Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

Swimming is a great way to stay cool in the summer, and it’s good for your health. But where are the best hk pools to go for a dip? We’ve got a list of our top picks, so you can splash in style.

With a dazzling view over the Victoria Harbour, Four Seasons Hong Kong’s pool terrace is an extravagant resort-like sanctuary perfect for the fitness-obsessed and those simply looking to chill. They’ve got a free-form infinity pool, lap and plunge pool as well as a hot tub to help you relax after your swim. And don’t forget to order a Berry Smoothie (mixed berries, yoghurt and apple juice), or add a scoop of protein powder for an added boost.

You don’t need to be a Four Seasons guest to swim here; you can buy a day pool pass for HK$500 on weekdays. The hotel is one of the most popular in town with visitors and locals alike, so expect to share this spot with others. This rooftop pool is also a great place to snap some Instagrammable shots — the glass-bottomed pool makes it especially photogenic!

Kids will be entertained for hours at this family-friendly pool, which features three outdoor leisure pools complete with waterfalls, rocks and a footbridge. There are also four indoor pools if the weather isn’t ideal. This is a great choice for families with young children and is usually very busy during the weekends and holidays.

This Sai Kung pool is a favourite among water slide fans, with several slides suitable for kids of all ages. The pool has seven pools in total including teaching, diving and leisure pools, as well as a toddlers’ pool. You can find more information on their website.

Located in the heart of the city, this pool is a great option for those wanting to get a workout and take in some gorgeous views at the same time. The swanky pool deck features loungers, towels and other amenities, plus there’s an onsite gym for those wanting to take their workout to the next level.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced swimmer, this is the perfect spot to improve your skills. The LCSD runs regular lessons and workshops for all abilities, as well as competitive teams for those who want to challenge themselves. The pool is also the home of the HKFC Swimming and Triathlon Society, which is open to all HKFC members over 16 who can swim at least 500m non-stop in any stroke. Those who join can compete in various competitions and swimming galas hosted by the club, as well as other open-water races and marathons. This is a great opportunity for adults to get some exercise while having fun with their friends and family.