Ain Dubai: The world’s tallest wheel is being built in Dubai. It is expected that it may be inaugurated in October. According to reports, its height will be twice that of the ‘London Eye’ wheel located in London.
- World’s tallest observation wheel ‘Ain Dubai’ built in Dubai
- Dubai’s ‘Ain Dubai’ wheel to be twice as high as ‘London Eye’ made in London
- Wheel with 1,750 visitors, capable of going up to a height of 250 meters
The world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa already exists in Dubai. Now Dubai is ready to welcome tourists on the world’s tallest and largest observation wheel. The wheel, named Ain Dubai, is twice the height of the London Eye. This wheel will take tourists to a height of 250 meters to have an amazing view of the Dubai skyline.
Tour will be about 38 minutes
According to reports, it will be inaugurated in October this year. The pictures of this wheel have already gone viral on social media platforms. Ain Dubai is located on Bluewaters Island, where tourists can organize events such as weddings, birthdays and engagements. The main attraction of the observation wheel tour will be around 38 minutes. This means that one revolution of the wheel will last about 38 minutes.
1,750 visitors can visit at a time
This giant wheel will have 48 passenger cabins with air conditioning. 1,750 visitors can come at a time. The special cabins, which are as large as ‘Double Decker Buses’, can be customized to suit the needs of the visitors. It will also host different events and other things. Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest building in the world with a height of 830 meters and has 163 floors.
London Eye attracts 3 million tourists
Dubai is one of the most prominent tourist centers in the world. Tourism also has a major contribution to the city’s economy which has been affected after the corona virus. The Observation Wheel in London, known as the ‘London Eye’, is currently the most popular tourist attraction in the UK with over 3 million visitors annually. However, the current tallest wheel in Las Vegas is the High Roller which holds 40 passengers.