12 – 18 July Travel News: Deep Dive Dubai

Deep Dive Dubai

Hello everyone! Are you enjoying the summer folks? Even though the heat overwhelms humanity all over the world, summer continues with all its vitality and excitement. After a short break, I compiled the travel news for you. This week we have exciting news from all around the world including the opening of the world’s deepest diving pool: Deep Dive Dubai! I hope you enjoy the news and the week!

World’s Deepest Diving Pool Opened in Dubai 

Deep Dive Dubai is located in Dubai’s Nad Al Sheba. Verified by Guinness World Record, it is the deepest pool in the world for diving. It can hold 14 million liters of water and its height is 60.02 meters. That means approximately six times of an Olympic-sized swimming pool. 

Deep Dive Dubai is like a huge oyster that has advanced technologies. It has a hyperbaric chamber, a sunken city, and state-of-the-art lighting, sound, etc. When coming to cleaning, the circulation of water in six hours with filter technology developed by NASA.

Eiffel Tower Will be Open For Tourists After 9 Months

Eiffel Tower, Paris

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Eiffel Tower was closed for 9 months. Since World War II, it never stayed closed that much. After a long wait, finally, tourists can visit the tower starting from 16 July. But the global pandemic is a reality and it has not finished yet. So the daily capacity of the tower will be nearly half of its normal level, 13.000 visitors. 

Astronomy Museum Opened in Shanghai

No, you’re on Earth, also still in 2021 and no aliens aren’t here they’re still somewhere out there! Alright here is the biggest astronomy museum in the world. The 420,000-square-foot museum has been constructed with the universe in mind in every way. This museum opened in Shanghai on July 18 and is designed by Thomas J. Wong of Ennead Architects.

The whole structure is devoid of straight lines or right angles, giving a feeling of movement inside the otherwise static structure. The museum has three main parts which are the Oculus which is a sundial, the Sphere which is the place for the planetarium theater, and the Inverted Dome which is a rooftop amphitheater.

Covid-19 Memorial Park in India

After a cremation ran out of space to keep uncollected ashes, visitors to a park in Bhopal, India, would stroll over fields created from the remains of 6,000 COVID dead. The city is already transforming 12,000 square feet of wasteland into a monument for Covid-19 pandemic victims.

The ashes of nearly 6,000 persons burned between March 15 and June 15 will be mixed with dirt, cow dung, wood sawdust, sand, and other materials to create the park, according to the source.

Bonus: Win 5 Day-Luxurious Trip by Japanese Whisky Brand

Japanase Whiskey

Suntory, the maker of popular whiskies, is giving away a five-day, four-night stay at a luxury resort including a distillery tour and ground transportation. If you are 21 and older, just make a whiskey highball with one part Toki Japanese whisky and three parts soda water. Follow Suntory Toki and post your highball tagging #SuntoryTime and #TokyoContest.

Thanks for reading! Please don’t forget to leave your thoughts and comments. See you next week with more travel news!

Written by Fatma Say


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