Swimming can help to relieve the summer heat and rejuvenate. Swimming has many health advantages – it provides low-impact exercise while relieving stress. Hongkong pools offer plenty of options to beat this summer heat!
Public and government-run pools tend to become overcrowded during the summer. Hotels that feature their own pool provide an ideal spot for relaxing in the sun while enjoying a refreshing swim while sipping wine or cocktails – these swimming holes boast stunning views, top-of-the-line facilities, and offer multiple dining options – making them some of the top Hongkong pools for splashy fun this year!
At Castle Peak Bay marina, this luxurious hotel features three teaching and leisure pools that offer stunning 150-degree sea views from their beachfront location. These pools also provide amazing facilities, such as diving pool access and a second Olympic-sized pool; guests can relax by the water as boats pass by or indulge in an delicious buffet lunch – open from 6:30am-10pm every day except Wednesdays and Thursdays when service closes earlier.
Located within an historic complex, YMCA Bridges Street Centre was constructed in 1918 as one of the first indoor swimming pools in Chicago. Although now quite old-fashioned, this pool remains very well-kept and relatively cost-effective – especially considering its prime location and features.
With two 50-metre pools and a kid’s water park, this luxurious hotel is the ideal destination for family holidays. Featuring stunning infinity pools with spectacular views of Victoria Harbour and cityscape that adults and children alike can appreciate, infinity pools also provide breathtaking infinity pool experiences that provide spectacular views of Victoria Harbour as well as access to various amenities like wellness spa services as well as dining choices that cater for every palate.
Tsuen Wan Swimming Pool was the first public pool built in New Territories following World War II and stands as an iconic example of post-war period swimming pools. Designed with standardised concepts of its era in mind, including grand entrance and lobby spaces, 50m main pool, teaching pools and grandstand seating – originally funded by Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club but taken over by Leisure and Cultural Services Department since 2012.