11 incredible infinity pools that will make your jaw drop

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Eye-popping, jaw-dropping and visually stunning; here’s a list of our favourite infinity pools across the globe.

1.   Huvafen Fushi – Maldives

 

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One of the largest pools in the Maldives, it also features the only salt-water flotation pool in the region – filled with numerous nourishing minerals. If this wasn’t amazing already, it was the first pool to benefit from fibre optics, and turns into something even more spectacular when the sun goes down.

2.   Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool – Singapore

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Rather than blending into the ocean, here you’ll experience views of the Singapore skyline from a sheer 175 metre drop. Located on the 57th floor and spanning 150 metres, this is what other infinity pools aspire to be.

3.   Kandalama Hotel – Sri Lanka

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The edge of this gigantic pool blends effortlessly with the naturally beauty of Kandalama Lake. Simply drink in the views of the diverse Sri Lankan landscape, whilst relaxing with a cocktail in hand at one of the country’s most renowned and stunning hotels.

4.   Hotel Caruso – Italy

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Located at the highest point above the town of Ravello, this infinity pool is an architectural work of art. Enjoy the stunning views of the town below, as you relax 1,000 feet above sea level in the heated waters of this indulgent masterpiece.

5.   Silavadee Resort – Thailand

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As the pool meets the gulf of Thailand you can expect simply breathtaking views.

6.   Paresa – Thailand

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Located in western Phuket’s Kamala Cliffs, this resort is the epitome of luxury and romance. The pool overlooks the Anandam Sea and has multiple private man-made islands in the shadows. It’s the perfect setting for night time dining under the stars.

7.   The Cambrian – Switzerland

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Swimming outdoors in Switzerland may not sound that appealing, but that’s what makes it so great. Swim and observe the sheer magnitude of the snow-capped Swiss Alps from this heated pool, and relax as you enjoy the massaging bed and jets, designed to sooth those post-ski muscles.

8.   Banyan Tree Seychelles Hotel – Seychelles

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The Seychelles features some of the most beautiful surroundings known to man, making it the perfect holiday destination. Enjoy all this from the comfort of the infinity pool, which is close to the private Takamaka beaches. Why not take advantage of the pool’s bar and sunbathing lounge?  

9.   Jade Mountain Resort – St. Lucia – Caribbean

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Rather than one infinity pool, how about rooms with en-suite infinity pools? Ranging from 400 to 900 square feet, each pool is unique to its room in both colour and shape, and features night-time illumination. Most importantly you can enjoy stunning views of the St. Lucian landscape from your pool.

10.            Ubud Hanging Gardens – Bali

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Surrounded by breathtaking landscapes, this relaxing resort features one the world’s most spectacular pools. The ancient Babylon influence is evident across the two levels, as it’s shaped into a curve to blend into the surrounding hills, providing spectacular views of this gorgeous country.

11.            The Library – Thailand

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Although the vast size contrasting with its stunning surroundings are a spectacle in itself, what really sells this pool is the colour. With orange, yellow and blood red glass tiles at the bottom, this pool has red colour all year round. This is amplified at night, when underwater lights make it a sparkling spectacle.

 

 

 

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My name is Kelly Brindle and as well as being a mother of two young children, I am part of a great team at Netflights.com sharing our travel passion and experience. I have travelled to Australia, Far East, Canada, Middle East and Europe and love every aspect of travel! I have some great tips and advice entertaining the little ones on your next expedition too! Netflights.com Google+
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