With enough money, you can do almost anything in Dubai-and now you can add another person to the list-walk on the moon, or at least book a deluxe room there. The emirate is known for its oversized buildings and love of luxury resorts—and with the new concept capable of welcoming 10 million visitors annually, it’s easy to see why the two could be one. an agreeable couple.
However, there are currently no concrete plans for a resort opening in Dubai, according to Michael Henderson. This week, Canadian architecture firm Moon World Resorts announced plans to build a $5 billion resort that looks like a cousin in Earth’s orbit.
The project is intended to help visitors who are not related to Jeff Bezos or Elon Musk learn about space tourism. The area around the station’s lunar surface, dubbed the “Moon Colony,” is designed to evoke the feeling of being on (or at least very close to) the surface of the moon. Alternatively, guests can plan to book one of 300 private boutique residences called Sky Villas, which will be housed in the main building’s disc-shaped superstructure. If you buy a villa, you get access to the private members’ club on the property.
In a press release, according to Arabian Business, ” The project Moon Dubai will have a significant impact on all aspects of the UAE economy, including tourism, transport, commercial and residential real estate, infrastructure, financial services, goods space and space, energy, MICE, agriculture, technology, and, of course, education,” said co-founders Sandra G. Matthews and Michael R. Henderson in a press release.
It will be the largest and most successful modern tourism project in the MENA region, doubling annual tourist arrivals to Dubai due to its global appeal, brand awareness, and wide range of services. unique integration Guests can take advantage of the on-site nightclub, event center, public lounge, spa center, and even an indoor “moon shuttle” that takes you around. The structure is also expected to serve as a hub for space agencies and their astronauts to plan their future missions in space.
The overall structure is expected to be built in two years and will be over 735 feet tall when completed.
This giant moon spectacle is not only aesthetically stunning but the lunar surface is surrounded by a “lunar colony” where enthusiasts can experience space travel without spending a lot of money. Isn’t it unbelievable? What’s even more amazing is that the $5 billion tourism project, Moon Dubai, was designed to be built in just 8 months.
Moon Dubai will be the largest and most successful modern tourism project in the entire MENA region, doubling annual tourist arrivals to Dubai due to its global appeal, brand awareness, and many unique integrated offers. It can comfortably accommodate 10 million visitors annually.