These are swimming pools that are just as stunning, but with a few being downright insane. You can find them in hotels, which want their swimming pools to be one of their top selling points, with attention-grabbing and stunning designs.
Premier Pool & Spas has compiled some of the insane pools around the globe where you can have fun.
Hanging Gardens, Bali
It is isolated from the busy nightlife of Kuta, Bali. Hanging Gardens are a marvel. You also have a view of an ancient Hindu temple, while being surrounded by lush greenery.
Forget about intricate bars and dining rooms, at times the most spectacular thing a hotel can offer is the view.
The Hanging Gardens Ubud boasts strategically positioned pools down the hillside, so hotel guests can admire the jungle below while experiencing maximum relaxation.
The dreamlike, brilliant white travertine terraces and warm, crystal clear swimming pools of Pamukkale hang, just like the terrifying cascades of a powerful waterfall, from the edge of a steep valley side in Turkey’s beautiful southwest.
Truly breathtaking in its own right, the scenery that is also called “Cotton Castle” in Turkish, is furthermore the site of the Greek-Roman city of Hierapolis that is amazingly preserved to this day. With this kind of a unique blend of man-made and natural wonders, it is little wonder that this attraction is a Unesco World Heritage site. With more than one million visitors yearly, it is also the single most visited vacation spot in Turkey.
The best way for you to enjoy an uncrowded visit would be to spend the night in Pamukkale village that has lots of accommodation. The following morning, you can explore the ancient sites and formations.
Holiday Inn, Shanghai
Not for the faint-hearted, this glass-bottomed swimming pool overhangs the 24th floor of the Holiday Inn situated in the middle of Shanghai.
The swimming pool at this hotel is one with a view, but not one that those who experience dizziness will like.
Holiday Inn’s pool features nothing beneath it besides a pane of hardened glass, and also massive drop.
Fortunately, if you are petrified of the drop, most of the swimming pool is inside the building.
The Red Pool, The Library, Koh Samui, Thailand
While the red waters of the swimming pool at The Library might appear initially disturbing, the red color is in fact, as a result of the red tiles of the floor and walls, which make it, stand out beside the azure surroundings.
The iconic swimming pool has drawn many tourists on the island and is a notable feature of the highly-rated resort.
Infinity Pool, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore
This rich aquatic experience at the Marina Bay Sands is set at the center of the busy Central Business District with breathtaking views of the cityscape from the 57th floor.
Though the influx of infinity pools might have decreased their novelty to some extent, there is no doubt that it does not get a lot better than this swimming pool at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
This large swimming pool provides the finest skyline views of the busy city.
While the water in the infinity pool appears to end in a sheer drop, it, in fact, spills into a catchment area where it gets pumped back into the main swimming pool. At thrice the length of an Olympic swimming pool and 650ft up, it is the biggest outdoor swimming pool worldwide at that height.