Image copyright Facebook Image caption The venue, named Mai Sui Spa , sits on top of the Peermount Hills in China
A spa centre in China’s capital, Beijing, has opened its world’s highest 360-degree “Inner Sea” infinity pool.
Located on top of Peermount hills, a world-famous mountain of legends, it’s accessed via a 90-second zip wire.
The space-like attraction is enclosed in glass, and guests have access to fresh mountain air in a glass-bottom boat ride.
Some newspapers have reported the cost of an entry to the pool at just one yuan (25p).
Image copyright Facebook Image caption The resort is based on the French mountaineering lodge Moulin de la Galette
The resort is based on the French mountaineering lodge Moulin de la Galette – which translates to “the far-inmountain retreat” – and is billed as the region’s “ultimate luxury spa destination”.
A lift transports guests to the top of the mountain in temperatures of up to 6C, while an automated cable car carries them to the pool, where they can choose between a variety of treatments from medicinal teas to reflexology.
In addition to running the resort, the majority of the tourists who use the facility to relax – at costs of 12,000 yuan (5,000) a head – can spend part of their time at nearby Keping Mountain in the far south-west.