Top 5 Hong Kong Pools

Hong Kong may conjure images of shopping or dim sum, not swimming. Yet this city boasts beautiful pools including one on top of a skyscraper and an infinity pond high up on a mountainside – perfect places for refreshing dips in summer heat! For an enjoyable swim and bite to eat in HKS pools.

For those who prefer the indoors, The Peninsula Hong Kong’s luxurious and show-stopping pool offers an elegant way to beat the heat and take a refreshing swim. Boasting its Roman-inspired design featuring statuesque columns and luxurious palatial features reminiscent of Italy, you may think you have left Asia altogether! Additionally, with three outdoor leisure pools as well as four heated indoor pools available during colder months – making the pool an excellent family attraction!

Ma On Shan Swimming Pool provides stunning views out toward Tolo Harbour with its spacious main pool featuring spectator stands to accommodate 1,200 viewers, teaching and diving pool, waterslides and fountains, plus there is even a toddler pool to keep little ones amused!

Eaton Hong Kong may be smaller than some other pools on our list, but that doesn’t stop its quirky pink and seafoam green color scheme and playful Wes Anderson-esque decor from coming through – not only that but Hong Kong doesn’t permit more than 30% capacity in most pool areas so this space should all be yours to enjoy!

Interested in combining swimming with delicious dining? Take advantage of their all-you-can-eat buffet which is included with entry. Plus, there are packages like massage and catered brunch and dinner available as add-ons!

The The Peninsula Hong Kong pool stands out among Hong Kong’s best places for swimming due to its luxurious, Roman-inspired interior and delicious shaved ice, so make sure you stop by after swimming for an icy treat! Don’t forget about their decadent Roman-inspired interior which makes the experience all the more luxurious. Plus they serve some delicious treats too, so why not stay after swimming for some delicious shaved ice?