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Dubai Expo Site $75 – Limited to 40 participants
The main site of Expo 2020 Dubai will be a 438-hectare area (1083 acres) located between the cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi, near Dubai’s southern border with Abu Dhabi. The master plan, designed by the American firm HOK, is organized around a central plaza, entitled Al Wasl, enclosed by three large thematic districts. Each one is dedicated to one of the sub-themes of Expo 2020 – Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability.
Dubai has also been emphasizing on investments in various sectors such as economic growth, real estate, environmental avenues and public affairs. In recent times, Dubai has made major investments in real estate and has introduced the world’s largest solar power project, planned to begin by the start of Expo 2020.
The city of Dubai is also keen on giving equal prominence to public relationships. The initiative, titled the Dubai Happiness Agenda, has 16 programmes under four themes that sum up 82 projects to be set in the city with an aim to make the city the happiest by 2020.
Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre $75 – Limited to 40 participants
The Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre, founded in 2006, is home to the UAE National Space Programme. The Centre builds and operates earth observation satellites, offering imaging and data analysis services to clients around the world. The Centre launched DubaiSat-1, DubaiSat-2, and recently launched KhalifaSat on 29 October 2018 from Tanegashima Space Center in Japan. KhalifaSat was developed 100% in the UAE by a team of highly qualified Emirati engineers.
The Centre is responsible for the development of the Emirates Mars Mission and the Mars Hope Probe, a mission to reach Mars orbit by 2021 and gather key science data about Mars’ atmosphere, as well as the UAE Astronaut Programme, which saw the launch of Hazza AlMansoori, the first Emirati Astronaut, to the International Space Station on a scientific mission on 25th September 2019, and the development of the Mars 2117 vision to build a human colony on Mars.
The headquarters of Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Centre is located at Al Khawaneej, Dubai.
The facility includes a clean room which has been manufactured to ensure smooth execution of all satellite manufacturing projects and development of the Hope Probe. All the ongoing projects, including manufacturing of the earth observation satellites, including KhalifaSat and Nayif-1, along with development of Hope Probe, are carried out in the clean room by Emirati engineers.
Museum of the Future $75 – Limited to 40 participants
The Museum of the Future combines elements of exhibition, immersive theatre and themed attraction, inviting you to look beyond the present to the possible. Featuring interesting displays explaining how technology can evolve in the next 20 years, the Museum of the Future was founded by the Dubai Future Foundation and will demonstrate how technology will enhance our bodies and minds as well as manage social and economic solutions – and help us reimagine climate change for 2050.
One of the world’s most complex structure, the Museum of the Future was designed by Killa Design architecture studio and engineered by Buro Happold, and the building aims for a LEED Platinum rating in terms of its green rating.
The exterior façade of the building comprises windows that form an Arabic poem by Dubai’s ruler about the emirate’s future. This torus-shaped shell sits on top of the building and comprises 1,024 fire-retardant composite panels clad in stainless steel, and each of which has a unique 3D shape to create the Arabic script.
Killa Design and Buro Happold developed new parametric design and Building Information Modelling (BIM) tools, including a growth algorithm that employs digital means to grow the internal steel structure.
The museum has seven floors dedicated to different exhibitions. Three floors focus on outer space resource development, ecosystems and bioengineering, and health and wellbeing. The other floors showcase near-future technologies that address challenges in areas including health, water, food, transportation, and energy, while the last floor is dedicated to children.
Deep Dive Dubai $75 – Limited to 40 participants
Created for both professional and beginner divers, Deep Dive Dubai is unlike any other pool in the world.
Boasting a record-breaking depth of 60 meters, this underwater attraction allows novices to explore in the safety of a controlled diving environment. Filled with 14 million liters of warm water, it opens up new adventures for experienced divers and thrill-seekers who want to go deeper and explore further.
Inspired by the UAE’s rich pearl-diving heritage of the past, this venture sets new heights (and depths) in the nation’s ambitious vision for an incredible future.
Located in Nad Al Sheba – 15 minutes from Downtown Dubai and 25 minutes from Dubai International Airport – Deep Dive Dubai offers a variety of experiences including discovery dives for first timers, scuba dives, freedives as well as diving courses and workshops on all levels of diving from beginner to technical instructors.
Deep Dive Dubai is the deepest swimming pool in the world and the structure has an area designed to resemble a ruined, sunken city, with walls, furnished rooms and a sunken car, and can also be used as an underwater film studio.
Route 2020 $75 – Limited to 40 participants
Dubai’s award in 2013 of the World Exposition (Expo 2020) served as the catalyst for the Route 2020 project, a new metro route connecting the existing Dubai Red Line with the Expo site in the south of the city. Route 2020 is the first major rail extension to the existing Dubai Metro rail network. The project consists of approximately 15km of metro alignment which consist of 11.8km of viaduct and 3.2km of tunnel. It also features seven LEED Gold certified metro stations consisting of one interchange station, three elevated stations, two underground stations and a signature Iconic Station at the Expo Site as well as the supply of 50 trainsets, of which 15 are needed for the new line and 35 to increase capacity on the existing network. The scope also included a number of enhancements to the existing network. The new line will establish a direct metro connection between Dubai Airport, the City and the Expo Site. The number of passengers to use Route 2020 is expected to reach 125 thousand commuters per day in year 2020 and will rise to 275 thousand commuters by year 2030.
The Dubai Metro’s Route 2020 main objective was to provide an efficient and reliable transportation service to the EXPO 2020 event as well as to existing major developments such as the Green Community, future planned developments along and adjacent to the route of the line, and potentially to the Dubai World Central – Al Maktoum International Airport. This connection to the Airport, when implemented will provide a passenger railway link between all the major airports in Dubai.
The Dubai Metro Route 2020 Project runs from Jabal Ali Metro Station on Sheikh Zayed Road to the new development at the Expo 2020 site, with planned extension to the Dubai World Central – Al Maktoum International Airport. The area covered is a mixed land use area including industrial, business, residential and mixed-use developments.