Ain Dubai announces New Year's Eve packages
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Ain Dubai announces New Year’s Eve packages

Ain Dubai announces New Year’s Eve packages

The observation wheel, which opened earlier this year, has packages ranging from Dhs1,500 to Dhs67,500

Divsha Bhat

Ain Dubai, the world’s largest and tallest observation wheel which opened to the public earlier this year, has unveiled plans for New Year’s Eve celebrations.

The observation wheel, standing at over 250 metres in Dubai’s Bluewaters Island, will offer a slew of family and VIP experiences.

Packages range from Dhs1,500 for a shared cabin per person to Dhs67,500 for a private cabin of 15 people. Some of the elements of the private cabin include live entertainment as well as sushi, oyster and caviar platters.

All experiences come with a souvenir photo and a party pack. A vantage point for fireworks – including those set to be held at the Expo 2020 Dubai site, Burj Al Arab, Atlantis, The Palm and Bluewaters – Ain Dubai’s offerings will open at 9.30pm on December 31 and run until 12.30am on January 1.

Part of Dubai Holding, Ain Dubai officially opened on October 21 this year. The observation wheel is almost twice the height of the London Eye and has 48 passenger cabins which have the capacity to carry more than 1,750 visitors at any given time.

Offering a 360-degree view of Dubai, the observation wheel has 19 customisable experiences from dining in the sky and exclusive celebration packages to bespoke corporate and event packages.

It is open both during the day and the night.

Last week, Dubai developer Emaar announced plans for New Years Eve celebrations at Downtown Dubai, including a fireworks show on December 31 at the Burj Khalifa.

The show this year, called ‘Eve of Wonders’, will include a fireworks display choreographed to laser, lights and music at the world’s tallest tower.

Read: Emaar reveals celebration plans for New Year’s Eve in Downtown Dubai

The UAE has also announced new guidelines to be followed during Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations in the country.

Venues for celebrations will have a capacity limit of 80 per cent, the UAE’s National Emergency Crisis and Disaster Management Authority (NCEMA) has said.

All attendees must provide a negative PCR test result taken within 96 hours and undergo mandatory body temperature testing.

Also read: Covid-19: UAE announces protocols for Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations

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