1. Museum of the Future Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Museum of the Future,Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has issued work plan for the museum.
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The plan plays an important role as a source of brilliance for innovations and an incubator for ideas. Situated in the Emirates Towers area. It will be finished by 2017.The museum will hold sci conferences and advanced workshops and courses on design.
2. Bluewaters Island
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Bluewaters Island billed to be the world’s tallest Ferris wheel. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has also granted a Dh475 million. The project will be separate retail, hospitality, residential and entertainment zones. And boutique five-star hotel and residential options too. Bluewaters Island is set to be one of the biggest tourist hot spots in the world.
3. Dubai Frame
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Dubai Municipality is targeting to make Dubai Frame the number one tourist interest universally, it has already completed in 2015.this unique giant rectangular shaped frame situated in Zabeel Park. Its 150-metre-high, 93-metre-wide and it resemble a huge picture frame; visitors can view older parts of the city on one side, and while from the other side can look on the new city.
4. Dubai Creek Harbour
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Emaar Properties and Dubai sharing have commenced work on the project. It is world’s tallest twin towers, 3 times the size of Downtown Dubai, is located alongside Dubai Creek and adjacent to Ras Al Khor. It will contain 3,664 office units, 8 million sqr feet of sell space, 39,000 suburban units and 22 hotels with 4,400 rooms.
5. Dubai Water Canal
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The Roads and Transport Authority has confirmed achievement of 33 %construction on the Dh2-billion water canal project. The project is awaited to be finished by mid-2016; it has 16-lane flyover on Sheikh Zayed Road, and other flyovers on Al Wasl and Jumeirah roads. The waterway will lengthen 3 kilometers in length and width ranging from 80 to 120 meters.