Ain Dubai Wheel To Remain Closed Till 2023; Here’s What Makes The Unique Structure So Popular

by Deeplata Garde
Ain Dubai Wheel To Remain Closed Till 2023; Here’s What Makes The Unique Structure So Popular

The enormous observation wheel on Bluewaters Island underwent a renovation this Ramadan, according to the announcement. Ain Dubai Wheel was slated to reopen beginning in March 2022. However, sources have confirmed the delayed re-opening, much to our disappointment. The 250m structure will continue to be a renovation in progress till Q1 of 2023. A specific reopening date is yet to be determined.

Ain Dubai Wheel To Remain Closed Till Q1 Of 2023

Ain Dubai Wheel
Pic Creds: Visit Dubai

The opening of Ain Dubai was ultimately on October 21, 2021. The monument is a remarkable engineering achievement. Each wheel limb towers 126m high and is broad enough to carry 15 London buses. The hub and spindle, when connected, weigh the same as four A380 aircraft.

Ain Dubai translates to “Dubai Eye” in Arabic. It is reachable from the island and is a must-see site for everyone. The picturesque structure surrounds itself with unique social and celebration events.

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Unique Facts About Ain Dubai To Enjoy The Popular Structure

  1. It is nearly twice as big as the London Eye and 82 metres taller than the High Roller in Las Vegas.
  2. The 48 cabins offer a 360-degree view of the Arabian Gulf, Dubai Marina, JBR, Burj Al Arab, and Bluewaters Island.
  3. Ain Dubai is the result of the collaboration of more than ten nations, with the steel wheel construction being made in the UAE, South Korea, and Germany.
  4. The two biggest cranes in the world were used to construct Ain Dubai.
  5. 11,200 tonnes of steel were utilised to create the tower, which is 33 per cent more than was required to erect the Eiffel Tower.
  6. The base of the wheel serves as a top-notch entertainment area with a giant LED screen set on it. Making Ain Dubai more than just an elevated viewpoint for changing city perspectives.

So here are ample reasons to visit the beautiful structure whenever it reopens.

Cover Image Courtesy: Visit Dubai