Dubai will never cease to surprise unless the moon turns blue, perhaps not even then. The City of Gold will simply make its own lunar wonder- Moon Dubai. The $5 billion moon-shaped destination resort designed by Canadian architectural company Moon World Resorts Inc. is a statement-making 735-foot high resort that will add celestial glamour to the dazzling city. This out-of-the-world destination resort will house everything from a spa, night club, events center, luxury residences, a ‘moon shuttle’ and training services. The mega project, expected to be ready by 2027, will draw in 2.5 million guests annually.
This giant lunar spectacle is not only about mind-blowing aesthetic reasons, but the lunar surface is surrounded by a ‘lunar colony’ where enthusiasts can experience space tourism without spending big bucks and from the ground. Incredible right? Even more astonishing is that the $5 billion tourism project, Moon Dubai, is designed to be built within just 48 months. Michael R. Henderson, co-founder of Moon World Resorts,’ shared, “Moon Dubai will be the largest and most successful modern-day tourism project within the entire MENA region, doubling annual tourism visitations to Dubai based on its global appeal, brand awareness, and unique multiple integrated offerings. It can comfortably accommodate 10 million annual visitors.”
He continued, “Moon Dubai will significantly impact every aspect of the emirate’s economy, including tourism, transportation, commercial and residential real estate, infrastructure, financial services, aviation and space, energy, MICE, agriculture, technology, and of course, education. It will firmly plant the UAE flag into the forefront of space exploration.” The duo announced the same 750 feet mammoth moon for the ever-glistening Las Vegas last year.
Akin to the one in Dubai, the Moon resort in Las Vegas also was a $5 billion mega-scale replica of the moon with a luxury hotel, concert hall, casino, and multiple lounges. Its grandeur extends to a whopping 46,452 square meters of spectacular convention space, a nightclub, and luxury suites and caters to 10 million annual guests. For $500, they will be able to enjoy a 90-minute excursion on Moon’s lunar surface to include exploration of its active lunar colony