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Neom building something that’s almost 4 times longer than one in Dubai

Saudi Arabia's Neom likely to beat Dubai

By Web Desk
May 24, 2024
Neom is building worlds longest infinity pool. — Neom/File
Neom is building world's longest infinity pool. — Neom/File

Neom is going to have a magnificent infinity pool that will be about 1,500 feet long and is being planned by Saudi Arabia.

When finished, the pool will be situated in the Treyam area of Neom, 220 feet above the ocean. As per the developers, it will be the longest in the world, according to Business Insider.

In a statement, Neom said the design "represents a harmonious fusion of contemporary design and minimal environmental impact while promising guests an unparalleled retreat to unwind and rejuvenate amidst breathtaking natural vistas."

The pool would be far larger than the one in Dubai, which is located nearby and is an infinity pool that is 393 feet long and suspended between two skyscrapers.

One of the most recent regions declared by Neom is Treyam, which is situated on the southern tip of the Gulf of Aqaba.

According to the planners, it's a "premier resort" built for "adventure and endeavour." Other activities including sailing, diving, and other water sports will also be available in the area.

Further, according to the developers, visitors would be treated to a wide range of "technology-enhanced health and wellness offerings."

The Neom project in Saudi Arabia is a component of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's Vision 2030 project, which seeks to establish the country as a hub for innovation and a destination for upscale travel.