World’s Deepest Swimming Pool To Open In Poland And Other Exciting Swimming Pools Around The World
It was open in 1993 and till it was closed in 2007, it was one of the world’s largest indoor waterparks. It was located in Miyazaki, Japan and measured 300 meters in length and 100 meters in width. The highest number of visitors this place had was in 1995 at 1.25 million. The dome was demolished in 2017.
This larger floating public swimming pool was opened in the summer of 2004 in Berlin, the capital city of Germany. It is located on the East Harbour section of the River Spree. The aim of this swimming pool was for the people to be able to swim in a sanitary environment near the river.
13The Library Blood-Red Pool
No, the water of the pool isn’t red it is just the tiles that lay the groundwork for the pool. The designer of this pool located in The Library Resort wanted something different for their pool. Instead of going for the usual white tiles or glass, they went with red and orange tiles that give the pool its now-famous blood-red color.
14UmaidBhawan Palace Zodiac Pool
The UmaidBhawan Palace located in India is part hotel and part royal residence. The place took over $225,000 USD and 15 years to complete. The pool here is called the Zodiac which is circular in shape. This is one of the world’s most expensive pools as the ceiling of the room is covered in gold. The pool is also located deep underground which allows it to remain cool even on really hot days.
15Blue Lagoon Geothermal Spa
Located in the southwestern Iceland region this has been a tourist attraction for many years. It is around 20 km from the Keflavík International Airport and is the most visited attraction in Iceland. The water here always stays around 37–39 °C or 99–102 °F. The pool allows children but those under the age of 8 are made to use arm floaters given to the free of cost and no children under the age of 2 are allowed.