The world’s first and highest 360-degree infinity pool was opened in Dubai, a part of the Gulf country of the United Arab Emirates. Located on the 50th floor of Palm Tower and at an altitude of 200 meters, Aura Skypool has an area of 750 square meters.
Described as an island in the sky, the venue hosts a wide selection of restaurants ranging from South American to Asian cuisine, as well as a lounge full of VIP sun loungers.
Those who want to dive into the world’s highest infinity pool have the option of making reservations in the morning and evening, while daily tickets are also available for visitors who are not short on time. Pool fees vary according to your usage time.
The entrance fee starts at AED 170 for morning or evening visits. In the full VIP pool experience, the ticket price increases by up to AED 600, excluding meals and drinks.
Antonio Gonzalez, CEO of Sunset Hospitality, which built the infinity pool, said in a statement, “The Aura is truly unlike any other pool in the UAE or the world. From Palm Jumeirah to Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa to AinDubai, you can enjoy Dubai’s most iconic sights. You can see it by swimming in one go,” he said.