A Guide to Hong Kong Pools

Are You Searching For Fun Ways to Relax in Hong Kong? Swimming can be an enjoyable way to do just that – helping burn calories while simultaneously building muscle. Plus, it offers stunning views! Check out our guide of Hong Kong pools to find where the nearest pool may be found for some great aquatic action!

When looking to escape Hong Kong’s hectic pace, nothing beats relaxing by the hotel pool! These hotels provide breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s skyline while providing an ideal place for unwinding and relaxation.

From rooftops of iconic buildings to luxurious high-rises, there are various hotels with something extra that will make your pool day even more memorable.

At the W Hotel in Wan Chai district lies an exquisite indoor pool that’s great for cooling off in. Surrounded by statuesque columns that create an opulent palatial ambiance, its beauty has made this pool one of the highlights of its summer events – which guests are welcome to use freely!

Indicolite Hotel boasts an attractive rooftop pool. Although not the largest rooftop pool in town, this impressive spot still has stunning views that will definitely impress. Plus, their pool bar provides the ideal place for relaxation with cocktails and snacks!

This resort is a favorite among both locals and visitors to escape the hectic pace of city living. Both its indoor and outdoor pools are gorgeous; but especially impressive is its outdoor one shaped like a piano with its twisting slide resembling a waterfall. Although this hotel may become overrun, you’re always guaranteed an open seat in one of its lounge chairs by the pool or at its jacuzzi!

Sai Kung Pool boasts not only an exquisite pool but also offers multiple varieties to meet every need – lanes for training, a free-form teaching pool and leisure pools for relaxation and leisure purposes. Furthermore, numerous lifeguards are always present to ensure safety.

Hong Kong public swimming pools are overseen by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), consisting of 44 public pools across Hong Kong. There are 9 on Hong Kong Island, 13 in Kowloon and 22 in the New Territories – these numbers do not include private pools that may have existed prior to environmental concerns and labor shortages closing them down. Under Hong Kong Law Chapter 132 Sections 42 to 45 the LCSD has management responsibility of public pools including water slides, diving boards and other amenities – to find out more please click here or call them ahead before coming along – these pools open from 6:30AM until 5.00PM daily and you can check its status by calling ahead or simply stopping in before hand!