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on July 25. Formed of 1.65 million square feet (153,000 square metres), Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi tops its Yas Island neighbour Ferrari World Abu Dhabi in size to become ‘the world’s biggest indoor theme park.’ Located alongside Ferrari World Abu Dhabi and iconic


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The world’s first ever Warner Bros. branded indoor theme park opened at Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE earlier this summer. With six fully-themed immersive lands, the park brings together the beloved stories and characters of Looney Tunes, Hanna-Barbera, and DC Comics. Park World takes a closer look at Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi


wned and developed by Miral Asset Management at an estimated cost of $1 billion, the United Arab Emirates’ newest theme park opened to the public


Emirati themed mega water park, Yas Waterworld, with Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi, Miral aims to take Yas Island’s annual visitor tally from 25 million in 2015, to 30 million in 2018 and 48 million by 2022, reinforcing the resort’s position in the leisure and entertainment sector. The park boasts 29 state-of-the-art rides and family-friendly


attractions, plus retail outlets featuring a wide collection of merchandise inspired by Warner Bros. franchises, and a wide range of themed food and beverage options. It is divided into six themed lands in addition to the striking Warner Bros. Plaza, featuring iconic iconic characters like Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman, not to mention ageless childhood favourites like Bugs Bunny, Scooby-Doo, Tom and Jerry and The Flintstones.


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