Incredible Swimming Pools You Wouldn’t Believe Exist!

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Ok, you like to swim at the public pool – maybe even your neighbor’s above ground. If you’re lucky, you can even get out to the lakes or oceans to share space with whatever’s crawling, slithering, paddling and streaking by all around you. But for a totally luxurious poolside experience, we bet you’ve never seen swimming pools like these before!
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Joule Hotel, Dallas

This creative swimming pool, at the Joule Hotel in Dallas, connects with the balcony of the building. You can swim up to the edge and look over!
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San Alfonso Del Mar

As of now, the San Alfonso del Mar Seawater Pool in Chile is the biggest swimming pool in the world. It is spread across 20 acres, at about 3.323 feet long and 11.5 feet in depth. On top of it all, it is filled completely with sea water!
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Aquarium Pool, Las Vegas

Almost like swimming under the sea, the Aquarium Pool at the Golden Nugget hotel in Las Vegas, gives you the opportunity to swim next to sharks and fishes!
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West 15th Street, New York

Don’t want to leave the living room? No problem! This cozy, in-door, pool, is located at 232 West 15th Street in an old townhouse. It doesn’t look like much on the outside, but the inside leaves quite the impression.
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Seagaia Ocean Dome, Japan

One of the largest swimming pools out there, the Seagaia Ocean Dome in Japan measures at 984 feet by 328 feet. It’s size is not even it’s greatest feature! This pool can open and close its roof! Wait, it gets better… The closed roof can simulate the beautiful blue sky even on a rainy day!
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Shaw’s House Pool, Vancouver

This house really has it all. Aside from the luxurious bedroom, study, and music room, the Shaw’s House in Vancouver also has a lap pool on the roof! The best part is it also replaces the ceiling in the middle of the house! Cool!
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Skypark, Singapore

In Singapore, on top of a 55 story hotel, is the Marina Bay Sands Skypark. This incredible infinity pool cost $6 million to build!
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Nemo 33, Belgium

So we’ve already seen some of the biggest swimming pools, but this one here is the deepest! Nemo 33, in Belgium, is great for courses in scuba diving because it goes 115 feet deep!
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Hanging Gardens Resort, Bali

Surrounded by forests and volcanoes, the Ubud Hanging Gardens Resort in Bali has more than just amazing scenery. It also has a hanging swimming pool!
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Tangga House’s Pool, Singapore

The Tangga House in Singapore has one of the most extraordinary designs. The creators placed the garden on the roof and made a glass border swimming pool in the back yard. Amazing!
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