Hong Kong Pools – The Best Places to Cool Off in the Heat

Swimming can provide the ideal escape from Hong Kong’s oppressive heat while providing physical exercise – something swimming has been proven to do. Swimming has been proven to improve cardiovascular and respiratory health, lower stress levels and help with weight loss; furthermore it may reduce chronic disease risks like heart diseases and stroke risk, making swimming increasingly attractive as a form of escape.

Hong Kong boasts some of the world’s most stunning pools for both luxury and casual pool experiences alike, from The Peninsula’s indoor sand-filled pool to The Ritz-Carlton’s glass bottomed 82nd floor pool – here are some of its best swim spots.

With summer just around the corner, more and more people are considering hitting up the pool. Unfortunately, due to lifeguard shortages caused by industrial action, many public swimming pools have been closed until at least next week; prompting fears that classes will be cancelled and pool culture may suffer as a result.

Leisure and Cultural Services Department reports that 24 of its public pools have reopened, while others will do so starting next Monday. Each pool will allow up to 50 per cent capacity swimmers. In addition, some have been disinfected in preparation for new swimmers.

While most stunning swimming pools can be found at hotels or private clubs, public pools in the city should also be explored. Entrance costs are low-cost; many even provide wellness classes such as aqua yoga or tai chi. Plus, with breathtaking city views to take in while getting some vitamin D.

No matter which pool you visit, it’s crucial that you take proper precautions when entering the water. Not only should this mean avoiding polluted waters like dirty swimming pools but also safeguarding yourself from diseases such as diarrhea and skin infections; to do this effectively it is recommended that when entering polluted waters to cover both your nose and mouth as well as wear protective clothing such as swimsuit, snorkel masks and goggles – don’t forget your sunscreen either! Additionally swimming regularly can boost immunity as well as lead to healthier living through improved immunity as well as lead to healthier lifestyle changes which in turn leads to healthier living overall – all aspects that make life better!