Where to celebrate the enthralling New Years Eve has perfect answer with Dubai. The grander, the greater, the most spectacular and lavish happens to be only in Dubai. Dubai always believes in celebration of life king size and New Year is no exception to this. Dubai New Years Eve 2017 is the best anticipated moment people in the United Arab Emirates and around the world. Dubai is a popular travel destination among the regional and international travellers especially for the celebrations of major festivals including New Year. The city offers countless ways to welcome the New Year. Dubai offers many activities, which includes for every segment from aged to kid.
Well the list is endless for deciding where to party and among them few are listed below which one can opt to celebrate the new beginning of life:
• Atlantis, The Palm.
• Masquerade Ball, Atelier M.
• Fireworks of Burj Al Arab.
• Private luxury at the Palace.
• Deserts at Bab Al Shams.
• Rooftop party at Level 43.
The hospitality industry is gearing up at every possible step to allure people and grab them with amazing deals and dining offers. In similar manner, Maitha Mohammad Bin Adai, CEO of Traffic and Roads Agency at RTA, told media, “The best possible steps have been taken to ensure smooth flow of pedestrian and vehicular traffic.”
“The plan covers Burj Khalifa district where massive numbers of signboards are being installed to direct traffic from and to the area. To ensure smooth traffic flow, traffic lights on Financial Centre Road and Mohammad Bin Rashid Boulevard will be recalibrated,” said Bin Adai, who is leading the operations team for the event.
With taking it into consideration like earlier years, this year also RTA has made a master plan for dealing with the transportation issues at Dubai on the eve of New Year. Metha bin Udai, chief executive of Traffic and Roads Agency who is heading the operational planning for annual events said,"The RTA had mapped out the operational plan necessary for serving commuters on the eve of the New Year, which normally experiences traffic congestion," "The plan covers Burj Khalifa district where massive numbers of signboards are being installed to direct traffic from and to the area."
Burj Khalifa Metro station will be closed from 10pm on December 31 to 6am on January 1. Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard will shut 6 pm to 8 pm depending on the overall flow of traffic flow. At 8pm the upper and lower decks of the Financial Centre Road will close. Al Saada Road will close beginning with the Al Murooj Rotana intersection leading to Burj Khalifa and tunnel at 6pm; Zabeel Intersection at 8 pm; Emirates Towers roundabout leading to Al Saada Road at 10 pm; Al Asayel Road at 4pm although public transport and VIP access will continue and Al Sukook Road at 8pm.
So celebrate this 2017 in the city of style and celebration and feel like a ROYALE!!!!!!