The world’s highest infinity pool is finally open – a spot where visitors can take a dip at the dizzying height of 200m.
The Aura Skypool in Dubai, describes itself as the world’s highest 360-degree infinity pool.
The pool offers incredible views of the Dubai skyline and the Arabian Gulf horizon.
Suspended 200m above the air, visitors can book three different sessions – one in the morning, a sunset session or an all-day visit.
An all-day session at the pool starts from £73 while the morning session is the cheapest – starting from £33.
Each ticket includes a sunbed, a “bespoke welcome pack” and access to the pool’s lounge.
The pool sits on the 50th floor of Palm Tower, a massive skyscraper that sits at the bottom of Dubai’s Palm Jumierah island.
The pool surrounds a 750m-square lounge space, with visitors free to book custom-made lounges or seating to enjoy the sweeping views.
Two floors above the pool, sits The Viet At The Palm, a 360-degree observation deck for tourists.
The Palm Tower also houses a St Regis hotel with close to 300 rooms.
The pool is open each day from 10am to sunset.
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The pool isn’t the only record holder in Dubai, earlier this year the world’s tallest swing ride opened, reaching heights up to 460ft.
The Bollywood Skyflyer is part of the Bollywood Parks Dubai, and it lifts guests high into the air where they can experience panoramic views of the park while being spun around in their seat.
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