Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

When summer hits, Hong Kong’s public and government-owned swimming pools tend to get pretty crowded. And although they do have some great features, it’s hard to beat the convenience of a hotel pool, where you can cool off while enjoying top-notch facilities, amazing views and luscious food and drinks.

The good news is that despite the ongoing shortage of lifeguards, some pool facilities are still open. And to help you escape the sweltering heat and enjoy some quality time in the water, we’ve rounded up the best swimming pools in Hong Kong – from infinity pools with views of Victoria Harbour to fun-filled kids zones.

This showstopping indoor pool at the Ritz-Carlton in Hong Kong features a stunning bottom-to-ceiling window that lets you admire the city’s iconic skyline as you swim. The dazzling water feature also has 144 LED screens that simulate coral reefs and the sun’s bright blue skies, creating an out-of-this-world experience for any swimmer.

Located on the 23rd floor of the luxurious hotel in Kowloon, this impressive pool is one of the most Instagram-worthy spots in the city. The glass-bottomed pool is surrounded by lounge chairs where guests can relax and soak up the sun while sipping on their favorite cocktail. If you’re feeling hungry, you can also order a snack from the pool bar or dine at the on-site restaurant.

One of the most popular public swimming pools in Hong Kong, this vast complex in Wong Chuk Hang is a go-to destination for locals and tourists alike. With two outdoor and four indoor pools, the huge complex is a great place to practise your laps and enjoy all kinds of water sports. And for those with little ones, there are a number of exciting slides that they’ll love!

One of Hong Kong’s most impressive and eye-catching pools, this beautiful facility is home to an Olympic-sized pool that’s a great place for swimmers of all ages. In addition to the main pool, there are two diving pools and two kids’ pools to keep everyone entertained.

With a wide range of pools, including a kids’ pool and a spa pool with three different temperature zones and strong jets for massages, this expansive complex is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day in Hong Kong. The poolside lounge area is complete with cosy daybeds, which are the ideal spot for swimmers to spend the afternoon in the sun and enjoy a refreshing drink or snack from the on-site bar.

The largest swimming pool in the whole of Hong Kong, this massive complex is packed with activities for swimmers of all ages. From the longest and highest water slides in Hong Kong to a leisure pool and diving pool, this huge complex has something for all types of swimmers. And for those who want to save money, a monthly ticket is available at the pool for just HK$150.