Free Use of Leisure Facilities & Booking Method

Starting from 9 am on 25 July (Sunday), bookings can be made at Leisure Link booking counters at all LCSD venues (excluding Self-service Kiosks) for leisure facilitiesNote 1 that are available for free use on “Sport For All Day” (1 August, Sunday).

Leisure Facilities Available for Free Use

Indoor Leisure Facilities

Badminton courts, tennis courts, basketball courts, netball courts, volleyball courts, squash courts, table tennis tables, American pool tables, billiard tables, sport climbing walls, bowling greens, golf facilities, fitness rooms, activity rooms, dance rooms and cycling track

Outdoor Leisure Facilities

Tennis courts, tennis practice courts, bowling greens, batting cages, sport climbing walls, archery ranges, rope courses and golf facilities
(excluding camp facilities, sports grounds, artificial and natural turf pitches)

Public Swimming Pools

(excluding Wan Chai Swimming Pool)

Craft of Water Sports Centres


Booking Method

Members of the public may book the facilities as individual users on a first-come-first-served basis. Each person may book only one sessionNote 2 for any one type of facility.

To make a booking, the hirer should produce his / her identity document (e.g. identity card) and proof of recognised qualification (if necessary). If the booking is made by a representative, a copy of the above documents of the hirer should be produced. When there are other people waiting for service at the counter, each person may only make one booking each time.

Note 1

Prior booking is not required for use of public swimming pools. Members of the public may line up at the entrance to swimming pools before a session starts. Free admission is offered on a first-come-first-served basis.

Note 2

Leisure facilities are generally available for use in one-hour sessions, except for: squash courts (in half-hour sessions); archery ranges, the sport climbing wall and rope course at Tuen Mun Recreation and Sports Centre (in 1.5-hour sessions); the cycling track (shared use sessions) at the Hong Kong Velodrome (in 2-hour sessions); and craft at water sports centres (in 3-hour sessions)