is a 45km SOLO or relay swim circumnavigation of Hong Kong Island.  The swim starts from Sai Wan near Kennedy Town, the only swimming shed in Hong Kong still open to the public since 1960s. It goes clockwise through Victoria Harbour, past the eastern tip of the island near Shek O, continues to the south side past Stanley and Ap Lei Chau, before finishing back in Sai Wan.  The course showcases Hong Kong Island's stunning coastline; yet can be extremely challenging with strong currents, harbour traffic and choppy seas. 

First conceived in 2016 by AVRA Founder Shu, the vision for HK360Swim is to be recognizable worldwide as a signature swim challenge in Asia.  Simultaneously, HK360Swim encourages swimmers to make their effort count towards a cause through raising awareness and fundraising for charities that are most dear to them. 

Interested to take on this exceedingly gorgeous swim around one of the most iconic cities in Asia? Find out more here: