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Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

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As any Hong Konger will tell you, the city is sweltering all year round (except for one and a half months of delayed winter). A refreshing dip in a cool pool may not always be possible, but when it is, it’s worth the trek to these hongkong pools.

Whether you want to swim laps, practise diving or splash around with your kids, this vast complex has got you covered. On the first level is the main pool with spectator stands for 1,200, and on the second are a training and diving pool, as well as two kid-friendly pools featuring whimsical water installations like mushroom and tree-shaped fountains. The four waterslides here are also the longest in town, standing at 9 metres and allowing you to experience a bird’s-eye view of Tolo Harbour.

This unique circular indoor pool looks out to Tung Chung Bay and is designed in a seashell shape, allowing natural sunlight to flood the space. It’s also a great place to people-watch and enjoy the scenic surroundings while doing your morning laps. The outdoor pool, meanwhile, has a piano-shaped pool and a twisting 28-metre waterslide, so you’re sure to find the perfect spot for a family day out.

The best way to beat the summer heat is by cooling off at a hotel pool. While some are open to the public, others are only accessible to guests of the hotel.

A rooftop pool with sweeping views of the cityscape is a must-have in any Hong Kong trip. Located at the Rosewood Hong Kong, this pool is only open to those staying at the hotel and comes complete with underwater music, premium-comfort cabanas and more to help you escape the Hong Kong heat.

When it comes to swanky swimming pools, it doesn’t get much better than this. The pool at Eaton Hong Kong’s art deco building is the epitome of luxury, from its marbled Roman columns to its striped lounge chairs. Plus, the fact that Hong Kong doesn’t allow more than 30% capacity in pool areas means you’re likely to have this stunning space all to yourself.

Besides the hotel pools, there are several open-air and rooftop pools to choose from, including this spacious complex in Wong Chuk Hang. While the main pool is small, it has plenty of lanes for you to do your laps and is perfect for a leisurely swim. There’s even a diving pool and a diving tower if you’re feeling adventurous.

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