April 30, 2007
Universal City, CA -- Universal Parks & Resorts said it will build a 150-acre theme park in Dubai. The theme park is expected to attract about 5 million visitors a year and open in 2010.
Universal said the park will feature four themed sections, including Hollywood, Metropolis and Adventure Zone. Universal Dubai will be part of the 500-acre Dubailand development in the United Arab Emirates.
Universal Parks & Resorts presently operates theme parks in Orlando, Los Angeles and Japan. Another park is under development in Singapore under a licensing agreement with Universal.
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