Typically, you would associate the Kuala Lumpur skyline with corporate dreams and city rush. But do you know that it can be a source of inspiration for personal relaxation, too? Indeed it can, when serving as the scenic backdrops to the best infinity pools in town. Whether for a quick dip or a prolonged swimming session, there is no denying that infinity pools just go together with such high-rise view. So where are these giant baths located? We select the best pools for your contemplation, so you don’t have to.
The infinity pool at Somerset Residences
Located in on Jalan Ampang, Somerset Residences jumpstarts our list with its glistening blue infinity pool. Made to look endless, the landscape is located on the building’s rooftop. It is the perfect spot to marvel the breathtaking panorama of the iconic Petronas Twin Towers. Of course, to use the pool, you need to be a staying guest. Why not visit this place for a weekend retreat?
The infinity pool at Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral
We can all agree that the Splash Pool on top of Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral is the best spot for weekend parties. Overlooking the skyscrapers of the infinity pool is adjoined to the perimeters of Mai Bar, the nightlife mecca famous for their signature Mai Tai cocktails. The hotel building is located close to KL Sentral train station and Nu Sentral shopping mall. So when you are not splashing around, you can always head down to walk around or do some shopping.
The infinity pool at Park Royal Serviced Suites
Blindingly turquoise, the infinity pool atop Park Royal Serviced Suites is your best bet after a hardcore night or partying in the adjacent Changkat Bukit Bintang. While it doesn’t come with a view as scenic as that at Somerset Residences, the infinity pool does promise you a good time with friends. While you’re at it, why not lie down on those cushy poolside chairs and enjoy the night sky together?
The infinity pool at Regalia Residences
We saved the best choice for last in our list! The infinity pool at Regalia Residences is the perfect spot to enjoy an extra close view of the KL skyscrapers. Unlike the other pools previously mentioned, this one features a man-made waterfall! Indeed, it’s very idea for injecting some extra fun into your splashy time basking the panorama. Regalia sits on Jalan Sultan Ismail, making it the easier for your to access the city’s more cultural side, when not relaxing.
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