We keep passing the pool and saying we'd go there one day but have been put off by reports about how packed it is all the time and how dirty the water is as a result.
The days of hot weather, however, made the prospect of a swim so inviting.
We were in luck (or out of it, depending on how you see it). It's free entry day today so we saved ourselves HK$20 each.
But that also meant a really crowded pool with kids zig zagging all over the place and adults hogging the lap lane to just soak and catch up with village gossip.
The pool was nice enough – nowhere near Olympic size though – and it had the one requirement I always ask of a pool: it was 1.25m at the deepest end so the water was never over my head.
If the temperature continues to climb, I'd probably go there again. But never on a free-entry day.