Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

Whether it’s the blazing sun or the insufferable humidity, Hong Kong summers can be downright brutal. So, if you’re looking for an escape, look no further than our city’s fabulous public swimming pools.

With 44 public pools scattered throughout the territory, you’re spoiled for choice. Admission prices are fixed no matter where you go, $17 for adults on weekdays and $19 on weekends and public holidays. Children and seniors are $8 or $9, depending on age. Lockers are available for a refundable deposit of HK$5 or you can bring your own padlock to secure your valuables.

You’ll find an indoor main pool, a second swimming pool, and two teaching pools at this massive complex. It also boasts an outer area with a sunbathing terrace, perfect for when you just want to relax with a book and forget about the heat outside.

This large outdoor pool overlooks the sea. With a total of four waterslides (two of which are said to be the fastest in the country), there’s plenty here to keep you cool and entertained. There’s also a separate kids’ pool, so you can make sure the little ones are safe and having fun too.

The only thing better than a day at the pool is a day at the beach! And luckily, Hong Kong is home to a handful of spectacular beaches that are a must-visit. Whether you’re after a quiet spot for some peace and tranquility, or somewhere to party it up and let your hair down, there’s something for everyone here.

There are a number of things to consider when choosing a hotel in Hong Kong, from the location to the amenities and service on offer. But perhaps the most important factor of all is the price. Whether you’re traveling solo or with the family, it’s important to find a hotel that fits your budget without sacrificing quality.

If you’re planning a trip to Hong Kong this year, here are some of our top recommendations for hotels that fit the bill.

From the opulent and lavish to the quaint and affordable, these hotels have something for every budget.

In a bid to cut down on the amount of plastic waste, some hotels in Hong Kong have stopped providing free plastic bottles of water, toothbrushes and combs to their guests. In addition, some have started charging for Wi-Fi in their rooms.

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