Palm Jumeirah

A jewel in Dubai’s self made crown, The Palm Jumeirah is the world’s largest man-made island and is comprised of a two kilometre long trunk, a top made up of 17 fronds and a surrounding crescent. Since its launch in 2001, the Palm Jumeirah has contributed vastly to building tourism in the area and attracting investment back into Dubai.

The infographic clearly and simply highlights the layout and landscape design of the Palm Jumeirah. The palm itself is surrounded by luxury residences and hotels, namely The Grandeur residences, Kempinski Palm Jumeirah residence, the emerald Palace residences and The Atlantis. The visual clearly shows us the demarcation between each section of the palm, allowing us to differentiate between Signature Villas, Garden Home villas and Canal Cove town homes. According to Nakheel’s promotional material, the Jumeirah Palm Island will feature themed hotels, three types of villas apartment buildings, beaches, marinas, restaurants, and a variety of retail outlets.

The Palm Jumeirah, the world’s largest man-made island, is an artificial archipelago created using land reclamation by Nakheel, a company owned by the Dubai government in the United Arab Emirates and was completely designed and developed by HHCP architects.

As per Nakheel’s website the Palm Jumeirah is the first of three such islands that comprise ‘The Palm Trilogy’, Nakheel’s signature development and it will be followed by The Palm Jebel Ali and The Palm Deira.

The palm has seventeen fronds, named Al Fardh, Al Khalas, Al Hilali, Al Barhi, Buma’an, al Yabri, Al Shishi, Al Khanezi, Al Merziban, Al Anwan, Al Khisab, Al Fara, Al Sefri, Al Naghal, Al Safawi and Al Sullaj respectively.

In order to build a larger tourist base, Two F-100 Super Sabre fighter jets have been stripped and sunk near The Palm Jumeirah to create an artificial reef. This, according to tourism experts, is intended as an additional attraction for divers- who can explore the reef as it develops off the coast of the Palm.

The Palm Jumeirah has a number of Hotels, Resorts, and Hotel residences. Here is a list of the various establishments at the Palm Jumeirah.The Fairmont Palm Hotel & Resort, Kempinski Hotel & Residences, Rixos The Palm Dubai, Atlantis, The Palm, Royal Club, Dubai, Oceana, The Palm Jumeirah, Jumeirah ZabeelSaray, Oceana Residence, Palm Jumeirah Tiara Residence, One & Only The Palm, Palm Jumeirah Residences, Beach Apartments, Palm Jumeirah and The Residences, Palm Jumeirah.

While providing basic and clear-cut data, the infographic from is a handy tool for anyone looking to get fast facts and figures about this man-made marvel of design and architecture.

Palm Jumeirah Dubai

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