Yas Waterworld is located on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi.
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Abu Dhabi’s Yas Waterworld will be undergoing a massive expansion with more rides and attractions, according to developer Miral.
The expansion work is expected to be completed in 2025 and will see the addition of 18 new rides and attractions, taking the total to more than 60 rides and experiences.
“This expansion marks another addition to our world-class attractions and experiences on Yas Island, and a testament to achieving our vision of positioning it as a top global destination for entertainment and leisure,” said Mohamed Abdalla Al Zaabi, Group CEO at Miral.
Once open, water park will include the UAE’s highest slide, as well as the GCC’s first amusement ride in a water park that is integrated within a waterslide complex.
Features of the new expansion includes a swim up bar, a high-thrill boat ride, racing and tube slides, family raft rides, and a duelling master blaster.
The expansion caters for mini thrill seekers as well by providing smaller-scaled versions of Yas Waterworld’s most iconic rides.
Yas Waterworld is part of the wider offering of Yas Island that includes other attractions such as Ferrari World Yas Island, Warner Bros. World, CLYMB Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Watan at Yas Bay Waterfront which is home to the UAE’s largest indoor multi-purpose venue Etihad Arena, the world’s first-ever Warner Bros. themed hotel, and the newly opened SeaWorld Yas Island. ICA/Expat Media
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