Alif and Terra will be open daily from 10:00-18:00, while Garden in the Sky will open from 15:00-18:00, extending to 10:00-18:00 from 16th September onwards.
On the anniversary of Expo 2020 Dubai, around 50 Expo City Dubai staff and their families opened the Sustainability Entry Portal at 9am, welcoming the public and heralding the advent of a new era.
The new journeys build on Expo 2020 Dubai’s aim to engage, educate and inspire future generations and continue the success of the Expo School Programme, which welcomed more than one million students to Expo 2020 Dubai.
A city in which the magic of Expo will live on: Al Wasl will continue to shine, the waterfall will continue to delight, and the UAE, Alif and Terra pavilions will continue to fascinate visitors of all ages.
The event represents a significant moment for the country’s youth to come together and join the wider community towards raising awareness and mobilising an all-of-society effort towards COP28.
A teaser campaign launched online on Tuesday, and full details of the developments will be revealed with the opening of the sales centre, located in the Sustainability District, on 15 March.
Marking the start of celebrations for Chinese New Year 2023, the "Happy Chinese New Year" Grand Parade at 16:00 on 14 January promises to be the biggest Grand Parade outside of China.
The festivities – an experiential interpretation of hai, an Arabic word with a dual meaning of ‘neighbourhood’ and ‘welcome’ – will run for more than 50 days, beginning on 3 March, the weekend prior to the UAE’s traditional celebration of Haq Al Laila, in preparation for the start of Ramadan two weeks later.
DP World has announced plans to relocate its global head office to Expo City Dubai, marking the latest milestone in the company's 50-year journey, as it continues to expand its global supply chain solutions.