Need to cool down and relax or get your laps in as part of your fitness regime? Don’t worry, you’ll find a selection of public and private pools that you can use in Chiang Mai whether located on a rooftop, in a botanical garden, or at the 700 year old stadium.
Here are the spots that made our list:
700th Anniversary Chiangmai Sports Complex – This inexpensive sports complex on the edge of town has an outdoor Olympic sized pool that’s rarely crowded and that anyone can use. A good place to come whether you’re a serious swimmer yourself or teaching your kids to swim.
Rujirawong Swimming Pool – A private Olympic-sized outdoor pool with good changing room facilities and a pleasant, friendly atmosphere. A membership is required as this is not a public pool but instead belongs to the university.
Green Hill Swimming Pool – This small public pool with coffee shop is a great place to cool down and have some fun with the family during the hot days of summer – Stay for the views at sunset!
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