The 6 Most Daring Swimming Pools In The World

The six most daring swimming pools in the world. These daring pools are perfect for a exhilarating swim. Bathe in the stunning views of Singapore’s skyline from the infinity pool. Atop a hotel’s towering three-acre park. Stifle your fear of heights in the Dubai hotel pool that hangs over the building’s edge. Find inner peace in the twin-tiered pool suspended over the Bali rainforest. Contain your jealousy while seeing the views from other world-class pools. When travelling, there is nothing quite as uplifting as a dip in the pool.

6 Most Daring Swimming Pools in the World

First stop would be the Marina Bay Sands Hotel

Set in 3 ultra-modern buildings overlooking Marina Bay. This posh hotel is across the road from luxe stores at The Shoppes and 2 minutes’ walk from Bayfront MRT station.

Second is Hierve el Agua in Mexico

Set of natural rock formations in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. It resemble cascades of water. Located about 70 km east of Oaxaca city, past Mitla, in the municipality of San Lorenzo Albarrada. It has a narrow, winding unpaved road leading to the site.

Third is InterContinental Dubai – Festival City

Overlooking Dubai Creek, this modern hotel is 10 km from the Dubai World Trade Centre. And 12 km from the landmark Burj Khalifa skyscraper. There’s also an outdoor pool, a kids’ pool, and a sun deck offering city views.

Fourth is Belmond Hotel Caruso in Italy

Set on a cliff overlooking the Amalfi Coast. This luxury seasonal hotel in an 11th-century palace. Its a 3-minute walk from Villa Rufolo, 3 km from Amalfi Cathedral and 11 km from Grotta dello Smeraldo.

Fifth is Hotel Indigo in Hong Kong

Set in vibrant Wan Chai, opposite the quaint Old Wan Chai Post Office. This upmarket hotel fronted by a bronze dragon is a minute’s walk from 2 bus stops. And a 15-minute walk from Happy Valley Racecourse.
The roof houses a retro-chic restaurant and a cantilevered, glass-bottomed infinity pool. There’s also a gym, a business centre, and an airy cafe with a terrace.

Last but not the least is Hanging Gardens of Bali 

Set in lush rainforest and overlooking the Ayung River. This luxury Feng Shui-styled resort is 13 km from the Neka Art Museum and 19 km from Tirta Empul water temple.