The world's largest overwater villa is now open in the Maldives, and it features a 19m long waterslide that lets you slide straight down into the crystal clear ocean below. Oh my.
Ideal for all the big kids out there, the slide is just one of the features of the incredible floating villa at the Soneva Fushi resort.
The incredible accommodation features glass floor panels for guests to gaze at the fish in the turquoise water below, as well as a decking area with sun loungers for guests to relax and soak in the surrounding paradise.
If you don't fancy taking a dip in nature's swimming pool, there's a pool on the decking too, as well as a private outdoor bath and a chic sunken dining area for the most magical sunset meals.
On the second floor, there's a dining room for guests to tastes the Maldivian island's delights, a living room to chill out in and a master bedroom with a retractable roof so you can fall asleep under the stars and wake up to the clear blue skies.
Have you ever heard of anything more dreamy?
It may not come as a surprise that a private floating villa in the Maldives doesn't come cheap. The one-bedroom villa costs £2,066 a night, but guests will get to enjoy a fully stocked fridge and pantry as part of the deal (if that comes as any consolation).
If you're heading over with a larger group, Soneva Fushi have a whole host of other equally gorgeous properties with more bebrooms, both floating and on the island's shores.
And you'll never be stuck for things to do. The resort has a number of restaurants, glass bowling centre and the largest outdoor cinema in the Indian Ocean. Pure bliss!
We better get saving for this now then...
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