Jio World Centre, a new destination from Reliance Industries, has opened. In Mumbai’s Bandra Kurla Complex, the Centre occupies 18.5 acres. Jio World Centre has been marketed as a destination for business, commerce, and culture.
According to the company, the Jio World Center includes a cultural center, a musical fountain, an upscale retail experience, a selection of cafés and fine dining restaurants, serviced apartments and offices, and the largest convention facility in the country.
Nita Ambani described the Jio World Centre as a tribute to our glorious nation and a reflection of New India’s aspirations. Jio World Centre will host the largest conventions, cultural experiences, and world-class retail and dining facilities as Mumbai’s new landmark. Together we will write the next chapter in India’s growth story.”
In addition to the Dhirubhai Ambani Square, Fountain of Joy and Jio World Convention Centre, the Jio World Centre will open in phases over the course of the current and following year.
Dhirubhai Ambani Square
Dhirubhai Ambani Square is an open public space that is free to enter. Fountain of Joy is the focal point of Dhirubhai Ambani Square. There are eight fire shooters, 392 water jets, and more than 600 LED lights in the fountain.
Nita Ambani said, “With great joy and pride, we dedicate Dhirubhai Ambani Square and the world-class Fountain of Joy to the people and city of Mumbai.”. It will be an iconic new public space where people can enjoy the colours and sounds of Aamchi Mumbai. I am delighted to pay a special tribute to teachers on this opening night. As a former teacher, I would like to thank our teachers for working tirelessly to keep the flame of knowledge alive in these challenging times. “Our tribute show salutes these real heroes.”