Closest Stop: Jumeira, Royal Meridian (860 m)
Bus routes 8, 883, 4, F55A will take you to Bluewaters Island. The closest bus stops are Jumeira, Royal Meridian - 02, which is 12 min walk away, and Shatha Tower - 01, which is a 20-minute walk away from Ain Dubai.
Nearest Metro Stop: Damac Metro Station (620 meters)
The M1 metro line takes you to the Ain Dubai. Alight at the Damac Metro Station. From here, Ain Dubai is a 9-minute walk to the attraction.
Nearest Station: Jumeirah Beach Residences 2 (6 km)
You can take the Light Rail to get to Ain Dubai. Alight at the Jumeirah Beach Residences 2 station, which is a 9-minute taxi ride away from Ain Dubai.
You can take a taxi, Careem or Uber. You will find the designated drop-off and pick-up zones at Bluewaters. You can also drive down to the attraction by taking the Sheikh Zayed Road E11 towards Abu Dhabi. Exit at junction 31 towards Al Azraq Street and follow the signs leading to Ain Dubai. You can park at Bluewaters.
You can also visit one of the many restaurants at Bluewaters Island. Some popular ones include Puerto 99 Mexican Cuisine, The Selfish Bull, The London Project, Ketch Up Dubai Restaurant, Sahelnom and Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen.
A. Ain Dubai is open on Tuesdays & Wednesdays, from 10 AM to 9 PM and Thursday to Saturday, from 12 PM to 9 PM.
A. Ain Dubai is closed on Mondays. Ain Dubai will also remain closed throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan and is expected to reopen on May 2, 2022
A. The best time to visit Ain Dubai observation wheel would be between October to March, on a weekday during the early morning or the evening to enjoy lesser crowds and better weather.
A. One rotation takes approximately 38 minutes. However, factor in the time taken for entry, to buy snacks and visit the restrooms before the experience, which could take anywhere between 30 - 60 minutes. You can also stick around after the ride and explore the lounge area or grab something to eat.
A. Ain Dubai is located at Bluewaters - Bluewaters Island - Dubai - United Arab Emirates.
A. Yes, you can reach Ain Dubai via metro, bus, and tram. You could also take a taxi, Careem or Uber to the attraction.
A. The closest metro station to Ain Dubai is the Damac Metro Station, which is about 620 meters away.
A. The closest bus stop to Ain Dubai is Jumeira, Royal Meridian- 02, which is 860 meters away.
A. Taking a taxi, Careem, Uber or driving down to Ain Dubai might be the most convenient way to reach. If you take a taxi, the designated drop-off zone is located close to the attraction. If you decide to drive down, there are parking facilities located at Bluewaters, just a quick stroll away from the attraction.
A. Taking the bus, metro and tram are all budget-friendly ways to get to Ain Dubai.
A. Ain Dubai does not have its own carpark. However, visitors can park their vehicle at Bluewaters, which has ample parking facilities.
A. While there are no toilets on board, you will find washroom facilities in the Terminal Building.
A. Yes, all visitors can avail of free Wi-Fi while at Ain Dubai.
A. There is a cafe and concession stands located at Ain Dubai. You can also visit the Seaview Lounge to grab a bite to eat and relax.
A. Yes, Ain Dubai is an accessible attraction. They provide lifts and ramps that make the venue suitable for visitors that use wheelchairs.
A. Yes, you can take photographs inside Ain Dubai. However, visitors are not allowed to film for commercial purposes without prior authorisation.
A. No, there is no dress code in place at Ain Dubai.
A. Pets or animals are prohibited on the Ain Dubai. However, guide dogs and hearing dogs are allowed inside.
A. Ain Dubai is open till 9 PM, which allows you to explore the attraction and get a glimpse of the Dubai skyline during the night.
A. No, suitcases will not be allowed inside Ain Dubai. Visitors can carry small handheld bags or rucksacks inside the venue.
A. No, Ain Dubai does not offer any kind of storage facilities
A. Yes, there are plenty of hotels available for stay near Ain Dubai including Caesars Palace Dubai, which is the the first non-gaming resorts by Caesar Entertainment.