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Abu Dhabi, UAEFriday 21 September 2018

New Dubai summer camp offers something different everyday

An edutainment camp by Emaar Entertainment offers a glimpse into the best that Dubai has to offer children

The summer camp runs from Sunday to Thursday until August 31. Courtesy Emaar Entertainment
The summer camp runs from Sunday to Thursday until August 31. Courtesy Emaar Entertainment

From the depths of Dubai Aquarium to the heights of Burj Khalifa, a new weekly summer camp introduced by Emaar Entertainment has children doing something different every day of the week.

The five-day camp is made up of visits to the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, Dubai Ice Rink, KidZania, Reel Cinemas and Burj Khalifa. These won't be your usual visits, though. The visit to Dubai Ice Rink, for instance, will take the children behind the scenes where they will find out how the arena stays cold despite the desert heat outside. Monday's outing to KidZania will give children a helping of culture, when they visit Heritage Village to learn more about the UAE's traditions. At Dubai Aquarium, the focus will be on endangered species and learning about the conservation programme run by the centre. On Wednesday, the group will do a filmmaking workshop at KidZania, followed by a trip to the cinema. The week ends with a trip to the Burj Khalifa to see the view and learn fun facts about the world's tallest tower.

The camps run from Sunday to Thursday until August 31, 2017, and cost Dh750 per child, per week. For more information, visit www.emaarsummercamp.com.

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