Peak season: 9 a.m - 10 p.m. (visitors should start to leave at 9:30 p.m.)
Off-peak season: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. (visitors should start to leave at 6:30 p.m.)
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The warm-up pool (Henry Fok Ying Tung Hall) is commensurate with international competition pool standards and includes both a deep area and a shallow area.
The water is sterilized to meet the prescribed standards.
The pool area temperature is kept at 22-26 degrees Celsius year-round.
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The National Aquatics Center is the only dual-Olympic venue in China capable of offering both ice and water sports services.
Covering an area of 8,000 sqm, the "Ice Cube" Ice Sports Center in the venue's south square encompasses an 1,830 sqm standard ice rink and a standard curling rink with four 45m×5m tracks.
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Enhancing international, global sports exchanges & cooperation
Upgrading ability to host top-level global competitions, events
The Water Park is one of China's largest and most advanced indoor themed water amusement park.
All recreational facilities are imported from the world's top-notch suppliers.
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Venues inside the Water Cube can be used to hold exhibitions, forums, lectures, and other cultural events.
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This year marks the tenth year of "Light It Up Blue," an ongoing charity campaign to raise awareness about autism. From 2011 to 2015, the National Aquatics Center held consecutive exhibitions displaying paintings by children with autism.
The 12th World Autism Awareness Day was marked at the National Aquatics Center in Beijing on April 2, by lighting up the architectural landmark at night in blue.
A forum was held at the Water Cube, also known as the National Aquatics Center, in Beijing on Sept. 10. Organizers shared how they are preparing the venue for the Winter Olympic Games and using it to promote the Olympic spirit.