Summer is finally here – so how do you fancy swimming in turquoise waters between two skyscrapers in a transparent pool, suspended 35m in the air?
A video of exactly that has got people talking online, as swimmers are enjoying London’s 25m long ‘Sky Pool’ that opened in May – believed to be the “world’s first” of its kind.
The video was shot by the BBC near the US Embassy in Nine Elms, just south of the River Thames. All we can say is: we wouldn’t want to look down.
It’s pretty amazing to look at.
Here’s a view from an actual swimmer in the pool.
And from someone watching underneath.
Some people aren’t convinced, though.
And to top it all off, there’s a catch. A big one.
You need to be a resident of Embassy Gardens to swim there – so sadly, it’s not a place you can book into for an impromptu heatwave dip.
It’s also been reported that the pool can’t be accessed by those living in the shared ownership part of the development.
HuffPost UK has contacted Embassy Gardens to confirm whether or not this is the case and will update this as soon as we hear back.