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Ain Dubai to remain closed until further notice

Dubai: World’s largest and tallest observation wheel, Ain Dubai has extended its temporary closure. The tourist attraction will remain closed until further notice.

‘We continue to rigorously work on completing the enhancement works that have been taking place over the past months. Once a reopening date is set, a further announcement will be made. In line with our commitment to offering guests an experience unlike any other, we look forward to introducing new and exciting offers when we reopen Ain Dubai for visitors to enjoy from across the globe,’ said Ain Dubai in a statement.

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Ain Dubai  first announced its closure in March 2022 for ‘enhancement works  and said  that it would be closed throughout Ramadan and open for Eid Al Fitr. The management further delayed reopening and in October 2022, announced extending the closure until Q1 2023.

Ain Dubai is  situated in Bluewaters Island and  is over 250 metres high. It has 48 cabins and each cabin has a capacity of 10 people. Cabins are split into three main categories: Observation Cabins, Social Cabins and Private Cabins. The observation cabins of Ain Dubai offered visitors the perfect vantage point for 360-degree views of Dubai – over the waters of the Arabian Gulf. One rotation of the wheel takes about 38 minutes. Tickets for adults are priced at Dh130, and Dh100 for children aged between 3 and 12 years. It was opened to the public on October 21, 2021.


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