The world's highest infinity pool has finally opened – but it's not for the faint-hearted.
Boasting incredible views of the Dubai skyline and the Arabian Gulf horizon, the Aura Skypool is an experience you'll want to try.
It is suspended 200m above the air as guests can book three different sessions, one in the morning, sunset or an all-day visit.
An all-day session at the pool starts from £73 while costs for the morning session start from £33.
Each ticket includes a sunbed, with a "bespoke welcome pack" and, of course, 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.
It surrounds a 750m-square lounge space with visitors free to book custom-made lounges or seating to enjoy the 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 which has around 300 rooms.
You'll be excited to know the pool is open each day from 10am to sunset.
Recently the "highest infinity pool in the world" was named by the Guinness World of Records.
The outdoor pool can be found at the Address Beach Resort, where it is 77 floors and 965ft above ground.
Guests can paddle around in the 75m-long swimming pool as they take in spectacular views.
On the rooftop, they can catch glimpses of the Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah and The World Islands.
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And why don't you check out this luxury hotel which is complete with an infinity-edge hydrotherapy pool?
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Nestled within the beautiful Borrowdale valley, the hotel and spa are surrounded by jaw-dropping views of the mountains.
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