Dubailand Area Guide

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Dubailand is a vast residential complex as well as a tourist attraction. Dubailand covers 3 million square feet and is separated into districts such as Al Habtoor Polo Resort & Club, Dubailand Oasis, Layan, Majan, FalconCity of Wonders, Living Legends, Villanova, Rukan, Tiger Woods, and Al Waha, to name a few. Many more multi-billion-dollar projects, such as DAMAC Hills, are now under construction at Dubailand.

Tatweer initiated the Dubailand project, which was ultimately taken up by Dubai Properties Group. Since then, it has been separated into different projects, some of which are not even considered part of Dubailand and so have become well-known by their names. Dubai Sports City, Dubai Motor City, Mudon, and Arabian Ranches are just a handful of the projects that were planned to be part of the original concept. This is a freehold neighborhood.

It is not incorrect to state that Dubailand is a city within Dubai, with a themed adventure park, polo club, hotels, and a variety of lodging options.

Highway Access:

This area is immediately off Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road (E311). This location is near to Al Barari and Meydan City.

Landmarks in the Area:
  • The Mall of the Emirates is about a 29-minute drive away.
  • The Burj Al Arab is only a 29-minute drive away.
  • The Walk JBR is 33 minutes away by car.
  • Al Maktoum International Airport is 35 minutes away by car.
  • Dubai International Airport is 36 minutes away by car.
  • Palm Jumeirah is a 30-minute drive away.
  • Meraas is 32 minutes away from La Mer.
  • Ibn Battuta Mall is 32 minutes away by car.
  • Dubai Mall is a 24-minute drive away.


Dubailand Schools:

The Villa community has a Kids Zone Nursery, while Skycourts Tower C has a Chubby Cheeks Nursery. The Step by Step Nursery is available to inhabitants of Al Waha and Layan. Residents would have to hunt for nurseries in the adjacent Dubai Silicon Oasis development for more possibilities.

The Aquila School, located near the SkyCourts Towers, is one of the newest schools. Fairgreen International School is also in the Layan neighborhood and is near to individuals who live in the Al Waha region. GEMS Heritage School and Gems FirstPoint School are two additional well-known schools in the neighborhood. Many world-renowned schools and institutions, including Zayed University, Emirates Aviation University, Herriot Watt University, and many more, have campuses here. These institutes are located directly across the street from Skycourts Towers and the Winsdor Residences.

Dubailand Clinics and Hospitals:

Ace Medical Centre is located in Skycourt Tower D. The Dr. Kamkar Medical & Physiotherapy Center is available to Majan locals. Aster Clinic and Sulaiman Faqeeh Hospital are also nearby, as are the Symbiosis Medical Center and the Medicure Polyclinic.

Advantages of living in Dubailand:

One of the numerous benefits of living in Dubailand is access to the city’s greatest entertainment district.  It is a reasonably priced community.

The disadvantages of living in Dubai are as follows:

  • This community is still being built.
  • Those who rely on public transit will find it difficult to relocate to Dubailand.


Dubailand communities include:

Skycourts Towers, Falcon City of Wonders, Living Legends, Al Waha, Al Habtoor Polo Resort & Club, Layan Community, Majan Community, Winsdor Residence, Villanova, Dubailand Oasis, Rukan, Fiora at Golf Verde, and The Tiger Woods Dubai are among the residential communities in Dubailand.

The Falcon City of Wonders includes life-size replicas of the Pyramids, the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, the Eiffel Tower, the Taj Mahal, and the Tower of Pisa.

Recreational Activities:

Visitors to Dubailand may enjoy visiting a variety of locations, including:

1. Miracle Garden in Dubai:

This garden covers an area of 72,000 square meters. Miracle Garden is the world’s biggest natural flower garden, with over 150 million blooms and over 120 distinct types.

Miracle Garden

2. Global Village:

It is a multicultural theme park. Global Village Dubai has 25 pavilions representing 78 countries from around the world, as well as a plethora of cultural acts, carnival rides, street food kiosks, the region’s first oddity museum, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, and much more.

Global Village

3. IMG Adventure Worlds:

IMG World of Adventure is Dubai’s first mega-themed entertainment destination, offering tourists from all over the world the thrill of four huge adventure zones in one location. Two of the four zones include recognized worldwide companies Cartoon Network and MARVEL, while IMG Boulevard and the Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure zones are IMG Group unique creations.

IMG Adventure Worlds

4. Dubai Butterfly Garden

It is next to the current Dubai Miracle Garden. This is the “World’s Largest Covered Butterfly Garden,” according to the website. The garden, which covers more than 6,673 square meters, is home to 15,000 butterflies.

Dubai Butterfly Garden

5. Dubai Autodrome:

The Dubai Autodrome is a 5.39 kilometer FIA-approved racing track. Dubai Autodrome, which opened in October 2004 with the last round of the 2004 Formula Renault V6 Eurocup season, was the first element of the Dubai MotorCity construction to be used.

Dubai Autodrome