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MARKET REPORT: MIDDLE EAST Global Village, Dubai


Market Report: MIDDLE EAST


Market conditions in the GCC have proved challenging for the attractions industry over the past 12 months, writes Phil Taylor, but with a number of notable highlights. Here, the Dubai-based industry expert and consultant brings us up to speed with projects from the UAE and wider Middle East region.


have slowed over the past 12 months. Linked to this, a number of notable projects that were expected to open in 2018 have had their opening dates pushed back out to 2019 or even 2020. Examples include the Museum of the Future, Ain Dubai


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(The Dubai Eye) and Clymb on Yas Island, which was impacted by a fire last


he development of new attractions and the number of attraction openings in the UAE


year. However, 2018 has also seen some great new additions in the UAE with the opening of Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, which picked up four awards at the 2019 MENALAC Awards, and Laguna Water Park at La Mer in Dubai, both great attractions. It’s not just about new attractions either. Existing attractions continue to invest in


their offer. The Wavehouse at Atlantis The Palm Dubai, which opened in January


2019 is a great example of how Aquaventure has added a new offer. As is Yas Waterworld’s opening of it’s 5D Cinesplash attraction in 2018. Other highlights in the UAE from the


past 12 months include The Frame reporting over 1 million visitors in its first year of operation, Global Village Dubai, now in its 23rd season, reporting that its


on track for a record season, and Dubai Parks & Resorts (DP&R) reporting a 22%


PARK WORLD Handbook & Buyers Guide 2019


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