Make this summer the best one yet in Hong Kong by taking a refreshing swim in one of our many stunning pools! No matter if you want an oasis in the heart of the city or simply something quiet to relax at; our premium above ground swimming pools require no professional installation – setup takes less than 30 minutes with just 2 people involved!
Aquaria Pools, a company offering luxury above-ground pools as an easy and cost-effective alternative to inground ones, has chosen us as their official pool supplier in Hong Kong. Their portable, lightweight and sturdy pools feature triple layer reinforced materials to provide maximum strength and durability; furthermore they come equipped with high-quality accessories making them the perfect swimming and entertainment solution for outdoor use! What’s even better: delivery and setup services can be provided free of charge anywhere within Hong Kong!
Apart from its luxurious facilities, the hotel’s swimming pool is the highlight of the property. Situated on the 76th floor, it provides breathtaking views of Hong Kong’s skyline and Victoria Harbour from its panoramic 76th-floor location. Boasting an Instagram-friendly mosaic wall as a backdrop, guests can sign up for its annual wellness membership – at just HK$65,000 per person (HK$120,000 for couples), which gives full access to its pool, fitness centre, changing room as well as complimentary wellness consultations and spa credits – for even greater views from 76th-floor.
Kwun Tong Pool is ideal for families, offering both indoor and outdoor pools with small slides, fountains and even animals to climb upon! Visitors can try kayaking or windsurfing! Please note that on Wednesdays this location closes for cleaning purposes.
Offering breathtaking 150-degree views of Hong Kong’s skyline, this pool is an absolute must if you want a tranquil and relaxing experience. Open from 6:30am to 10pm with breaks between 12-1pm and 6:00-7:00pm respectively, it provides the ideal place for swimming while admiring boats and ships sail by.
This week, the special administrative region will ease coronavirus restrictions while maintaining their bans on bars and public pools as well as capping the number of people allowed to gather at once in public places at four.
While Hong Kong pools have been gearing up to reopen, they will not operate at full capacity until more lifeguards are hired. According to the Hong Kong Government Lifeguards General Union, lifeguard shortages have been particularly acute and could result in class cancellations and safety concerns; consequently they urge that all public pools reopen without restrictions; however the government argues that opening partial pools will have negative repercussions for swimming industry development and swimmers; it also puts strain on local health services.