Palm Jumeirah Island, Dubai – Greatness of Nature

The Palm Jumeirah Island, also known as the Grass Island, are the largest man-made archipelago in the world, which can also be seen from the moon. On this archipelago, there are many restaurants, luxury hotels, shopping areas, entertainment areas, residential areas … and many monumental works … Let’s explore it with Focus Asia Travel

Introduction

Palm Jumeirah Islands, Dubai - Greatness of Nature

Palm Jumeirah Islands – known as the eighth wonder of the world

When coming to the Palm Jumeirah archipelago, visitors can enjoy the famous shopping centers, luxury hotels and many other extremely attractive tourist attractions. This island was built to become an offshore city and has been dubbed as the eighth wonder of the world.

Palm Jumeirah Islands, Dubai - Greatness of NaturePalm Jumeirah Islands – Atlantis hotel is one of the prominent works on the island

The Atlantis resort was built on the Palm Jumeirah archipelago with a total cost of up to 800 million pounds. In this resort, there is an outdoor marine aquarium with 65,000 fish and many marine life. There is also a dolphin tank with more than 20 large nosed dolphins from the Solomon Islands.

The construction of the Palm Jumeirah archipelago

Palm Jumeirah Islands, Dubai - Greatness of NaturePalm Jumeirah Islands – man-made archipelago settlements

According to the Daily Mail, the plan to build and develop artificial islands in Dubai often faces opposition and criticism from environmental activists because they think that the construction of artificial islands will change the water flow and damage coral reefs in the sea. Despite his fears from analysts, Dubai still thinks that the construction of  the Palm Jumeirah archipelago is extremely reasonable.

Palm Jumeirah Islands, Dubai - Greatness of NaturePalm Jumeirah Islands – includes three man-made islands: Palm Deira,  Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Jumeirah. 

The Palm Jumeirah Islands in Dubai  are the largest man-made archipelago in the world including three man-made islands: Palm Deira, Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Jumeirah. With the application of the new Dutch dredging technology, artificial islands were born. Materials to make up the islands are sand and rock extracted from the water. The project is slated for 500,000 people and has been introduced as visible from the moon.
Palm Jumeirah Islands, Dubai - Greatness of Nature
Palm Jumeirah Islands – palm-shaped settlements
Palm Jumeirah was built in June 2001. People started to install signs and announced the construction of Palm Jebel Ali. By 2004, the plan to build Palm Deira continued to be born. By the end of 2008, the entire magnificent Palm Jumeirah archipelago was completed and opened to the public. It is expected that in the next 10 – 15 years, works on this island will be completed. There are settlements in the shape of a palm tree surrounded by a crescent shaped rim.

Visit the Palm Jumeirah Islands

Palm Jumeirah Islands, Dubai - Greatness of NaturePalm Jumeirah Islands – many monumental works on the island

When completed, the archipelago will have more than 100 luxury hotels, over 2,000 villas, residential apartments, shopping malls, movie theaters, amusement parks, restaurants, sports facilities and many projects. Please quickly register yourself a cheap Dubai tour to admire the Palm Jumeirah archipelago.

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