110 kilometres of coastline and 80 new hotels revealed for Palm Jebel Ali

At least 80 new hotels will be making their way to the city.

Have you ever taken a virtual stroll on Google Maps and stumbled upon “another Palm” in Dubai? Well, this one is called Palm Jebel Ali and it’s about to blow your mind. His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, just gave the thumbs up to this incredible project. The ambitious project, part of the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan, is set to elevate Dubai’s status as a leading global lifestyle destination and reinforce its position as one of the world’s top cities for business and tourism.

Palm Jebel Ali will leave you itching for a taste of luxurious living. We’re talking about 13.4 square kilometres of land, stretching across an area twice the size of Palm Jumeirah. Can you even imagine the grandeur?

You’ll get lush green spaces as far as the eye can see, complemented by one-of-a-kind waterfront experiences and a coastline expansion of approximately 110 kilometres. That’s right, Dubai is set to offer luxury living to approximately 35,000 families, establishing the archipelago as the epitome of aspirational residential living within the city.

Just like Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jebel Ali is about to become a hot spot for tourists from all over the globe. Picture yourself surrounded by over 80 swanky hotels and resorts, where every desire is catered to with finesse.

This project supports the Dubai Economic Agenda D33, which is all about taking Dubai to new heights and leaving everyone in awe. And here’s the kicker: Palm Jebel Ali is just the beginning. It marks the start of a new growth corridor in the Jebel Ali area.

The development is all about sustainability. It’s incorporating smart city technologies and sustainable practices into the mix. Aiming to be the role model for contemporary urban planning practices. Palm Jebel Ali also has some big plans for renewable energy resources. It aims to be completely self-sufficient when it comes to power generation, and up to 30 per cent of its energy requirements will be obtained from renewable sources.

So there you have it. Palm Jebel Ali is not just another development. It’s a game-changer.

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Shaheera Anwar - Staff Writer
From a beautiful childhood in Riyadh to a calm and collected life in Dubai. When she's not busy penning her latest masterpiece, you can catch Shaheera lounging with her family or binging on the latest movies. And as a millennial, she's got her sights set on TikTok - hoping to go viral someday (fingers crossed).

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