UAE’s annual Global Village discloses the confirmation of 27 pavilions for SEASON 27

UAE: Global Village has disclosed its first preview of new exciting experiences and venue enhancements which visitors can look forward to during the new season scheduled to open on October 25.

UAE: Global Village has disclosed its first preview of new exciting experiences and venue enhancements which visitors can look forward to during the new season scheduled to open on October 25.

On Thursday, August 4, Global Village stated that 27 pavilions had been confirmed to launch for season 27.


The entertainment destination said that this season’s new pavilions from Qatar and Oman would further add to the excitement of the unusual Global Village shopping experience.

The confirmed pavilions for this season are:

  • UAE
  • Qatar
  • KSA
  • Bahrain
  • Afghanistan
  • Kuwait
  • Africa
  • China
  • America
  • Egypt
  • Europe
  • India
  • Oman
  • Iran
  • Japan
  • South Korea
  • Morocco
  • Lebanon
  • Pakistan
  • Syria
  • Palestine
  • Thailand
  • Yemen
  • Turkey
  • Russia

The Al Sana’s and Khalifa Foundation pavilions will also be there, with local entrepreneurs taking advantage of the Global Village platform to expand their businesses, enabling visitors to be among the first to find the latest products.

A unique venture in Season 27 will be the concept of Road of Asia. It is a new pedestrian street featuring 43 kiosks from around 13 Asian nations that are not represented via the 27 pavilions.

Each dynamic outlet will feature 100% original products from Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Malaysia, Laos, Brunei, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Nepal, Bhutan, Philippines and Myanmar.

Furthermore, Road of Asia will also showcase various diverse cultures and traditions from the most populous continents in the world, which are home to many of the world’s traditional civilizations.


The chief operating officer of Dubai Holding Entertainment, Mohamed Sharaf, stated that last season witnessed record footfall, and the entire team is working hard to build on the accomplishments of Season 26 to assure the success of the coming season.

He further added that planning and construction are on track for the opening on October 25, and the team is looking forward to an unmissable line-up of several new attractions, dining, shopping and entertainment experiences.


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