Dubai: Global Village 2022 set to lit up with fireworks this week

Dubai has been set with open arms and is welcoming the new season of Global Village 2022; with Global Village opening this week, Dubai has been lit up with fireworks on a regular basis.

Dubai has been set with open arms and is welcoming the new season of Global Village 2022; with Global Village opening this week, Dubai has been lit up with fireworks on a regular basis.

But on Friday evening, the exhibition looks poised to outdo itself, with a musical firework display set to dazzle the whole family.

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It comes after a spectacular Dubai Festival City Mall display last Sunday, celebrating Diwali.

There are 27 pavilions to visit at Global Village Dubai, representing 78 nations worldwide.

The pavilions this season are UAE, KSA, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Africa, Americas, China, Egypt, Europe, India, Iran, Oman, Japan, South Korea, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, Palestine, Syria, Thailand, Turkey, Yemen and Russia.

Food will be a massive focus this year, with the addition of more than 100 new restaurants, cafés, kiosks and street food options.

Season 27 will include over 50 new dining concepts and more than 60 new partner restaurants, cafés and street food options.

Global Village will open its doors at 6 pm on October 25 – two hours later than its usual 4 pm opening time. It will close at midnight.

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Tuesdays are usually reserved exclusively for families and children, but everyone will be welcome on October 25.

From Wednesday, October 26, the usual opening hours of 4 pm to midnight, Sunday to Wednesday, will resume.

Global Village will open from 4 pm to 1 am Thursday through to Saturday.

Global Village will be bringing a unique fleet of some of the world’s most recognisable and iconic cars to the streets of Dubai.

The “wonder rides” feature New York, Cuba, Japan, Thailand, Mexico, and Lebanon taxis.

All the familiar attractions will be back, from the 27 international pavilions and theme park rides to 

cultural shows and street food stands.

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