World's Highest & Largest Observation Wheel to open this day; Know Everything
It is located on Ain Dubai Bluewaters Island. World's highest observation wheel will be opened to the public from October 21.
New Delhi: Another landmark to join the world's record-breaking attractions within the city of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be opened to the public from October 21.
After Burj Khalifa and Deep Dive in Dubai, the world's largest and highest observation wheel is now going to open and it will make one round in 38 minutes and will make two round in about 76 minutes.
World's Highest Observation Wheel:
It is located on Ain Dubai Bluewaters Island. According to the report of Gulf News, it will take the visitors to a height of 250 meters from where they will be able to enjoy the beautiful view of Dubai. Travelers will get 19 types of special packages along with the facility to dine in the sky of Dubai.
Under this, celebration packages for birthdays, engagements, weddings and business functions will also be available. People can take packages as per their convenience. Along with this, the facility of private cabin has also been provided in it.
Private cabins can be changed as per the convenience of the VIP guests. Mohammed Sharaf, Chief Operating Officer, Dubai Holding Entertainment, said that this flywheel developed by Observation Wheel, Dubai is one of several innovative initiatives that will propel Dubai to scale as a global tourist destination.
50th year celebration:
Chief Officer Mohamed Sharaf said the observation wheel will be opened during the 50th year of the establishment of the United Arab Emirates. In this, many such facilities will also be given to the visitors which will not let them forget the adventure of this wheel for a long time.
Recently Dubai has prepared by making the world's deepest swimming pool. The deep dive is in the Nad al-Sheba area, with a record depth of 60 meters (about 200 feet), which is equivalent to six Olympic-sized swimming pools. It contains 1 crore 40 lakh liters of water.
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