If you are already amazed to see a swimming pool at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore whose height is less than 200 meters then you will be amazed to see a swimming pool in Hong Kong. The swimming pool at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong was built at a height of more than 400 meters and is the highest swimming pool in the world.
Have you ever felt swimming at a height of almost half a kilometer above the ground? If not, go to Hong Kong there is a swimming pool like that. As reported by Travelingyuk from CNN Travel, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong has a swimming pool built on the 118th floor.
As is known that this hotel is one of the hotels with the highest buildings in the world. You can see it in the photo below where The Ritz-Carlton Hotel stands tall beyond the other buildings in Hong Kong. It’s clear if the pool built on the 118th floor is said to be the highest in the world.
The swimming pool on the 118th floor of The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Hong Kong is equivalent to a height of 484 meters or almost half a kilo above ground level. While swimming in a pool, tourists can see the Hong Kong city landscape freely from a height with data hk. The buildings around the hotel look like miniature because of less height.
The ornaments around the pool are also very cool where the walls and ceiling of the pool are composed of 114 LED screens. The screen will periodically display a variety of interesting illustrations such as the atmosphere of the tree canopy, the underwater atmosphere with coral reefs and many other scenes. After swimming, the traveler can head to the fitness room which is also on the same floor.