Sited the giant Deira City Centre mall on Al Garhoud Bridge Rd, it is a large indoor complex designed to kids’ entertainment. The center houses a captivating set of electronic games, 11-screen CineStar cinema, a 10-pin bowling alley, tiny golf course, carousels, a singular children’s hairdresser, a superb crawling bungle jungle and the fabolous Camel’s Adventure Zone.
Parents may leave their children when they go for shopping in the mall. The tickets are reasonably priced, and the fun center is open on all days of the year from 6 pm to 9 pm. Tel: +971 4 295 4333.
IPlaced on the on the 3rd floor of the Wafi City Mall, it is an excellent amusement park for family entertainment, specially dedicated for kids. The principal attractions of the center are the Crystal Maze, a thrilling enclosure; and the Two Separate Worlds – Galactica, which offers video and arcade games and Lunarland, which is a nice play area with flying spaceships.
Other fun features include the Horror Chamber, a virtual reality rollercoaster, an indoor roller-blading, the Komet and numerous 3D films shown all over the day.
There is no admission fee for entry, but visitors need to pay for the rides and fun areas. It is open on all days of the week, except Fridays. Timing is from 10 am to 11 pm. Tel: +971 4 324 7747.
Expected to be opened by 2009 and covering an area of 279 million sq-m (3 billion sq-ft), it is the huge Middle East’s Disney World and the biggest theme-amusement park in the world. Aside from the countless entertainment zones, the complex will also include tourism, real estate, luxury hospitality, and retail areas.
Placed on Emirates Rd, the complex is set to be the ultimate fun and leisure destination in the world that will be divided into seven themed zones, called “Worlds”: Attractions & Experience World, Retail and Entertainment World, Themed Leisure and Vacation World, Eco-Tourism World, Sports and Outdoor World, Downtown and Science and Planetariums. Dubailand construction will be completed by 2020 and is projected to receive 15 million tourists by 2010.