Dubai Expo 2020: Top 12 projects
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Dubai Water Canal Project
The 3.2km canal with a 6.4km-long waterfront, starts from Business Bay and ends in the Arabian Gulf at the Jumeirah Beach Park.
The project includes a new shopping center, four hotels and 450 restaurants as well as luxury housing and cycling paths.
Museum of the Future
The museum will focus on innovation, will held advanced courses and workshops and will present the world’s latest inventions.
The museum itself has a highly innovative circular shape and will be located next to the Jumeirah emirates towers near DIF (Dubai International Financial Centre)
Jewel of the Creek
Jewel of the Creek is located in the Port Saeed area of Deira, representing a strategic location at the north shore of Dubai Creek.
Jewel of the Creek is characterized by an inner creek with promenade; man-made island with car-free ground floor; longest swimming pool in Dubai and many others.
Al Habtoor city
Al Habtoor City will feature three top-rated hotels, managed by Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide (St. Regis, Westin Dubai and W Dubai Sheikh Zayed Road), as well as three luxury residential towers.
Moreover, it will follow an iconic Las Vegas style aqua theatre and the world’s first Bentley café.
New Hotels, apartments and a large shopping mall will be built on this new waterfront city.
A high number of attractions will characterize Deira Islands, such as an Arabic souk-style night market, an amphitheater for 30,000 people and a marina that can accommodate large yachts.
MBR City – District One
District One includes a 7km stretch of Crystal Lagoons, the world’s largest artificial beach and a 14km boardwalk.
Located few minutes from the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Mall, the luxury District One project covers over 440 hectares, with more than 60 percent of the total area being allocated to green and open spaces.
The project is located in Dubai Creek and is inspired, as the name already reveals, by the tales of Aladdin and Sindbad.
It will feature three towers, comprising commercial and hotel space. The most innovative features are air-conditioned bridges with moving floor to connect the towers, driveways and parking lots.
Dubai theme parks
The resort features three theme parks including Motiongate Dubai, Bollywood Parks and Legoland Dubai, as well as a 60,000sq ft stage that will hold Bollywood-themed performances.
The project was built to resemble a huge picture frame, through which modern Dubai such as Emirates Towers and Burj Khalifa can be seen on one side, while from the other side, visitors can view older parts of the city such as Deira, Umm Harare and Karama. The past, present and the future of Dubai: witness three dimensions in one destination, Dubai Frame.
Al Mamzar Beachfront
The project, which stretches over 9,000,000 square feet, includes 4,000 residential units, 300 hotel rooms, 250,000 square metres of retail amenities and 3.5km of walking tracks covered with plantations.
This project is estimated to attract three million visitors per annum. The island houses the Dubai Eye – the world’s tallest Ferris Wheel.
The project also includes residential, hospitality and entertainment zones – as well as a boutique five-star hotel.
Dubai Creek Harbour
The project aims to preserve both the cultural and environmental aspects, by integrating a smart, green city, whilst building on cultural heritage.
The centerpiece of the development will be the new cable-tied Dubai Creek Tower designed by the Spanish-Swiss architect Santiago Calatrava, and is expected to be taller than the Burj Khalifa.
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