The World’s Largest Snow Park Is Coming To Abu Dhabi

Feel the heat? Here’s something that will calm down your mind and body! The world’s largest snow park is coming to Abu Dhabi, so that’s one new spot to chill out during the summer.

What’s It?

The property is the brain child of Al Farwaniya Property Developers, Majid Al Futtaim Ventures and Thinkwell and will be docked at the Reem Mall. When it opens in 2020, the park will offer one-of-its-kind entertainment and leisure spread across 125,000 sq ft.

Credits: Gulf news

The park is said to feature over thirteen rides, spread across several designated zones. Blizzard’s Bazaar, Snowflake Garden and Flurries’ Mountain are some of the rides guests can expect at this world-class snow park. Right before entering the park, visitors can also stroll around the Blizzard’s Bazaar- a store that sells winter clothing, postcards, hats and other souvenirs you can take back. The park will also have a Snowflake Garden, where visitors can play in the snow, and build their own snowman.

Shane Eldstrom, CEO of Al Farwaniya Property Developers said: “With an incredible story and stunning visual attractions, Snow Abu Dhabi will deliver truly enchanting experiences for the whole family.”

Construction for the park is in full swing and once opened, the park will maintain a temperature of -2° C, with a snow depth of 500mm. Lastly, the park will also house 450 stores and 100 dining options as well as a range of entertainment venues.

We simply can’t wait for this one! What about you?

What Else?

Meanwhile, if you love Zombies, Dubai has a spooky surprise in store! Nakheel Malls has teamed with Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club to recreate a giant zombie-themed amusement park.

The Zombie Apocalypse Park (ZAP) is expected to open by 2020. The giant zombie-themed park will house more than 12 attractions replete with paintball games, VR 9D cinema, axe throw games, laser tag, etc. ZAP will also feature live attractions including a Zombie themed live act and other glow-in-the-dark games.

Vaishnavi Venkataraman
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