BTN talks to Steven Ophof, Sales Executive at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the world’s largest indoor theme park, marks 100 days of operation today. The Park opened its doors to the public on 4 November 2010 and has since welcomed hundreds of thousands of guests.
FC Internazionale Milano have won the FIFA Club World Cup UAE 2010, maintaining Europe’s recent stranglehold on the title with a convincing 3-0 win over TP Mazembe Englebert at Abu Dhabi’s Zayed Sports City Stadium. Hosted by Abu Dhabi, the tournament brings to a close a fine year for the emirate.
The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh have begun a five day visit to the Gulf as part of a concerted attempt to boost British presence in the region. Landing in Abu Dhabi late last night, The Queen was greeted by Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed and several UAE ministers.
Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority has opened a permanent visitor information centre at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the world’s largest indoor theme-park. The Ferrari World Abu Dhabi visitor centre is ADTA’s sixth manned booth around the emirate, adding to existing centres at Maqta Bridge, Abu Dhabi International Airport, Emirates Palace, Mina Zayed Port and Al Jahili Fort in Al Ain.
Abu Dhabi has been preparing a series of mouth-watering events ahead of the nail-biting Formula 1 season finale which takes place in the emirate on November 14th. A city-wide programme of events has been organised to ensure fans of all varieties are entertained before and during the season curtain-call.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is set to take its place as the largest indoor theme park in the world later today when the attraction opens to the public. In what promises to be an exciting time for the emirate, World.Mobi has also launched its latest guide to the region, packed with up to the minute information for travellers.
Ferrari fans will have to wait just a week longer for the hugely anticipated opening of Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi. The park has postponed its soft launch till 4 November in order to mourn the death of Sheikh Saqr bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, the ruler of Abu Dhabi’s neighbouring emirate Ras Al Khaimah.
With the Commonwealth Games now over, the public gaze moves to the next sporting extravaganza on the world stage – the opening of Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. When the ribbon is cut later this month, the attraction will take its place as the largest indoor theme park in the world.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi – the largest indoor theme park on the planet – has confirmed it will open on October 27th – a day earlier than initially planned. Guests will be welcomed for the first time, as the newest attraction in the United Arab Emirates prepares for its official launch later this year.
The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in November is expected to provide an even greater tourism boost to the fast-growing emirate than the inaugural event last year, according to the latest predictions from the Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority.