The world’s first mini swimming pools are now up and running in the Philippines.
The giant pool at Alvaro Palanca, in Quezon City, was completed by contractors in two days.
The project is being funded by the government.
Alvaro was originally designed to be a swimming pool for children.
It is now being used as a mini-swimming facility for adults.
Alva Cervantes, the city’s director of public works, said that they have installed 20 swimming pools in the city since 2011.
He added that the pools were completed in just over two weeks.
The first mini pool was installed in 2012, but it was never completed because of construction issues.
He also said that the city had never had a pool with a size bigger than 30 meters.
But Alvaros pool has been a hit with the public, and the project is getting even bigger.
The city will be the first in the country to install 50 swimming pools of the size of AlvaroS pool.
Alvarosa’s pool is located in a residential area, so it can only be accessed by a wheelchair user.
The Philippines’ biggest swimming pool is the Panchamapatan, which has a capacity of 70,000.
But it is located at the south of the city, near the Pampanga Metro station.
It was built in 2007, but construction on it had to be halted because of the pandemic.