YMCA of Hong Kong & The Salisbury Hotel
Kowloon, Hong Kong S.A.R., CHINA (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF)
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When I visited, of the six lanes, two were having lessons, two were for open swimming, one was for circular lap swimming, and one was for "fast circular lap swimming". The pool was very crowded, with about six people per lane, and people seemed to largely ignore the lane designations. Both lap lanes had very slow swimmers, and some that ignored the circular swim rule and inexplicably would switch to the wrong side of the lane, so I had to constantly be on alert to avoid running into someone. I managed a decent workout but it wasn't very pleasant. This would be a great pool if it weren't so busy or if the rules were enforced.
Stay in the Y's hotel, the Salisbury, for the full benefit of an inexpensive hotel (for Hong Kong), great views, and good athletic facilities.