Miral has confirmed that SeaWorld Abu Dhabi and the Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi are on track to be completed in 2022 and 2025, respectively.
SeaWorld Abu Dhabi, which is set to cover an area of 183,000 square metres on Yas Island, is estimated for completion in 2022. It will include the Yas SeaWorld Research and Rescue Centre, as well as the world’s largest aquarium with 25 million litres of water. During this year’s Arabian Travel Market (ATM), Miral has invested over AED 9 billion in developing attractions and experiences on Yas Island.
Miral CEO, Mohamed Abdalla Al Zaabi, said: “We are delighted to take part in Arabian Travel Market 2022, which provides us with the perfect opportunity to showcase Miral – past, present and future.”
Miral has also partnered with DCT Abu Dhabi to develop the Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi on Saadiyat Island, which is set to be completed in 2025. The Natural History Museum Abu Dhabi will span 13.8 billion years through time and space and will feature its main centrepiece, a $32m Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton.
Al Zaabi added: “Miral is looking forward to building more immersive attractions, world-class destinations, and enhanced guest experiences as we contribute to Abu Dhabi’s tourism growth and position it as a global destination for visitors from all around the world.”