A Refreshment for these Warm Warm Days
These are certainly one of the weirdest and most beautiful pools you’ve ever seen that will for sure take your breath away. Enjoy these beauties..
10. Badeschiff, Berlin, Germany
9. Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa, Island
Blue Lagoon is a gem of Grindavik, but also of the whole Iceland which is known for its rich geothermal features. The pool is heated by hot underground waters and every two days the water is changed through natural and artificial filters. Water is, well, heated under the ground which means that it contains healthy minerals which is why many considered it healing.
8. Devil’s Pool, Victoria Falls, South Africa
One of the scariest pools in the world is situated on the top of the famous Victoria’s waterfalls in South Africa. It is called Devil’s Pool because swimmers are allowed to look over the waterfalls during their bath and see all the way down, deep into the chasms. Of course, there’s a protective wall that prevents swimmers to fall down in the water abyss.
7. InterContinental Hotel, Hong kong
InterContinental Hotel in Hong Kong has many interesting things to offer, and among them are pools, of course. A set of three swimming pools is located at the top of the third floor from which you can have a great view of Victoria Harbor. Each pool has different temperature and if the water is cold in the first pool, in the second it is warm and hot in the third, so it’s up to the guest to choose what pleases him/her most.
6. Pamukkale, Turkey
Turkish Pamukkale pools are breathtaking because of its white terraces which are located inside the pool. Bright colors of its structure create an impression as if there are shelves in the water. In addition, the pool is rich in minerals, so it is considered very healing.
5. Rangali Island, Maldives
Maldives have beautiful beaches, but also very beautiful pools. One of them is a pool located within the resort of the Rangali Island. It is specific because it has no edges or better say it is designed in the way that you are not supposed to see the edges so you have the impression that you are alone, floating in the Ocean. Must be a fantastic feeling!
4. Sacred Pool, Turkey
The thing that Turkey can put in its touristic CV certainly is this ‘Sacred Pool’. In its depths are the pillars and other ruins from the historical city of Hierapolis. The natural flow of water containing calcium is updating the swimming pool and maintaining its temperature.
3. San Alfonso Del Mar, Chile
Chilean pool San Alfonso Del Mar is the largest the pool in the world. It is long 1136m, deep 35m and it contains about 250 000L of water. The impressive swimming pool was being built for almost five years. Being located along the Pacific Ocean, it has sea water inside, that is continuously being changed with new one. Despite this, the water temperature is always about 26 Celsius degrees.
2. The Library Blood-Red Pool, Koh Samui, Thailand
Thailand’s ‘Bloody pool’ is well-known for its red water. But we must say that water is not colored, so there is no fear that you will get out of the water being red. For the color, in fact, is responsable the combination of red, yellow and orange tiles which this pool is made of.
1. Skypark At The Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
Singapore’s Skypark at Marina Bay Sands offers so called infinite pool with a perfect view. It is located on the top of three towers and it is world’s most expensive pool. Water is seamlessly spilling over the edge and the scenery is breathtaking. See for yourself!