The three enormous Florida-style theme parks are now being built on the Sheikh Zayed Road between Dubai and Abu Dhabi and it is now half-complete.
The attraction in Bollywood Park is a colossal 800-seat theatre formed like India’s Taj Mahal and it is nearing its outcome and in Legoland Dubai the first roller coaster is now established.
The theme park company, Dubai Parks and Resorts, whose behind all of these, announced that 50 percent of 50 cafes, restaurants and shops which will make up its 220,000 sq ft Riverland dining section at the entrance to the park had also been leased.
The accredited dining area within walking distance to the park gates will not oblige a ticket for entry; thus will be based around a 1-kilometre stretch of river formed in the desert using treated sewage effluent water.
A section of the venue will be planned to appear like a medieval French village, another section will be intended to look like 1950s America, and another section will be projected like India in the 1930s and another section will be like France at the end of the 19th century.
Dubai Parks and Resorts expect to attract 6.7 million visitors in 2017.
The parks are a key part of Dubai’s aim to convince more of its transit passengers to venture out of the airport and spend at least part of their holidays in the emirate. Dubai hopes to retain its rapid development in tourist arrivals, which is nearly double to 20 million by 2020.
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