Dubai’s tower will have a moon on top of it.
Dubai, which is known for its very modern buildings, wants to build a huge copy of the moon that is expected to cost more than £4 billion.
The Mirror says that a Dubai resort wants to build a fake moon on top of a tall building.
The project was started by Canadian businessman Michael Henderson, who wanted to build the moon on top of a 30-meter building. The length of the sphere would be 274 meters.
The idea is called “Moon,” and it would let people visit a satellite in space while they were still on Earth.
The fake moon would probably bring in more than £1.5 billion a year from more than 2.5 million people.
It will be paid for by Moon World Resorts, which says it will cost £4.28 billion.
“We are the biggest ‘name’ in the world. “Our brand is known by 8 billion people, and we haven’t even started yet,” said Henderson.
Inside the moon, there will be a resort with a 4,000-room hotel, a 10,000-person theater, a nightclub, and a health center. A “lunar colony” will let visitors feel what it’s like to walk on the moon.
At night, the moon would shine as a full, half, or crescent moon.
Henderson and Sandra G. Matthews, who started the project with him, said that it will “have a big effect on every part of the UAE’s economy, including tourism.”
“[It] will be the largest and most successful modern tourism project in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. It will double the number of tourists who visit Dubai every year because of its global appeal, brand awareness, and unique multiple integrated offerings,” they said.