Our third day in Dubai started with a short gateway. It takes about 20 minutes drive to reach the world’s largest indoor amusement park, the IMG Worlds of Adventure. An endless amusement park with a surface of 1,5 million square metres. It is divided into thematic areas and it embraces all types of needs and tastes.
Of course Gaia and Giada fell in love with the area dedicated to Cartoon Network, while Alessandro and I chose to play PAC-MAN on the world’s largest consolle. Shaping and designing an indoor amusement park comes from the urge of fighting weather conditions which are hard to handle, and during some months of the year hot temperatures are just unbearable. Once you are inside the structure you will lose the feeling of being indoor and you can enjoy its atmosphere. It is a immense amusement park where you can spend the evening with friends and family.
After enjoying some time at the IMG Worlds of Adventure, it is time to visit a very interesting area of the city. Imagine a park designed in the middle of the desert and entirely made of flowers. Although it seems impossible to be true, the Miracle Garden of Dubai is the example of how technology can be just incredible.
Should I mention that the Dubai Miracle Garden won the Guinness World Record for being the world’s largest flower park?
The watering system of this park was designed artificially through a process that desalinates sea water. This last element, of course, became the main life source of the park.
We ended the day visiting one of the newest and most interesting areas of the city. City Walk indeed is a new area of Dubai which was built for the locals but which attracts also tourists and visitors. City Walk is an area created to live the city outdoor. It was shaped according to a system that allows the warm temperatures to be tolerable. Shops and restaurants make this place the perfect spot for a stroll around and some relax, alone or with the family and friends.
To be continued…