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

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Whether it’s the blazing sun, insufferable humidity or torrential rain, there’s no better way to beat Hong Kong’s scorching summer heat than a cool dip. Jumping into one of the city’s fabulous hk pools is an experience that will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

With 44 public swimming pools scattered throughout the city, you’re spoiled for choice. Here are some of our top picks to help you decide where to take a swim.

Opened in 1918, the YMCA Bridges Street Centre is an iconic building that houses the first indoor pool in the city. This pool offers a great location and is fairly affordable in comparison to other pools. Plus, they host swimming lessons for kids too!

If you’re looking for a pool with a view, look no further than Kerry Hotel’s gorgeous 25-metre heated outdoor pool. It is surrounded by tropical plants and loungers, making it the perfect spot to relax poolside and work on your tan. The hotel’s popular terrace bar, Red Sugar is also nearby, so you can enjoy a refreshing drink after your swim. Day passes are available starting at HK$988.

For a truly luxurious pool experience, head to the W Hong Kong to their stunning rooftop pool called WET. The 76th floor pool is perched above the city and harbour, offering an incredible view that will definitely be worth the selfie! The pool is also equipped with soothing underwater audio and dancing fibre optic lights for a unique experience.

Another option is to head over to the Morrison Hill Swimming Pool, located in the heart of Wan Chai. This is a great family-friendly pool, with two indoor pools and an outdoor pool complete with water slides and animals. It’s also right next to Belcher’s Bay Park, so you can easily let your kids burn off all that energy playing outdoors.

The LCSD pools offer a variety of packages and membership tiers, with prices starting at HK$1,200 for adults on weekdays and HK$1,300 on weekends and public holidays. You can also sign up for their annual wellness membership, which allows you to use the pool and gym all year round and comes with other perks such as personal training sessions and spa credit.