Dubai is a tourist attraction for the world to get away from their busy daily routine to enjoy the life at its fullest and it doesn’t seems to stop at anything from the tallest building in the world to the beautiful miracle garden but that’s not all. The city has five new attractions for the new visitors and those who’ve visited before would definitely want to come back again to enjoy these.
1. VR Park Dubai
VR Park is the latest attraction of Emaar Entertainment at The Dubai Mall. It is located between Reel Cinemas and KidZania Dubai. It offers multiplayer shared escapism through standard VR for PC, AR games, location-based experiences, a full cafe, and even an indoor rollercoaster. VR Park has been designed to offer something for everyone with attractions appealing to all interests, across horror, leisure and much more.
There is a Cafe where you can relax. VR Park combines Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality (VR), providing unforgettable rides, journeys and games. Damien Latham, Chief Executive Officer of Emaar Entertainment said. “As we continue to deliver unprecedented entertainment experiences, we’re pushing the boundaries of innovation for the industry and inviting visitors to challenge reality with our entertainment destinations.”
2. The Dubai Frame
Dubai has gone through enormous changes. Dubai frame is one of the mega and astonishing attraction. The 50-storey portal may be the tallest frame in the world. It is the newest addition in Dubai’s architecture. It is located at Zabeel Park in Karama and was designed by award-winning architect Fernando Donis. The frame is 150 metres high and 93 metres wide.
The two towers are connected by a 100 square metre bridge which has a 25 square metre glass panel in the middle that offers a great view. This allows visitors to enjoy from up high. The top of the Dubai Frame is accessible by elevator which is designed by ThyssenKrupp, the German engineering company. Main focus are a museum and gallery. Tickets are free for children under the age of 3 and people over the age of 60. You can look around the city from its glass walkway. One side gives you the amazing views of modern Dubai and the other side will take you back in time.
3. Etihad Museum
The newest attraction, Etihad Museum is a part of a joint agreement formed by a MoU with its partners and it is elegantly designed by Canadian architects Moriyana & Teshima. It is located next to the historic Union House on the Dubai waterfront. The museum honours the 1971 signing of the document that created the UAE and celebrates the culture and history of its people. It is a unique and iconic museum.
The Museum is equipped with a beautiful library, an education centre, a temporary exhibition hall and a restaurant. The majority of the museum is underground, including permanent and temporary galleries, theatres, and event spaces. The museum also offers a series of educational activities including school programmes, lectures, workshops and advanced technology like presentations of documentary films and photographs of the UAE’s ruling families and applications designed to inspire visitors.
4. Legoland Water Park
Legoland Water Park is the only UAE water park designed specifically for kids aged 2-12 and their families. It is located next to the existing Legoland theme park. It covers a total area of three million square feet. There are 60 million Lego bricks used to build the structures in the theme park. It also offers a full range of amenities, including dining and retail outlets, changing rooms, guest services, first aid and prayer room.
The water park has twenty water slides and other attractions like a family raft ride, wave pools and the Joker Soaker water playground. There is also a toddler area Duplo Splash Safari with four small slides. It features six themed lands, factory lego city, imaginations, kingdoms, adventures and miniland. These uniquely designed zones offer entertainment and playful learning experiences.
5. Palm Deira Island
The Palm shaped Deira Island project of Nakheel covers four man made artificial islands in the middle of the sea. It contains over 15.3 square kilo metres of land. The island is a residential, leisure and entertainment center. It is considered to be the biggest development project undertaken in Deira.
The islands include the hotels, hotel apartments, multi-purpose buildings and marinas. This is the island where the enjoyment and entertainment are found in every corner.