Ain Dubai - Plan your visit
The Ain Dubai, also known as Dubai Eye, is the latest stunning addition to the city, which can be easily added to the must-visit attractions in the UAE. Like other iconic Dubai monuments that can only be described in superlatives, this magnificent structure also sets the record for being the world’s largest observation wheel built at a height of 250 meters — making it taller than the London Eye and High Roller in Las Vegas. This eye-catching wonder is situated on Bluewaters Island — a man-made Island built 500 meters off Jumeirah Beach coastline, near Dubai Marina. From Ain Dubai opening hours to its location, here's everything you need to know before making a visit.
Ain Dubai Location
Plan Your Visit
Read to learn all about the Ain Dubai opening hours, location, services and facilities and lots more before you head down to the venue.
The Ain Dubai opening hours are yet to be announced. However, the Bluewaters Island have already started welcoming visitors for the following hours.
Saturday to Wednesday 10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Thursday to Friday 10:00 am to 11:00 pm
It is advised to arrive during weekdays to avoid overcrowding at the venue. Alternatively, you can even pay a visit towards the early morning or the evening when it is cooler.
The ideal months to visit would be between October to March, if you wish to escape the harsh climate of the city.
Since it is located right near JBR, Ain Dubai can be easily reached by car, metro or bus.
-Car: From Abu Dhabi - via Abu Dhabi - Ghweifat International Hwy/E11
From Dubai - Drive along Sheikh Zayed Rd/E11 towards Abu Dhabi. Then take Exit 31 towards Al Azraq Street.
-Metro: You can take a metro until either DMCC station or Jebel Ali station and take a cab from there to Ain Dubai.
-Bus: Take bus no. 84 and make your way down to the Jumeira, Royal Meridian station. From here, it will be a 12-minute walk to Ain Dubai.
You can take a metro until either DMCC station or Jebel Ali station and take a cab from there to Ain Dubai.
Yes, Bluewaters Island offers a wide range of dining options covering a variety of both local and international delicacies. This includes Al Manshowa, Dri Dir, Five Guys, Lima Dubai, Retro Feasts and lots more.
Yes, visitors can make the most out of their visit to Ain Dubai by staying at the Caesars Palace situated within the Bluewaters Island - the first to ever branch to open outside the US.
Yes, guests can enjoy the complimentary parking in all the car parking garages at Bluewaters. You can also save time by opting for the valet parking service offered at several locations within the island.
Yes, public toilets, including toilets for people of determination can be found at various points throughout the island.
- Once Ain Dubai opens to the public, it is advised to book your tickets in advance to receive your slot for the date and time of your choice.
- Don't forget to carry jackets or sweaters as it can get chilly towards the evening at the island.
- Comfortable shoes are highly recommended as there would be lots to cover and explore within the island.
- Weekday visits would be ideal to avoid overcrowding at the venue. Alternatively, you can also arrive towards the early morning or the late evening when there are less visitors.