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  • Dubailand?

    Currently, the largest amusement park collection in the world is the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, which is also the largest single-site employer in the United states with 58,000 employees

    Dubailand will be twice the size.


    Dubailand will be built on 3 billion square feet (107 miles^2) at an estimated $20 billion price tag. The site will include a purported 45 mega projects and 200 hundred other smaller projects.





    Currently, the Walt Disney World Resort is the #1 tourist destination in the world. Once fully completed, Dubailand will easily take over that title since it is expected to attract 200,000 visitors daily.

    Your thoughts?
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    Just one thought:


    Gumball...
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      Where is this suppose to be located?
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        Dubai, which is in the United Arab Emirates.
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        • #5
          Re: Dubailand?

          Here is a link to the official site.

          It's in the United Arab Emirates.

          Prediction: There will be sand.
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          • #6
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            Disneyland and Disneyworld will still be on top in my book.
            Har har har

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            • #7
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              That's quit a flight from the states for a theme park.
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                well, I wouldn't go alllll that way to ride some amusement rides.....but, I'm sure SOME people would



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                • #9
                  Re: Dubailand?

                  I have zero interest in going to the Middle East. Slight chance of Egypt, but the other countries? No chance.

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                  • #10
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                    This is as close to the Middle East as I get:

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                    • #11
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                      Disney as a company has characters and an unbelievably strong sense of being an American Tradition, I would be really surprised if an unknown theme park in the middle east could top it.

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                        Originally posted by aashee View Post
                        I have zero interest in going to the Middle East. Slight chance of Egypt, but the other countries? No chance.
                        Seriously.... It's hot there too. Not a fan of heat and fighting.

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                          Originally posted by knittingknerd View Post
                          Seriously.... It's hot there too. Not a fan of heat and fighting.
                          So true. I can handle the heat for a while but add fanatics and possible bombings. I kinda lose interest then.

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                            Originally posted by aashee View Post
                            So true. I can handle the heat for a while but add fanatics and possible bombings. I kinda lose interest then.
                            Plus seeing where your gas money went and all the expensive things because oil is so high priced. Not fun!

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                              Originally posted by aquata View Post
                              Disney as a company has characters and an unbelievably strong sense of being an American Tradition, I would be really surprised if an unknown theme park in the middle east could top it.
                              Here's the problem with this - American tradition. Dubialand isn't banking on American tourists. There's plenty of other richer people who live much closer who Dubai will be happy to have visit. Disney needs to watch out as it might see it's European visitors begin to disappear.

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