The ice and snow themed water park “Iceland” has bid
The Dh100-million park was opened in 2010 and was shut down after an eight-year run. The Ras Al Khaimah government said it shut down the water park as part of an ongoing plan to turn Ras Al Khaimah into a “global destination”.
The 50-hectare park was managed by Polo RAK Amusements, a joint venture between Polo Amusement Park, RAK Investment Authority and RAK Properties.
The RAK government said it closed the park as part of its plan to “enhance the emirate’s competitiveness on an international scale”.
“The RAK government has been persistent in its efforts to boost development across vital sectors, as well as to set and implement clear directions for the future of the emirate and, with that in mind, has moved forward with foreclosing Ice Land Water Park for the time being,” the Ras Al Khaimah government said.
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