This year Dubai Expo 2020 is expected to generate approximately $23 billion from the large-scale construction of commercial and residential areas.
Work has already originated on the major leisure attractions and tourism across Dubai and the developers have announced new projects. These projects are either completed or are scheduled to be completed by 2020.
#1 Dubai Water Canal Project
Business Bay, constructed through Dubai Water Canal Project will connect major business areas with the Arabian Gulf.
It is poised to be a major attraction during the Dubai 2020 Expo.
Afterall, this project includes four hotels, a new shopping centre and 450 restaurants as well as cycling path and luxury housing including private marinas for boats. Imagine the evening frenzy and class!!
#2 Museum of the Future
Museum of the Future, launched in 2016 by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
He is the Vice President, ruler of Dubai and Prime Minister of the UAE.
The Museum of the Future houses for the latest inventions of the world and is a foundation of the emirate’s locus on innovation.
The museum is circular in shape. It sits next to the Jumeirah Emirates Towers near Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).
Along with a major tourist destination, the Museum will also offer specialised workshops and advanced courses.
This will be the perfect place for public talks and events. It will cost more than $200 for a ticket at the Expo.
Seems like it will burn a whole in your pocket but I think it will be worth it.
#3 Jewel of the Creek
Set to finish in 2019, this project comprises 19-storey apartment buildings, a massive waterfront complex and three office towers.
Even more, it has a recreation centre, two luxury hotels, convention centre with a ballroom, marina and open spaces for restaurants and shops!
The project is located between Al Maktoum Bridge, Baniyas Road and the Floating Bridge will be expanded over the area of 123,955 square metres. The investment on this project is up to 816 million.
#4 Al Habtoor City
The Habtoor City features three top-rated hotels managed by Resorts Worldwide and Starwood Hotels (W Dubai Sheikh Zayed Road and St. Regis, Westin Dubai.
Therefore, if you want a luxe stay in Dubai, Habtoor is where you should look!
Along with the hotels, there will be three luxury residential towers. It will be star attraction for residence and exploration at the Dubai 2020 Expo.
This mega-development boasts of French-inspired gardens, dining venues, the world’s first Bentley café and an iconic Las Vegas style aqua theatre.
#5 Deira Islands
Deira Islands will offer the way for hundreds of serviced apartments, new hotels, mixed-use buildings and marinas.
The administration plans to complete it right on time for the Dubai 2020 Expo.
The Desira Island will expand upto 15.3 square kms at waterfront city, emphasizing four islands.
The project will be an attraction for the tourism beacause it will include an Arabic souk-style night market, a large shopping mall and an amphitheatre which can accommodate 30,000 people.
#6 MBR City – District One
The MBR city is named after Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. This city is over 1,110 acres including the world’s largest artificial beach, 14km boardwalk and a 7km stretch of Crystal Lagoons. Crystal Lagoon is kayaking, swimming and other water activities.
Consequently, It is an opportunity fair for realtors and property enthusiasts visiting the expo!
It is located near the Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa. 60% of the total area is allocated to the green and open space.
Along with this project comes 8.8 km of jogging and cycling track and 14km of the artificial beach walk.
#7 Aladdin City
The Aladdin City Dubai project is initiated by the Dubai Municipality in the midst of Dubai Creek. First of all, this project is based on the steller theme of the well-known tales of Sinbad and Aladdin.
This city features three towers, hotel space and comprising commercial. The Aladdin city is over a distance of 450 metres in lenght.
Along with the hotel, there is an air-conditioned bridge with a moving floor to connect driveways, towers, and parking lots.
#8 Dubai theme parks
The Expo 2020 Dubai is assuring to generate approximately $1.03 billion through this project. This project will include park and resorts.
The resort will feature with three theme parks including, Bollywood Parks, Legoland Dubai and Motiongate Dubai.
The stage expands over an area of 60,000 sq metre where Bollywood-themed performances will take place. Rides and other main attractions are there which increase the beauty of the Park.
#9 Dubai Frame
Dubai Frame involves a 150m-high, 93m-wide structure built to match a huge picture frame.
It is located Located near the Zabeel Park and Star Gate games. The frame boasts of picturesque views of Old Dubai from one side and the outline of New Dubai from the other side. The investment in the project is $43.5 million.
#10 Al Mamzar Beachfront
Al Mamzar Beachfront is the plan of Emaar Properties and Dubai Municipality’s to make beachfront in Dubai’s Al Mamzar district.
The project extends over 9,000,000 square feet and features 300 hotel rooms, 4,000 residential units, 3.5km of walking tracks covered with plantations and 250,000 square metres of retail amenities.
Therefore, it is a must explore destination if you want to relax and have a great time.
This beachfront is around the 53 hectares in area and will cost around $2.72 billion to build. It will be an exqiusite experience for travellers.