8 Weird Swimming Pools around the World

Eliza | 26 - 09 - 2020
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Do you know some of the weirdest and most unique swimming pools in the world? There are the world’s deepest indoor pools, pools with zodiac symbols, hanging garden pools and so much more to see. Check out the blog to know some exciting and weird pools of the world.     

Few of the best swimming pools in the world

Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa, Iceland

Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa, Iceland

The Blue lagoon geothermal spa in Grindavik, Iceland is one of the most favorite spots on an island because of its mystical geothermal features. Warm water is vented naturally from the ground to the lagoon and it remains at around 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Some say that the water has healing powers.    

Where Is the Largest Swimming Pool in the World?
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  • D. UK

Pamukkale Pools, Turkey  

Pamukkale Pools, Turkey  

The white calcium and limestone deposits in the Pamukkale pools are like shelves in the water, they look like they are spun out of clouds. Pamukkale is translated as “cotton castle”; it is like a fantasy world over there.

Nemo 33, Belgium

Nemo 33, Belgium

Nemo 33 is the world’s deepest indoor pool. While oceans might be the premier choice for many divers, this indoor pool lets the amateur and enthusiast get a feel for what it’s like to descend into the deep, dark blue.

Umaid Bhawan Palace Zodiac Pool, India 

Umaid Bhawan Palace Zodiac Pool, India 

The Umaid bhawan palace of Northern India was finished in the year 1943. It was the largest residence in the world. This place has an underground zodiac pool and the pool is deep beneath the palace covered with gold and zodiac signs.

Gellert Baths, Budapest

Gellert Baths, Budapest  

Gallert baths in Budapest were founded over 100 years ago. The Gallert baths have ten different pools in different sizes and temperatures. This is one of the unique swimming pool designs ever. 

Devil’s Pool, Africa 

Devil’s Pool, Africa 

At the top of Victoria’s Falls in Africa, this magnificent Devil’s pool is located. It is completely naturally formed and is very safe for the swimmers. This is one of the strangest pools in the world. 

Ubud Hanging Gardens, Indonesia  

Ubud Hanging Gardens, Indonesia  

Ubud hanging gardens in Bali is one of the most famous spots for tourists. The swimmers can overlook the trees from the elevated swimming pool or get into the thick of things in the lower pool among the terraced gardens. This will be unlike anything you have seen.  

Hotel Villa Mahal, Turkey

Hotel Villa Mahal, Turkey

Infinity pools are designed to create an optical illusion, and the pool at the Hotel Villa Mahal in Turkey might be the best of all. It makes you think that the water is flowing over the edge and into the sky.

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