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Fascinating Swimming Pools Around The World

Fascinating Swimming Pools Around The World


Swimming is one of the best exercise you can do to work your muscles and relax yourself as well. Today I will showcase different and creative swimming pool designs. Whether you’re looking to book a hotel for your next trip and you need travel ideas or you just need a virtual vacation from your computer, here are 10 of the most Fascinating Swimming Pools Around The World.

10 – Intercontinental Hotel (Hong Kong)

Intercontinental Hotel
Intercontinental Hotel
The Intercontinental Hotel in Hong Kong has lavish amenities and the skyline to back it up. And the cherry on top is a set of three pools that sit atop its third-floor spa deck, overlooking Victoria Harbor. With an Asian-inspired ambiance, the Pool Terrace also features a teak-decked dining area surrounded by lily ponds and outdoor spa pool cabanas.

09 – Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa (Iceland)

Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa
Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa
In its description of Blue Lagoon National Geographic says “the steaming turquoise pools of Iceland’s Blue Lagoon, trapped in volcanic rock represent an otherworldly vision.” National Geographic says that Blue Lagoon is a geothermal gift of nature.

08 – San Alfonso Del Mar (Chile)

Swimming Pools San Alfonso Del Mar
San Alfonso Del Mar
One of the largest swimming pool in the world is more than 3000 feet long, with a deep end that descends 115 feet. Sitting seaside at a resort in Chile, the pool required nearly five years to build and cost $1.6 billion.

07 – Golden Nugget (Las Vegas)

Golden Nugget
Golden Nugget
The Golden Nugget casino’s pool is also one of the take scariest of the strange pools. The pool gives you the feeling of swimming with the sharks. Of course without actually swimming next to them. It wraps around a giant tank for marine life that cost nearly $30 million to complete, and includes a three-story waterslide that runs through the middle of the tank.

06 – Rangali Island (Maldives)

Rangali Island
Rangali Island
Jutting out into the Indian Ocean from a tiny island in the Maldives, this luxurious pool belonging to the Conrad Maldives Resort and Spa is in the class known an “infinity pools,” which are designed to dissolve the edges of the pool and make you feel like you’re floating atop the ocean itself.

05 – Ubud Hanging Gardens (Bali)

Ubud Hanging Gardens
Ubud Hanging Gardens
In Bali, tourists get two exotic choices. Overlook the valley from the swimming pool on high, or get into the thick of things in the lower pool among the terraced gardens.

04 – Hotel Villa Mahal (Turkey)

Hotel Villa Mahal
Hotel Villa Mahal
Infinity pools are designed to create an optical illusion, and the pool at the Hotel Villa Mahal in Turkey might be the best of all. It makes you think that the water is flowing over the edge and into the sky.

03 – Ocean Dome (Miyazaki)

Ocean Dome
Ocean Dome
The Ocean Dome is probably the best alternative to an actual beach. It is known as the world’s largest indoor water park with world’s largest retractable roof, a fake volcano, artificial sand and the world’s largest wave pool. Ocean Dome attracted 1.25 million visitors in 1995.

02 – Badeschiff (Berlin)

Badeschiff
Badeschiff
The Badeschiff swimming pool opened in 2004 to give Berlin’s citizens a sanitary swimming environment near the Spree River, which is much too polluted to take a dip in. It is created from a recycled river cargo container and floating on the river Spree.

01 – The Library Blood-Red Pool (Koh Samui)

Blood-Red Pool
Blood-Red Pool
The vibrant Red pool with a is few steps away from the white sandy beach of Chaweng that awaits you. This uniquely different style of pool will awaken your enjoyment in life

3 comments:

  1. I like the Geothermal Lagoon in Iceland and the one in Maldives. I'll include those things in my bucket list. Truly wonderful places to go that looks like paradise. Got to start saving up for the trip. I'm getting so excited. :)
    - PurYearPools.com

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  2. The Intercontinental Pool in Hong Kong is fantastic, I've been there once but didn't have chance for a dip! I have, however, swam in the pool on the Spree River; it's an excellent amalgamation of beauty, design and environmental message. It's actually the main reason why I started researching the Falcon Bio Design and eventually chose them to design my enviro-friendly pool.

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    1. its amazing info .. thank you

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