10 most badass swimming pools in the world [SLIDESHOW]

As summer fast approaches and the temperature outside rises, we all want to escape the office and go outside. Where better to go than a nice cool and luxurious swimming pool?

Check out the 10 most badass swimming pools in the world.

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  • The Marina Bay Sands in Singapore is the longest elevated swimming pool in the world. It is 492 feet long and actually stretches across three separate buildings. (Photo: Sunday Times UK)
  • Perhaps the most beautiful pool in the world is at the Perivolas Hotel in Santorini, Greece. Swimmers can enjoy the breathtaking views of the surrounding bay. It is an infinity pool with a 300 foot drop to the ocean below. (Photo: Perivolas Suites)
  • The Bondi Icebergs pool in Sydney, Australia is an Olympic sized pool that uses ocean water from waves which crash over the walls, so you are essentially swimming in the ocean. (Photo: Bondi Icebergs Club)
  • The world's deepest pool is called Nemo 33 and is in Brussels, Belgium. At its deepest point it is 113 feet deep. It was designed primarily for divers and has several artificial underwater caves. (Photo: tumblr)
  • The Amangiri resort in Utah has a pool that is built around the natural rock formations. It is truly an oasis. (Photo: Getty)
  • The Ubud Hanging Gardens pools in Bali are amazing. The multi-level infinity pool overlooking the jungle is designed to mimc the surrounding environment. (Photo: Orient Express Resorts)
  • The 10th floor swimming pool of the Joule Hotel in Dallas extends eight feet out over the city. One of the pool walls is actually clear, which gives any swimmer fantastic views of the city. (Photo: Joule Hotel)
  • With over 75 species of tropical fish and rays, you might as well be in the real ocean at the Kings Pond in Hawaii. (Photo: Four Seasons Kona)
  • A Holiday Inn in Shanghai has a pool with a glass bottom and extends over the side of the building. It makes you feel like you're swimming in the sky with beautiful sights of the city below. (Photo: flickr)
  • The world's largest pool is at the San Alfonso del Mar Resort in Chile. It even comes with its own man made beach. Who needs the ocean? (Photo: The Guardian)