Families head to Modhesh World to savour fun experiences
DUBAI- Many families have been heading to Modhesh World, the region’s most popular indoor edutainment destination to while away their time usefully, with children getting the opportunity to savour numerous fun experiences that combine entertainment with education.
Since Modhesh World opened its doors on 12 June at the Dubai World Trade Centre, parents with children in tow have been making a bee-line to the large family themed facility that is offering a wide array of attractions including games, rides, shows, adventure-oriented activities, and much more.
Kids stepping into Modhesh World, the home of their favourite friend, the cuddly mascot Modhesh, will instantly feel welcome, excited and energised at the wide array of events and activities on offer that will keep them engaged in useful activities and entertained all summer long until 8 September, all in a child-safe and temperature-controlled environment.
Families are also finding out that the best part of their visit to Modhesh World are the free and special offers that await children, starting from the time parents purchase the entry tickets for their kids, which is priced at AED 15 per child. Ticket for adults are priced at AED 10 per person.
With the aim of encouraging more children to enter Modhesh World and as a value-for-money deal for parents, the organisers are offering every child visiting Modhesh World during the month of Ramadan a games swipe card pre-loaded to the value of AED 10.
Children also have the opportunity to enjoy several activities for free including the Little Stars Interactive Zone, an exciting new activity that is sponsored by Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA).
The Little Stars Interactive Zone, located in Hall 8 of Dubai World Trade Centre, entertains children through a variety of activities including sports, creative workshops, learning of foreign languages and birthday parties that are carried out under the guidance of professional and trained staff in a safe environment. Adding to the excitement at the Little Stars Interactive Zone is the presence of DEWA characters, Noor and Hyatt, who welcome everyone with balloons or a small gift.
Another zone where children can engage themselves in activities for free is the Sand Park, where kids will get the feeling of playing on a beach, and also enjoy the giant sliding tubes and swings. At the Teen Lounge, children can enjoy some of the activities for free including video games. Across the sprawling Modhesh World roaming artistes can be seen entertaining children and the organisers are promising more free entertainment for children during the forthcoming “Eid in Dubai- Eid Al Fitr” celebrations.
Modhesh World is one of the offerings from Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), an agency of the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM), and is part of DFRE’s line-up of festivals, celebrations and mega events aimed at further enhancing Dubai’s position as a year-round family tourism destination. The opening hours of Modhesh World during Ramadan are 12noon to midnight on all days except Fridays, when it will be from 5pm to midnight.