5 Hong Kong Pools to Cool Off This Summer

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Are you in Hong Kong looking for ways to beat the heat this summer? Swimming may be just what’s needed! With numerous HK pools featuring water slides and activities suitable for all the family, swimming offers an effective means of cooling off while providing excellent exercise benefits – here are some great pools you should visit this season.

The Kerry Hotel’s outdoor pool offers the perfect spot for children and adults to cool off this summer, offering stunning views of Victoria Harbour from loungers surrounded by tropical plants. Plus, Red Sugar Terrace Bar serves a selection of craft beers and cocktails close by!

Attracted many tourists due to its prime location and immense public pool complex, this Hong Kong pool is incredibly popular and for good reason. Boasting Olympic-sized swimming pool, two diving pools and recreational pool (featuring lazy river, water slides and children’s pool), as well as ample parking on weekdays until 10:00pm; its leisure pool remains open till late evening!

In addition to its main pool, this Hong Kong pool also offers four giant water slides that will delight all ages as well as several smaller slides designed for toddlers. Furthermore, it serves as a wonderful gathering spot for kids looking for fun things to do together during their free time.

At the center of Hong Kong lies this pool, offering families a great place to cool off this summer. Just a short walk away from Central MTR Station, the outdoor training pool also boasts small water slides and fountains to play with! However, Mondays will see this venue closed due to cleaning.

This Hong Kong pool is well-known as one of the city’s child-friendly options, boasting water slides for all ages and covered by trees, mushrooms and mushroom-shaped fountains. Furthermore, there’s also a round stepping pool and toddler’s pool available – though unfortunately maintenance activities will close it from November to March each year.

Hong Kong boasts 44 public swimming pools managed by Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), all requiring valid ID to enter. Entry fees range between HK$17 on weekdays to HK$19 at weekends and holidays with reduced admission rates available for persons with disabilities or 60-year old or over, full-time students or those over 60. Children aged three or under swim free. You can view the current opening hours on LCSD’s website.