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What Dubai Creek Harbour Will Look Like With The Tower

The World’s Next Tallest Tower Is Breathtaking, but Wait Till You See What’s Around It

Dubai is a land of opportunities, dreams, fantasies and beyond-your-imagination architecture marvels. If you thought the breathtaking Burj Khalifa and its surroundings are something that extends beyond your belief, wait till you see the city's new multi-billion dirham project.

Renowned property dealers Emaar recently released a video online called, "Fly Through Dubai Creek Harbour," that gives viewers two minutes' footage of how this new project in Dubai will look – and it's something straight out of a fantasy film.
Once this AED3.65billion project is completed, it will be home to the world's tallest tower at 928-meters-high, known as The Tower. It will sit proudly in the middle of a six square kilometer master development known as the Dubai Creek Harbour.

According to a Gulf News report, His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, described the tower as a "unique architectural masterpiece on a par with Burj Khalifa and Eiffel Tower."

The building will have a 360-degree viewing deck called the Pinnacle Room, and a VIP observation deck with landscaping meant to recreate the "splendor of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon." "It will also feature fully glazed rotating balconies that extend outward, rotating outside the skin of the tower, as well as a boutique hotel for visitors," according to an Emaar statement.

Go ahead and watch the video, and let its beauty sink in!

Image Source: Emaar
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