Hong Kong may not immediately conjure images of beautiful beaches and relaxing pool-side loungers, but that doesn’t mean this fast-paced metropolis lacks beautiful pools – including one with world’s highest pool, natural infinity pond on mountainside, as well as some desirable hotel pools.
Are You Searching For Refreshment After A Long Day In Hongkong Pools? For an invigorating swim or simply to unwind after an exhausting day in the office, Hongkong pools provide the ideal place to unwind. From rooftop infinity pools with breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour to natural lakes in Lantau – these photo-worthy swimming holes will leave you feeling refreshed and revived!
The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong offers the world’s highest pool, located on its 118th floor at 484 meters above sea level and offering stunning views of Hong Kong island through floor-to-ceiling windows, while LCD screens display images of tropical fish, bubbles and clouds. Furthermore, its underwater music system keeps temperatures comfortable at 25 degrees Celsius (77 Fahrenheit).
While not open for public swimming, the luxurious hotel does offer a spectacular outdoor infinity pool worth checking out. Surrounded by lush vegetation and boasting incredible views of the city skyline, this pool provides the ideal place for an afternoon swim, sunbathing or socialising with friends.
As well as stunning views, this resort features plenty of activities – from sports and spa services to an incredible infinity pool that features glass panels to allow a view of the glistening waters below and loungers lining its edge for guests to relax in its cool waters.
An afternoon at the Four Seasons’ Mid-levels pool offers one of Hong Kong’s most stunning panoramas: lap pool, plunge pool and whirlpool boast breathtaking views of Victoria Harbour as you soak up some sun.
Make sure to book a room with a view and spend some time at the pool, especially at sunset, in order to experience and take in all that is special about this resort’s calming ambiance and breathtaking landscapes.
Not only will you find stunning interiors at K11 Artus, but its rooftop infinity pool also makes an eye-catching statement at Victoria Dockside. Enjoy unparalleled views of Victoria Harbour from Victoria Dockside while taking a refreshing swim. To ensure a prime viewing spot and have time for lunch at Asaya restaurant afterwards!
Due to miscommunication between government and unions, 38 public pools remain closed as of Thursday. But with an eased of social distancing rules in phase-two set for January 6, swimmers will soon be allowed into these venues provided that it has been disinfected properly and only 50 people attend at once.