The Dubai Fountain is the center piece of the Downtown Burj Khalifa man made lake, located at the front of Burj Khalifa in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Emaar, the developer of Burj Khalifa, and Downtown Burj Khalifa had announced the Dubai fountains in June 2008, at the expected cost of AED 800 million or USD 218 million, which is the total cost of the Fountain’s lake, the fountain, and its filtration system.
The Dubai fountain is one of the world’s tallest fountains, surpassing the Fountains of Bellagio at Las Vegas. The Dubai fountains is 275 m (902.2 ft), which is more than the length of two football fields, and has five circles of varying sizes and two central arcs. It is 25 % larger than the Fountains of Bellagio at Las Vegas.
The Dubai Fountains can be seen from over 20 mi (32.2 km) away if you have a clear line of sight. The fountains can shoot to the maximum height of 150 m (492.1 ft), which is equivalent to a 40-story building or high enough to wash the windows a fifth of the way up the Burj Khalifa Tower, the tallest man-made structure ever built, at 828 m (2,717 ft).
The Dubai Fountain attracts thousands of visitors to the Waterfront Promenade of The Dubai Mall each evening. Dubai fountains is expected to attract more than 10 million visitors per year.