Dubai home to numerous engineering marvels, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Canal, Dubai Frame, Palm Dubai, and Burj Al Arab and many more. Now there is a new, man-made lake that takes the shape of two gigantic hearts has been added to the list these marvels.
Dubai has been a major tourist hub and has been attracting travelers from around the world just to explore and have an experience of man-made marvels, lavish malls and many more attracting sights, which you only get to see in Dubai.
The heart shape lake also known as Love Lake has been carved out next to the man-made cluster of lagoons in Al Qudra, about 50 kilometers from Burj Khalifa. The Love-lake can be seen on the google maps as well, and the trees bordering the lake, make it spell the word ‘Love’ which is visible from the aerial view.
Moreover, elated by the creation in the unveiling ceremony the Dubai crown prince, Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Chairman of Dubai Executive Council, posted an aerial shot of the lake on Instagram this weekend and it has gone viral since.
“To all of you,” the crown prince wrote in his social media post.
And very soon the latest landmark starts to get views on the social media, one can have an enlarged view of the Lake of Love on Google Earth app, through drones or one can fly over the lake as well, with prior permissions taken from the government.
There are a series of Lakes at Al Qudra and one can have leisure time with their family and friends, it's a great way to see Dubai's beautiful desert sunset with a waterfront view.
You might also get the chance to spot a wildlife or two there and it is the only part of Dubai where wildlife resides in their natural habitat. If you are there early in the morning then you will be lucky enough to spot endangered and native birds, swans, geese, ducks, flamingos and many more. Tours facilities are also available to explore the whole area. If that's not enough to satiate your soul then one can also head to nearby Bab Al Shams – a five-star desert resort styled like an Arabian fort – for dinner with an amazing view of the sunset.