The world’s largest marine theme park, SeaWorld, in the UAE’s Abu Dhabi will open its doors to visitors shortly. The park offers a colourful kaleidoscope of marine life and opens a new chapter in understanding oceans and seas.
Close to 93% of work had been completed, said Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, chairman of developer Miral. Plans are afoot to complete the remaining work as soon as possible and open the breathtaking facility to the public.
The SeaWorld, built at the Yas Island, that can hold 5.8 crore litres of water will be home to more than 68,000 marine animals including sharks, fish, sea turtles and reptiles belonging to around 150 species. The facility will be spread across 1.83lakh sqm on five floors and showcases the perfect chemistry between land and the oceans. It also opens new vistas for the new generation to unravel the secrets of marine life.
The theme park has created a natural marine environment with huge chambers, rock formations, coral reefs and small caves. The facility will also have a Marine Life Park and leisure centers to entertain the visitors. The highlight of the park is the 20m tall ‘Endless Vista’ that that gives an opportunity for the visitors to have a breathtaking view of the aquatic magic spread across various levels.