sights and attractions places of interest Riverland Dubai
Riverland Dubai
Updated on 29 January 2017

Riverland Dubai is located at the centre of Dubai Parks and Resorts offering a unique themed dining, retail and entertainment destination for all ages. Riverland Dubai has four themed zones that offer a fascinating glimpse into some of the greatest eras of our past from 1950s America at The Boardwalk to medieval France at The French Village, to India Gate and the 19th century themed Peninsula. With more than 50 shops and restaurants and a range of entertainment from street performances to festivals and concerts there is always something exciting for friends, families and couples to enjoy at Riverland Dubai.

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