Hong Kong Pools – The Perfect Place to Cool Off in the Summer Heat

In a city where most of us have a tough time making it to the beach on a sunny day, hk pools offer a refreshing alternative. The perfect way to cool off in the summer heat, they are also ideal for families with kids, as most public swimming pools have a leisure pool and a swimming pool for adults with a water slides and fountains, and many have family changing rooms.

The Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department has announced that the majority of the city’s 22 public swimming pools have reopened. They are still closed on certain days of the week and regularly for cleaning and maintenance, so it is a good idea to check the website before you plan your visit.

There are many pools to choose from, including some with stunning views of the iconic skyline and Victoria Harbour. The 76th floor rooftop pool at W Hong Kong is a favourite for its stunning panoramic views and stylish design, as well as the mosaic wall which makes the perfect Instagram backdrop. While this pool is normally exclusive to hotel guests, outsiders can enjoy the rooftop experience at weekends during the summer.

Located beside Castle Peak Bay marina, this pool is the perfect spot to relax and unwind. It features palm-fringed pools (one for adults, one for children) as well as a water park for kids with water buckets, sprayers and floor fountains, which means the kids won’t get bored while you take some time to unwind and read a book.

With two water slides suitable for varying ages, this is a fun and exciting pool that is sure to keep the kids happy while mum and dad do some laps. The beautiful Sai Kung scenery and sea view will also make this a memorable visit for the whole family.

This fun-filled pool has plenty to offer, from its pirate ship with water cannons to the waterslides and fountains. The best part of all is that this is a public pool, which means the whole family can spend the afternoon together without breaking the bank!

With a day pass available for HK$988, the price includes full access to the premium heat and water facilities, as well as a free wellness consultation and spa credit. You can also purchase a wellness membership at the price of HK$5,888 per month to enjoy unlimited use of the facility and additional benefits such as personal training sessions and free access to the swimming pool.