Beijing Yingdong Natatorium is located in the National Olympic Sports Center in Asian Games Village, Chaoyang District.
It was built in 1986 for the 11th Asian Games and was the largest swimming pool in Asia at that time.
Yingdong Natatorium was donated by Hong Kong entrepreneur Mr. Fok Yingdong.
Beijing Yingdong Natatorium has a construction area of 38,000 square meters and can accommodate 6,000 spectators.
Its architectural style is unique, the equipment is advanced, and the auxiliary facilities are complete.
Yingdong Natatorium is the venue for the water polo and the swimming part of the modern pentathlon in the 2008 Beijing Olympic Center.
Up to now, the Natatorium has a construction area of 43,000 square meters,
with 4 swimming pools including standard competition pool, practice pool, diving pool and warm-up pool.
The design of Yingdong Natatorium of Beijing Olympic Sports Center fully embodies the idea of sustainable development.
It adopts the world's advanced and feasible environmental protection materials and building materials,
and maximizes the use of natural ventilation and natural lighting.
In the protection of energy and resources, solid waste treatment, electronic interference and light pollution,
The application of ozone-depleting substances (ODS) substitute products and
other aspects put forward implementation plans to establish a model of environmental protection.