From pools facing spectacular nature to some steeped in jaw-dropping luxury, you’ll need to make a trip to at least one of these swimming pools on this list.
One of the newest hotels and the largest swimming pool in Perth, Crown Towers resort-style pool features ample sunbeds, space and best of all, heated pools!
The landmark Bondi Icebergs Baths in Australia has a 50-metre lap pool and the Pacific Ocean crashing into it, which really, are reasons enough to check it out.
Here’s where you can take a dip in natural volcanic rock pools formed aeons ago when lava meets the Atlantic Ocean while watching it crash against and shape this little piece of heaven.
While there are plenty of hotels and pools overlooking the Aegean Sea in Greece, this is one of the more affordable options which provides an unobstructed view of the sea.
One of Singapore's most visually recognisable icons, the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool is situated on level 57 of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and boasts a panoramic view of the city’s skyline.
Is it a mirror or a pool? Get away from reality and enter this oasis of pure Italian indulgence in this luxury spa hotel situated off the Amalfi Coast.
This luxury hotel and resort boasts stunning architecture, intricate details within its rooms and general decor, and even rooms with semi-private pools overlooking Lake Pichola.
Located within The St. Regis Lhasa Resort, this indoor pool is maintained at 28-30ºC, with higher humidity and air pressure than outside, so guests can relax and acclimatise in luxurious comfort.
Not a keen fan of snow sports? No problem, you’ll feel just as close to nature when you soak in this jaw-dropping infinity pool looking over the Alps.
Which one of these would you travel for?