We have featured the world's largest swimming pool before here on Blazepress, but here are 25 of the most incredible swimming pools from all around the world.
This incredible pool sits on top of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore and is famous for its infinity rooftop pool where guests can enjoy the beautiful skyline of Singapore.
This is Berlin's Arena Badeschiff pool which floats on the River Spree. Visitors can swim in clean clear pool water whilst still enjoying luxuries such as food, drink, music and lounge chairs.
Rio de Janeiro's Hotel Fasano features an incredible rooftop pool with a deck that overlooks Sugarloaf mountain as well as Ipanema beach, all in the center of Rio's hottest area.
It might get a bit packed at the Hard Rock pool in Las Vegas, but if you want a daytime pool party then there isn't a better place for it.
The hanging gardens of Ubud, Indonesia, is one of the most famous pools in the world because of its dual-layered infinity pool that overlooks the surrounding jungle.
Located in New York City, the Sixty LES swimming pool features photos of Andy Warhol floating on the bottom of the pool.
This is the worlds largest swimming pool, located at the San Alfonso del Mar in Chile. The pool holds nearly 66 million gallons of water. It's so large that people can navigate it using small boats!.
The super luxurious St. Regis Lhasa Resorts Gold Energy Pool in Tibet has gold-plated tiles that line the pool.
Laucala Island Resort in Fiji has something of a poolception going on, with a pool within a pool that features an above-ground glass lap pool that is placed within a large and more natural looking pool.
This incredible pool built around Utah's Canyon landscape can be found at the Amangiri resort.
Twinkling lights give the water a beautiful and tranquil feel in the evenings in the Huvafen Fushi resort, Maldives.
The Bondi Icebergs is a popular public swimming pool in Australian which is most popular for its wintertime swimming.
At the Nam Hai in Vietnam you will have a hard time choosing between the pool and the beach due to the fact that the pool leads directly to the sand.
The beautiful contrast between the beach and the blood-red tiles in the pool create a unique look at The Library in Thailand.
At this incredible pool in the Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti in Tanzania you can get up close and personal with nature as elephants collect at a nearby water hole.
At the Joule Hotel in Dallas, guests are able to swim out eight feet from the main buildings allowing them to enjoy fantastic views of the Dallas skyline.
This might be the ultimate infinity pool as the blue water of the pool appears to continue right out into the Mediterranean at the Perivolas Hotel in Greece.
The King's Pong at the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai is carved out of natural lava rock and holds an insane 1.8 million gallons of water. The fresh ocean-water pool is also home to manta rays and over 3,000 tropical fish.
The W Hotel in Fort Lauderdale has an amazing glass staircase in the middle of the pool, so that people in the pool and out can see each other.
At the Hayman Island resort in Australia there is a vast pool complex that has a freshwater pool within an even larger saltwater pool.
The Oberoi Udaivilas in India has one pool that surrounds the entire complex allowing guests to swim directly from their private rooms.
You would never believe it by looking at this photo, but this pool is located in Knightsbridge, London and overlooks stores such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
The floating pool of Villa d'Este is located in Lake Como and is perfect for getting close to the lake without actually swimming in it.
This rooftop pool on top of The Viceroy Miami hotel offers amazing views of the downtown bay.
The Molitor Hotel has been renovated from the Piscine Molitor, a famous public swimming pool in Paris. The hotel has been designed around the pool.