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  1. Michael is offline themeparX Top Investigator
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    Legoland Dubai unveils Lost Kingdom Adventure



    With just five months to go for the official opening of Legoland Dubai in October this year, the theme park has added another proverbial brick in the wall by unveiled its latest attraction, Lost Kingdom Adventure.

    “Lost Kingdom Adventure, is yet another significant addition to the list of attractions at Legoland Dubai, which is the first of its kind in the region. We are confident that this fun-filled interactive experience will be a great hit with Dubai Parks and Resorts’ visitors, especially our younger guests as it’s packed with some of the best-known Lego characters.” said Raed Kajoor Al Nuaimi, CEO of Dubai Parks and Resorts.

    Emirates 24|7 had reported in March that even as the park is scheduled to open in October, a soft opening before that month will offer select residents and visitors access to the park’s rides and attractions as part of its pre-opening activities.

    With this latest announcement, the park takes another step closer to completion. The family carriages of the new indoor ride – located in Adventure, one of the park’s six themed lands – are equipped with high-tech laser blasters.

    Designed to represent the ruins of an ancient, fictional Egyptian temple, the ride’s storyline encourages young explorers to go on an escapade through ruins to recover a pharaoh’s stolen treasure.

    “We’re excited to unveil the Lost Kingdom Adventure,” says Siegfried Boerst, General Manager of Legoland Dubai.

    “Having a mix of indoor and outdoor elements, it is the perfect year round attraction. As we draw closer to our October opening and the finishing touches are completed, we look forward to continuing to share more details about what will be the ultimate theme park for families and children in the region,” he said.

    Legoland Dubai, together with Legoland Water Park, is part of Dubai Parks and Resorts which will also feature motiongate Dubai – a unique theme park showcasing some of Hollywood’s most beloved characters from DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Studios and Lionsgate.

    Dubai Parks and Resorts will also feature Bollywood Parks Dubai, the first ever theme park based on the sights and sounds of Bollywood. The entire destination will be connected by Riverland Dubai – a retail, dining and entertainment walkway and guests can stay at the Lapita Hotel, a Polynesian-themed resort catering to families.
    Source: http://www.emirates247.com/not-just-a-brick-in-the-wall-legoland-dubai-unveils-lost-kingdom-adventure-2016-05-03-1.629119

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    Are you ready for an adventure?


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    The castle going up in the Kingdom Zone at LEGOLAND Dubai


    Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/BDupINmltJ7/?taken-by=uaeproject

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    Updates from the installation of the Giant Red Dragon done last Feb 2016:






  6. I would highly doubt another theme park from Merlin. They don't have any other brands to roll out in way of theme parks.
    Well, AFAIK they do own everything including naming rights of the other theme parks they own. But I also doubt they'll build up a "Chessington Dubai" or "Alton Arabia".

    I would expect that once LEGOLAND is done they will go for the 3 standard mall installations of SEALIFE, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre and Madame Tussaud's like they did in Orlando. I doubt they would bother with an observation wheel due to competition from other viewing platforms.
    I would wonder a little why they made such a fuss about it at the presentation then. However, it might indeed be possible that they'll talk about a Midway Attractions spot. They could also bring the Dungeons (would they work in Arabia?) and the newly concepted "Shrek's Adventure" midway attraction to the equation.

    SEA LIFE is often included within LEGOLAND and the Discovery Centre would only make sense in terms of a different location. If the stick to the DBX property and want to expand with the help of their Midway brands, to me Madame Tussaud's, Shrek's Adventure and Dungeons would be the most likely - especially for the evening entertainment areas. We'll see.

    Greetings from Munich, where the once promised Munich Dungeon is dearly missed.

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    Not sure if this was already posted but here's the map for LEGOLAND Dubai:

    This was published on Bēhance back in March of 2015 so of course certain aspects of the park shown in the map could have changed.

    Source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/24614199/Legoland-Dubai
    Last edited by admin; 17 Mar 2016 at 02:17 AM. Reason: Images have broken links.

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    I would highly doubt another theme park from Merlin. They don't have any other brands to roll out in way of theme parks.

    I would expect that once LEGOLAND is done they will go for the 3 standard mall installations of SEALIFE, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre and Madame Tussaud's like they did in Orlando. I doubt they would bother with an observation wheel due to competition from other viewing platforms.

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    Posted yesterday in DPR

    According to the Prelims & Strategy presentation of Merlin in February, Merlin Entertainments is
    "nearly ready" to announce another Merlin acitivity in the Dubai region (besides Legoland and the Waterpark),
    that was settled within the agreement with DBX. Anyone know, what this could mean?
    I think so it may relate to the rumors about Madame Tussade opening in Blue water Island
    but it's just a speculation based on stories I've heard on the past. So, don't take my word for that.

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