The Palm Islands in Dubai


In recent years it has gained a lot of fame Dubai thanks to the many events of interest that take place there and the impressive constructions that are taking place. One of the most spectacular constructions that have been carried out is the one known as The Palm Islands, which are three islands built entirely by man and not by nature and which are the largest artificial islands in the world.

Despite the fact that at first there were many people against its construction for fear that the environment would be damaged, now almost everyone is delighted. So much so, that they have been increased by 520 kilometers in order to have bigger and more luxurious beaches in which it is almost the most luxurious city in the world.

On the islands there is not only infinite beaches There are also several commercial and residential complexes, built to have one of the best tourist offers in the world. Much entertainment and everything arranged so that you do not need to leave the islands at all but you can enjoy all the best while staying on them. Still, the city is well worth seeing as each day that passes is more spectacular.

The name of the islands is because they have palm tree shape, each of them with the three parts well differentiated and with everything very well distributed. In what would be the trunk is the main avenue and its entrances, in the branches are the residential complexes and the so-called Growing Island is a breakwater and surrounds the main islands. Without a doubt a pleasure for the eyes not only on the spot but seeing them from above.

The names of each island are Palm Jumeira, Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira, and in each of them there are about 2,500 apartments, so their size is quite important. Without a doubt one of the most spectacular constructions in the world and that will be part of the history of engineering. In them you can also find sport ports, theme parks, restaurants, cinemas, spas, sports centers or racetracks.

The Amazing Dubai Palm Island Jumeirah (May 2021)


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