31 Mar Global Village: Dubai World Village
Dubai is a city that attracts millions of tourists every year. Here, gorgeous beaches on the Persian Gulf, super-tall skyscrapers with observation platforms and amusement parks with unique attractions. The greatest demand for trips to Dubai is from October to April. Indeed, at this time, you can not only get a beautiful tan and plenty of fun in the sea, but also visit the Global Village – the world trade fair.
Large-scale fair with a special touch
Global Village in Dubai is a large-scale international fair that has been held annually in the UAE since 1996. On an area of 1.5 million square meters. There are many pavilions representing different countries. Each of them is decorated in the traditional style of a state. In the shops you can purchase the appropriate products. For example, Turkish sweets, German beer, spices from India, Italian wine and much more. In total for visitors – goods from more than 70 countries of the world.
However, the global village in Dubai is not only shopping. In addition to outlets, there are numerous restaurants and food courts on its territory, there are spectacular shows, performances and even fashion shows. And in the evenings, visitors will find a laser-light show and bright fireworks.
A variety of attractions are open for young guests of the fair: children will have fun on trampolines, take photos with their favorite cartoon characters, ride a roller coaster and a ferris wheel.
Features of the fair
In 2020, the Global Village Fair runs through April 4 in Dubailand. You can enter the complex through two main entrances – Cultural Gate and Gate of the World. You must first buy a ticket worth 15 AED (4 USD). For this, it is most convenient to use a mobile application by pre-downloading it to a smartphone. You can also purchase a ticket at the box office at the gate.
The fair is open daily. However, on Mondays, entry is open only to women and families. For the convenience of visitors, navigation plates and maps are installed to help find the desired object.