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WHY SHOULD I GO FOR THIS?
Mumbai to Dubai Underwater Train
one-of-its-kind man-made island to the world’s largest building and the first
flying cars, Dubai always stuns the world with the most unbelievable! And this
time it’s all set to turn heads with the launch of an ultramodern mode of
transport. If the revolutionary concept by National Advisor Bureau Limited is
green lighted, the UAE will have super-speed underwater bullet trains which incredibly
slash the travel time between Mumbai (India) and the UAE, making these
destinations literally a hop away.
The direct service will
let you travel non-stop from Mumbai to Fujairah or vice versa, covering the
distance in a record two-hour time. Whisking you at top speeds of 300
kilometers per hour, this underwater rail network will extend for over 2000
kilometers beneath the Arabian Sea and is certain to beat a plane in terms of
its speed and cutting-edge features. Dubai not only creates the unimaginable
but does it with utmost perfect every time. So not to mention about its
interiors and facilities; you can look forward to an unparalleled level of
comfort and style onboard.
Beyond transporting the
passengers and seemingly cutting down the commute times, the brand-new transport
system is expected to strengthen the ties between India and UAE. After all, the
pipes attached to the long floating rail network allow for the effortless transfer
of oil to India and import of fresh water from Narmada River to the UAE. This, surely,
will promote for an enhanced bilateral trade while marking a whole new era of advancement
and growth for both countries.
The Rayna Tours Advantage
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Imagine covering the
distance between Mumbai and UAE in just two hours! An innovative proposal put out
by National Advisor Bureau Limited indicates that this could soon be a reality.
- Children under 3 years will be considered as infant and entry will be free of cost.
- Children aged from 3 to 10 years will be considered as child and charged child rate.
- Children above age 10 will be considered as an adult and charged adult rate.