Hong Kong Pools

Swimming may not be one of the hottest ways to keep cool in Hong Kong yet, but it remains an effective means of cooling off. Our city boasts 44 public swimming pools spread out across it all with water slides and other features for kids to keep them entertained; adult admission costs just $17 on weekdays while weekends/public holidays cost just $19 – children aged three years or under can swim free!

Now that coronavirus restrictions have eased, swimming pools are opening back up. But don’t rush back out there immediately; certain pools may still be closed for cleaning or maintenance and repairs; please refer to Leisure and Cultural Services Department website before heading out.

Kennedy Town Water sports centre offers families an appealing option with two indoor and two outdoor pools, a Jacuzzi, leisure pool with fountains and water slides designed for different age groups, Jacuzzi tub and Jacuzzi tub. Once kids have expended all their energy they can head next door to Belcher’s Bay Park to run free or take part in some outdoor play activities.

Tai Po swimming pool offers plenty of slides for children of all ages to explore, with an impressive collection of Hong Kong’s longest and highest water slides available for sliding fun. Packed on weekends but more sedate during weekdays; with seven pools including teaching, diving and children’s ones.

This popular swimming pool near Ocean Park is an absolute hit with kids thanks to its pirate ship and water cannons, water slides, and even an area designed exclusively for toddlers!

Sai Kung offers an impressive variety of indoor and outdoor pools for families to enjoy together, making this location another family favourite. Older kids especially may appreciate it due to its challenging water slides.

Near the airport and offering stunning sea and Hong Kong Island views, this park makes an excellent stopover. Indulge in its Jacuzzi, leisure pools, kids’ pool with water slides and animals – it has everything needed to keep them occupied!