Guest Blogger, William King from Bayut.com in Dubai shares his top three fun things to do in Dubai with kids.
By William King
Dubai is frequently visited by families from around the world. To make sure your kids get their full share of enjoyment from this city of architectural and entertainment wonder, here are the top three places for kids to visit in Dubai.
Things to do in Dubai with kids
Dubailand is the world’s largest entertainment complex and once completed, it is to become the state’s new icon. The largest theme park in the world has dozens of separate complexes and sub complexes, called zones which feature oodles of attractions for both kids and grownups alike. Dubailand literally stuns its visitors with its size and number of attractions. The compound also features residential units and villas. The families residing in any of the apartments in Dubailand enjoy easy access to various shopping, dining, and family entertainment facilities
Wild Wadi Park
The warm and sunny days of Dubai go best with water related activities. The public beaches in Dubai may not excite your kids much but a water themed park certainly will. The Wild Wadi Park is a popular choice in this regard as it features water rides, slides and surfing area and is fun for the whole family. The park faces Burj Arab and has 30 different rides that explain the story of Juha. No matter how cold or hot it is in Dubai, this temperature controlled water park makes sure that you and your kids have loads of fun. Some of the popular rides here include Thunder rapid, Wadi Twister, Tunnel of Doom, and Falcon Fury.
For an exciting learning experience for kids, there is no better place in Dubai than Children’s City. This complex has facilities and activities meant for kids between the age of 2 and 15. Considering the learning opportunity offered here, different schools arrange group tours to Children’s City. The learning programes and set up here includes interactive true to life models and facilities from applied sciences, human body, nature, and space. The complex also holds workshops and offer educational information through theater, cultural events, and related entertainment programs. Despite the special interests your kid possesses, the Children’s City is made to keep them involved and at the same time help them learn.
Have you been to Dubai? What are some of you favorite things to do in Dubai with kids?