Hong Kong Pools

Swimming is an enjoyable low-impact workout that is good for both physical and mental health. Studies have demonstrated its positive effects, such as relieving stress, lowering blood pressure and even increasing energy levels! Hong Kong boasts numerous beautiful pools perfect for swim workouts – an exercise option you should not pass up!

Even with coronavirus restrictions in effect, many pools remain open to the public and their hours vary according to each pool’s schedule. Before visiting any pools in Hong Kong make sure you consult their websites first! Here are a few of our favorites for you to visit:

Kids (and adults!) who enjoy water slides will find something of interest here, from slides designed specifically for toddlers all the way up to those more suitable for older kids and teens. Plus, their pools offer stunning Sai Kung views as you swim!

At Rosewood Hong Kong’s luxurious pool is truly spectacular! Guests can take a dip and unwind poolside with cocktails from Asaya Bar before swimming laps through its crystal waters – an excellent way to unwind in style – and Klook can help make sure that every moment counts during their stay! To truly make the most of your visit book a room now on Klook and make the most out of your stay!

Hotel Indigo boasts an eye-catching glass-bottomed pool on their 29th-floor rooftop that features breathtaking city skyline views from above, making this an idyllic spot to soak up some sun and capture Instagram-worthy pictures! Additionally, Klook provides amazing discounts when booking stays there – book today and start enjoying an incredible vacation getaway!

Swimming offers many health and social advantages, but it is vital that all swimmers know how to do it safely. The Hong Kong Pool Safety Code mandates that all swimmers wear lifeguard vests and be aware of potential risks before entering the water, with at least one swimming coach always present to oversee supervision in a swimming pool environment.

Should you experience an injury during swimming practice or competition, notify your swimming coach as soon as possible and follow his or her instructions. Coaches have been specially trained to recognize injuries in swimmers and provide appropriate first aid treatments. In addition, the LCSD advises swimmers to contact their local community centre or school for guidance regarding swimming safety issues.

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