Top 5 Places To Go Swimming in Dongguan

Top 5 Places To Go Swimming in Dongguan

[21st July 2017] According to our, the Swim-Across-the-Pearl-River Event will be held on Tuesday the 25th of July at 2.30pm. 2,000 people (40 groups of 50) are expected to take the plunge in the annual event. It will be held at the Guangzhou section of the Pearl River, from the Zhongda Pier (Sun Yat-sen University) to Xinghai Concert Hall. 25 organisations have entered swimmers from cities including Guangzhou, Foshan, Heyuan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Qingyuan, Zhaoqing and Qingyuan.

  • The swimmers are aged between 15 and 55 years of age!
  • All swimmers have been tested and passed.
  • Around 750 lifeguards are involved.
  • Around 55 lifeboats are on standby.
  • This is the 12th year of the event.

Good luck to all involved.

Rather you, than me…


From lakeside infinity pools to outdoor water parks

[July 2015] The sun is shining, the rainy season is behind us, and school has finished for another year. It’s the perfect time to go to the pool. HubHao looked at the top places to go swimming in Dongguan this summer.

1. Tranquility By The Lake – Hyatt Regency, Songshan Lake

At the Hyatt Regency, nestled in the garden amongst the trees, is an infinity pool with a vanishing edge that disappears off into the lake. Make the time in your schedule and allow your mind to become as still as the lake before you.

The Hyatt Regency also has an indoor pool and spa. There is hot and cold plunge pools as well as jacuzzis and beds in the water to massage your back. A day pass costs 300RMB but includes access to both pools and the spa. There are also several membership packages available.

Address: Hyatt Regency, Qin Yuan Road, Song Shan Lake (东莞市松山湖高新技术产业开发区沁园路凯悦酒店)
Tel: 2289 1234
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 20:00
Use the arrow below to continue reading this article and find a place near you to take a dip and relieve the heat

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Edward O'Neill

Born to Irish parents in London and raised in Middlesbrough. As a child I reached the European championships of Lego before I threw a tantrum and broke the pirate ship I was building. Now as Content Manager for HubHao I feel like I have finally reached a similar high and this time I am determined there will be no tantrums. I have been living in Dongguan for the past four years but this city still has lots of surprises to be had and secrets to be found. I’m looking forward to writing for our readers and to working alongside the talented writers.

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