AinDubaiFerrisWheel

Experience Dubai Eye Wheel

With Ain Dubai tickets, get ready to witness the world’s tallest and largest Ferris Wheel. Ain Dubai translates to Dubai Eye. At a staggering height of 210m, it promises the most spectacular views of Dubai’s skyline. Enjoy a memorable ride and sweeping panoramas of famous landmarks like Burj Khalifa with the London equivalent of the Dubai Eye tickets. We promise you that it will be nothing less than magical.

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Our tips for Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel

  • Comfort is the key. Wear comfortable shoes and clothes as you might indulge in more adrenaline-filled activities than you initially plan to.
  • Rope climbing. Adventure enthusiasts are going to love this! At a whopping height of 150 meters, you will get a chance to climb the highest rope-climbing platform in the world.
  • Hell’s Kitchen. Gourmet lovers out there, don’t miss the chance to visit the newly opened restaurant by the infamous angry chef Gordon Ramsay on Bluewaters Island. Do check out Ramsay’s signature Beef Wellington while you are there.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What are the opening hours of Ain Dubai?
    A:

    It is open from 12 pm to 10 pm every day. You can also enjoy the sunset experience from 6 pm to 9 pm.

  • Q: How do I get there?
    A:

    Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel or Dubai Eye is located in the Bluewater Islands. It is right across Jumeirah Beach Residences and some 20 minutes away from the City Walk. It is well connected with Sheikh Zayed Road so you can fetch a taxi to reach there.

  • Q: How tall is Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel?
    A:

    Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel is about 754 feet tall.

  • Q: How long is the Ain Dubai ride?
    A:

    Typically, a ride on Ain Dubai lasts for about 45 minutes.

  • Q: What are the best dining options around Ain Dubai?
    A:

    There is a range of eateries and gourmet restaurants around Bluewaters Island. Some must-try options include Hell’s Kitchen, The Selfish Bull, The London Project, and Alici.

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