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World's Most Extraordinary Swimming Pools
1. Holiday Inn Pudong Kangqiao, Shanghai

A swimmer in the 24th storey pool in Shanghai - with nothing below him apart from a glass pane and a very big drop. The unique swimming baths, in the Holiday Inn hotel, Shanghai Pudong Kangqiao, are 30 metres long

Guests using the pool can feel like they are swimming over the air say hotel bosses, although many won't dare look down.

2. Marina Bay Sands, Singapore


The Marina Bay Sands hotel in Singapore placed their pool at a whopping 57 stories above the ground. You are looking at an infinity pool no less, although if you teeter off the side it might be better called an eternity edge. Pitched above the horizon, with panoramic views and an edge that seems to slide right into the abyss of the skyline, the hotel is absolutely picturesque.

3. Alila Uluwatu, Bali

Calling all cliff-scaling swimmers! Well, not really since this is located in a pristine resort. You can't argue that this is a spectacular infinity pool nonetheless, with a heart-skipping view. Adventure seekers will enjoy the feeling of seeming to float in space above the horizon. In actuality of course, the pool is an illusion, and is probably as dangerous as a Jacuzzi (and equally relaxing). With 164 feet of serene waters great for soaking up the sunset, the scariest part of the scene might be the Hannibal-looking cabana overlooking the pool; the "cage" is actually a star-gazing spot for patrons.

4. The Alila Ubud, Bali

The calm, emerald-green swimming pool is floating above the Ayung River valley in Bali's lush foothills. The pool's home is the Alila Udubu resort, Payangan, a traditional Balinese hill village, near Ubud.

5. Ubud Hanging Gardens Resort, Bali

In this Balinese paradise, letting cares slip away should hardly be problematic. Especially at the resort's two-tiered infinity pool that appears smooth enough to slip right into the surrounding jungle. Contouring the landscape, the elevated swimming hole gives guests a Tarzan-style spot to take a dip; tree scaling tactics thankfully are not necessary.

6. Komaneka at Bisma, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Located in the centre of Ubud, the Komaneka at Bisma nestles upon the Campuhan River Valley, with amazing views of the river, sloping rice fields and the coconut groves of the surrounding countryside. This luxurious resort is designed as a sophisticated and contemporary lifestyle destination. The swimming pools at Komaneka are in a stunning location. The 33 metre lap pool stands high and proud in the valley. On the lower level, the infinity swimming pool sits beside the wading pool.

7. The Icebergs, Sydney

The Ocean’s waves often break over the side of the Icebergs swimming pool located in the corner of the famed Bondi Beach. This beautiful full-sized 8 lane, 50m swimming pool is open to the public and the fee is only 5 AUD.

8. The Library, Koh Samui, Thailand

Nothing says "creepy" like the crimson colored pool at Thailand’s contemporary hotel, The Library. Set steps from Chaweng Beach in Koh Samui, the red water of the courtyard swim spot may look more like a shark massacre than a relaxing place to take an evening dip, but don't lose an arm and a leg trying to decide whether to get in. The red water of the pool is not really sinister, but is a design quirk that keeps with the cutting-edge aesthetic of the hotel.

9. San Alfonso del Mar Resort, Chile

This is the world's largest swimming pool. It is 1,013 m (3,324 ft) long and has an area of 8 ha (19.77 acre), which is equivalent to 6,000 8-meter-long pools. The water is pumped from the Pacific Ocean, then filtered and treated before it is supplied to the pool.

 

10. Sanctuary Swala Camp Retreat, Tanzania

What is a safari vacation without a splash in a local watering hole? Located in Tarangire National Park, though exclusive, this pool is not exactly private...the spot is quite popular among prestigious patrons for whom the area is home. And who exactly are these natives? Large herds of elephants, wild-eared foxes, and tree climbing lions, to name a few. Hope you don't mind a few blood-thirsty animals roaming about.

 

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