Abu Dhabi announces plans of cartoon character theme park

Warner Bros. is putting in place a $1 billion theme park to open in Abu Dhabi. The plans were introduced within the UAE. The park may have popular superheroes and caricature characters from insects Bunny, Scooby-doo, Batman, and Superman.

The primary section is scheduled to open in 2018. It could include a Warner Bros. branded hotel on Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island, which is presently domestic to components 1 racetrack, Ferrari international entertainment park, and watermark. The challenge’s developer is Abu Dhabi’s Miral Asset control Best News Mag.

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“As a primary of its type, the Warner Bros. global Abu Dhabi theme park and the branded inn is a milestone inside the emirate’s adventure to position Abu Dhabi on the global map and grow to be one of the world’s main traveler locations,” says His Excellency Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, Chairman, Miral.

The assignment was introduced collectively by Warner Bros. and Miral. The UAE, already a first-rate traveler destination, is looking to force up its tourism revenue with different eye-popping initiatives. Dubai has plans for a $3 billion subject matter park with 6 Flags, a Bollywood-themed entertainment region, and Legoland. “The Warner Bros. themed destination will be a main step in keeping Yas Island’s momentum and is predicted to create greater than one thousand jobs for the Emirate,” says Mohamed Abdullah Al Zaabi, CEO of Miral.

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