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Modhesh World Supported By Private Sector

Dubai Shopping Festival Office announced an expanded and improved Modhesh world thanks to the continued support of many of the biggest names in the private sector.   Modhesh World occupies 37,000 square feet and is the largest indoor theme park in the Middle East.  The bigger and better Modhesh World features education activities and exciting new rides sure to provide families and children a fun learning experience this summer.

Companies that have partnered to make Modhesh World a premier destination for families during Dubai Summer Surprises include: Emirates Airline, Magic Planet – Majid Al Futtaim Group, UAE Exchange, Dubai World Trade Center, HP Leisure, Osus (Stargate), Coca Cola Middle East – Fanta, and Union Co-Op.
 

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