Top 5 Hong Kong Pools in Summer

Swimming is an amazing exercise for your body. It reduces stress, burns calories and makes you feel energized! Plus, there are so many great hk pools for kids and adults alike.

But, let’s be honest – most public and government-run pools can get crowded during summer, especially in the city! If you’re looking for a quiet place to cool off with a tipple, a hotel pool is the way to go. Not only do they offer (semi) privacy, top-notch facilities and breathtaking views – but they also usually come with poolside dining and drinks options! So, here are our top hotel pools that you can hit up as the temperature soars.

With a view to die for, this rooftop pool has the most spectacular panorama of Hong Kong’s skyline and Victoria Harbour. Usually exclusive to hotel guests, the pool is open to outsiders on the weekends for events.

It’s a must-visit for any pool lover! The water slides and fountains here are fun for both young and old, and it’s a great place to spend your afternoon with the kids. The pool is located on the 76th floor, so you can expect to be surrounded by a view of the city that’ll take your breath away.

There are eight pools in this beautiful, family-friendly venue! The Olympic sized main pool is perfect for laps, and the kids’ and leisure pools are both fantastic. You can even practice your diving in their new diving pool! The facility is open from 6:30am to 10:00pm, with breaks from 12-1 and 6:00-7:00pm. The pool is closed for cleaning on Thursdays.

Located in the heart of Hong Kong Island, this public pool is perfect for families! The main pool is a great spot for swimming laps, and the leisure pool has a variety of water slides to keep the kids happy. Plus, the staff are always friendly and helpful.

The biggest pool in Hong Kong, this incredible location is a great choice for a day out with the family! The huge main pool has plenty of lanes for a splash-around, and there are also two other swimming pools and a diving pool. There’s even a separate children’s pool with swirling slides!

There are 44 public swimming pools in the city managed by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Most are open during the week, but some close for cleaning on different days of the week and for maintenance periodically throughout the year. During this time, it’s best to check the individual pools’ websites before heading out. Public swimming pools cost HK$17 on weekdays and HK$19 on weekends, with discounts for seniors and students. You can also purchase a yearly public swimming pool pass for a discounted rate!