Many of Vietnam’s swimming pools have been named among the most beautiful in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, Forbes … because of their unique location or landscape.
01. Topas Ecolodge’s Swimming Pool
This is the infinity pool of one of the most popular resorts in Sapa, Lao Cai. The pool was built in 2017, located halfway up the hill, with views of the chalets of the resort and Muong Hoa valley.
From the pool, visitors can see the green rice terraces and farmers plying the season. The surrounding valley is sometimes shrouded in a light mist; the sky reflects on the sparkling pool’s water, making many people feel like walking in the clouds while swimming here.
American Forbes page once called “the pool in the cloud,” with the awe-inspiring scenery. At the same time, the page also introduces the resort, with wooden houses reaching out to the hillsides, with fresh air and environmentally friendly. Room rates from 6 million. Photo: Booking.com
The swimming pool has a shallow section for children and a water-massage function area. Nex to the pool is a bar counter for drinks and sun loungers. Guests can head to the spa room a few steps away to relax with a treatment.
To protect the environment, the hotel uses a technology that uses 85% less energy than standard tanks. Photo: Topas Ecolodge.
02. Swimming Pool of Fusion Maia Da Nang
This pool is the second infinity one of Vietnam named in the list. It is surrounded by lush tropical gardens, with fountains and views of the beach. In addition to soaking in the lukewarm water, guests can sunbathe, walk on the beach, practice yoga, or enjoy a drink at the pool bar.
The 5-star resort Fusion Maia Da Nang is located on My Khe beach, inclusive of spa and yoga packages. In addition to the infinity pool, each villa has its private pool that hidden in the coconut trees and fresh forest. The room rate for two adults is from 6.5 million. Photo: Fusion Maia.
Infinity pool and private pool villa from a bird-eyed view. Photo: Fusion Maia.
03. Swimming Pool of The Anam Cam Ranh Resort
AFAR Travel Magazine put the resort’s swimming pool in the top 11 most beautiful pools in Asia, because of its location on a pristine beach in Cam Ranh, Khanh Hoa. The pool is located near the Beach Club restaurant, 300 m2 wide like a giant mirror, reflecting the brilliant sunlight of the sea.
In 2019, the resort was also on the list of the 25 best resorts in the world in Australia’s Luxury Travel magazine. Located about 10 minutes from the airport, the 12-hectare resort nestled in a 3,000-shade green coconut forest with a total of 77 villas and 136 rooms. Photo: The Anam.
04. Swimming pool of Golden Bay Hotel Danang
Located on the 29th floor of the hotel, the location introduced by TripAdvisor is the largest 24K gold-plated design pool in the world, with views of Thuan Phuoc Bridge and Da Nang Bay. With the design of the overflow pool, the water surface in the pool is flat as a mirror, making visitors feel like they are swimming in the sky.
UK visitors, Hadas L., commented: “The pool water is so clear that I can see small bricks below. Because on the high floor, I can see the whole city and the wonders of the world park from the far”. Photo: Golden Bay.
The swimming pool is one of the most beautiful sunset views in the city. At the pool, guests can sip a cocktail or juice, relax the body, and watch the sunshine on the water surface. Photo: Golden Bay.
05. Four Seasons Resort The Nam Hai
Located on Ha My Beach, Quang Nam, the pool appears in the list of 140 swimming pools in the world’s most beautiful resort, according to Condé Nast Traveler . The names on the list are all beautiful swimming pools and received many positive reviews from visitors around the world.
Along with clear blue water and two rows of coconuts, three infinity pools are connected to the sea. Many travelers comment on TripAdvisor; the pool is located on one of the most beautiful beaches on the planet, surrounded by coconut trees roaring in the wind. Services around the pool and the resort’s villas also make them satisfied. Photo: White Calm Retreats.
The swimming pool is designed for the Olympic size pool and has a designated area for children. The pool water temperature is adjustable so that guests can relax in different weather conditions.
The resort is located about 30 minutes from Danang International Airport and 10 minutes from the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Hoi An Ancient Town. There are 100 sea view villas, 40 private pool villas, and 8 family villas, priced from 20 million VND per night. Photo: Booking.com.