Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Visits Yas Island And Takes A Tour Through Seaworld Abu Dhabi

by Deeplata Garde
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Visits Yas Island And Takes A Tour Through Seaworld Abu Dhabi

The ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid enjoys visiting places of great importance. We can always see him taking inspection tours as well. Apart from inspection, High Highness also enjoys visiting spots that are entertaining and educational. Recently he took out his valuable time to visit Abu Dhabi’s entertainment hub, Yas Island. People spotted him taking a tour around the newly opened marine facility, SeaWorld Abu Dhabi.

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Visit SeaWorld Abu Dhabi

On a visit to SeaWorld Abu Dhabi on Tuesday, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, Vice President and Ruler of Dubai, lauded the city for its commitment to marine life preservation. The educational and entertainment complex recently opened its doors to the public in May. Sheikh Mohammed attended a brief specifically arranged for him describing the facility during his visit to Yas Island.

Sheikh Mohammed lauded the project and the value it brings to the UAE’s tourist industry. He further emphasised the top-notch infrastructure that was built via effective collaboration between the public and private sectors.

150 kinds of animals, including sharks, manta rays, sea turtles, reptiles, amphibians, and invertebrates, were observed by Sheikh Mohammed. The marine facility experiences are divided into eight areas and offer a variety of instructive and entertaining activities.

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5 Floors, 183,000 Sqm & 68,000 Marine Species

The marine history of the UAE and marine life in the Gulf are the primary focus of SeaWorld Abu Dhabi. The newest attraction on Yas Island, SeaWorld Abu Dhabi, is the first of its kind outside of North America. There are around 25 million litres of water in this area.

There are also roughly 68,000 distinct marine species there. The five-story SeaWorld Abu Dhabi complex has a total area of 183,000 square metres. Imagine the grandeur and the endless view of marine animals that would be on display. Not to forget, it’s also a rescue centre which strategies to save the life of such marine animals.

HH Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid when not doing business desires to balance his life with fitness and hearty meals. He was recently spotted cycling around the Dubai Water Canal.
If you visit UAE, there are plenty of chances to spot the Ruler of Dubai around the Emirates for either business or leisure.

Cover Image Courtesy: Twitter/ Dubai Media Office