The world’s largest snow park is coming to Abu Dhabi later this year

Construction is well underway at its location inside the USD1.2billon Reem Mall project, on Reem Island which is set to open around the same time.

S’now joke

The attraction will span across a huge 125,000 sq ft area, divided into distinct whimsical zones.

We can look forward to themed-character and 13 thrilling rides and attractions co-conceived by Al Farwaniya Property Developers, Majid Al Futtaim Ventures and Thinkwell.

It doesn’t matter if the weather outside is frightful. The park will be kept at a rosy-nosed -2ºC, with a 500mm covering of snow (more than enough for beefy snowball building) offering a year-round chill spot in this, our beloved land of the eternal sun.

Sleighing it

Let out your inner Elsa with rides and attractions inside the park that include:

Snowflake Garden

Here young and old can frolic in the snow. Do you wanna build a snowman? Well you can here, you can also enjoy ice labyrinths, snowball fights and other snow-based games. Ok bye.

Crystal Carousel

An ornate carved twinkling carousel featuring the animals of the Enchanted Forest.

Flurries’ Mountain

Make the ascent up this indoor chocolate box peak for an up-close look at the park’s glittering central feature…

The Enchanted Tree

This towering chunk of enchanted timber will house and stage some exciting TBC activities.

Blizzard’s Bazaar

The retail outlet offering cold-weather clothing, hats, postcards, and other souvenirs of the park’s Enchanted Forest.

Other stuff we spotted in the renders but has not yet been confirmed

From one of the images it looks like there may also be virtual aurora borealis displays, but we can neither confirm nor deny this at the moment. Also on the ‘probably pile’ sits, tobogganing, rubber-ring luging and ice skating.

Commenting on the imminent arrival, Shane Eldstrom, CEO of Al Farwaniya Property Developers said  “With an incredible story and stunning visual attractions, Snow Abu Dhabi will deliver truly enchanting experiences for the whole family,”

“The activities and environments will work together, allowing guests to make new discoveries and experience shared memories, while creating a destination to which they wish to return again and again.”

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