5 BEST INFINITY POOL IN BALI
1. Hanging Gardens of Bali
Perhaps Bali’s most famous infinity pool, this stunning multi-level masterpiece at Hanging Gardens of Bali in Ubud has been crowned “best swimming pool in the world” many times over – and you can see why. Standing tall in the jungle and towering high above the treetops, the pool’s dramatic drops, waterfalls and architecturally-perfected curves makes it an Instagram-fave.
2. Padma Resort Ubud
Ubud might not be your first thought when you think of stunning infinity pools but Padma Resort Ubud has one of the best we’ve been to so far! They feature one remarkable 89-metre long heated infinity pool where you get to pretend you’re at an oasis in the middle of the jungle!
The resort is far enough away to be a true oasis after a day of sightseeing around the muddy paddy fields of Ubud but it’s also still intimately located in the lush jungles so you get to take in the magical green views from room, pool or restaurant!
3. Wapa di Ume Sidemen
There is no better feeling than being hugged by nature and this is what you get to feel at Wapa di Ume Sedimen. Surrounded by the dense tropical forest and guarded by Bali’s most admired volcano – Mount Agung, this resort is where you can appreciate the calm and charm of nature at its fullest. While there are different corners to take in the greenery, the resort’s ultimate vantage point has got to be its incredible infinity pool!
4. The Edge
What’s bringing clifftop infinity pools to a different level? A crystal blue glass-bottomed infinity pool overlooking the Indian Ocean, that stretches all the way out from the cliff 500 feet high, creating a gravity-defying concrete-encased lagoon with a million-dollar view – the highlight of One Eighty, a new sophisticated bar and restaurant that’s a recent addition to The Edge Villas at Uluwatu.
5. Villa Patal Kikian Sidemen
Villa Patal Kikian Sidemen lets you enjoy an extra special dip. It features an outdoor infinity pool with the best view of the imposing Mount Agung. If we were you, we’d start your morning off with a stroll in the Balinese gardens of the resort for a burst of fresh, fragrant morning air before beginning your day. This villa is tailor-made for those who want a place with incredible beauty and serenity, but far away from the hustle and bustle of nightclubs and traffic jams. And if you’re hoping for a little daytime getaway from the hotel grounds, just sign up for a tour of Besakih – the Mother Temple of Bali!