The View at The Palm offers a 360-degree view of Palm Jumeirah.
PHOTO BY NAKHEEL
DUBAI – A stunning observatory that showcases a 360-degree view of Palm Jumeirah is set to open to the public on April 7, according to developer Nakheel.
The View at The Palm also offers “an interactive journey towards the rich history of this splendid island through multiple immersive touchpoints”.
With direct access from Nakheel Mall, level two of The Palm Tower will mark the entry point for visitors which houses a Starbucks Café, The View Exhibition, interactive aquarium tunnels and a gift shop.
The View Exhibition, a tribute to the impeccable growth-journey of Palm Jumeirah, will encompass a timeline on the way in which this world-famous island was conceptualized and developed.
Visitors can also experience an immersive theatre which takes them through the ground-breaking history of the island.
The View at The Palm also offers an exclusive VIP lounge that spans 120 sq. metres and features an outdoor terrace with spectacular views of the island, sea and city.
The lounge is customizable to match various themes and concepts and offers meal services, advanced audio-visual equipment and wireless connectivity. The VIP lounge is open for public bookings.
Level 51 will be home to world renowned restaurant SushiSamba, that is set to open in Q3 of 2021 and will offer a tri-cultural blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisines, served with riveting music, design and ambiance.
This will be the first branch to open in Dubai and the fifth in the world and promises a menu of signature dishes infused in the finest ingredients and presented in exquisite ways.
Visitors can purchase their tickets online at www.theviewpalm.ae or call 800THEVIEW
Ticket prices vary upon the category of admission and begin at Dh100 for adults and Dh69 for juniors.
Fast track tickets begin at Dh175 for adult admission and Dh120 for junior admission and VIP lounge packages begin at Dh350 for adults and Dh200 for juniors.
Children under the age of 4 are admitted for free and all rates are subject to 5 percent VAT. Visitors can also avail a discount upon presenting a valid Emirates ID which is applicable to ID holder and 5 guests.
The View is open from 10am to 11pm from Sunday to Wednesday and 10am to 12am from Thursday to Saturday. ICA/Expat Media
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