• The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur, India
  • Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore
  • Hanging Gardens Of Bali

The World’s Greatest Swimming Pools

Jetsetter’s stunning list of the world’s best pools won’t just introduce you to some of man’s most enviable swim spots — it’ll put you on the phone with your contractor immediately. These meticulously well-constructed and beautifully designed pools don’t just suit the layman’s need for an early morning dip before work on a scorching hot day, but instead serve as stunning pieces of real estate that will absolutely blow your mind.

The list begins with Singapore’s very own Marina Bay Sands. The rooftop pool floats on the edge of a 500-foot infinity dip, with views of 57 floors below it, including a restaurant and a spa. In India, the Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur serves as the centerpiece the estate’s along with 30 acres of gardens. London’s floating Sky Pool made quite a splash when it came on the market. Floating in between two 10-story residential buildings in Embassy Gardens. The 90-foot pool boasts views like you’ve never seen them before — that is, if you look down. Bali’s Hanging Gardens also earned a spot on Jetsetter’s list for its bi-level infinity pool. It’s even earned bragging rights as the most photographed pool in the world.

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