5 of the Most Instagrammable Infinity Pools in the Philippines

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by | January 25, 2017

Fancy a dip? How about a fancy dip where the horizon is a split screen of natural and artificial? Yes, we’re talking about you against the picturesque backdrop of an infinity pool. Luckily in the Philippines, Instagenic infinity pools are aplenty, and here are five of the most beautiful.

Sundowners Vacation Villas

Bolinao, Pangasinan

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Aside from being a Santorini-inspired paradise, Sundowners Vacation Villas in Bolinao boasts of an infinity pool overlooking the enchanting waters of Bolinao Port and the South China Sea. The pool also features a 13-foot diving board for adrenaline junkies, and a bar and massage areas beside the pool area for those who want to chill.

The place is basically a piece of heaven, and you’ll definitely snap a shot every chance you get.

Luljetta Hanging Gardens and Spa

San Roque, Antipolo, Rizal

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Stressed-out explorers seeking a tranquil escape always put this famous retreat resort in their list. I mean, how can you not love this place? With soothing amenities like the hydro massage pools, Jacuzzi, sauna and massage, it’s the closest you can get to a Bali-inspired experience.

But we digress — their infinity pool is a sight to behold. It overlooks the green slopes of the Sierra Madre range and the calm waters of Laguna de Bay. The view will definitely leave you breathless. So, take as many photos as you want, because these wonders will definitely give life to your feed.

Acuatico Beach Resort

Laiya, Batangas

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Acuatico Beach Resort is a famous staycation place in Batangas, and I guess you’ll know why when you see their infinity pool. The view of the pool overlooking the equally blue ocean is just mesmerizing, you’ll want to stay here all day. The pool’s platform is one of its signature features, so make sure to shoot the perfect camera angle.

You can also play water activities such as kayaking, jet ski and pedal boat, so that’s a lot of great camera subjects for you!

The Bellevue Resort

Panglao City, Bohol

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This aristocratic resort will not only wow you with its high-class facilities and world-class service, it has a stunning sea view that will make you feel like you’re in paradise.

Swim in the expanse of their infinity pool and get the best view of the endless sky and the open waters. There are lounge chairs around the pool and in front of the beach for you to hang out in and take in the sights. Make sure your camera’s battery is fully charged because you’ll want to photograph every part of this place.

Shangri-La Boracay

Barangay Yapak, Boracay Island

When it comes to aquamarine waters, Boracay is still a top choice for paradise seekers. And the best seats in the house are easily at the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel, a place nestled in the more secluded part of the island.

The view from the infinity pool is just jaw-dropping; the combination of silent pool waters and the enchanting sea is a feast for the eyes. You can flood your feed with photos from this place, but you still won’t get enough it.

Know other infinity pools worth checking out? Share your faves with us in the comments section below!

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