As balmy days lie ahead, Dubai’s all set to open another record-breaking sky-high swimming pool this November.

Contributing to the must-visit list for thrill-seekers, the Aura SkyPool is the world’s first and highest 360-degree infinity pool located on the 50th floor of Nakheel’s Palm Tower.

This elegant oasis perched on a height will allow guests to witness panoramic views of Dubai’s skyline, including popular destinations such as Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa and Ain Dubai.

“We are excited to be adding a record-breaking destination like AURA to The Palm Tower, one of Nakheel’s most prestigious buildings in Palm Jumeirah,” says Omar Khoory, the Chief Assets Officer at Nakheel.

Designed with custom-made sunbeds and lounges, guests can enjoy this venue for a lazy day by the pool or even host any private celebrations or corporate gatherings.

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This one-of-a-kind experience is complemented with a captivating Lounge & Bar, for guests to unwind in an electric atmosphere. With a beautifully created menu constructed by Head Chef Craig, dishes ranging from the glazed miso salmon to the marinated pineapple sundae, which is sure to impress anyone who visits with every bite.

Spearheaded by Dubai-based hospitality group, Sunset Hospitality, this first-of-a-kind concept transports guests to this island in the sky, ensuring each visit is an unforgettable experience.

“AURA is truly unlike any other destination in the UAE and the world,” the CEO of Sunset Hospitality, Antonio Gonzalez, said. “With 360-degree views of some of the world’s most iconic sights, from the man-made Palm Jumeirah (celebrating this year 20 years since its construction) through to Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa and Ain Dubai – all in one view, it’s a breathtaking new destination that will continue to showcase the very best of Dubai.”

Open from 10am to sunset, three ticketing time slots are available for guests to choose from, with prices for the visits starting from Dhs170 per person. The morning pass runs from 10am to 2pm, then the afternoon session from 3pm to sunset and the full-day session from 10am to sunset.

Adding to the list of record-breaking facilities, the world’s deepest diving facilities also opened their doors earlier this year, being Dubai’s latest marvel. With an incredible 14 million litres of water and a depth of 60 metres, this wonder gained popular worldwide traction.

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