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Al Qana is set to unveil the largest indoor adrenaline park in the region

Launching in the coming months, Adrenark Adventure will be home to a multi-level E-karting track.

Roxy Xtreme may have overtaken Cinemacity as the country’s biggest cinema, but Al Qana continues to evolve, featuring a multitude of anchor attractions like The National Aquarium and Pixoul Gaming. Next on the agenda at this waterfront destination in Abu Dhabi? Adrenark Adventure, which will be the largest indoor attraction of its kind in the region.

Adrenark Adventure

Designed to appeal equally to all ages, the immersive indoor adventure park will feature a wide range of entertaining and energy-expending facilities. Located next to Pixoul Gaming and spanning 54,000 square feet, the region’s largest adrenaline park will comprise the likes of climbing walls, rope courses, thrill rides, and stunt bag jumps. Elsewhere, marking a first for the UAE, a multi-level E-karting track will climb three floors inside the building.

Adrenark Adventure will also offer other attractions such as roller gliders, zipline technology allowing guests to accelerate and brake as they twist through the full width of the building, LED slides, treasure caves, and exciting bungee trampolines – all of which will offer visitors of all ages the chance to challenge themselves and compete with friends and family members.

Adrenark Adventure

Toddlers, meanwhile, can let loose with rides, soft play, and mini rope courses. Clearly, Al Qana is tipped to become one of the most family-friendly destinations in the capital, offering visitors and residents everything from films and dining to virtual reality and adrenaline-charged adventures. Adrenark Adventure is set to open its doors in the first half of 2023.

GO: Visit https://alqana.ae/en/adrenark-adventure for more information.

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Samia Qaiyum
A textbook third culture kid with a perpetual thirst for adventure, Samia Qaiyum specialises in travel and culture, having lived in five countries and travelled to 34 others – just don't ask her to define the word 'home'.

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