News – AU – Video: Inside The View observation deck in Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, which opens this week


The View at The Palm is located on the 52 Floor of the Palm Tower and also features an exhibition and interactive aquarium tunnels

A new observation deck with a 360-degree view of Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah will open on Wednesday the 7th April, open to the public

The View at The Palm developed by Nakheel is located in the 52 Floor of the Palm Tower and is located 240 feet above the island

The experience, which begins on the second level of the Palm Tower, includes a Starbucks coffee shop, The View exhibit, interactive aquarium tunnels, and a gift shop

The View exhibition traces Palm Jumeirah’s journey and reveals details of how the island was conceived and developed. QR codes placed throughout the region provide content and information in multiple languages ​​

Ticket prices start at 100 Dhs for adults and 69 Dhs for children (children under 4 years of age have free entry)

VIP lounge packages are also available from Dhs 350 for adults and Dhs 200 for children

Currently, subject to Covid-19 social distancing restrictions, the venue can accommodate up to 300 people at a time

The opening times are from Sunday to Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. and from Thursday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.

The View at The Palm also offers a 120 m² VIP lounge with an outdoor terrace overlooking Dubai The lounge is customizable to suit different themes and concepts and offers catering services, advanced audiovisual equipment and wireless connectivity It is open to public bookings

For those looking for F&B options, high-end international restaurant SushiSamba will be available in the 51st quarter in the third quarter of 2021 Opened on the 2nd floor of the Palm Tower, offering a mix of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine. This is the first branch in Dubai and the fifth worldwide

The attraction is aimed at both tourists and UAE residents, explained Gail Sangster, asset manager at Nakheel Malls

“Several residents have now become tourists We have done a lot of different activities in the UAE that we probably wouldn’t have done due to limited travel”We definitely look forward to welcoming students, families and residents of the UAE,” she said

Sangster confirmed that work on the project began two years ago with US-based architects Gensler, and said the project was slightly delayed due to the Covid-19 crisis

“The Covid crisis initially delayed the project due to the blocking period. So we had to mobilize again. Covid-19 has been with us for over a year. We know that the pandemic is here, but at the same time we as Nakheel are opening our various.” Projects [like Palm Fountain and Palm West Beach] enforced while making sure all Covid-19 regulations are in place. And now Dubai is taking tourists in, so things are getting better, “she said

“This is our maximum capacity – not in the books right now. We will certainly try to reach this capacity at peak times once the tourism numbers return to Dubai and the world recovers from Covid-19,” explained Sangster

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News – AU – Video: Inside The View Viewing platform in Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, this is supposed to Week to be opened