The largest swimming pools in the world, the size of the airport

Many swimming pools in the world make visitors overwhelmed when owning a huge area. Even the largest swimming pool in the world has the same area as some small airports.

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Hansen Dam Recreation Center (Los Angeles, California, USA)
7. Hansen Dam Recreation Center (Los Angeles, California, USA): The pool here is said to be the largest of the flag and flower country. With an area of about 6,100 m2, you can unleash your struggles or participate in activities such as playing ball, water skiing ... at this open-air pool. Photo: Los Angeles Daily News.
Hayman Island Resort (Australia)
6. Hayman Island Resort (Australia): This resort is located on a tropical island. It owns one of the largest swimming pools in the world. The pool has a total area of about 7,284 m2. In addition to immersing yourself in the blue water of this pool, visitors also enjoy the airy and peaceful space. Photo: Flickr via Studio Sarah Lou.
Piscine Alfred (France)
5. Piscine Alfred (France) is Europe's largest swimming pool. This work was named after French Olympic athlete Alfred Nakache. The pool has an area of 7,500 m2, a width of 12.5 m and a depth of up to 2 m. Tickets for French citizens are lower than for tourists. If you have a need to learn how to swim, the courses here are welcome. Photo: Monswim.com.
Dreamworld Fun Lagoon (Pakistan)
4. Dreamworld Fun Lagoon (Pakistan): With an area of 8,903 m2, Fun Lagoon is known as the largest freshwater swimming pool in the world. The swimming pool is located at Dreamworld resort in Karachi, Pakistan. Fun Lagoon can contain up to 8.14 million liters of water. Photo: Dreamworld.pk.

The swimming pool at MahaSamutr luxury villa (Hua Hin, Thailand)
3. The swimming pool at MahaSamutr luxury villa (Hua Hin, Thailand) was built by the famous company of Crystal Lagoons. Owning an area of over 70,000 m2, this swimming pool beats all other buildings in Asia. About 80 villas are built in this luxury resort. Maha Samutr was designed by famous Japanese architect Kengo Kuma. Villa prices range from 1.2 to 2.5 million USD. Photo: Maha Samutr.
San Alfonso del Mar (Chile)
2. San Alfonso del Mar (Chile) was once listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest pool. However, the prestigious position is no longer belonging to this pool since 2012. The San Alfonso del Mar is about 80,000 square meters, containing more than 250 million liters of water and 1 km long. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.
Citystars Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt)
1. Citystars Sharm El Sheikh (Egypt): In 2012, Crystal Lagoons built the world's largest swimming pool at Citystars Sharm El Sheikh resort. According to Guinness record books, Sharm El Sheikh pool is 96,437 m2 wide. To date, this work is still holding the record of the largest pool in the world. Photo: Hoteliermiddleeast.com.

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