Hong Kong Pools

Hong Kong has 44 public swimming pools administered by Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD), 9 on Hong Kong Island, 13 in Kowloon and 22 in the New Territories. Most serve recreational needs; some provide training opportunities or competitions as well. A few have water slides as well. There are also private indoor and outdoor pools managed by swimming clubs within Hong Kong’s territory.

An outdoor pool can add value and excitement to any backyard, but its costs can add up quickly. Therefore, it is wise to research all available options and understand costs before making a decision. Knowing these numbers will help keep costs within your budget while knowing which upgrades can add extra expense.

When looking for a pool, it is helpful to compare prices and options from several companies before selecting one for your project. Doing this will ensure you receive both high quality and great value from their work; quality pools also tend to last longer with reduced maintenance requirements than their cheaper counterparts, which makes choosing a reputable service with warranties all the more crucial.

Reliable pool installation companies not only offer quality products, but they offer outstanding customer service as well. If you have questions or are concerned about your installation process, the right customer service representative should be able to address these inquiries as well as offer guidance on how best to use and care for your new pool.

Finding a pool that suits both your lifestyle and needs is of utmost importance. Many don’t realize this when shopping, but by taking time to consider all available options you should find your ideal match in no time at all!

Ma On Shan Swimming Pool is an ideal destination for families, thanks to its spacious layout and stunning sea views. In addition to the main pool, this facility also offers teaching/diving pools as well as four waterslides – two are said to be Hong Kong’s fastest! Additionally, guests can purchase beverages or snacks from its snack bar to stay hydrated and energetic during their visit.