There’s nothing as comforting as getting your body immersed in a swimming pool on a sunny day or simply enjoying the luxury of getting the warmth of water caressing your body which a pool readily provides.
Even if you are not a good swimmer, you definitely admire swimming pools especially those that come with a different package altogether. In this article, we are going to introduce to you five swimming pools that have the capacity to take your breath away, from their exotic feel to their size and depth.
Let’s get started.
1. The largest swimming pool
In the meantime, Chile boasts of the largest pool in the world which is more than a thousand meters long; this is San Alfonso del Mar, in the Algarrobo resort. So the inevitable question is why will people prefer to pay for a swimming pool rather than the ocean which is in close proximity to the pool?
Well, the answer is not far fetched. The coast of Chile is quite cold and infested with sharks, so tourists would rather pay more than getting eaten alive. And oh, do you know the interesting part? This vast pool requires $4 million a year.
2. The most picturesque pool
All the way in Indonesia, precisely the Island of Bali is this rare hotel is that has an aesthetic feel as it’s literally encompassed in a jungle. The hotel known widely as the Ubud Hanging Gardens Hotel consists of 38 villas, each with its own swimming pool, but the shared panoramic pool is still the most picturesque and quite popular among the tourists. And of course, those who love adventure can make this place their destination as well, beyond the comfort of the pool.
3. The longest rooftop pool
We guess by now you know there are some swimming pools that are above sea level, literally on rooftops. Yeah, we often see that in movies but they exist in the real world and the longest is located in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Sky Park Hotel. 200 meters above the ground level, this 150-meter-long infinity will give some funny feelings in your stomach if you are afraid of height.
4. The coolest cave pool
This beautiful and alluring-looking pool as you can see in the picture above negates the widespread view that caves are dark, cold, and grotesque in some aspects. This is a swimming pool located on the Greek island of Santorini has a lot of sunlight rays cutting through and warming the ambiance.
Add the soothing white walls of the cave to that, and you’ll get yourself a super relaxing effect and privacy if you probably want t get kinky with your spouse.
5. The most futuristic pool
This swimming pool located at the Austrian hotel Aqua Dome gives tourists the opportunity to swim outdoors all year round, even when it’s snowing. The water temperature here is a steady 34-36 °C. And the fact this pool resembles alien spaceships will give you that aesthetic feel and delight your kids as well.