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The world’s longest indoor ski slope is coming to Dubai

The world’s longest indoor ski slope is coming to Dubai Dubai has just announced another world record attempt for the books… it is building the world’s longest indoor ski slope – with a 1.2 km run!

This will be twice as long as the current longest indoor slope in Germany.

The ski centre will be part of the $6.8 billion Meyden One project that will also feature a hotel, a 4 km canal and marina, shopping complex, 300 restaurants, plus the world’s tallest residential building and world’s largest fountain!

The first stage of the project is due to be completed by 2020.

Dubai also is home to Ski Dubai which was the first indoor ski resort in the Middle East, located in the Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest shopping malls in the world.

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By Krystelle

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