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The biggest water resort in the Middle East called Aqua Dubai is being built in Dubailand. This is being called the best waterpark in the Middle East and among the top in the world.Aqua Dubai will be a distinctive addition to the tourism sector in Dubai by offering a complete and unique experience for all ages, for individuals and families and for all water enthusiasts. Aqua Dubai will house a huge water park, a large-scale Resort, a luxurious Spa, Water Shows, a Museum and Aquarium plus an Interactive Games complex and Restaurants.

Facts:

Water Park: The Aqua Dubai Water Park will be the region's most thrilling water park. It will sprawl over more than 1 million square feet and will feature in excess of 60 water-based fun activities.

Resort: The Aqua Dubai complex will feature a luxurious and especially designed 500-room resort for water enthusiasts. The facility is being designed to offer both excitement and relaxation depending on what the visitor or his group requires. It will have all the various facilities for all family members including swimming pools.

Spa: The luxurious Spa at Aqua Dubai will offer both bathing and healing amenities with highly specialised water therapy facilities designed to soothe and relax as well as heal those utilising its facilities.

Water Shows: Aqua Dubai will feature stunning displays of light, visual image and sound. The sound and light show will use water as a medium to tell the story about ancient Islamic travelers.

Aquarium: The Aquarium at Aqua Dubai will take visitors through a journey, which would revolve around the wonders of marine life. Visitors will be able to experience virtual reality facilities with 3-D animation films that would make the Aquarium come alive.

Dolphinarium: Aqua Dubai will offer an opportunity to visitors to dance with Dolphins. At the Dolphinarium, adults and children alike could admire, learn about and enjoy and interact with a host of friendly sea creatures like Dolphins and Sea Lions and others like Parrots, Iguanas and more. The Dolphinarium will host Dolphin shows.

Museum: The Aqua Dubai Museum will feature true-to-type exhibits of ancient Islamic boats as well as feature old equipment and tools that were used for diving and pearling. It will also house an exhibit of the various varieties and types of pearls.

Submarine Ride: Aqua Dubai will offer visitors a trip through the wonders of the ocean in a submarine with the excitement associated with such a ride. The Submarine Ride will be accompanied by a virtual reality show that will take visitors through the ocean beneath the waves.

Water Show: Aqua Dubai will also feature a brilliant and especially designed water Show that will be displayed on a 100-metre water screen. Lasers and lights will add to the excitement of the show.

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Great news, keep up the good work Matt.

Thanks Mith.

This is going to be particularly interesting when this development opens, because Dubai already has a big waterpark called Wild Wadi or something like that.

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No problem NCB.

This waterpark is suppose to rival the existing Wadi Waterpark (I think that's the name) near the Burj Al-Arab Hotel, which is the world's tallest hotel.

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No problem NCB.

This waterpark is suppose to rival the existing Wadi Waterpark (I think that's the name) near the Burj Al-Arab Hotel, which is the world's tallest hotel.

I know this is off-topic, but a friend of mine stayed in the Burj Al-Arab last year. He told me that it was one of the most spectacular views he has ever had.

Of course, he didn't bring a digital camera along with him on his trip. :lol:

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I know this is off-topic, but a friend of mine stayed in the Burj Al-Arab last year. He told me that it was one of the most spectacular views he has ever had.

Of course, he didn't bring a digital camera along with him on his trip. :lol:

Ugh, too bad. Or else maybe you could have found a way to get them posted.

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Ugh, too bad. Or else maybe you could have found a way to get them posted.

He brought an SLR, so it was film. I know there is a way to get film pictures transered digitally, but I don't know exactly how it works.

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He brought an SLR, so it was film. I know there is a way to get film pictures transered digitally, but I don't know exactly how it works.

Yeah either an expensive machine to scan the film or a scanner to scan the photos the only way that I know of.

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