Kowloon Park Indoor Pool | 九龙公园游泳池

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Kowloon Park Indoor Pool | 九龙公园游泳池
Kowloon Park Sports Centre, 22 Austin Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Tsim Mong District
Kowloon, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
2724 3577

Adult Admission Price & Policy

Weekdays: HKD 17; SC(60) HKD 8. Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays: HKD 19; SC HKD 9. [March 2021]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
50m x 25m, 10 lanes, ozone and chlorine sanitized, indoors, 28ºC (82ºF).
Pool 2
25m x 12.5m, 5 lanes, indoors, water temperature not reported.
Pool 3
25m, 4 lanes, indoors, water temperature not reported.
Pool 4
21m x 15m, unstriped diving pool, indoors, water temperature not reported.
Four 1m diving boards, three 3m diving boards, and 1m, 5m, 7.5m, and 10m diving platforms.


Located near the Austin Rd. end of Kowloon Park.
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

Teams That Use This Facility

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Facility Notes

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Facility Reviews

The pool can get very crowded and so is often not good for fast swimmers.
It’s nice, but the lane lines are ropes with small floats, so it’s choppy and often crooked. The pace is very slow and not always in circles - a free-for-all, but it’sbetter than a hotel pool. Hours 6:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. No boards etc. available. The dive well (90ºF!) was off limits when I was there. The lockers are nice and you can use your own lock, but wear sandals and shower back in your hotel.
You need an Octopus Card to pay the pool admission fee. Bring an HKD 5.00 coin to operate the locker. The coin is returned after use.
I was there at around 8 AM on a Thursday. If the lanes had been organized and people had swum in a circular pattern, the pool could easily have accommodated all the people in the pool. As it was, I couldn't get a good swim in and I stopped after 400 meters. You always need to look ahead for other people. It's a real pity because the facilities are nice. They really need to organize the lanes and teach people to do circular swimming.
[September, 2014]
I arrived here at 9 AM on a Monday and the place was packed. The main pool had two lanes closed for private sessions, there were two or three "circle swim" lanes with 15+ people each, and the rest of the pool was one giant "lane" with lots of elderly people milling about. The water was a bit too warm (well over 80ºF. [27ºC.]); the smaller 25m, training pool and dive well were both closed. The second 25m pool on the lower level is apparently reserved for the elderly and people with disabilities. Getting in a serious workout here it is near impossible, at least in the mornings. No spinners for drying your swimsuit. Bring a plastic bag, towel, flip flops and a $5 coin for the lockers.
[February, 2015]