Beaches are one thing, but the serenity of dipping in a perfect pool is quite another. From the vistas to the green forest to the dizzying panoramas of skyscrapers, here are 10 eye-popping hotel’s swimming pools in Southeast Asia that will turn your stay from memorable to unforgettable.
Located 18km from the town, Topas Ecolodge places on a Sapa’s hilltop, surrounded by the stunning terrace fields. 33 white granite bungalows, roofed with palm leaves overlooking the lush mountain and rice fields. The cozy interior is made of wood, rattan, and bamboo making it environmentally friendly.
Topas Ecolodge places on a Sapa’s hilltop
Add to its perfection is the infinity pool. The pool has an incredible view of the surrounding peaks and valleys. Immersing yourself in the warm water gives you nothing but relaxing. The pool bar is just a few steps away, easy to get some cocktails. Topas Ecolodge has been listed as one of the 21 places to stay if you care about the planet by National Geographic.
The pool has an incredible view of the surrounding mountain peaks
Just in the ancient town, Hoi An, is Four Seasons The Nam Hai. This luxury resort owns 100 inspiring villas which are built harmonically to feng shui principles and positioned to ocean views. The highlight of this beautiful area is gorgeous pools surrounded by elegant loungers and palms. The pools cascade down three levels to the pristine Ha My beach, each has an infinity edge that merges perfectly with the sea beyond.
This luxury resort owns 100 inspiring villas which are built harmonically to feng shui principles
The highlight of this beautiful area is gorgeous 3-level pools
Set a new standard for leisure hotels in Bangkok, SO Sofitel is a mixture of style and elegance. Each of the 237 rooms and suites is equipped with a fully integrated Apple Mac mini media solution, bringing your voyage to a next level.
To admire the most spectacular view of the city’s skyline, go to the infinity pool. It is designed to let you wallow in your senses. Every month, the pool becomes a stage of 8-hour So Pool Party. Partiers gather to swim, drink, and dance while the famous DJs spin their tracks.
Design of SO Sofitel set a new standard for leisure hotels in Bangkok
Its pool provides the most spectacular view of the city’s skyline
To get to 16 acres of exotic gardens requires a 3-hour car driving from Bangkok. Once you make landfall, you’ll understand why Hyatt Regency is a favorite spot of the Thai royals. The resort offers all the luxuries, from the most enjoyable swimming pools, modern decors, and the out-of-this-world The Barai Spa.
The lavish swimming pools are certainly fit for a king. There are even a waterfall and a 22-meter high water slide for children. After swimming, you can chill out with a cocktail and live music at the Fountain Lounge.
Hyatt Regency Hua Hin is setting among 16 acres of exotic gardens
The lavish swimming pools are certainly fit for a king.
It takes only one hour flight from Phuket International Airport to the five-star resort Sarojin – an ideal for a romantic getaway. From here, you can easily access to 5 stunning national parks, dramatic limestone islands Phang Nga Bay, secluded sandy beaches and interesting dive areas of the Similan Islands.
Sarojin provides 56 luxury room, beautifully set on a secluded beach. Among luxuriant tropical gardens is the 25m x 25m infinity pool – a perfect oasis for soul-soothing. For more private, you can close off the linen curtains of the three floating pavilions beside the pools.
The Sarojin offers a romantic getaway for couples
The 25m x 25m infinity pool – a perfect oasis for soul-soothing, relaxing and rest.
6. Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore
Marina Bay Sands Hotel is known as the most famous casino–resort of the country, but no single element impresses as much as the pool. Set on the 57th floor, the world’s largest rooftop infinity pool is three times longer than an Olympic-sized pool. A perfect place to watch the city-skyline that you can’t find anywhere in Singapore. For more relax, stretch out to sunbathe under the shade of palm trees and sip on a signature cocktail.
Its world’s largest rooftop infinity pool is three times longer than an Olympic-sized pool
It’s certainly a perfect place to watch the city-skyline of Singapore
7. Alila Villas Uluwatu, Indonesia
Built on limestone cliffs, this 14.4-hectare resort is just 30 minutes from Ngurah Rai International airport. It boasts 84 beautiful villas, each comes with private saltwater pool overlooking the Indian Ocean. But if you want to look for more magnificent vistas, the Olympic-size infinity pool will meet your demand: a great spot to enjoy the sunset and sip a cocktail.
Alila Villas Uluwatu boasts 84 beautiful villas, each comes with private saltwater pool
The Olympic-size infinity pool is a great spot to enjoy the sunset
8. Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali, Indonesia
Just 30 minutes drive from the center Ubud, Hanging Garden sets right in the middle of the jungle and overlooks the Ayung River. Everything in Hanging Garden is amazing from the traditional Balinese décor, the courteous staffs, bar, spa and the best food in Bali. Also, don’t forget the beautiful two-level infinity pools. They provide an incredible view of the rainforest. You will be lured to stay all day long.
Hanging Garden sets right in the middle of the jungle
From the pool, you have an incredible view of the rainforest
9. Pangkor Laut Resort, Malaysia
Nestled amidst an ancient rainforest, on a private island in Malaysia is Pangkor Laut Resort. Only a small part of 300 acres of the island is used to house this luxury resort, make it a peaceful paradise. The resort’s infinity pool is perched right on the beach blending in harmony with the sea. For a glimpse, it feels like the pool flows right into the emerald ocean. The pool has deck chairs for sun lovers, cocktails and refreshments at the pool deck to make sure you are fully enjoyable.
Pangkor Laut Resort is a peaceful paradise
You will feel like the pool flows right into the emerald ocean.
10. El Nido Resorts Pangulasian Island, Palawan, Philippines
El Nido Resort has 4 properties in Palawan: Miniloc, Lagen and Pangulasian Islands in El Nido, and Apulit Island in Taytay but the Pangulasian may the most luxurious. It requires 1-hour flight from Manila, then 30-minute boat to the island. But the scenery is worth your travel. The resort brags green mangroves and secret lagoons which are fantastic for scuba diving. Its pool can’t compare to the others above about the size but it offers an amazing view of the pristine 750m white sand beach.
El Nido Resort has 4 properties in Palawan but the Pangulasian may the most luxurious.
Its pool offers an amazing view of the pristine 750m white sand beach.