UAE national wins Mauritius holiday
Dubai, July 23, 2009
Awad Mohammed Al Kabbi, a UAE national, won the grand prize of a dream holiday for two to Mauritius, as the 1,111,111th paid visitor to Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, the popular leisure attraction at the Dubai Mall.
The prize includes Emirates Airline return tickets and a four night stay at the exquisite One&Only Le Saint Géran in Mauritius.
Damien Prendergast, general manager of Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo, presented the prize to Awad Mohammed Al Kabbi. He also gave away other prizes including a dinner for two at Fazaris restaurant at The Address Downtown Burj Dubai; sporting goods vouchers from Stadium Store worth Dh3,000; and Sharaf DG vouchers worth Dh5,000.
The special campaign to celebrate the 1,111,111th paid visitor to Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo was organised in association with Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority; One&Only Le Saint Géran, Mauritius; Emirates Airline; Virgin 104.4; Stadium; Sharaf DG and The Address Hotels + Resorts.
“We recently crossed our 1,000,000th visitor within seven months of operation, which was a milestone in itself,” said Arif Amiri, chief executive officer, Emaar Retail.
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo complements other leisure attractions such as the Olympic-sized Dubai Ice Rink and The Waterfall, which traverses all four levels of the mall.
The Dubai Mall will soon open a dedicated Entertainment Precinct featuring SEGA Republic, the largest of its kind indoor family theme park; KidZania, an award winning children’s ‘edu-tainment’ concept; and Reel Cinemas, a 22-screen megaplex.-TradeArabia News Service
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