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Global Village
Updated on 01 February 2016

Global Village, Dubai’s leading family entertainment and cultural attraction gets bigger and better every year. If you’re looking for a theme park to keep the family entertained, the hugely popular Fantasy Island funfair has more than 50 rides and games that people of all ages can enjoy. Wander around the 32 pavilions, each representing a different country, for a unique shopping experience, while being entertained by the best street artists from around the world.

Thrill Shows and the regular fun packed and colorful parades abound, together with fireworks and the all new Dancing Fountain. And don’t forget to say hello to GLOBO, the family friendly mascot. Global Village is open until 9th April 2016.

Call +971 (04) 3624114, e-mail info@globalvillage.ae or visit www.globalvillage.ae.

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