Dubai is the second biggest as well as the most populated emirate of the UAE on the Arabian Peninsula. Dating back to 3,000 BC, Dubai’s history is as interesting and different as the destination itself. From a small fishing village, Dubai has come a long way to establish itself as one of the world’s most prominent business and trade centers. Now in this article we tried to get some useful and informative things, what Dubai going to do in 2018 (18 new things coming to the UAE in 2018).
As we know Dubai is famous because of lot of big building, five star hotels tourist places, beach and many more simply you can say the entrainment ends here with Dubai Entertainments. If you have any holiday plan then plan it for Dubai (Dubai Holidays)
18 new things coming to the UAE in 2018
1-The Year of Zayed
Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nayan the Father of nation: 2018 is the year of Zayed because of birth of Sheikh Zayed (100 years), So it makes sense that the year will be dedicated to the UAE’s founding father. The year will not only be about remembering all that Sheikh Zayed did to form the UAE of today, but will also be about instilling his values across the community.
In 2018 UAE already apply Value Added Tax. Due to that cost of living standard will increase in UAE. Because VAT is implement on goods and services including food, water, utility bills, transportation and many more.
3- Dubai Frame
Dubai Frame will be launching in 2018 with all its operation and peoples can see from top of frame the old Dubai and new Dubai. It’s really great inspiration and tourists as you can see the picture.
4-The world’s longest zipline
The amazing Zipline is coming to Ras Al khaima: The world longest Zipline will be there at Jebel Jais in Ras Al Khaimah. While its exact length will remain a secret until the opening, it is expected to break the current world record held by ‘The Monster’ in Puerto Rico, which is 2,200 metres long.
5-Mohammed bin Rashid Library
As we know education is improving day by day in Dubai and all over the UAE. Worlds famous and well known Education institutes are here in Dubai. Now next level , Dubai is going to open the huge library which will be located at Al Jaddaf area in Dubai. This is brilliant step of Dubai for students and researcher.
Waoooo, another mall for Dubai but with this one, at least we’ll have the excuse that we’re spending time in nature. Cityland Mall which is being developed by the same people behind Dubai Miracle Garden and Dubai Butterfly Garden – is described as the world’s first “nature-inspired” shopping mall, packed with botanical wonders. It’s expected to be in full bloom next year.
If you visit JBR this year, you’ll noticed things starting to take serious shape across the water at Bluewaters Island. Its enormous centrepiece, Ain Dubai, is expected to become the world’s largest observation wheel when it opens in 2018.
8-The Guggenheim Abu Dhabi
The Louvre Abu Dhabi finally opened its impressive doors in November – so could this spur the launch of another long-awaited cultural attraction on Saadiyat Island, The Guggenheim? While no official completion date has been given for the Abu Dhabi outpost of the New York art museum, we’re hoping we’ll see at least some progress next year.
9-Deira Night Souk
By the end of 2018 there should be a brand new spot where you can haggle for all your spices, souvenirs and scarves. The Deira Night Souk will be located on the Deira Islands, and will be the first major completed project on the development (which was previously known as the Palm Deira). The souq will only open after sunset, and will stay open past midnight.
It’s been a while since we’ve heard word of this magical new development at Dubai Creek, but Aladdin City is slated for completion in the fourth quarter of 2018. The development, inspired by the ancient legends of fictional heroes Aladdin and Sinbad, is made up of three golden structures designed to look like glimmering genie lamps
11-Warner Bros World
Abu Dhabi’s newest theme park is on track for a 2018 opening, with 29 rides inspired by classic Warner Bros characters such as Scooby Doo and Bugs Bunny, as well as heroes and villains from the DC Universe like Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman. You’ll find it just down the road from Ferrari World on Yas Island.
Dubai’s much-hyped Autonomous Air Taxi took to the skies this year for its first test flight. Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority has teamed up with German drone firm Volocopter to develop the two-seater vehicle, and while no firm date has been given for when we can start hailing the futuristic cabs, we’ll definitely be hearing more about them in 2018.
13-The world’s tallest indoor climbing wall
Extreme sports are about to get even more extreme in the capital. CLYMB, a Dhs367 million indoor attraction on Yas Island, will break two world records when it opens in 2018 – not only will it feature the world’s tallest climbing wall, but the world’s largest flight chamber as well. The climbing section will offer spaces for beginner, intermediate and expert climbers.
14-A Swag of new hotels
If there’s one thing you can count on in the UAE, it’s that five-star hotels will always be popping up faster than you can say ‘room service’. December saw the opening of the ritzy Renaissance hotel in Downtown Dubai, as well as the Bulgari Resort on Jumeira Bay. 2018 will see the arrival of the likes of the W Hotel on The Palm, the two-tower Rosemont Hotel and Residences in Barsha Heights, and the Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah Beach.
15-Reem Central Park
Reem Island off Abu Dhabi is getting its own park . The outdoor space, which is scheduled to open to the public in 2018, will cover an area of 1,000,000 square feet and feature a mosque for 2,000 worshippers, restaurants, shops, a skate park and play area for kids and ‘interactive water features’.
Dubai is getting another waterfront suburb, and this one is going to be inspired by the French Riviera. Located within the Meydan One development, Azizi Riviera will feature 69 residential buildings, two luxury hotels and a new retail district. The first phases of the project are expected to be complete by December 2018.
Described as a new tourist and entertainment destination for Abu Dhabi, Al Qana will be home to a 5,000 square-metre aquarium and Abu Dhabi’s first standalone cinema. It will also have a family entertainment area, a marina, picnic areas, restaurants and shops. It’s expected to be finished in the second quarter of 2018.
18-New Restaurants Galore
New attractions and developments are nice and all, but if we’re being really honest, we’re most excited about the new restaurants we’ll be able to dine at in 2018. Our mouths are already watering for Beefbar in DIFC, the first PizzaExpress Live restaurant outside of the UK in Business Bay, and we’re very interested to see Dolce Sky in the Address Boulevard Hotel (pictured), where wait staff are set to double as aerial performers…
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