Swimming is a great form of exercise for the whole family, not only does it burn calories, but it also reduces stress, boosts energy levels and strengthens the immune system. It is also a fun way to spend time with the family. With an active trough of low pressure bringing heavy showers to the city, swimming pools are getting busy early this week. The Kennedy Town Pool, which opened on Thursday, was packed in the early hours of the morning.
Besides offering the best swimming facilities, these pools also offer an array of exciting water slides and other fun activities for kids. In fact, it is one of the most popular hongkong pools for families with young children. It has a main pool, diving and teaching pools, as well as a leisure pool for adults. It also has a large number of water slides that are especially suitable for older kids and teens.
It is no surprise that this destination public pool is popular among locals and tourists alike. It offers one of the most extensive sets of swimming pools among all government-owned pools, with seven pools including teaching, leisure and diving pools. The pool is also famous for having the highest and longest water slides in Hong Kong, making it a popular choice among visitors looking for some family-friendly fun.
With a dazzling view of Hong Kong’s iconic skyline, this palatial indoor pool is the perfect place to soak up the summer sun and relax in style. This unique Roman-inspired pool boasts wide marble columns, coffered ceilings and cornices that give it a luxurious and regal feel.
This pool is a hotspot among fitness buffs and health enthusiasts. It is located on the 50th floor of the luxury hotel and is open to both members and non-members. Apart from the rooftop infinity pool, there is also a jacuzzi pool and a plunge pool that are equipped with underwater speakers. In addition, the pool has a slew of other facilities like deck chairs, a spa and a high-speed internet connection.
Guests of the hotel can enjoy exclusive access to the pool, while outsiders can visit the pool on weekends during the summer. Admission fees are HK$17 on weekdays and HK$19 on weekends, with concessionary rates available for those who are above 60, below 13, students or people with disabilities.