The Most Ambitious Dubai Projects Completing in 2022-23
Dubai is known for its magnificent architectural works, from towering skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa to man-made islands such as Palm Jumeirah and Pearl Jumeirah. There are several new projects on the horizon, some of which were delayed as a result of the pandemic last year. We are looking forward to the following marvels being ready in 2023, adding to Dubai’s unique charm.
Top 8 Upcoming Mega Projects in Dubai 2022/2023
|1. Ain Dubai||2. The Royal Atlantis|
|4. Dubai Harbour||3. Expo 2020|
|5. Dubai Hills Mall||6. Museum of the Future|
|7. Palm Tower||6. Sky Walk at The Address Sky Views|
1. Ain Dubai
Ain Dubai is the world's biggest and tallest Ferris wheel, located on Bluewaters Island, near the Dubai Marina in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The wheel carries up to 1,750 passengers in 48 cabins and provides views of Dubai Marina and landmarks such as Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah, and Burj Khalifa.
2. The Royal Atlantis
The new iconic landmark of Dubai, Atlantis The Royal welcomes you to an experience that will completely redefine your perspective of luxury. Crafted by the world’s leading designers, architects and artists, this is a destination where everything has been designed to challenge the boundaries of imagination.
3. Dubai Harbour
Dubai Harbour is an iconic, innovative and luxurious waterfront development, creating a world-class maritime facility with the biggest and most advanced cruise terminal and marina in the region. Inspired by the Gulf’s long tradition with the sea, Dubai Harbour is set to further enhance the position of Dubai as a leading global hub for maritime tourism, attracting visitors from all over the world. Located right in the heart of Dubai, in the vibrant area between the iconic Bluewaters and Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Harbour is a stone’s throw away from the city’s most recognised landmarks, beautiful beaches and world-famous attractions.
4. Expo 2020
Expo 2020 was a World Expo hosted by Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022. Originally scheduled for 20 October 2020 to 10 April 2021, it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Arab Emirates.
5. Dubai Hills Mall
Dubai Hills Mall is a retail, leisure, and entertainment complex situated in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Located in the Dubai Hills Estate, at an intersection between Al Khail and Umm Suqeim. Dubai Hills Estate constitutes as one of the first stages in the development of Mohammed bin Rashid City (MBR City) and Dubai Hills Mall will be the primary regional mall in the area.
6. Museum of the Future
The Museum of the Future is an exhibition space for innovative and futuristic ideologies, services, and products. Located in the Financial District of Dubai, UAE, the Museum of the Future has three main elements: green hill, building, and void. Founded by the Dubai Future Foundation. It was set to open in 2021, but as of December of that year had yet to fully do so. The Government of the United Arab Emirates later opened the museum on 22 February 2022. The choice of the date was officially made because the 22nd of February 2022 is a palindrome date.
7. Palm Tower
The Palm Tower, the latest architectural marvel on Dubai's Palm Jumeirah, opened its doors to the public on 7 April 2021. An impressive 52-storied structure, the Palm Tower is a luxurious destination that is home to various commercial and residential spaces. However, the icing on this very tall cake is The View, a premier observation deck located on the 52nd floor, which offers unbeatable views of the Palm Jumeirah, Arabian Sea, and the city's impressive skyline. If you're looking for a new experience in Dubai that is sure to remain imprinted in your memory, book The View at the Palm tickets now.
8. Sky Walk at The Address Sky Views
Ready to rise to the challenge? Sky Views Observatory Edge Walk is the most thrilling attraction in Dubai, and the first of its kind in region. It is the city’s highest full circle hands-free walk on a ledge which encircles the top of the Tower’s main pod, over 219.5 above the ground taking thrill seekers to the tippy-top of the skyscraper in Downtown Dubai. This trek takes visitors along the outside of the building — with no windows or other protective barriers standing between them and sky-high views.