Two minutes away from Dubai World Trade Centre Metro Station, numerous cabs around the corner, a humongous free parking area, dozens of cafeterias from the most affordable to high-end restaurants, seems all too good to be true but it is the reality, and a key reason why Modhesh World, the region’s most popular edutainment destination, attracts families and their children for endless fun and enjoyment in an extremely convenient environment.
Rachel Borromeo Mojica, Finance Director at a top Logistics Company in Dubai, said, “Accessibility and convenience is one of the primary reasons why they keep coming back to Modhesh World:“Aside from several family-friendly attractions such as X-Rider, Ghost Train and Angry Birds, my family and I love to come back to Modhesh World because of the generous free parking that the Dubai Government provides for visitors. Sometimes we also don’t mind the paid parking as it is only Dhs5 for two hours.”
Joel Mojica, Rachel’s husband, added, “We only have one car and sometimes my wife drives it to her office. On Thursday, it’s usually half-day at office but my wife has to work longer. So my son persuades me to go right after work to Modhesh World as Thursdays could be very busy. In this case we will take the Metro to the Dubai World Trade Centre, and from there it’s just a couple of minutes to Modhesh World – my wife will follow us later and we will get to spend quality time as a family.”
Kent Mojica, their 11 year old son added that he doesn’t just enjoy the games and attractions at Modhesh World, but also has chance to socialize with other kids: “It is very easy to have a friend at Modhesh World, there are also so many things to do aside from rides such as throw a ball, or pick the right bag and you’ll get an instant stuff toy”. He also said that he loves the food inside Modhesh World: “There is a delicious pancake shop, pizza and spring potato stand which are all my favorite fast food.”
Modhesh World is celebrating its 15th edition this year by hosting a wide array of events and experiences in Halls 3-8 at Dubai World Trade Centre. The region’s popular family edutainment destination will be open until 8 September from 10am to 10pm, Saturday to Wednesday; 10am to midnight on Thursday; 3pm to midnight on Friday.
For more info please contact:
Dubai Festivals and Retail Est.
An Agency of Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing – Government of Dubai
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