How do I get to the mirror pool?

How do I get to the mirror pool?

How to get to Bride’s Pool

  1. By green minibus. The green minibus 20R plies between Tai Po Market Station and Wu Kau Tang, a small village near Bride’s Pool.
  2. By taxi. Alternatively, you can take a green taxi to Bride’s Pool bus terminus from Tai Po Market Station.
  3. By bus (best option, but only on Sundays)
  4. By cycle or foot.

Where is Bride’s pool?

Plover Cove Country Park
Bride’s Pool is located in the North East Region of the New Territories in Plover Cove Country Park. It can be accessed either by car or by public transport.

Can you add a waterfall feature to an existing pool?

Adding a Waterfall to an Existing Pool Creates a Backyard Resort. For more drama, introduce a waterfall to your pool. You can opt for the clarity of a sheer waterfall or go with a more natural look with a rock waterfall.

Are pool waterfalls a good idea?

Waterfalls help keep water moving throughout your pool, which helps keep your water clean. Working in tandem with your pool pump, the additional airflow and circulation helps evenly distribute chemicals throughout your pool and move water through your filtration system.

Can you swim in Bride’s Pool?

Located near Tai Mei Tuk in the New Territories, Bride’s Pool boasts a 15-metres high waterfall and a two-metres deep plunge pool at its base, making this a serene swimming spot.

How much does it cost to add a water feature to an existing pool?

A water feature comprises 10 to 15 percent of the total cost of pool construction on average, Marshall says. Typical waterfalls run $7,000 to $10,000, though some cost as much as $30,000.

Does pool waterfall use a lot of electricity?

Water fountains don’t use a lot of electricity, but they can become pricier if you use high-end pumps. Less water and horsepower will reduce electrical consumption, but it’ll also lessen the effect of the fountain. Most water fountains cost less than $50 per month to operate several hours per day.

How do I keep my pool waterfall clean?

Mix a few drops of ordinary dish soap with warm water, and scrub down all these rocks with the cleaning solution and a scrub brush. After the rocks are clean, rinse them thoroughly several times with a hose. For larger rocks, you may need to use a pressure washer to completely remove calcium buildup.

How much does it cost to install a waterfall in a swimming pool?

If you want a more modern pool design, then this type would be more appropriate than the natural waterfalls. A professionally-installed cascading falls would range from $250 to $5,000, depending on size and design complexity.

Can you use a rock waterfall in a swimming pool?

Some of our rock products have a weir or scupper. Our swimming pool waterfalls are safe to use with koi fish and water garden plants. We strive for using the highest quality materials that can be bought. Our rock products are incredibly tough, made with a polyurea. So tough, they can be hit with a baseball bat and still function well.

What kind of pipe do I need for a waterfall in my Pool?

We use standard 1½” fittings in our units but larger fittings can be installed per customers request (Fees may apply) We do not supply tubing with these units. We recommend using flexible PVC pipe when installing your waterfall. When selecting your waterfall kit you’ll need to take into consideration the curvature of your pool.

Do you need to go to a rock school to install a rock waterfall?

You do not need to go to a rock school or seminar (seminars), and you don’t need to take any class or classes for training to be able to install our swimming pool rock waterfalls. Our polyurethane (polyurea) rock waterfalls and fountains are incredibly tough and and are easier to maintain than fiberglass versions.