One of the best theme park destinations that attract kids is Legoland. In 2016, Dubai Parks and Resorts opened one in Dubai. Families, young adults and children would often go for a ride. We, however, spent much time inside the Miniland.
1. Dubai Metro Station
Everything is made of bricks! This train station is a perfect mini-me of the one we use daily for public transport.
2. Dubai International Airport
How amazing it was to see that everything, from the runway to the airport, is made of lego bricks!
3. Grand Mosque
A replica, made of lego bricks, of the biggest and famous mosque located in Abu Dhabi is also here.
4. Kempinski Hotel
It was amazing how they did a lego version of the Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates.
5. Dubai Harbor
Among the landmarks showcased, the Dubai Harbor display became our favorite. One can see the clock tower at the right, the dubai museum at the left, and the abra boats which are popular ancient civilization’s transport means.
6. Old Town Dubai
We didn’t even have to go to Naif to visit the Dubai Museum. It is also here! We really enjoyed looking around.
7. Burj Al Arab
Of course, it would not be complete if the world’s 7-star hotel is not here.
8. Burj Khalifa
The tallest lego brick work made is the world’s tallest building.
9. Jumeirah Beach Hotel
There it is, the Jumeirah Beach Hotel. One of the most visited and leading hospitality providers in the country.
10. Buildings Along Sheikh Zayed Road
Who could possibly not know these famous icons standing along the sheikh zayed road?
Ticket price varies, depending on promotions and discounts. For a normal one-day pass, UAE residents enjoy a discounted rate of AED 210.00 while non-residents pay AED 225.00.