It is more than 1,000 yards long, covers 20 acres, has a 115ft deep end and holds 66 million gallons of water. The Guinness Book of Records named the vast pool beside the sea in Chile as the biggest in the world. This pool took five years to build, cost nearly £1billion and the annual maintenance bill will be £2million. Its turquoise waters are so crystal clear that you can see the bottom even in the deep end. It dwarfs the world’s second biggest pool, the Orthlieb, nicknamed the Big Splash, in Morocco, which is a mere 150 yards long and 100 yards wide. An Olympic size pool measures some 50 yards by 25 yards.
What is known as the “Ocean Dome” is located in Miyazaki, which is known to be the biggest indoor pool in the world. The pool is 300 meters in length and 100 meters in width, it is also located 500 meters from the sea. The temperature inside is always around 30 degrees. The roof is of sky-ish blue, and with real looking clouds. It also has what seems like a volcano and a wave generator.
This exotic and remarkable hotel is known for it interesting blood-red pool and how trees seem to be growing through the building. This pool doesn’t look very appealing but it actually serves as the center of the hotel, Thai antique and an open air library.
The Nemo 33 diving pool in Belgium is over 33 meters deep. It is filled with 2,500,000 liters of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water maintained at 30 °C (86 °F) and contains several simulated underwater caves at the 10 m depth level. There are numerous underwater windows that allow outside visitors to look into the pools at a vast range of depths.