Set against some of the most spectacular and dramatic views, infinity pools (which also goes by the name negative edge, zero edge, or vanishing edge pool) offer a swimming experience you will never forget. From a heart-stoppingly high rooftop which overlooks a city to a cliff overlooking the beach and mountains. These visually stunning man-made infinity pools, which give the illusion that they go on into the horizon or extending to “infinity”, are indeed architectural and design wonders in existence.
According to Wikipedia, the infinity pool design concept is said to have originated in Bali, Indonesia, where its inspiration came directly from observing the dramatic effect created by the ubiquitous terrace rice paddies, known locally as sawah, for which the island is famous of.
However, swimming in these luxurious marvels are very expensive. They are often seen at fancy or exotic resorts, exclusive estates, exotic resorts and villas, in advertisements and other luxurious places.
Sit back and relax as we give you a free trip to these jaw dropping infinity pools all around the world with these incredible pictures.
1. Infinity Pool at the Marina Bay Sands Skypark, Singapore
Ever fantasize swimming on top of the world? Well, this curved infinity pool at the Marina Bay Sands Skypark which stretches over three 57 stories high towers will let you feel like you are! Stretching nearly 50 feet, it’s one of the largest outdoor pools in the world and provides breathtaking, panoramic views of Singapore skyline.
2. Infinity Pool at Hilton Pattaya Resort, Thailand
Surrounded with the stunning Pattaya Beach, landscaped gardens with sun decks and relaxation areas, the infinity pool in Hilton Pattaya Resort offers you relaxation you can never imagine. Providing unobstructed panoramic views of the ocean, this infinity pool is the perfect spot to unwind and enjoy the tropical weather with cocktails from the hotel’s Shore Bar.
3. Infinity Pool at Hotel Hacienda Na Xamena in Ibiza, Spain
Welcome to the most unique infinity pool there is — the Cascadas Suspendidas! It consists of several heated pools all of them at different depths and located on different levels, interconnected by waterfalls. Located on top of the cliffs of the Na Xamena which is almost 600 feet above sea level, this infinity pool provides breathtaking views of the Mediterranean while having a 45-minute head-to-toe massage by air jets. Check this out.