Dubai Launches World’s Largest Floating Water

World's largest floating water park launched in Dubai.

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Dubai is not just one of the fastest growing cities in the world, but a city of superlatives too. On its way to the journey to achieve the most number of Guinness World Records on earth, Dubai launched the first floating water park early this month. The floating beach water park is situated 150 metres off the shores of Jumeirah Beach Residence, one of the prime locations of Downtown Dubai. It is shaped in the new official logo of the city of Dubai. The 55-metre long floating water park features an inflated playground that offers a variety of water activities such as slides, trampolines, jumping cushions, and climbing walls for both children and adults. It stands at 29,000 square feet and has the capacity to hold up to 500 people. The water park, run by Arabian Water Parks, has been designed and built in accordance to highest of safety and quality standards monitored by 13 professional safety guards.

The park’s fun-filled adventures include an action tower, double rocker, balance beam, deck, roller pond, bouncer, bridge, cliff, flipper, slide, swing, and trampoline, among others. It is bouncy, and the probability of falling into the water just adds to the excitement.

Dubai, located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf, is the most populous city in the UAE. It is home to the tallest tower in the world, the Burj Khalifa, and world’s first 3D printed office building as well as floating sea homes.