SeaWorld Abu Dhabi, A massive marine park entering its final phase of construction in the United Arab Emirates will invite visitors to enjoy the world’s largest indoor aquarium once completed sometime next year.

Once finished on the tourism and leisure hotspot of Yas Island, SeaWorld Abu Dhabi will span 183,000 sq m (1,969,795 sq ft) of floorspace across its five indoor stories. Attractions will include interactive exhibits, an immersive ride detailing a visual journey from North Pole to South Pole, and what is billed as the largest aquarium in the world.

The aquarium, filled with 25 million liters of water, will be home to a whopping 68,000 marine animals including sharks, fish, manta rays and sea turtles. “Endless Vista” is a 20-meter-tall vertical window spanning several levels with clear, towering views of all the action inside.

Alongside the park will be the Yas Island SeaWorld Research and Rescue Center, which will become the United Arab Emirates’ first dedicated marine research, rescue and rehabilitation center.

The primary steel structure is now finished for SeaWorld Abu Dhabi, with overall construction said to be 64 percent complete. The job is expected be be finished in 2022.

According to newatlas