1. Nemo 33, Belgium
This nearly 82,000 square meters swimming pool has many floors and contains natural spring water. The pool is extremely clean, free of chlorine and usually at 30 degrees C. Nemo 33 also has a shallow area with many caves. People who can’t swim can see the stairway underwater through the doorways.
2. San Alfonso del Mar, Chile
San Alfonso del Mar outdoor pool in Chile is an ideal place for swimmers and snorkelers. The pool is over 900m long and contains 66 million gallons of treated seawater. San Alfonso del Mar spreads over an area of nearly 81,000 m2. Here, visitors can use rowing boats and kayaks.
3. Sunway Lagoon, Malaysia
Located inside Sunway Lagoon Park in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, this 42,600 m2 swimming pool uses a unique water pumping system, creating waves up to nearly 3m, able to surf. The swimming pool is surrounded by 6,000 tons of sand, palm trees and coconut trees, helping visitors enjoy the holiday like any other tropical beach in the world.
4. Marina Bay Sands Infinity, Singapore
Located on the 55th floor of the building, Marina Bay Sands Infinity is 3 times the size of the Olympic swimming pool standard size.
5. Swimming Pool Library, Ko Samui, Thailand
Built on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand, the Library pool looks like a scene from a fictional movie. Instead of the usual blue color, the water in the Library pool is blood red. This unforgettable red is created by the reflection of the pool.
6. Alila Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
Alila Ubud is one of the most luxurious hotels in Bali, Indonesia, and Alila Ubud swimming pool is the most attractive place here. The green color of the water helps you see through from the beginning to the end of the tank. Surrounding the pool is a forest that gives peace as an oasis.