Global Village extends closing date of the current season


March 13, 2019 | By RetailME Bureau

Global Village, one of the most popular multi-cultural festival parks in the region and a family destination for culture, shopping and entertainment, has extended the closing date of its on-going session until April 13, 2019. Global Village opened for its 23rd season on October 30, 2018 and was supposed to close on April 6, 2019.

First appeared on: https://www.khaleejtimes.com/news/general/global-village-dubai-will-extend-current-season

This season, there are 27 new pavilions in Global Village, representing 78 countries. This year’s pavilions include the UAE, Saudi Arabia, India, Jordan, Pakistan, Europe, Americas, Bosnia & Balkans, Thailand, Bahrain, Lebanon, Palestine, Afghanistan, Syria, Russia, Japan, Far East, China, Africa, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Iran, Yemen, Kuwait and also an AlSanaa pavilion operated by the Ministry of Human Development along with Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation pavilion.

There are more than 150 food and beverage outlets. Flavours from all corners of the globe can be sampled with 23 restaurants and cafés. Guests can also sample the world’s best street food with kiosks that offer a wide range of authentic snacks, sweets and beverages, many of which are available only at Global Village. One of biggest surprises for visitors this season is the floating market on the lake, bringing popular cuisines from more than 38 outlets on boats, bank-side kiosks and Tuk-Tuks, which are decorated to reflect their country of origin.

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