Dubai: Global Village to remain open till May 7

The authorities have announced that the "Global Village" will remain open till the month of May, till its seventh day for its season 26.

Abu Dhabi, UAE: The authorities have announced that the “Global Village” will remain open till the month of May, till its seventh day for its season 26. The decision has been taken so that the visitors can enjoy Ramadan traditions, who arrived from different nations to witness the rich culture. 

The CEO at the Global Village – Bader Anwahi asserted, “Ramadan is a time for reflection and an occasion to reconnect with loved ones, and there is no better place than Global Village to experience these authentic moments.”

Following the above statement, he then added, “We are pleased that we have been able to prolong the season to enjoy the entire holy month with our guests and partners. This year is also the first time in our history that we will be able to celebrate Eid Al Fitr together, which will be a very special moment for us”.  

The lavishing pavilions at the Global village for Iftar offers a comprehensive range of food entities, like – dates, honey and spices at the pavilions of Saudi Arabia and Yemen, dry fruit at Afghanistan’s pavilion and sweets at Turkey and Syria pavilions.

One can purchase exceptional kitchen supplies and utensils from the pavilions of – Morocco, Turkey and Egypt. 

The historic “Global Village” is situated at the Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road E 311 road (United Arab Emirates) Dubai, combining and depicting the rich culture of at least 90 countries at one location. 

The global village has been a great site of attraction for the tourists coming to the Middle East country all across the world. It declares to be the world’s largest tourism, leisure, shopping and entertainment project. It is the first cultural, entertainment, family and shopping destination of the Middle East region. 

As per data, each year, it has more than 5 million visitors over an area of 17,200,000 sq ft (1,600,000 m2). 



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