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Wednesday, 14 July 2021

The UAE has built a 60 meter deep swimming pool on Earth ready to pay an hourly fee and the monthly earnings will be gone!

 The UAE has built a 60 meter deep swimming pool on Earth ready to pay an hourly fee and the monthly earnings will be gone!

The UAE has built a 60 meter deep swimming pool on Earth ready to pay an hourly fee and the monthly earnings will be gone!



Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates and the Gulf states, has built the 20 deepest swimming pools on earth. The swimming pool is named Deep Drive Dubai. Dive-loving swimmers have the opportunity to dive up to 50 meters deep. This is not just a swimming pool but a paradise for swimmers. This deep dive has only recently begun. The 50 meter or 200 feet deep swimming pool holds 15 million liters of water. The source of this fresh water is enough to be poured into an Olympic-shaped swimming pool. The decoration of the swimming pool is made up of slow music and brightly colored lights.


The fee for one hour bath in this swimming pool is more than 10 thousand rupees. However, to dive to the bottom, you have to spend Rs 50,000. Deep Dive Dubai's pool is shaped like an oyster dedicated to the swimming pool's UAE Pearl diving tradition. In addition to the 8-meter-high and 150-storey Burj Khalifa, it is now the world's deepest swimming pool. The biggest feature of this pool is the submerged city. One of which is found in an apartment and also an arcade. There are various types of courses available for scuba divers. For amateur divers, there are 18 lights of different moods in the pool with fum camera.

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In the future, a 20-seat restaurant will also be opened in the pool where meetings, events and conferences can be held. The fresh water of this pool will be filtered every six hours with the filter technology developed by NASA and ultraviolet radiation. The pool temperature will be maintained up to 40 degree Celsius for the convenience of swimmers. Jorod Jeblonski, who contributed to the development of the world of scuba diving, is himself the director of Deep Dive Dubai.

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