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Dubai Attractions we are waiting to Enjoy in 2017

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Whether you’re an outdoor fanatic or whether you enjoy the finer things in life, these developments will ensure that you have a good 2017 in the UAE this year!

If you’re happy  to have seen 2016 come to an end, then you’ll definitely be pleasantly surprised by some of these big UAE announcements for this year. Here are some mega developments to look forward to and is likely to make headlines during this year.

These developments are bound to create job opportunities for a number of professionals in the construction industry. JOBVINE  usually lists the latest available job opportunities in the UAE.

Latest Dubai Attractions we are waiting to Enjoy in 2017:

Museum of the Future

The Museum of the Future is a project that was initiated by the royal, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, last year. The objective of this futuristic-looking building is to serve as a exhibition space for the world’s most innovative creations and have it serve as an interactive space for innovative thinking. The museum is currently being constructed close to the Jumeirah Emirates Towers and is estimated at $200 million.

Museum of the Future

Museum of the Future

Marina 101

Construction of the Marina was completed at the end of 2016.  It’s currently the second-tallest building in the UAE and the tallest residential building in the world. The name derives from the number of floors that comprises the building, where the first 33 floors is made up of the five-star Hard Rock Hotel. The rest of the building is made up of residential apartments.

Marina 101

Marina 101

Dubai Frame

The Dubai Frame was scheduled to be completed by the end of 2015. However, the construction progressed slower than anticipated. The facility is now active and offers great views of old Dubai (the Creek and Deira) on one side – and remarkable vistas of new Dubai (Downtown and Sheikh Zayed Road) on the other.

Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame

Ain Dubai

Located at the end of Dubai Marina, in the Arabic language it articulates ‘Dubai Eye,’ which is rather logical reasoning. The construction started in 2015 and was due for completion over a period of two years. Ain Dubai will open sometime during this year. This will be the biggest Ferris wheel in the world, as it holds 210 passengers at a remarkable height of 210 metres. Once you’re seated in one of the pods, you’ll get to enjoy the magnificent views that Dubai has to offer. A full rotation of the Ferris wheel will take about 48 minutes.

Ain Dubai

Ain Dubai

Dubai Safari

Though the Dubai Safari was scheduled to be launched in 2016, there has been a number  of delays, but there’s no doubt that you’ll get to experience it during this year.  Dubai Safari has been pretty upfront about why its opening has been delayed. This new park will be replacing the Dubai Zoo and will cover 119 hectares of land. The look and feel of the park has been compared to South Africa’s Kruger National Park. That means it’s less of a zoo and more of a wildlife conservation area.

Dubai Safari

Dubai Safari

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    Ra-ees Moerat is a Creative Content Strategist and Journalist who graduated in Journalism at Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT). Twitter: RMoerat! Facebook: RMoerat!

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