Chinese Tourists Cram China’s Biggest Pool Named ‘The Dead Sea’ On Hot Day

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Thousands of Chinese holidaymakers flocked to the world’s most crowded swimming pool to cool off in an effort to escape the scorching heatwave. But while there was barely enough room to tread water, the pool – known as the ‘Dead Sea’ of China – was brimming with people in Daying County, Suining city in China’s Sichuan province over the weekend. The indoor salt-water pool became a vibrant display during a spell of sweltering temperatures as swimmers grabbed their inflatables and packed every inch of the resort in a kaleidoscope of colour.

h/t: dailymail

Image: Imaginechina / REX / Shutterstock

Image: Imaginechina / REX / Shutterstock

Image: Imaginechina / REX / Shutterstock

Image: Imaginechina / REX / Shutterstock

Image: Imaginechina / REX / Shutterstock

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