Swimming pools can be found in every corner of the world. But there are certain pools that are unbelievable and insane. These are scary, fun, and a must-try for everybody.These pools will even encourage non-swimmers to learn how to swim so they can visit these pools. These pools will surely become the next holiday destination for many!
1. GOLD ENERGY POOL
This is the ultimate destination for those who love bling. This is a gold-glittering tiled pool in an exclusive five-star St. Regis resort in Lhasa, Tibet. The resort offers a splendid view of the Himalayas for $300 per night.
2. HAVASU FALLS NATURAL POOL
Havasu falls are located near Supai, Arizona. These falls provide a truly authentic experience where tourists can enjoy Mother Nature blended with the traditional culture of the Havasupai people. Keep in mind, you need to obtain an entry permit from the tribe in order to experience this wonder of the world.
3. THE CAMBRIAN HOTEL POOL
The Cambrian hotel, located in Abelboden, Switzerland, has been ranked as one of the top 20 Swiss wellness hotels and spas. The pool in the hotels gives an incredible view of the Alps, and the hotel is open all year round.
4. THE SAN ALFONSO DEL MAR SEAWATER POOL
A luxurious hotel in Algarroba, Chile, offers a one-kilometer long swimming pool of pristine seawater stretched along a white-sand beach. With 66 million gallons of water, the pool is the second largest in the world.
5. UBUD HANGING GARDENS
At the Ubud Hanging Gardens in Bali, Indonesia, guests can indulge themselves in a unique swimming experience. The guests can either choose to swim at the lower pool and enjoy the terraced gardens or they can swim in the upper pool and enjoy the view overlooking the valley.
6. SKYPARK AT THE MARINA BAY SANDS
Skypark at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore offers an infinity pool with an exquisite view — 55 stories up. Located atop the three towers of the most expensive hotel in the world, the pool offers a majestic swimming experience.
7. NEMO 33
Nemo 33 is the deepest pool in the world at 108 feet. It has been listed in the Guinness book of world records and is located in Brussels, Belgium. The pool has been designed specifically for divers and remains open all year round.
8. THE RED POOL AT THE LIBRARY RESORT
The Library Resort on the popular Koh Samui beach in Thailand stands out because of its red swimming pool. The color in the pool is a result of the combination of red, yellow and orange tiles that were used to construct it.
The word “badeschiff’ in German means sailing ship. Badeschiff in Berlin, Germany, is actually a shipping container that has been converted into a pool. This pool opened in 2004 in order to give the citizens a more sanitary experience of swimming near the Spree river.
10. BONDI ICEBERG PUBLIC POOL
The Bondi iceberg public pool, which is a 15-minute driving distance from Sydney, Australia, has been attracting visitors from all over the world. The added advantage, along the prices (just $5!), is the enormous view that visitors enjoy.