The Dubai Fountain
The Dubai Fountain is world’s biggest choreographed wellspring framework set on Burj Khalifa Lake in Dubai, at the focal point of the Downtown Dubai. It was outlined by a California-based organization in charge of the wellsprings at the Bellagio Hotel Lake in Las Vegas. Lit up by 6,600 lights and 25 shaded projectors, it is 275m long and shoots water 240 feet into the air joined by a scope of established to contemporary Arabic and world music. It was worked at an cost of AED 800 million.
Dubai Creek is the natural seawater inlet from the Arabian Gulf that divides the city in two. On the northeast side is Deira Dubai and on the southwest, Bur Dubai. The creek has played a major role in Dubai’s history, originally facilitating trade with India and Africa and providing safe haven for trading ships.