Dubai Holds the Record for the World's Highest Outdoor Swimming Pool
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Outperforming Singapore, Dubai Holds the Record for the World’s Highest Outdoor Swimming Pool

Dubai has a number of attractions that attract many tourists to come. After breaking the world record with the highest swing ride in the world, Dubai is again setting a new record. The largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) recently opened a swimming pool infinity or the infinity pool in the world.

Reporting from the Daily Star, April 5, 2021, the infinity pool is located at Address Beach Resort in Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) Dubai .

At an altitude of about 293 meters (964 feet), the swimming pool managed to beat the previous record held by Marina Bay Sands (MBS) in Singapore, which was 142 meters.

At that height, the infinity pool at Address Beach Resort broke the Guinness World Record for “highest outdoor infinity pool in a building” or “highest outdoor infinity pool in a building”.

The outdoor pool , located on the 77th floor, offers epic views of the Dubai skyline. Tourists who visit can also enjoy views of the Burj Al Arab, Palm Juemirah, and also The World Islands in Dubai which is full of charm.

It also offers 217 hotel rooms and suites , 443 serviced apartments and 478 residential apartments. The 77-storey property, which opened to the public in December 2020, is Address Hotels + Resorts Emaar’s first beachfront property.

Quoted from Booking.com, to stay and enjoy this swimming pool, guests have to spend starting from 224 pounds sterling or Rp.4.4 million. This fee includes one room for two people, complete with breakfast, and of course swimming pool facilities .

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Uniquely, when enjoying the beauty of Dubai from a height, guests can enjoy a menu of food and drinks at the Zeta Seventy Seven restaurant located on the rooftop.

Tourists who come from outside the hotel can also enjoy a variety of food menus at the Asian Fusion Cuisine restaurant, such as oyster ice, wagyu sirloin, crispy fried prawns, and miso lobster. This restaurant offers an equally spectacular view, but guests must make advance reservations if they want to enjoy it.

To enter the swimming pool at this property in Dubai, you must go through a variety of health protocols. At the entrance, guests are checked with thermal scanners and sprayed with a disinfectant.

Hotel maids and staff wear face masks at all times, tables are appropriately spaced and there are plenty of hand washing stations to be found in public or frequently touched areas.

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