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Enjoy The Last Days Of Summer: FHM's Guide To The Metro's Swankiest Swimming Pools!

We're running out of days to head to the beach but we're still itching for a vacation. It's time to hit the pools!
by Mikey Agulto | May 14, 2014
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You are more than welcome to enter the hotel's infinity pool, where you can cool off and marvel at the lush greens of the Villamor golf course and the breathtaking city skyline. Sometimes the simplest details make all the difference, and the glass barricade pretty much did the trick for us. Welcome to the good life, sir!

Damage: Rates vary; visit www.rwmanila.com/maxims-hotel for more details!

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RAVE of Pasig
F. Legaspi Avenue, Barangay Maybunga, Pasig City

Once known as Pasig's Rainforest Park, the newly rebranded RAVE considers their pool as one of their showcase attractions. A resort pool accompanied by two spiraling water slides, pavilions, and statues of cartoon characters, this place looks like it was made for toddlers and their respective yayas. But don't let that stop you from getting your fix of summer cool down. It still looks super fun!

Damage: P150

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The Bellevue Manila
North Bridgeway, Filinvest City, Alabang

"Sipping your favorite smoothie with your toes dipped in the blue waters of a resplendent pool is everybody's dream of an island paradise," the hotel resort's website suggests. "This dream comes to life at the Bellevue Manila's poolside. Serving light snacks, fresh drinks, and scrumptious desserts all day, the place is perfect for days when one just needs to laze around." Right on!

Damage: Rates vary; visit www.thebellevue.com/manila for more details!

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Philippine Army Wellness Center
Lawton Avenue corner Bayani Road, Taguig City

The Philippine Army's 50-meter pool is a venue for synchronized swimming, underwater hockey, and dragon boat training. Also, isn't this the most masculine pool you've ever seen or what?

Damage: P100 (daytime), P125 (night time) 

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