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10 Most Awesome Pools

The 10 Most Awesome Pools in the World...

1. Shaw House, Vancouver

The 10 Most Awesome Pools In the WorldShaw House is a private 285-square-meter residence for a single person, with a bedroom, study, music room, and a lap pool located on the roof, along the west side of the house. In fact, the pool acts as the ceiling, filtering the sun light into the central area of the house. I want to live here. Photo by Patkau Architects

2. Ubud Hanging Gardens Resort, Bali

The 10 Most Awesome Pools In the WorldThese are the Ubud Hanging Gardens, a luxury resort set in the middle of a land of volcanoes, forests, and rice terraces, in the heart of Bali. The resort and its hanging pool are perched on a gorge, gazing out at a temple on the opposite cliff.

3. Tangga House, Singapore

The Tangga House is built around a central courtyard, with the borderless pool surrounding two sides of the house and a garden growing on its roof. I don't know how expensive this is to maintain, but I wish I had the money to pay for it.

4. Nemo 33, Belgium

The 10 Most Awesome Pools In the WorldThis is the deepest pool in the world, the Nemo 33. It goes all the way down to 115 feet at the bottom of its central water hole. It's used for scuba diving courses. I want to use it for an afternoon splash. Photo by Eric Burgers

5. Marina Bay Sands Skypark, Singapore

The 10 Most Awesome Pools In the WorldThis infinity pool is located 55 stories up the Marina Bay Sands Skypark, right on the top of this insane hotel that cost $6 billion to build. Photo by Daryl Chia.

6. Joule Hotel, Dallas

The 10 Most Awesome Pools In the WorldThis used to be the Dallas National Bank Building, in Dallas, Texas, until someone bought it and turned it into the Joule Hotel. The people who did the conversion thought it would be cool to extrude a pool out of one of its balconies. I agree. Photo by Diorama Sky.

7. Main Pool at Seagaia Ocean Dome, Japan

The 10 Most Awesome Pools In the WorldLocated in Miyazaki, Japan, the Seagaia Ocean Dome measures 984 feet (300 meters) by 328 feet (100 meters). The dome has the largest retractable roof in the world, which also provides a simulated blue sky even when it's raining cats and dogs outside. Photo by Max Smith.

8. 232 West 15th Street, New York

Here's an 18 feet pool that is 8 feet deep. It has a bar, fountains, and big chairs. Nothing extraordinary until you find out it's inside a historic townhouse on the border between Chelsea and the Meatpacking District, in Manhattan. In fact, the full-size swimming pool takes over the entire living room. Check out the videos here. The whole house is beautiful, in a crazy kind of way.

9. Aquarium Pool at the Golden Nugget, Las Vegas

I would rather be diving than in Las Vegas, but if I had to go there, I would spend some time at the aquarium pool at the Golden Nugget hotel, in which you can swim side by side with fish and sharks. Photo by LinksmanJD.

10. San Alfonso del Mar Seawater Pool, Chile

This is the largest pool in the world, full of seawater. It's a monstrosity, and it's amazing that they ever completed it. It's 3,323 feet long—that's more than a kilometer! It covers 20 acres and, at its deepest point, it goes down 11.5 feet (3.5 meters). At this point, why don't you just get into the sea?

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