x Abu Dhabi, UAEWednesday 13 December 2017

Inflatable playground Hawa Hawa comes to Dubai 

Spread over 1,800 square metres, the imaginative playground was created to help promote a healthy lifestyle through cardiovascular activity

Inflatable playground Hawa Hawa has come to Dubai. Courtesy Hawa Hawa
Inflatable playground Hawa Hawa has come to Dubai. Courtesy Hawa Hawa

A new inflatable playground has emerged at La Mer in Dubai. The dune-shaped concept, which originates from Japan, is ideal for children, teenagers and adults who can’t sit still.

The free-jumping playground consists of two dunes and seven peaks, and is great for visitors of all ages who want to engage in a low-impact, high-intensity activity.

Spread over 1,800 square metres, the imaginative playground was created to help promote a healthy lifestyle through cardiovascular activity.

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The dunes have been manufactured and tested in Japan, and come in two sizes so various age groups can play alongside one another.

The small dune is specifically for children below the age of 6, to work on their balance, build confidence and play in a safe and controlled environment, while the separate large dune is intended for visitors who are 7 and above, to run, jump, climb, tag, roll and slide around.

Hawa Hawa is also designed to complement the leisure and entertainment offered at La Mer, and is located just a few metres from the shops, cafes, restaurants, and other amenities.

A 15-minute session costs Dh25, plus Dh5 for the socks. The park is open from 10am to 10pm on weekdays and 10am to midnight on weekends with children who are 12 and under requiring adult supervision. For more, visit www.lamerdubai.ae/play/hawa-hawa

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