This theme park in Dubai should surely be a part of your bucket list

Navya Beri
Last Updated: Aug 09 2018 18:31

IMG Worlds of Adventure - A theme park that has made its way to Google's list of best holiday destinations in the world is the magnificent architecture that makes this Theme Park a must visit for all the ones who love travelling and exploring.  IMG Worlds was the most popular search topic on Google as on 8th of August 2018.

Opened in 2016, IMG Worlds of Adventure, Dubai is a $1 billion indoor amusement park and is set within a temperature-controlled building in Dubai.

It approximately covers an area equivalent to 28 football fields.
A first-of-its-kind 3D ride, it features18 IMAX projectors.

What makes this theme park different?

It is split into 4 themed zones:-

1.) Marvel
2.) Cartoon Network
3.) Lost Valley Dinosaur Adventure
4.) IMG Boulevard

So if you are a Marvel fan or you love Cartoon Network or you a Jurrasic park fan, do not worry, there is a room for everyone here.

Appropriate use of technology:-

IMG Worlds of Adventure uses heat-mapping technology to monitor where people are gathering and, via the theme park app, directs people to rides with shorter queues. 
 
Age Limit:- 

Visitors must be aged 15 and over.

Highlights of the Theme Park:-

The Marvel zone is the star attraction, with rides featuring iconic characters such as Thor and Captain America, and Tony’s Skydeck, a fine-dining seafood and steak restaurant based on Iron Man’s alter ego Tony Stark. 

Highlights of the zone include Hulk Epsilon, a 100-seater ride that takes you on a spin with the angry green man in a 3D environment, and Spider-Man Doc Ock’s Revenge, a fantastic 400-metre spinning rollercoaster that drives visitors through a New York skyline with Marvel’s famous web-slinger.

The Cartoon Network zone has family-friendly attractions based around popular characters including LazyTown, The Powerpuff Girls and The Amazing World of Gumball. It also contains the world’s first Ben 10 5D cinema.

IMG Boulevard is largely a dining and retail area with the genuinely terrifying Haunted Hotel. The walk-through attraction is a maze of corridors and creepy characters. A blood-drenched butcher surrounded by hanging corpses is especially gruesome, hence the age restriction.

Lennard Otto, chief executive of IMG Worlds of Adventure, says the park has invested heavily in its food and beverage offering. “We wanted to kill the typical notion of overpriced, bad food that is, unfortunately, the norm in theme parks around the world. So we’ve created 28 unique concepts, including some linked to the characters, offering more than 13 different types of cuisine,” he says.

“We will use a heat mapping system within the park to monitor where people are and then send entertainment teams out to move people around if we feel they’re congregating too much in one location,” says Otto. 

So the next time you book your flights to Dubai, don't forget to explore this family funhouse.