TITLE

DUBAI ANNOUNCES £3bn THEME PARK

PUB. DATE
February 2004
SOURCE
Middle East;Feb2004, Issue 342, p37
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Dubai's meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions sector has been given increased prominence with the opening of the Dubai International Convention Centre, including new hotels with extensive meetings facilities and the Dubai Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing's (DTCM) increased marketing activities, as of February 2004. Several public and private sector developments in the forthcoming years will continue to provide delegates with a combination of suitable products. The recently announced 3 billion pound Dubailand theme park, will be one of the world's largest investments in a leisure complex covering 2bn sq ft with an artificial rain forest and indoor ski-slope, themed venues, a shopping mall and several five-star hotels.
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12261442

 

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