5 Most Incredible Pools On The Planet.

Category: Places Published on 01 Nov, 2014

1. The infinity edge swimming pool in the Skypark at Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore.

Skypark at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore was developed by Las Vegas Sands and it is the world’s most expensive building, at US$ 4.7 billion.

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2. Therme Erding near Munich, Bavaria, Germany

Therme Erding is the largest thermal bath complex in Europe at 145,000 square metres (36 acres).

In 1983 the American oil company Texaco drilled 2,350 metres (7,710 ft) below ground. Instead of oil, they discovered sulphurous water. More than €100 million has been invested in the park since its inauguration, and more than 600 jobs have been created.

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3. The Devil’s Swimming Pool

The naturally formed “Devil’s Pool” you can swim in despite a risk of plunging over the edge and enjoy your final longest free dive.

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4. San Alfonso del Mar, Algarrobo in Chile – the largest swimming pool in the world.

San Alfonso del Mar is a private resort in Algarrobo in Chile. The resort is recognised as having the world’s largest swimming pool. Some sources estimates are in the area of US$1.5 billion to US$2 billion total for construction and almost US$4 million in annual maintenance.

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5. Blue Lagoon geothermal spa, Iceland

The Blue Lagoon (originally: Bláa lónið) geothermal spa is one of the most visited attractions in Iceland. The spa is located in a lava field in Grindavík on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland.

The warm waters are rich in minerals like silica and sulphur. The Blue Lagoon is known for its healing power for psoriasis and other skin diseases.

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