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Global Village, the most-loved and darling destination for millions of people from all over the world, will open its doors for people on Tuesday (“Global Village all set to bring the world back together as Season 27 opens on Tuesday,” Oct.24, Gulf Today website).

Global Village is a destination for more than 89 countries that makes the venue a mini-world. The delightful destination, Global Village, is located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road in Dubai.

According to the report, Global Village will welcome its first guests from 18:00 on Oct.25. From Wednesday (Oct.26), the Park is open daily from Sunday to Thursday from 16:00 until midnight. On Friday, Saturday, and public holidays, opening hours are 16:00 until 1:00.

Entry gates are closed half an hour before Global Village’s closing time. Tuesdays are exclusively reserved for ladies and families except on public holidays and the season opening day.

This year, Global Village brings together 27 pavilions, over 3,500 shopping outlets and more than 250 restaurants, cafes, and street food options.

Featuring 40,000 shows, guests can experience a new lineup of some of the world’s best performers, famous characters, world-class concerts, street entertainment and the region’s only water-based stunt show.

Mohamed Sharaf, Chief Operating Officer of Dubai Holding Entertainment, said, “Global Village has been a regional and international phenomenon for close to three decades, helping cement Dubai as a global hub for entertainment and tourism. Since the end of Season 26, our teams have been using guest feedback and data to find new and unique ways to take the guest experience to the next level.”

There is no doubt that Global Village is the world’s largest tourism, leisure, shopping and entertainment project. It is the region’s first cultural, entertainment, family and shopping destination.

Global Village units allow people from all over the world, giving them a chance to get familiar with the different cultures, entertainment, and food and make their time memorable with their families.

Abdul Manan Hashmi — By email

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