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New attractions to check out in Dubai

Mon, August 24, 2020

Discover hot new openings and fresh experiences the whole family will love.

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Discover hot new openings and fresh experiences the whole family will love.

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Quranic Park

Quranic Park
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The Quranic Park in Khawaneej is a tranquil outdoor spot in Dubai. Inspired by the Islam's holy book, there are plenty of beautiful gardens to explore here, as well as novel attractions. For example, step inside the Glass House to view a collection of special plants mentioned in the religious text, or pay a visit to the Cave of Miracles to gain a greater insight into milestone events mentioned in the holy book. Afterwards, families can go cycling along the dedicated paths or simply enjoy a picnic in the warm winter sunshine.
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Al Shindagha Museum

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Nestled along the banks of the historic Dubai Creek, Al Shindagha Museum brings to life the story of the nation. The 'Dubai Creek: Birth of a City' uses state-of-the-art multimedia, so you can delve into the past in a truly unique way, learning about the emirate’s seafaring history and its evolution from a humble fishing village into a thriving global metropolis. Don’t forget to stop by the Perfume House, which showcases the tradition behind scents in Emirati culture with a focus on traditional techniques and exotic ingredients.
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Dreamscape

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Play with endangered alien creatures, discover the secret of The Lost Pearl, and reunite a trapped baby blue whale with its mother – all within an hour. Dreamscape, the virtual reality entertainment company, has opened its first international location at Mall of the Emirates in Dubai with three epic adventures: Alien Zoo, Curse of the Lost Pearl: A Magic Projector Adventure, and The Blu: Deep Rescue. The immersive storytelling attraction is backed by some of Hollywood's biggest names, including 21st Century Fox, WarnerMedia, Viacom, Steven Spielberg and Hans Zimmer.
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Hatta Wadi Hub

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Open in winter, Hatta Wadi Hub presents fresh thrills to experience every season. Experience Hatta Drop-in, Asia’s first water jump park, or Hatta Hiking Trails, the longest sign-posted hiking routes in the UAE that remain open all year. While in the area, don’t forget to check out Hatta Heritage Village that is home to historic landmarks, or go souvenir shopping with plenty of traditional arts and crafts and locally-grown honey to choose from.
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Nakheel Mall

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Located on The Palm Jumeirah, the newly-opened Nakheel Mall offers visitors more than 300 retail outlets, a wide range of dining options, leisure and entertainment, as well as spectacular views. With direct access to The Palm's monorail station, families will find plenty to do here. One of the highlights is Trampo Extreme, offering 4,000sqft of bouncing fun. This high-octane park has 16 different jumping activities, which are ideal for children aged three to 13 years. Older children can take on extreme dodgeball, the challenge of a warrior obstacle course, and more.

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