Dubai Continues To Surprise With These Upcoming Attractions

Dubai Continues To Surprise With These Upcoming Attractions

Think Dubai and today you will probably think of IPL. But amidst the excitement of the IPL finals, we are sure you will also think of a record number of mind-blowing attractions in every nook and corner of the emirate. Dubai is known to push boundaries in real-estate innovations using futuristic designs. Be it the largest mall in the world, the most luxurious hotel ever built, the culture-rich souks, the tallest building in the world, the man-made archipelago – Palm Jumeirah, the enchanting Frame, colourful blooms of the Miracle Garden, the melting pot of the world – Global Village; and to top it off amazing theme and water at Dubai Parks and Resorts, IMG World of Adventure, Atlantis and Wild Wadi, the list is endless.

While all these will continue to captivate tourists from all around the world, the new attractions that Dubai has added to its ever-growing list are a must for every visitor and will infuse new flavours for those looking for something new in the city:

The Palm Fountain

The Palm Fountain was in the news recently for setting a new Guinness World record for being ‘The World’s Largest Fountain’. It spans across the complete boulevard in the shopping and dining district of The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah.

At the Palm, get ready to be welcomed daily with spectacular shows from sunset to midnight, by two giant floating platforms that cover a humongous 14,000 sq. feet area of sea water. It encompasses 7,500 nozzles that super-shoot water to a mesmerising 105 meters height, lights up the night sky with magical 3,000 LEDs and dances on songs from all around the globe!

Time to Visit: From sunset to midnight, all seven days of the week

Dubai Continues To Surprise With These Upcoming Attractions

Al Khawaneej Walk

Occupying both indoor and alfresco spaces, the architecture of Al Khawaneej Walk perfectly blends rustic and contemporary design to create a vibrant, harmonious space between nature and shopping.

Al Khawaneej Walk packs in a string of several homegrown as well as international retail brands, some uber cool F&B outlets, and abundant options for leisure and entertainment. The Walk has something for everyone. It boasts UAE’s largest Roxy Cinemas for movie buffs, a new Warehouse gym with a ladies-only section and a 25-metre swimming pool, luxurious spas and salons. Your little ones can spend hours at Kidoos – an interactive and supervised indoor play area for kids. For the gaming buffs, The Arcade by Hub Zero offers a range of gaming experiences, while foodies can look forward to Last Exit Al Khawaneej – Dubai’s food truck destination as well as a wide range of restaurants, cafés and specialty stores.

Time to visit: Anytime between 10 AM to 10 PM, Sunday to Wednesday, and 10 AM to Midnight, Thursday to Saturday.

Dubai Continues To Surprise With These Upcoming Attractions

Dubai Safari Park

The lush green landscape of The Dubai Safari, interspersed with beautiful lakes, is sure to be a hit with nature and wildlife enthusiasts. Spread over a massive 119 hectares, the park is divided into four villages, having their own unique topography that houses over 3000 birds, mammals, invertebrates and amphibians from all around the world. The four villages you can explore here are:

  • The Arabian Village: Where you will get to see the Arabian oryx, Sand gazelles, sand, Addax and camels in all their glory
  • The Explorer village: Where traditional open safaris will transport you to the jungles of Asia and Africa for close encounters with its many inmates like cheetahs, baboons, cape buffalos, crocodiles, lions, hyenas, barbary sheep, ostriches, tigers and more. Additionally, the place also features a hippo aquarium, giraffe platform and a bird show theatre.
  • The Asian Village: Which is home to popular native species from the eastern continent. Visitors can meet birds and animals like – Cassowary, gibbon, moon bears to name a few.
  • The African Village: Which houses a range of exotic animals like majestic white lions, giraffes and African elephants to give you an unforgettable experience.

The Park is a wildlife reserve, animal sanctuary, educational centre and a leading tourist destination, all rolled into one unique destination aiming to be one of the top ten international zoos. It has also attracted worldwide recognition from the international community for its work in maintaining a high standard of animal welfare, nutrition and ethical conduct.

Time to visit: 09:00 am to 05:00 pm daily.

Dubai Continues To Surprise With These Upcoming Attractions

Whether you are young or old, an outdoor enthusiast, nature lover or shopaholic, a fan of culture or art, travelling solo or with your family; there will always be something new waiting to be explored in Dubai on your next trip!

Disclaimer: This article has been produced on behalf of Dubai Tourism by Mediawire team.

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