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Q: any good swimming pool in hangzhou?

Ni Hao!

This is my third week here in Hangzhou and i try to learn more about city.
I wonder if someone can help about finding a good swimming pool here in Hangzhou?

I used to swim for 2-3 years in my country and for keeping fit, I look for a good one with any price if its good.
Thanks for helping

See you / Jack

8 years 9 weeks ago in  Sports - Hangzhou

 
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I don't think I'd swim in a pool in China. I stayed at a Sheridan, thought I'd go for a swim, the water was way too cold. The only other person in the pool was a Chinese guy, who did one lap and then just horked and spit for awhile. I left discusted and when i went downstairs the attendant asked why I was leaving so soon, I told him and you could still hear the guy spitting. eww

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In hangzhou just like many places you can find pools in apartment complexes and gyms. With both you would likely need some type of membership as I don't think they have free public pools here like they do back in the states. 

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There is one public swimming pool nearby huanglong stadium. 

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huang long  

 

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