Dubailand

    Dubailand appeared in 2003. Dubai Holding announced the construction of a family entertainment center in the south of Palm Jumeirah and Downtown Dubai in the Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed Road area

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    Dubailand was conceived in 2003

    As an entertainment center with an area of 277 sq. km. with six thematic zones

    But due to the economic crisis of 2008–2013. The plans were scaled back and there are now about 20 areas being built on the site, including theme parks and residential areas

    Some areas have retained the theme of the original project

    For example, Dubai Sports City has a golf course and sports arenas, while Falcon City of Wonders has an amusement park theme

    Communities with polo fields, stables and golf clubs are located in the center of Dubailand, in the Arabian Ranches area

    Infrastructure

    Dubailand is close to major roads and provides quick access

    To Downtown Dubai and the coastal areas of Palm Jumeirah and Dubai Marina

    The road to Dubai International Airport and Al Maktoum International Airport takes

    25–35 minutes

    In addition, some areas of Dubailand are connected by bus routes

    Areas of Dubailand

    Are designed on the principle of self-sufficient communities

    own schools parks preschools medical restaurants supermarkets pharmacies other infrastructure facilities

    Entertainment

    Dubailand boasts several world-class attractions

    IMG Worlds of Adventure

    The second largest indoor theme park in the world, it also houses the Novo cinema, themed shops and restaurants

    Global Village

    Representing the traditions and cuisine of different countries of the world and offering attractions, film screenings, stunt shows and a variety of public events

    Dubai Miracle Garden

    The largest open-air flower park on the planet, where 150 million flowers form colorful arches, objects and patterns.