It’s a new day and yet again Dubai creates a new record. Would you love to explore an underwater world? A pool which is 60 meters deep and contains 14 million liters of water. This is the first of it’s kind in the world. Located in Nad Al Sheba, Deep Dive Dubai features a sunken city with deserted streets, an apartment, a garage, a game arcade and much more. The theme and concept is inspired by Dubai’s pearl diving culture and aims to promote underwater activities.
Deep Dive Dubai is not just for one time visit but offers courses for scuba diving and free-diving. The pool has two underwater chambers, hyperbaric and a dry chamber. Looking for a venue to hold an event? These chambers could soon be the hot-spot for all your fun events and get-togethers with a capacity to accommodate over a 100 people. 2021 has turned out to be a year filled with cultural developments for the city, this is the latest addition to its growing list of tourist attractions and is expected to be a boon to the tourism industry.
By a pool we don’t just mean a small area, this space is a world of its own, with meeting rooms, event areas, a large restaurant and several viewing points. Along with this, Deep Dive Dubai will be home to the region’s largest underwater film studio with an editing room and a video wall. Taking filming to another level with 56 underwater cameras and 164 lights placed at different angles in the pool.
This place is the epitome of imagination and creativity. A world like this in the heart of Dubai, are you excited to visit?
(Contributed by Safia Mansoor)