Dubai is adding another superlative experience to its already very long list of world record-breaking attractions.
The emirate is home to the world’s tallest swing ride, the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall, and the world’s tallest building, and as of October 21st, it will also be the location of the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel.
The observation wheel, dubbed Ain Dubai, will stand over 820 feet high, i.e. nearly twice the height of the London Eye.
The world’s largest and tallest observation wheel will offer 360-degree stunning views of Dubai from its three types of air-conditioned cabins:
- Observation Cabins: the shared cabins will gives guests a chance to enjoy stunning views of the Dubai skyline and other iconic landmarks during a 38-minute rotation (including at sunset). The cost of a ride in an observation cabin starts at $35.50
- Social Cabins: social Cabins are shared cabins that include lounge access and beverages. The cost of a 38-minute ride in an observation cabin starts at $48
- Private Cabins: private cabins are where guests can experience top-notch exclusivity. Guests can opt for a celebration package for birthdays, engagements, weddings, and more. These cabins can be customized to cater for any event
“Ain Dubai offers first-of-its-kind experiences catering to all audiences including luxurious special event cabins; nightlife and party experiences; unique dining and culinary options; family-friendly cabins and customizable romantic experiences for special moments,” said Ronald Drake, General Manager of Ain Dubai in a press release.
Riders on the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel can choose to enjoy one rotation of approximately 38 minutes and up to two rotations of approximately 76 minutes.
Ain Dubai is set to open on October 21, 2021. To experience the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel, book your ticket now. You may be able to to be among the first people to enjoy sunrise in the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel.