More of a playground than a sports complex, the swimming pool is equipped with fountains and lounge chairs, and also a kiddie pool. The whole park–including the swimming pool–is a family-friendly destination and a well-liked spot by Macau locals, including experienced swimmers who go there to train.
The pool isn’t deep, which is ideal for playtime with the kids and groups of teenagers! Armbands are mandatory for small children and several lounges, chairs and tables are available for free under shade and sun as well. There are lifeguards there. The venue is equipped with lockers, showers, and bathrooms and also a small gym and shaded area where visitors can rest and snack.
Entry fares range between MOP$5 and MOP$15 and the pool is open seven days a week for all to enjoy.
Opening hours: *Daily, 7:00am–11:00am (1st slot), 12:00pm–4:00pm (2nd slot), 5:00pm–9:00pm (3rd slot)
*Closed on Wednesdays from 7:00am–11:00am
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