Always situated on a gorgeous backdrop, infinity pools melt into the landscapes,
blurring the line between what’s natural and manmade.
Join us as we lust over these 8 infinity pools from around the world.
Photograph by Four Seasons Safari Lodge
Four Seasons Safari Lodge - Serengeti, Tanzania
We know what you’re thinking. No, this isn’t Photoshopped. This is what happens when you decide to build a free-form infinity pool right smack in the middle of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Have the pleasure of having zebras, elephants, giraffes, and other guests of the animal kingdom pay you a visit while you swim.
Address: Central Serengeti, Serengeti National Park, Arusha, Tanzania
Phone: +255 768 981 981
Photograph by The Cambrian
The Cambrian - Adelboden, Switzerland
Nestled deeply within a valley in the Swiss Alpine village of Adelboden, the thermal-heated pool overlooks one of the world's most spectacular landscapes. Be surrounded by lush sceneries in summer, and snow-capped mountains in winter.
Address: Dorfstrasse 7 CH-3715 Adelboden, Switzerland
Phone: +41 33 673 83 83
Photograph by Belmond Hotel Caruso
Belmond Hotel Caruso - Amalfi Coast, Italy
Cushioned right at the top of Hotel Caruso is a heated infinity pool that seems to be suspended in the clouds as well as blended with the Mediterranean Sea below. Now, could you tell where the pool, the sea, and the sky meet?
Address · Piazza San Giovanni del Toro 2, 84010 Ravello (SA), Italy
Phone · +39 0185 2678 90
Photograph by Marina Bay Sands Hotel
Marina Bay Sands Hotel - Singapore
The famous SkyPark infinity pool located at Marina Bay Sands Hotel boasts the largest rooftop infinity pool in the world. Sitting at 57 stories high, hotel guests have the privilege of sighting phenomenal views of Singapore’s gorgeous city skyline.
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue Singapore 018956
Phone: +65 6688 8888
Photograph by Panorama Paul
Devil’s Pool - Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
This is what they mean by living life on the edge. The Devil’s Pool is a natural infinity pool on the edge of the world’s largest waterfall. A natural barrier allows you to peer over the brim of the Victoria Falls. If that isn’t scary enough, try climbing up on the edge and dive back in. But be warned, a slip at the wrong side means a free fall 100m down to the Zambezi River.
Address: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Photograph by Hotel Hubertus
Alpin Panorama Hotel Hubertus - Valdaora, Italy
Located in the ski and hiking area of Valdaora, Hotel Hubertus is home to this infinity pool that sits 40 feet above the ground. This stunning pool, which has been wrapped in anthracite-coloured stone, beams out over the valley and dissolves with the dark mountain hues. What makes this infinity pool even more breath-taking is the glass window on the bottom of the pool that gives you the sensation of floating weightlessly between heaven and earth.
Address: Via Furcia 5, 39030 Sorafurcia, Valdora BZ, Italy
Phone: +39 0474 59 21 04
Photograph by St. Regis Princeville Resort
St. Regis Princeville Resort - Kauai, Hawaii
The St. Regis Princeville Resort is one of Hawaii’s most luxurious properties with a 5,000 square feet infinity pool to boot. The infinity pool is edged in lava rocks surrounded by lush sceneries, and overlooks the sparkling Hanalei Bay.
Address: 5520 Ka Haku Road, Princeville, Kaua'i, HI 96722 USA
Phone: +1 808 826 9644
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Hanging Gardens of Bali - Bali, Indonesia
Having the honour of being named “The World’s Best Swimming Pool”, the cascading pool is suspended over the dense rainforest, giving swimmers the unique sensation of floating above the treetops. Swim at the edge and appreciate the undisturbed landscapes of the ancient Pura Penataran Dalem Segara temple, located on the opposite hillside.
Address: Desa Buahan, Payangan, Bali 80571, Indonesia
Phone: +62 361 982700