Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

When the summer heat hits, nothing beats a refreshing dip in the cool waters of hongkong pools. Swimming not only provides a low-impact workout, it also helps you relieve stress and boost your mood. Plus, it’s a great activity to enjoy with friends and family, or just spend quality time on your own.

Whether you are looking for a pool with scenic views or a place to swim laps, there are plenty of options in Hong Kong. Here are some of our favourites:

Located on the 40th floor, this rooftop pool at Cordis Hong Kong offers stunning views over the city. Designed with fibre optic underwater lights, it adds a magical touch to your swimming experience. There are also comfortable lounge chairs around the pool, making it a perfect spot to relax and soak up the sunshine.

Situated at the seafront of Ma On Shan, this spacious pool complex looks out over Tolo Harbour. It includes a main pool along with spectator stands that can seat over 1,200 viewers, as well as two smaller training and teaching pools, and a toddler’s pool featuring whimsical water installations like mushroom and tree-shaped fountains. The pool also has four waterslides, which are among the fastest in Hong Kong, making it an ideal spot to take a splashy family outing.

The pool at this five-star hotel is a real showstopper. Inspired by classic Roman baths, it is decked out with elegant marble columns and features floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Victoria Harbour. It’s a luxurious and romantic pool where you can unwind with a loved one or enjoy the view with a refreshing drink from the adjacent bar. Plus, you can indulge in healthy poolside dining at the hotel’s award-winning restaurant after a swim.

Aside from being a beautiful and relaxing pool, this pool at the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong is also the world’s highest rooftop pool. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer a breathtaking panoramic view of the skyline, while LCD screens on the walls and ceiling display images of tropical fishes, bubbles and clouds. Guests can also enjoy a wide range of other activities, including a Jacuzzi and a sauna.

The entrance fee for public pools is HK$17 per person on weekdays and HK$19 on weekends. People with disabilities, those above 60, or full-time students can enjoy discounted rates.

Getting to Hong Kong’s best pools is easy – most are within walking distance of major MTR stations or bus stops. The only problem is deciding which one to visit first!