Ain Dubai, which means ‘Dubai Eye’, is Dubai’s version of the London Eye Ferris wheel. Being a part of the city that settles for nothing less than the best, Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel has become the world’s largest and tallest vintage wheel. True to its dignity, Ain Dubai is an engineering marvel that boasts about massive steel structures and the way it is designed. Standing sky-high at 250 metres, this attraction promises a splendid view of Dubai’s illuminated skyline and the city’s widespread coastline.
Be mesmerized by the eye-catchy view of the city’s tallest skyscrapers including Burj Khalifa, Palm Jumeirah and Burj Al Arab during your ride on the Ain Dubai Wheel. The view is said to be breathtakingly gorgeous during sunset when the sky turns crimson and the city is masked in hues of orange. Find yourself a seat in the passenger cabin on the Ain Wheel Dubai and get ready to celebrate the one-of-a-lifetime experience on this global icon as you move slowly on the ferris wheel witnessing Dubai’s glittering vista.
Soaring up to a height of 250 metres above the ground, Ain Dubai is the perfect spot for a panoramic view of the Dubai city and its glistening skyline. There are 48 luxurious cabins on the ferris wheel each adorned with elegant parquet floors, sofas and centre tables. Before you get inside your cabin, you will be shown a 4D movie about Dubai’s history and advances. It takes about 38 minutes to complete a rotation on Ain Dubai during which you can have a look at the city’s tallest buildings like Burj Khalifa and Burj Al Arab. You can catch the spectacular view of the city during the sunset hours, and witness orange and pinkish hues.
It is only common to catch a glimpse of the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa from the tallest Ferris wheel of the world. Known as the heart and soul of Dubai, Burj Khalifa is an architectural marvel that attracts tourists from all over the world. Apart from the stunning view, you can also revel in the fine dining experiences here. Dine at At.mosphere for a delicious meal and an incredible view, stop by the world’s tallest lounge ‘The Lounge’ for a tasty treat, reserve a table at the rooftop clubs or explore the fountain tour for a memorable trip to Burj Khalifa.
If you have a look down your plane, when skydiving or while planning for a trip to Dubai, you can never miss seeing the Palm Jumeirah. Palm Jumeirah is Dubai’s man-made island uniquely designed in the shape of a palm tree. The island is dotted with residential and commercial spaces with plenty of things for Dubai's sightseers. From high-end restaurants, chic beach clubs to a luxury cruise along the coastline, Palm Jumeirah is a rich man’s destination. The ultra-luxurious Atlantis Hotel and its Aquaventure Waterpark are the highlights of this magnificent island.
Burj Al Arab is a lavish hotel in Dubai that is an iconic landmark among luxury travellers. With grand interiors and magnificent suites, Burj Al Arab is one of the first few places that put Dubai on the luxury tourism map. Designed in the shape of a ship’s sail, this luxurious hotel includes a variety of fine dining restaurants, pristine beaches and the extensive Burj Al Arab Terrace. The richness of Burj Al Arab is further enhanced by its underwater restaurant Al Mahara, a fleet of Rolls-Royce cars in the forecourt and a helipad for celebrities.
The Selfish Bull is a surf and turf restaurant that is a mini paradise for meat and seafood lovers. If fish and steak tempt your palate, this is the right place for you. With a multifarious menu at affordable prices, Selfish Bull has an array of foods to choose from. Treat yourself with premium meat, wood-fired grilled crab, Canadian lobsters or French oysters.
Hell’s Kitchen is celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant around Ain Dubai that serves his signature British dishes including Beef Wellington, Eggs in Purgatory and Sticky Toffee Pudding. Hell’s Kitchen, which is located near Ain Dubai, is based on the theme of the chef’s TV Show.
Bringing together authentic Pan-Asian cuisine under one roof, Zhen – Wei takes its visitors on a sensory trip to the streets of Hong Kong. Delicate dim sums and hand pulled noodles are the signature dishes here that will leave the foodies wanting for more. The beautiful interior, calm pools, open terrace dining and alfresco garden makes Zhen- Wei alluring for its ambience.
Alici is a southern Italian restaurant that touts a refreshing environment to enjoy seafood. The view of the blue waters and the bustling yachts and boats from the restaurant goes hand in hand with the delicious seafood on your plate. The menu varies every season based on the availability of fish. The cocktail menu of Alici makes it a popular after-dinner spot.
Specialized in continental cuisine, The London Project gives a great vibe with elegant decor and outdoor dining. The restaurant is famous for its British breakfast like Smashed Avocado, Eggs Benedict and House-made Granola. The dishes here are inspired by the villages of London and will light up your taste buds. There is a huge bar serving a variety of cocktails, wine and spirits.
Bluewaters Island is a man-made island about 500 metres off the JBR Coastline developed by Meraas as an entertainment project.
Flaunting the right blend of a typical island’s calmness and Dubai’s buzz, Bluewater Island is a lively destination featuring distinctive options for residential, hospitality, retail and entertainment.
There are ten apartments on the island with world-class gyms, swimming pools, basketball courts, children’s park and gardens.
The island is the home to Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and The Wharf that houses 132 catering and retail outlets.
The Ain Dubai Ferris wheel is the stealing point of why you should visit Bluewaters Island, as it showcases the stunning view of the Dubai skyline and the serene waters of the Jumeirah Beach.
Ain Dubai is famous for being the world’s largest and tallest Ferris wheel that is towering higher than the London Eye. It takes you up in the sky and showcases the stunning skyline of Dubai, the city’s beautiful coastline, Dubai Marina’s vibrant sight and a glimpse of Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab and Palm Jumeirah.
Ain Dubai is the largest and tallest Ferris wheel in the world that stands at a height of 250 metres and provides a 360 degree view of Dubai. It is much taller than the Eiffel Tower in Paris and even beats the height of the London Eye Ferris wheel.
The best time to visit Ain Dubai is during winter between October and March to avoid the harsh sunny climate of the city. Visit the attraction during dusk to witness the sunset view.
There are 48 passenger cabins inside Ain Dubai to accommodate up to 1750 people. There are three types of cabins- observation cabins to witness the panoramic view of Dubai city, private cabins to host parties, events and celebrations and social cabins with VIP lounge access and a bar to experience a premium ride.
The Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel ride takes around 38 minutes to complete one full rotation. The wheel rotates very slowly at a walking pace to let the visitors enjoy the 360-degree view of Dubai’s skyline.
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