Here are the top 14 most amazing swimming pools you need to see to believe, these luxury pools are the best in the world!
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# 10 Blue Lagoon Thermal Pool The Blue Lagoon Thermal Pool in Iceland is a very popular spot for travelers, probably first launched into popularity when that picture of Bjork enjoying a dip inside was published. It is now one of the biggest places to visit in Iceland, attracting more nearly half a million people every year. The waters of the Blue Lagoon are claimed to have healing powers that relieve you of many physical ailments including psoriasis and jet lag.
# 9 Crocosaurus Cove Pool Crocosaurus Cove in the heart of Darwin City, Australia offers visitors the chance to get up close and personal of Australia’s Saltwater Crocodiles. Crocosaurus Cove has over 200 crocodiles on their premises and a slew of exhibits, but the most interesting thing for you to do there is to get into the Cage of Death and swim in the same pool as some of the biggest Saltwater Crocodiles in the world.
# 8 Gold Energy Pool The Gold Energy Pool at the St. Regis Lhasa Resort is a luxurious salt water pool constantly kept at 86 degrees Fahrenheit. It offers a classy place for guests to gently float and unwind in the 1.4 meter/4.5 foot deep pool. The unique bejeweled pool floor creates the illusion that the pool is actually made of golden energy.
# 7 Hanging Gardens, Ubud The Hanging Gardens Pool in the middle of the Ubud jungle in Bali is one of the most popular pools in the world. The split infinity pools make a great photo op which is probably why it’s considered a favorite spot for many tourists and travel bloggers. It was once featured on Condé Nast Traveler’s list of “The Best Swimming Pools in the World” and was even ranked the number one most jaw-dropping pool on Trip Advisor.
# 6 Mardan Palace Pool This massive pool in the center of the Mardan Palace is an enormous outdoor swimming pool surrounded by a water street. Mardan Palace is known for its extreme ritz and glamour, and the centerpiece pool is also a part of it. It even has a seafood restaurant right in the middle of the giant pool complete with a 340 thousand gallon aquarium.
# 5 The Red Pool The Library is a hotel in Koh Samui, Thailand that has an iconic red swimming pool right on the beach. The pool gets its color from the red and yellow tiles at the bottom of the pool. It’s the perfect color for photo ops making it popular for events and weddings.
# 4 Infinity Edge Pool This infinity edge pool is a part of the Anantara Golden Triangle Resort in Thailand. From the pool, you can apparently see the hills of Laos and Myanmar.The Golden Triangle resort creates a romantic and enchanting location in the middle of the Thai jungle.
# 3 Coliseum Pool Pelican Hill The Coliseum Pool is a unique pool named after the Roman Coliseum because of its huge dome shape. It is sometimes described as the world’s largest circular pool with a diameter of 41.5 meters or 136 feet wide. There are handset glass mosaic tiles that line the bottom of the pool and is surrounded by deluxe private cabanas in the middle of Orange County.
# 2 Marcel Marongiu Infinity Pool Images of the Marcel Marongiu Infinity Pool has been shared all across the internet because of its stunning glory and unique architecture. Interestingly, this pool was not the brainchild of an architect but rather of Parisian fashion designer Marcel Marongiu, which is probably why it has a strange asymmetrical shape rather than a more traditional design. The mysterious pool’s exact location is hard to find, but it’s definitely located somewhere in Mexico.
# 1 Biggest Swimming Pool The San Alfonso del Mar resort in Chile sports the world’s biggest swimming pool. The human-made lagoon is 3,324 feet long, spanning more than 19 acres of area across the whole resort. The gigantic pool holds about 66 million gallons of saltwater and cost 1.5 billion US dollars to build. Every year it accrues 4 million dollars in maintenance fees to keep the water at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, filtered, and circulated. All of this water is directly pumped in from the Pacific Ocean, filtered and treated for the lagoon.
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