Synopsis: Next generation underwater world is soon going to be created in Abu Dhabi by Miral who is known as Abu Dhabi’s one leading creator. In partnership with SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment recently announced that they have constructed 90% of the part.
Next generation underwater world is soon going to be created in Abu Dhabi by Miral who is known as Abu Dhabi’s one leading creator. In partnership with SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment recently announced that they have constructed 90% of the part.
The best thing about this underworld world is that it is built on the next-generation marine-life theme park, Yas Island’s latest mega-development, Sea World Abu Dhabi. The development will contain the first dedicated marine research, rescue, rehabilitation, and return center in the UAE when it opens in 2023 as the newest addition to Yas Island’s tourism offerings. There are many places in Abu Dhabi including different theme parks.
The research and rescue facility will debut this year and be situated near the marine-life tourist park. It will provide a cutting-edge information center with an emphasis on native Arabian Gulf and marine life habitats, supporting local, regional, and international conservation initiatives.
The center will be run by top-notch marine scientists, vets, animal care experts, rescue specialists, and educators who will work with other professionals, academic institutions, environmental groups, and government agencies to influence long-term conservation efforts in the area. The rescue crew will also be accessible around-the-clock to assist the authorities.
The marine-life theme park, which is being built on five indoor floors and has a total area of around 183,000 square meters, is nearly finished with the interior themed guest areas, habitats, attractions, and immersive experiences. Parallel to Dubai, Abu Dhabi is also being developed to boost tourism.
The purpose-built habitats and ecosystems for the animals that will call SeaWorld Abu Dhabi home have been designed and built using the latest technologies, with the aim of providing the residents with a dynamic environment that replicates their natural habitat. SeaWorld has operated world-class marine-life theme parks for over 55 years.