Hong Kong Pools That Are Still Open

Swimming not only offers great cardiovascular fitness benefits, but it can also offer incredible health advantages. Swimming reduces stress, boosts energy levels and promotes overall wellness – no wonder so many people love spending their free time at Hongkong pools!

Hong Kong’s latest and coolest pools provide stunning city views as well as fun water activities for people of all ages – from waterslides to fountains – these public pools will leave you feeling rejuvenated in no time!

Are you seeking the ultimate luxury when it comes to relaxing by the pool? Visit the Ritz-Carlton pool. This spectacular indoor pool will not only impress but is also the perfect place for relaxation with amazing views over Victoria Harbour. Plus, day passes to their wellness facilities give access to this lovely spot as well.

Cordis Pool provides an oasis of relaxation in Mongkok’s hectic streets, featuring Roman-inspired design with statuesque columns to transport you away to Rome-style vacation. Open to both hotel guests and non-hotel visitors alike, come take a dip and unwind while taking in Hong Kong’s breathtaking skyline view!

While Hong Kong beaches and public pools have mostly reopened following the coronavirus pandemic, some places are still closed out of health reasons and it could be harder for swimmers looking for places specifically tailored towards athletes or swimmers to find suitable spots to swim.

Hong Kong Pools That Remain Open

The LCSD recently announced that 24 public swimming pools have fully reopened while 17 have partially reopened as part of an initiative prompted by a decrease in coronavirus cases reported over time. Furthermore, several private pools have also reopened their doors for business.

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