Indoor Playground and Fun To Escape The Sun In Dubai
Summer is Dubai
The outdoor activity we had in Al Khazan Park with my kids a week ago was probably the longest and the last for this season. Mercury starts rising and doing outdoors on weekends with this extreme weather is not at all a good idea.
The highest recorded temperature in Dubai is 52.1 °C (126 °F) in July 2002, according to wikipedia.org. And happening again is not far from possible.
But that doesn’t mean to just spend your time with family and kids inside the four corners of your home, because Dubai has more than enough to offer.
Gigantic malls are everywhere and are very much accessible which is one great way to escape the excruciating Middle Eastern summer heat.
We were fortunate enough to have been invited by Fun City to their Family Themed Mornings. One of the fruits perhaps, of being a frequenter. 🙂
So last weekend, we had a good start with our summer in this indoor playground. Woke up early on a Saturday morning to ready the kids, and head to Oasis Centre. Dashing (within the allowed speed of course) the usually busy Sheikh Zayed Road in the morning during weekends is way possible. The road was clear like the Yas Island Marina Circuit, off F1 season.
But seriously, it’s not that hard to admit that not only the kids can have fun but also we, parents. Fun City has always been cool for the young and the parents alike, same thing to get from all other indoor playgrounds in the UAE.
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After all those crazy fun rides and the much needed energy burning activities, everyone must have that immediate refilling, which must be the healthy one. Like the nearby Balance Café. Great ambiance, soothing environment and great food. Together with other invited fellow bloggers, the fun ended with a hearty brunch.
New in Dubai or haven’t visited the place yet? No worries, Fun City and Balance Café are just right there waiting. But just some tips here. To get that utopian fun with the whole family, better do it in the morning especially on weekends when kids are in their highest energy level.
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