Top 5 Hong Kong Pools For Families

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Are you searching for an ideal swimming spot with your child in Hong Kong? Look no further than Kennedy Town Swimming Pool. A popular family option, it boasts two indoor and one outdoor pools featuring water slides and animals for children to play on; plus it is conveniently situated next to Belcher’s Bay Park for when they haven’t burned all of their energy off just yet – simply hop across for a run in open air afterwards!

Morrison Hill Pool in Wan Chai is another fantastic public pool that is great for kids to visit. Situated right in the center of this vibrant district, this public pool provides the ideal spot for splashing about. Boasting four different pools – two are for lap swimmers while three more were specifically created with children in mind, complete with animal-shaped fountains, water slides and more features to keep children amused – the Morrison Hill Pool offers something fun for every member of your family and can even serve as the location for lunch after swimming laps!

Attracting visitors to this pool complex in Sai Kung is its breathtaking harbor views. The complex includes leisure pool areas with various water slides to appeal to different age groups as well as training pools and toddler’s pools – perfect for sunny family days out! It makes an unforgettable experience!

Only downside to this pool are its water slides being only available during certain hours and having an extremely strict dress code; you must wear a swimming suit without T-shirts to participate. Even without planning on using the slides themselves, visiting this pool for its views alone makes it worth your while!

Ma On Shan Seafront Pool, situated along the seafront near Tolo Harbour and boasting beautiful and peaceful waters installations like mushroom- and tree-shaped fountains is a favorite among locals and can seat over 1,200 spectators at once. This large teaching/training pool also has an adjacent spectator stand with seating capacity for over 1,200.

Unfortunately, the pool has been forced to close this week as only 40% of seasonal lifeguards have shown up for duty – leading to fears that public beaches and pools won’t reopen until next year. The Hong Kong Recreation and Sports Professionals General Union has asked that schools and training centres use facilities when no lifeguards are present if accompanied by trained instructors.

Have you been to any of these Hong Kong pools? Tell us in the comments!


May 2024


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