Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

Swimming is a fun, low-impact workout that is perfect for the summer. It can also help to reduce stress and boost energy levels – so you’ll be ready to take on the day!

If you’re looking for an inspiring place to swim, look no further than Hong Kong’s breathtaking rooftop pools. These stunning pools boast some of the most spectacular views in the city. So sit back, relax and enjoy your time at these top hongkong pools.

While the cool sniff of autumn may have the municipal lanes reopening for their annual swim, it looks like many public swimming pools will remain closed this season due to a lifeguard shortage. The government has already admitted that it will be difficult to meet this year’s minimum number of lifeguards for all beaches and pools as only 40 per cent of its seasonal lifeguards have turned up so far.

Despite the shortfall, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department is continuing with its measures to recruit more lifeguards by increasing their salary and offering them two-year contracts. They have also stepped up the monitoring of recruitment progress, ensuring that all public swimming pools are properly staffed by the start of the summer season.

While public pools are a great way to cool off and keep up with your exercise regime, there’s nothing quite like escaping to a hotel pool for some much-needed relaxation. With a wide range of hotels in the city boasting some amazing outdoor and rooftop pools, it’s easier than ever to get a refreshing dip in this cosmopolitan metropolis.

Here’s our pick of the best hotel pools in Hong Kong to help you beat the heat this summer!

This rooftop pool has an incredible view over the iconic skyline of Hong Kong. With a tropical atmosphere and palm trees, this pool is the perfect spot to soak up some sun and recharge.

Located on the 40th floor of this luxury hotel, this outdoor pool has been fitted with fibre optic underwater lighting to create a magical experience while you’re swimming. Afterwards, you can lounge on the surrounded deck and cabanas or head to the jacuzzi to unwind.

The first pool on our list to feature an iridescent glass wall, this stunning rooftop pool is sure to impress. The glass walls reflect the blues of the sky and water to add a dramatic effect to your experience while you’re swimming.

This pool’s unique seashell-like design uses materials such as zinc and glass to minimize glare. You can even swim while enjoying a stunning view of Ngong Ping cable cars!

The indoor complex at Kwun Tong includes both a main pool and two teaching pools, so it’s the ideal choice for a warm-weather swim. And with a heated section and jacuzzi, this pool is open throughout the winter as well!