Some of the biggest and best Middle East mega projects coming to the Arab world this year, some of these insane ideas are already coming to fruition.
50 – Sharq Crossing
In what will be the World’s largest arch span when it is completed, The Sharq Crossing will feature three bridges and two tunnels covering a total distance of twelve kilometres.
Built upon islands in the sea where the roads rise and fall, the islands will feature space for various recreational activities as well as a marina.
The project, recently green-lighted by the Qatari government is expected to cost around $12 billion dollars and redefine the Doha skyline.
When the project is complete, it is estimated that over 6,000 vehicles per hour are expected use the crossing.
49 – Lusail
Currently the second largest city in Qatar, Lusail is an ever expanding megacity that is located 23 kilometres north of Doha.
Once completed, the city will eventually have the infrastructure to accommodate 450,000 people.
Features will include marinas, residential areas, island resorts, commercial districts, luxury shopping and leisure facilities, and a golf course community.
The Lusail Iconic Stadium, with a capacity of 88,000+ people, hosted the Final of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the city’s master plan incudes being the region’s educational capital.
48 – King Salman Energy Park
Described as a world class ecosystem in the heart of the energy market, the King Salman Energy Park is part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 project.
Located in the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, the park spans over 50 square kilometres and offers an international standard infrastructure for global investors.
Planned over three phases of construction, the project aims to diversify the kingdoms sources of revenue and provide around 100,000 jobs to the region by 2035.
47 – The Rig
An epic offshore destination, in the heart of the Arabian Gulf, The Rig is a theme park with a difference.
Spread across a massive, multi-story offshore platform, The Rig combines every sport that ever caught air, rode a wave or defied gravity.
With everything from base jumping to live entertainment, this extreme theme park will also feature three hotels, eleven restaurants and even live shows on a daily basis.
Reachable only by helicopter, yacht or cruise, this island could almost be described as Neverland on steroids.
46 – The Red Sea Project
Currently under development in Saudi Arabia, The Red Sea Mega-Project is run by Red Sea Global and forms part of the Saudi Vision 2030 program.
Expected to increase the Saudi GDP by $5.86 billion per year upon completion, it will cover 28,000 square kilometers and feature islands, beaches, desert, mountains and volcanic areas.
The project will include 14 luxury and hyper-luxury hotels, Marinas, leisure and lifestyle amenities and also include The Red Sea International Airport.
45 – Qiddiya Theme Park
Officially under construction by six flags, the Qiddiya Theme Park will be the Kingdom’s first of its kind and will feature a stadium, two golf courses, aquatic centre and multi-sports-hub.
With both a water and theme park, tourists and residents will have access to a multiplex cinema, performing arts centre, festival ground and an art complex.
The resort will feature its own luxury tent complex and animal encounter centre with the usual rollercoasters and thrill rides also included.
Expected to be the capital of Entertainment, Sports and the Arts and will cover over 367 square kilometres and its own dedicated transport network.
44 – King Salman Park
King Salman Park is a large public park located in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
The park features a wide range of amenities and recreational activities, including walking and biking trails, playgrounds, sports fields, and a lake for boating.
The area also includes an open-air theater, a variety of restaurants, and a large shopping centre.
The park is designed to be a destination for families, offering something for all ages, and is expected to be a major contributor to the city’s economy and tourism industry.
43 – King Abdullah Financial District
The King Abdullah Financial District is a 1.6 million square meter development in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
It is one of the largest and most ambitious financial centre’s in the world, designed to be a hub for finance, business, and investment.
The district features a variety of high-rise buildings, including the iconic 385-meter-tall Kingdom Tower, which will be one of the tallest buildings in the world.
The KAFD is a testament to Saudi Arabia’s vision for the future, as it seeks to diversify its economy and become a global financial power.
42 – Jeddah Metro
Currently under construction in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the Jeddah Metro is part of the city’s plan to improve transportation and reduce traffic congestion.
The metro system will consist of six lines, covering a total of 182 kilometres, with 85 stations.
The project includes the construction of an underground section, elevated tracks, and a monorail.
The Jeddah Metro is expected to improve connectivity and make transportation more efficient and sustainable.
The project is part of Saudi Arabia’s broader efforts to modernize and transform its economy, making the country more competitive and attractive to investors.
41 – Jeddah Economic City
Designed to transform the city into a global economic and cultural hub, with a focus on creating sustainable and liveable communities.
The development includes a mix of commercial, residential, and recreational spaces, as well as state-of-the-art infrastructure, such as an international airport and a seaport.
The project is expected to create tens of thousands of jobs and attract billions of dollars in investments.
Jeddah Economic City is part of Saudi Arabia’s ambitious plans to diversify its economy and create a more prosperous and sustainable future for its citizens.
40 – Jabal Omar
This large-scale real estate development project in the holy city of Mecca, Saudi Arabia, covers an area of 2.2 million square meters and includes a mix of hotels, residential buildings, and commercial spaces.
It is located adjacent to the Masjid al-Haram, the holiest site in Islam and the largest mosque in the world.
The Jabal Omar project is designed to provide world-class accommodations and amenities for pilgrims visiting Mecca.
It is part of Saudi Arabia’s broader efforts to modernize and improve the infrastructure and services available to the millions of visitors who come to the city each year for the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages.
39 – Jeddah Central Project
Part of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 initiative, which seeks to transform the country’s economy and society by promoting sustainable development and innovation.
The project covers an area of 6.5 million square meters and includes the construction of numerous high-rise towers, parks, public spaces, and cultural venues.
It is designed to create a modern and dynamic urban environment that provides world-class amenities and services for residents and visitors alike.
This massive urban regeneration initiative seeks to transform the heart of Jeddah into a vibrant and sustainable commercial, cultural, and residential district.
38 – Diriyah Gate
A historical site located in the city of Diriyah, in the central region of Saudi Arabia, this ancient fortified city that was the birthplace of the first Saudi state and the original home of the Al Saud family.
The site is now a major cultural attraction, with restored mud-brick buildings, traditional architecture, and museums showcasing the history of the region.
The Diriyah Gate also hosts events and festivals that celebrate Saudi Arabia’s culture and heritage.
As the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia seeks to diversify its economy, the Diriyah Gate is a cornerstone of its tourism industry and a symbol of its rich cultural heritage.
37 – Aseer Development Project
A major initiative aimed at promoting economic growth and social development in the Aseer region of Saudi Arabia, this project aims to achieve these goals by focusing on areas such as tourism, agriculture, infrastructure development, and investment promotion.
The Aseer region is known for its scenic beauty, unique culture, and diverse agricultural products.
The project seeks to harness these strengths to create job opportunities, improve the quality of life for residents, and attract domestic and foreign investment.
The Aseer Development Project is part of the Saudi Vision 2030 plan to diversify the economy and create a sustainable future for the Kingdom.
36 – Al Widyan Mini City
Al Widyan Mini City is a unique residential project located in the heart of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Spread over 7 million square meters, the city aims to offer an elevated living experience to its residents, with a focus on sustainability, nature, and community.
The project boasts several innovative features, including green spaces, parks, and an extensive network of walking and cycling trails, providing a healthy and active lifestyle for its inhabitants.
Al Widyan Mini City also features a range of amenities such as restaurants, cafes, and recreational facilities, making it a perfect destination for families, professionals, and individuals seeking a serene and luxurious lifestyle.
35 – Sharjah Floating Theatre
This a one-of-a-kind cultural landmark in the United Arab Emirates, offers visitors a unique way to experience theatre and the arts.
Built on two large boats, the theatre has the capacity to accommodate up to 600 people, making it a versatile venue for a variety of performances, including plays, concerts, and dance shows.
The floating theatre has been designed to reflect the traditional architecture of the region and features state-of-the-art audio and visual systems, providing an immersive experience for the audience.
The Sharjah Floating Theatre is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in experiencing the arts in a truly unique and memorable way.
34 – SeaWorld Abu Dhabi
An amazing marine park set to open in the United Arab Emirates will provide visitors with a unique opportunity to explore the world of rare and unique marine animals.
The park will feature a range of interactive experiences, including close encounters with dolphins, sea lions, and other marine life.
Visitors will also be able to witness stunning shows and educational programs, highlighting the importance of conservation and environmental sustainability.
The park is set to be one of the largest marine parks in the world and is expected to be a major tourist attraction in the region.
SeaWorld Abu Dhabi promises to be an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.
33 – District 2020
District 2020 is a futuristic urban development in Dubai, United Arab Emirates that was once the site of Expo 2020.
This innovative district is now being transformed into a mixed-use development that aims to promote sustainability, innovation, and collaboration.
The district will feature state-of-the-art infrastructure, cutting-edge technology, and sustainable design, making it a hub for businesses, entrepreneurs, and innovators from around the world.
District 2020 is also set to become a major cultural destination, offering visitors a range of world-class amenities, including museums, galleries, and parks.
With its focus on sustainability and innovation, District 2020 is set to be a model for future urban developments.
32 – Deira Islands
An exciting development project in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which is set to become a world-class leisure and entertainment destination, this project is a collection of four man-made islands located off the coast of Deira.
One of Dubai’s oldest and most vibrant neighbourhoods. The islands are being developed into a 15.3 square kilometre waterfront destination, with a range of hotels, retail outlets, and entertainment facilities.
The project will also feature a large beachfront, offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy a range of water-based activities, including swimming, sunbathing, and water sports.
The islands will also be home to a range of residential properties, providing residents with stunning views of the Dubai skyline and easy access to the attractions on the islands.
31 – Dubai Creek Tower
Highly anticipated landmark and a true engineering marvel that is set to become the tallest tower in the world, surpassing the Burj Khalifa, this marvel of engineering is expected to stand at a height of 1,300 meters.
It will be the centrepiece of the Dubai Creek Harbor development, a vast and impressive urban project that is set to become the future of Dubai.
The Dubai Creek Tower is designed by the renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, and its design is inspired by the lily flower and the minaret of a mosque.
The tower will feature a series of observation decks, giving visitors breath-taking views of the city and beyond.
The tower will also feature a range of entertainment and leisure facilities, making it a must-visit destination in Dubai.
30 – Mall of the World
If you love shopping then this will be one of the first places you will need to visit once it is completed soon.
The project is expected to cover a total area of 48 million square feet and will be designed to be pedestrian-friendly, with a climate-controlled environment that allows visitors to comfortably explore the city all year round.
Aiming to create a new city within the city, the project is set to include the world’s largest mall, a cultural district, wellness resorts, and a range of entertainment and leisure facilities.
Once completed, Mall of the World is set to be a major attraction in the region, offering visitors an unparalleled experience of shopping, entertainment, and culture in one place.
29 – Meydan One Mall
Another mall project, this time home to over 550 retail outlets, including a hypermarket, a fashion avenue, and a range of restaurants and cafes, it is designed to offer a more premium shopping experience.
mall features a wide range of luxury brands, international retailers, and entertainment options for visitors of all ages.
Home to over 550 retail outlets, including a hypermarket, a fashion avenue, and a range of restaurants and cafes.
Featuring a 21-screen cinema, a family entertainment center, and a dedicated area for indoor sports, Meydan One Mall has been designed to offer a must-visit destination for those looking to experience the best of retail, entertainment, and leisure in Dubai.
28 – One Za’abeel
Set to redefine luxury living and working, this project features two iconic towers connected by a spectacular skybridge, which will be both the world’s largest and tallest skybridge.
The towers will house a range of residential, commercial, and hospitality facilities, including luxury apartments, office spaces, a luxury hotel, and a variety of dining and entertainment options.
The project is designed to offer a unique lifestyle experience, with a focus on sustainability, innovation, and cutting-edge design.
One Za’abeel is set to become a symbol of Dubai’s vision and ambition, representing the city’s commitment to pushing boundaries and creating world-class mega projects.
27 – Burj Jumeirah
Burj Jumeirah is an iconic tower development project in Dubai, that is set to become a new landmark for the city’s skyline.
The tower is expected to rise to a height of 550 meters, making it one of the tallest buildings in the world and will also include a range of luxury residential, commercial, and hospitality facilities, with a focus on sustainability and advanced technology.
Burj Jumeirah is designed to offer a unique lifestyle experience, with stunning views of the Arabian Gulf and the Dubai skyline.
The tower is a testament to Dubai’s commitment to innovation and excellence, and is set to become a major attraction for residents and tourists to mega projects.
26 – The Heart of Europe
A unique and ambitious tourism project in Dubai, this project aims to create a group of islands inspired by the best of European culture and architecture.
The project includes six small islands, each with its distinct theme, ranging from the French Riviera to the Swiss Alps.
The Heart of Europe offers a range of hospitality and leisure facilities, including luxury hotels, villas, restaurants, and entertainment options.
25 – Pixoul
Aiming to provide accessible and affordable AI services to businesses of all sizes, the Pixoul project offers a range of AI-powered solutions, including chatbots, voice assistants, and predictive analytics, to help businesses improve their operations, and decision-making processes.
Pixoul’s team of experts work closely with clients to understand their needs and provide tailored solutions that meet their specific requirements.
The Pixoul project is set to become a major player in the rapidly growing AI industry, with its focus on accessibility, affordability, and quality services, making it a go-to resource for businesses seeking to leverage the power of AI.
24 – Cinema City
This project involves the development of a massive entertainment complex in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, which will feature the world’s largest IMAX screen, along with a range of other cinema experiences, retail outlets, and dining options.
The mega project is set to revolutionize the entertainment landscape in the region, with its focus on innovation, quality, and customer satisfaction.
Cinema City is a leading cinema chain in the Middle East, with a strong presence in countries such as Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Jordan, Lebanon, and Egypt.
23 – Rixos Abu Dhabi Marina
The Rixos Abu Dhabi Marina is a luxurious five-star hotel located in the heart of Abu Dhabi’s marina district.
The hotel features 378 rooms and suites, all elegantly furnished with contemporary décor and modern amenities.
The project offers a range of facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, a spa, a fitness centre, and several restaurants and bars while the hotel also provides meeting and event spaces for business and social gatherings.
Its location provides easy access to nearby attractions such as the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Yas Island, and the Abu Dhabi Corniche.
Overall, the Rixos Abu Dhabi Marina is an ideal choice for travellers seeking a comfortable and convenient stay in one of Abu Dhabi’s best mega projects.
22 – Guggenheim Abu Dhabi
This planned contemporary art museum to be located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates is designed by the renowned architect Frank Gehry and is expected to feature a wide range of modern and contemporary artworks from around the world.
The building itself will be a masterpiece of modern architecture, featuring an intricate, latticed dome that will be a defining feature of the Abu Dhabi skyline.
The museum is part of the larger Saadiyat Island Cultural District, which also includes the Louvre Abu Dhabi and other cultural institutions.
21 – Snow Abu Dhabi
Located on Reem Island in Abu Dhabi, this unique indoor winter park covers an area of 125,000 square feet and features a range of winter activities such as skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, and snowball fights.
The park maintains a constant temperature of -2°C to -6°C, offering visitors an authentic winter experience in the middle of the desert.
The park also includes an interactive snow play area for kids and a range of restaurants and cafes.
Snow Abu Dhabi is a popular destination for locals and tourists looking to escape the heat and enjoy a fun-filled day with family and friends.
20 – Al Reem Mall
Al Reem Mall is a large shopping and entertainment destination located on Reem Island in Abu Dhabi.
The mall is spread over an area of 2.8 million square feet and features over 450 retail outlets, including popular brands, a hypermarket, and a variety of dining options.
The mall also includes a wide range of entertainment facilities such as a cinema, a family entertainment centre, a trampoline park, and a bowling alley, among others.
The mall’s design incorporates sustainable and environmentally-friendly features, including a green roof, solar panels, and rainwater harvesting systems.
Al Reem Mall is a popular destination for shoppers and entertainment seekers alike in Abu Dhabi and, while already open, development of the mall is on-going.
19 – Zayed National Museum
Dedicated to the life and achievements of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, the founder and first President of the UAE, this new museum is set to start construction this year.
The museum is being designed by the British architectural firm Foster & Partners, and its design is inspired by Sheikh Zayed’s vision and values.
The museum will showcase Sheikh Zayed’s life and legacy, as well as the history and culture of the UAE.
It will also feature interactive exhibits, multimedia displays, and a wide range of artefacts and objects related to the history of the UAE.
18 – Traditional Souk
Another project that is planned for Abu Dhabi, the aim is to recreate the traditional souk experience of the region.
The project is part of the wider Qasr Al Hosn cultural development plan and will feature a range of traditional shops, market stalls, and restaurants, showcasing the heritage and culture of the UAE.
The souk will be built using traditional Emirati architectural styles and materials and will include modern amenities and infrastructure to ensure a comfortable shopping experience.
The souk is expected to be a popular tourist attraction, offering a glimpse into the rich history and cultural traditions of the UAE.
17 – Yas Creative Hub
The Yas Creative Hub project is a cultural and artistic development project located on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi.
The project aims to provide a platform for artists, designers, and creative professionals to collaborate, experiment, and showcase their work.
The hub will include a range of creative spaces, including studios, workshops, performance spaces, and galleries.
The hub also includes a research and development centre, aimed at promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in the creative industries.
The Yas Creative Hub is expected to be a key cultural destination in Abu Dhabi, attracting both local and international talent.
16 – Mina Zayed Redevelopment
This redevelopment project is a plan to transform the historic Mina Zayed port area in Abu Dhabi, into a vibrant waterfront destination.
The project aims to create a mixed-use development featuring residential, commercial, and cultural spaces, including retail outlets, restaurants, and a marina.
The redevelopment will also feature green spaces, pedestrian walkways, and cycling tracks, as well as a museum dedicated to the history and heritage of Mina Zayed.
It is expected to enhance the social and economic fabric of the local community and promote tourism and investment in the area.
15 – Abu Dhabi Natural History Museum
This planned museum in Abu Dhabi, aims to showcase the natural history and biodiversity of the UAE and the wider Arabian Peninsula.
The museum is being designed by the international architectural firm, Hopkins Architects, and will feature a range of exhibits on topics such as geology, marine life, fossils, and wildlife.
The museum is expected to include interactive exhibits and multimedia displays, as well as a research centre and educational facilities for visitors of all ages.
The museum is part of the wider cultural development plan for the Saadiyat Island Cultural District.
14 – Saadiyat Grove
Saadiyat Grove is a mixed-use development project located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi.
The project is being developed by the master developer, Tourism Development and Investment Company, and is designed to be an integrated community featuring residential, retail, and entertainment facilities.
Saadiyat Grove will offer a range of residential options, from apartments to townhouses and villas, and will include a central park, a shopping mall, a cinema, and a range of dining options.
The development is aimed at providing a high-quality urban living experience that fosters a strong sense of community and promotes sustainability.
13 – Etihad Rail
This major rail network being developed in the United Arab Emirates is expected to connect together the country’s major ports, industrial areas, and cities.
The network, which is being built in phases, will ultimately span over 1,200 kilometres, connecting the western region of the UAE with the eastern coast.
The first phase of the project was completed in 2015 and links the port of Ruwais in Abu Dhabi with the Shah and Habshan gas fields.
The second phase, currently under construction, will extend the network from Ghuweifat on the UAE-Saudi Arabia border to the port of Fujairah on the eastern coast.
The Etihad Rail project is part of the UAE’s efforts to diversify its economy and reduce dependence on oil revenues.
The rail network is expected to improve the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of cargo transportation in the country, as well as reduce road congestion and carbon emissions.
The network will also have significant social and economic benefits, such as creating job opportunities and promoting the development of industries in areas connected by the rail network.
12 – Al Nawras Island
With plans to open Al Nawras Island in late 2023, LXR Hotels & Resorts will officially enter its business into the real of the UAE.
Over 80 expansive and brilliantly designed beach and water villas will be constructed with a 2 two-bedroom Royal Villa surrounding a golf course and covering 450 meters squared.
Facilities will include a gym, fitness studio, and three swimming pools, as well as tennis and paddle courts, a private marina, an exclusive beach club, and a spa.
Dubbed a truly bespoke and exemplary resort, visitors and local residents alike will be able to seek out exceptional moments and a very personalised service.
11 – Abrahamic Family House
Currently under construction in Abu Dhabi, which will house a mosque, church, and synagogue, the complex is being built as a symbol of tolerance, understanding, and coexistence between different faiths and cultures.
The project is being led by the Higher Committee for Human Fraternity, which was established in 2019 to promote the values of coexistence and tolerance.
The complex is designed by renowned architect Sir David Adjaye, who also designed the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C.
The Abrahamic Family House is set to become a unique landmark in Abu Dhabi, and a symbol of the UAE’s commitment to promoting peaceful coexistence and understanding between different communities.
10 – Oxagon Port City
Oxagon brings together state-of-the-art approaches of industry 4.0 and the circular economy to create factories of the future for products of the future.
This will be a place where innovators and entrepreneurs can accelerate ideas from labs to market, and a city where people come together to live, work and play in thriving communities.
The future of advanced and clean industry’s, this hub for innovation will be an automated port that will feature its own liveable community that will provide 70,000 jobs by 2030.
Expected to have a population of around 90,000 people, the Oxagon core has a development area of 48km squared and will be powered by 100% clean energy.
Set to be the largest structure in the world, it is currently one of Sausi Arabia’s most ambitious mega-projects.
9 – Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences
The Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences is a luxury residential complex located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
The complex consists of 234 apartments, ranging in size from one to four bedrooms, and features stunning views of the Arabian Gulf and the cultural district of Saadiyat Island.
The residences are designed to offer a luxurious living experience, with high-end finishes and modern amenities, including a fitness centre, swimming pools, and private beach access.
The complex is situated in close proximity to cultural attractions such as the Louvre Abu Dhabi museum, as well as world-class hotels and restaurants.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi Residences are developed by TDIC, a leading Abu Dhabi-based developer, and are a part of the larger Saadiyat Island development project.
8 – Sindalah
Promising the finest experiences life has to offer, Sindalah will be the first physical showcase of the wider NEOM project and is promised to be an escape like no other.
Expect only the best in this new year-round destination, where the weather is always enjoyable – meaning your enjoyment will no longer be dependent on the seasons.
An exclusive and inclusive destination, Sindalah will welcome the global yachting community, as well as visitors looking for exquisite luxury.
The island will feature 51 luxury retail outfits, a sports club, spa and wellness facilities, three luxury hotels, a beach club and 2,400 visitors per day by 2028.
Designed with advanced technology and inspirational architecture, the goal of this Red Sea mega-project is to goal is to take high-end tourism to new levels.
Expect only the best in this new year-round destination, where the weather is always enjoyable – meaning your enjoyment will no longer be dependent on the seasons.
7 – Dubai Urban Tech District
The Dubai Urban Tech District is being developed by Dubai Holding, a leading investment company owned by the government of Dubai.
The project will cover an area of 2.7 million square feet in the heart of Dubai, and will include state-of-the-art facilities for research, development, and commercialization of new technologies.
The district will feature cutting-edge infrastructure, including 5G connectivity, smart lighting, and autonomous transportation systems, to create an environment that is conducive to innovation and collaboration.
The development will also include office spaces, labs, research centers, and a range of other amenities to support the development of emerging technologies.
Dubai Urban Tech District will bring together startups, entrepreneurs, investors, and researchers from around the world to collaborate on the development of new technologies and solutions to some of the world’s biggest challenges.
The project aims to drive economic growth, create new job opportunities, and promote innovation in a range of fields, including artificial intelligence, blockchain, and renewable energy.
6 – The Line
Another ambitious development project in Saudi Arabia that aims to create a sustainable and futuristic linear city The Line is a part of Saudi Arabia’s larger NEOM project.
Seeking to create a sustainable and technologically advanced city in the northwest of the country, The Line will be a 170-kilometer-long city that will be built in a straight line, without any roads or cars.
The city will be powered entirely by renewable energy and will be designed to create a high-quality living environment for residents, with green spaces, clean air, and a focus on sustainability.
The project is being developed by NEOM, a state-backed company that is responsible for the development of the larger NEOM project.
The Line will be a key component of the NEOM project, which aims to create a smart and sustainable city that will be a hub for innovation and technology and will be divided into several sections.
With each section dedicated to a specific function, such as residential, commercial, or entertainment, The Line will be home to approximately one million residents, who will have access to a range of high-tech amenities and services.
These include an artificial intelligence-based healthcare system, virtual reality training programs, and 24-hour support services.
The Line will also feature a range of sustainable and eco-friendly technologies, including solar power, wind power, and waste-to-energy systems.
The city will be designed to reduce energy consumption, water usage, and waste production, with a focus on promoting a circular economy and minimizing the carbon footprint of the development.
The project is still in the planning and development phase, with no completion date announced yet.
However, the development of The Line is expected to create significant job opportunities and drive economic growth in the region.
The project is also expected to have a significant impact on the development of sustainable technologies and urban planning strategies, with potential applications around the world.
5 – Atlantis The Royal
Another one of the most luxurious projects nearing completion on the Palm Jumeirah Island, this amazing hotel has over 800 luxurious guest rooms and suites.
A state-of-the-art fitness center and wellness facilities, including a spa, hammam, and salon are included in the development, while a private beach and infinity pool with cabanas and loungers are provided for relaxation.
A variety of activities and entertainment options, including a theater, a water park, and a marine and water sports center are on site, while World-class shopping at The Royal Galleries, with high-end luxury brands and boutiques is a must.
Exclusive Club Suites and Signature Suites with access to private lounges and services offer those with a taste for the high life, a luxury experience.
Multiple nightlife venues, including White Beach, Wave-house, and Soho Beach DXB are great for those looking for the party life and High-speed Wi-Fi is provided throughout the resort.
The Royal offers a luxurious and indulgent experience for guests, with a range of amenities and activities to cater to every type of traveller.
4 – Trojena
Located high in the mountains of NEOM, this luxury resort, currently under construction will be an iconic, world-class destination, blending natural and developed landscapes.
Trojena will house six distinctive development districts centered around tailored experiences that blend real with virtual architectural and engineering innovations.
Four different seasons including wellness, winter, adventure and lake, will allow for a series of activities to be held at the resort.
These include a discovery week, winter fashion week, mountain biking, paragliding, climbing, food festival, art fair, light show and yoga retreat.
The venue will also feature a precision-engineered mountain top lake with stunning water-edge spaces, water-sports access and entertainment activities.
The location will feature its own observatory that gives mesmerizing views of the surrounding area and the vault futuristic village will have its own microclimate and bespoke experiences.
3 – Ain Dubai
Also known as the Dubai Eye, this mega-project has extended its closure period until the first quarter of 2023 while enhancement works are carried out.
The latest landmark to join a number of attractions in 2023, this giant observation wheel is currently the highest of any of its kind in the world.
Ain Dubai is 75 metres taller than the London Eye, can carry up to 1,750 passengers in 48 cabins and provides views of Dubai Marina and landmarks such as Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah, and Burj Khalifa.
The reflections on the curved glass walls during the night slot can be a photographer’s nightmare on the Ain Dubai and therefore its recommended that photographers ride the attraction during the day.
2 – Burj Binghatti
Property developer Binghatti and luxury jewellery company Jacob & Co have teamed up to bring together one of the worlds biggest mega-projects and the world’s tallest residential tower, the Burj Binghatti.
Set to take its place over Dubai’s 393-metre Princess Tower as the worlds tallest building, the final height for the Business Bay skyscraper has not been revealed yet.
Featuring two and three bedroom residences, reportedly priced at AED8 million and AED10 million, respectively, it will also include exclusive penthouses, private member’s club, an infinity pool.
The tower’s unique design is inspired by the Mashrabiya, an architectural element commonly used in Arabic homes to provide shade and privacy.
Strategically located near various business and commercial centre’s, the tower offers easy access to the rest of Dubai via Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road.
1 – Jubail Island
A new, high-end residential community located on a natural island in Abu Dhabi, Jubail Island spans over 400 hectares and is situated between Yas Island, Saadiyat Island, and Abu Dhabi International Airport.
Jubail Island is designed to offer a luxurious and sustainable living experience, with a focus on eco-friendly architecture and green spaces.
The island features a range of residential options, including villas, townhouses, and apartments, all designed to the highest standards and with high-quality finishes.
The island also features a range of amenities for its residents, including private beaches, a marina, a community center, and a range of recreational facilities.
There are also numerous parks and green spaces throughout the island, providing ample opportunities for outdoor activities and relaxation.
Jubail Island is also committed to sustainable living, with features such as solar panels, rainwater harvesting systems, and organic waste management systems incorporated into the design.
The island also has a focus on biodiversity, with a range of habitats created to support local wildlife.
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