new levels!

Tsing Yi’s indoor complex features three pools: main pool, teaching pool, and one designed specifically for toddlers – ideal for families with young children. Its unique seashell-like design features materials which improve ventilation while still allowing natural sunlight into the space for an unforgettable relaxing experience. Once your swim is done, take time to unwind at the inviting terrace bar, watching Ngong Ping cable cars zip by or relaxing in the jacuzzi. Day passes for weekdays cost HK$500 while weekends and public holidays have day passes available at HK$700; an annual wellness membership costs HK$65,000 per person or $120,000 per couple and grants access to everything including full access to both pool and gym, free wellness consultations and spa treatments as well as special privileges such as full access to both locations!

Rooftop swimming pools are always a fantastic addition to any hotel, and The Peninsula Hong Kong doesn’t disappoint with their gorgeous infinity pool complete with glass walls and comfy lounge chairs – the ideal spot to get you excited for summertime fun! Bring along your camera for some Instagram-worthy snaps as well as sunnies and sunscreen to ensure an unforgettable experience!

This luxurious hotel pool takes opulence to the next level, transporting guests back in time to 1920’s with its lavish art deco decor and marble Roman columns reminiscent of Roman times, to striped lounge chairs reminiscent of something out of a Gatsby movie. If you want to swim a few laps and soak up some sunshine while at it all make sure that you reserve a cabana to fully experience your experience!

Hong Kong’s initial phase of relaxing social distancing rules could have seen most public pools open again last Thursday; however, miscommunication between government and unions meant 38 pools remained closed for cleaning and disinfection until Monday; 14 pools have already reopened, according to Anson Tang Tsz-on, president of Hong Kong Lifeguards General Union.

Hammer Hill Road swimming pool offers the perfect spot for children of all ages to have fun splashing around, with its pirate ship that shoots water cannons or the fun waterslides for serious splashing fun. Plus there’s fountains and games galore! Open from 6:30am through Monday morning cleaning services; admission costs HK$17 on weekdays and 19 on weekends (excludes concessionary rate for people aged below 60/students/ticket holders); monthly passes can also be purchased for all public pools in Hong Kong at discounted rates at reduced rates for just HK$300/monthly!

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