Take a dive into the world of crazy adventures with this glass bottomed pool 40 storeys high.

Ever wondered what it would be like to swim in a cloud? Here’s the next best thing.

In a bid to outperform Skydeck, a glass box that extends 1,353 feet in the air from the tallest building in Chicago, a luxury apartment highrise has made the highest pool in Texas.

The pool is situated at the rooftop of the 40-story Market Square Tower and features a see-through infinity edge pool that is 500 feet above street level, making it the city’s first glass-bottomed pool and Texas’ highest.

It also extends 10 feet beyond the side of the building to give swimmers a birds-eye view of downtown Houston below, as well as, “make it seem as if you’re floating in the sky while you take a dip,” according to Travel and Leisure.

See the craziest pool known to man  (Jon Shapley/Houston Chronicle)

Is swimming in this pool on your bucketlist now? There is a clause though. In order to access the pool, you need to be a resident of Market Square Tower, and one-bedroom apartments at the tower start at around $2,100 a month. Whoa.

If you do visit the Market Square Tower but your heart cannot handle the Sky Pool, the property has another pool on the fourth floor terrace.

See the craziest pool known to man  (Hugh Hargrave)