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Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace – in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, is briefed on the construction phases, design, building technologies and the methods used to transport the ‘artificial island’ from Finland to Dubai. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, said the project reflected Dubai’s vision to achieve global leadership in innovation and excellence. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, described the Burj Al Arab Terrace as the first man-made luxury beach facility of its kind. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

The 10,000 metres-squared outdoor luxury leisure facility stretches 100m out into the sea and hosts restaurants, two pools, butler-serviced cabanas, and a beach area with sunbeds. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, tours the outdoor luxury leisure facility. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, inaugurates the Burj Al Arab Terrace, the first man-made island of its kind in the world. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, inaugurates the terrace Burj Al Arab, the first man-made island of its kind in the world. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

The Burj Al Arab Terrace infinity pool. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

The Terrace is an innovative design in marine engineering. Designed and built in Finland, it was then shipped in eight pieces to the Arabian Gulf and lowered on to piling sunk into the seabed. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

The architectural form of the Terrace has been designed to reflect the shape of Burj Al Arab, linked by a central walkway and flanked with beaches and private cabanas on either side, it gives the effect of a stylised tropical forest canopy. Wam

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid opens Burj Al Arab Terrace - in pictures

For an annual fee of Dh100,000, members of the leisure club on the Terrace, will be able to enjoy unlimited access to two swimming pools, private cabanas with butler service, restaurants and bars. Wam

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(via The National)