Al Areen set to open Middle East's largest water park 'The Lost Paradise of Dilmun' at Al Areen
- Bahrain: Saturday, September 01 - 2007 at 14:13
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Al Areen Holding Company today announced that the formal opening ceremony of the Middle East's largest water park, the USD50 million Lost Paradise of Dilmun, will be held tomorrow, 2nd September 2007, under the patronage of His Excellency Shaikh Khaled bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Minister of the Royal Court.
The Lost Paradise of Dilmun is the second component in the unique US$ 1.3 billion plus Al Areen development. Spread over an area of 2 million square meters, Al Areen strengthens Bahrain's reputation as a leading luxurious family-oriented tourist destination.
Drawing upon Bahrain's long and distinguished past, in addition to the Lost Paradise of Dilmun and Banyan Tree Desert Spa & Resort, Al Areen is transforming its distinctive desert location into a diverse collection of distinct yet unified components include themed luxury hotels, residential and commercial villages, educational, entertainment and recreational facilities.
Other components of Al Areen Development include the US$300 million Sarab Al Areen which redefines retail, office and living space in the Arabian Gulf; Sunset Hills is a mixed-use venture featuring residential and commercial facilities such as luxury villas, town houses, terraced apartments, and apartment blocks for shops and residences, while Al Waha Resort will feature a 5-star hotel.
Taking its theme from Bahrain's rich cultural history - the Kingdom was the centre of the ancient Dilmun civilisation some 4,000 years ago - the Lost Paradise of Dilmun promises fun for the whole family. The Superbowl, Boomerango and Body Slides are some of the main exciting attractions catering to all ages. Other features include the 325-metre Paradise River and Family Raft Ride, the park's tallest ride designed for 4 people and the Middle East's largest Wave Pool.
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