This Ramadan, the world’s largest fountain will act as Iftar cannon - GulfToday

This Ramadan, the world’s largest fountain will act as Iftar cannon


Fireworks explode over The Palm Fountain at the Pointe in Dubai. AP

Gulf Today, Staff Reporter

The record-breaking fountain named The Palm Fountain will act as an Iftar cannon during the holy month of Ramadan.

The Palm Fountain at The Pointe in Palm Jumeirah will put on a stunning show daily as it signals the end of the fasting time.

It will also feature a dazzling display of Ramadan decorations inspired by Islamic motifs, while offering Iftar and Suhoor meals.   

The Palm Fountain’s shows swaying to iconic Emirati songs such as Ya Salam Ya Dubai, Dubai Is Another Planet, Aim for The Sky and more.

Fountain-Palm-2 The fountain is spread over 14,000 sqft of seawater. 

Nakheel Malls broke the record for the world’s largest fountain, measuring at a whopping 7,327m² in Dubai last year with a breathtaking ceremony.

The record-breaking fountain was designed with a few tricks including colour and brightness controls.

The Palm Fountain is Palm Jumeirah’s latest waterfront attraction, broke the Guinness World Records (GWR) at the Pointe in Dubai during its inaugural event for the largest fountain in the world.

The Palm Fountain which spreads across 1300 sqm of sea water features over 3,000 LED lights.

The attraction is the only multicoloured fountain in Dubai and is a celebration of Dubai’s resurgence and ambition to aim for the sky.

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