Diving into amazing pools : A journey through some of the world's most unusual pools.

Diving into amazing pools : A journey through some of the world's most unusual pools.

Swimming pools are an integral part of luxury resorts and hotels around the world, but there are some that go beyond the usual understanding of pools. Let's take a virtual journey and take a look at some of the most amazing and unique pools that impress with their beauty and originality.

The Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool in Singapore is located at the height of the 57th floor of a skyscraper and offers a stunning view of the city panorama. Its uniqueness lies in the fact that the water seems to be boundless and merges with the horizon, creating the illusion of infinity.

The Library pool on Koh Samui, Thailand, surprises with its blood red color of water, which is created by special painted tiles. This pool has become a real attraction, attracting tourists from all over the world.

The Nemo 33 pool in Belgium is the deepest in the world. Its depth in different areas reaches from 1 to 33 meters. The pool resembles a sunken city quarter, which is why it is so beloved by divers and underwater filming enthusiasts.

The Golden Nugget pool in Las Vegas is filled with sharks and various marine predators. You can get very close to them by sliding down the transparent slide that runs along the entire pool.

The San Alfonso del Mar pool on the shores of the Pacific Ocean in Chile is the largest pool in the world. It is more than a thousand meters long and has an area of about eight hectares. The pool has a unique filtration system that takes water from the Pacific Ocean, purifies it and heats it to 26°C, which allows hotel guests to swim comfortably and do water sports.

The Ubud Hanging Gardens pool on the island of Bali is organically integrated into the natural landscape of a hill with exotic tropical gardens. Swimming in the pool, you can see the jungle, an ancient Buddhist temple, and the bends of the Ayung River. The two-level pool has a curved shape that resembles the outline of the surrounding hills.

The swimming pool of a private residence in the hills of the Greek island of Tinos is on the roof, entirely composed of water. The house is hidden inside a hill and the pool faces the Aegean Sea, with panoramic views to the side.

The Katikies Hotels swimming pool is located in one of the natural caves on the Greek island of Santorini. The sunlight penetrating the open white-colored cave creates a relaxing effect.