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Miral announces opening date for Clymb Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi based Miral has announced that its new sports and leisure attraction, Clymb Abu Dhabi, is close to completion and will open on November 29, 2019. The $100 million project is designed to present unique sporting challenges to active lifestyle enthusiasts from around the world and will feature the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall […]

Abu Dhabi based Miral has announced that its new sports and leisure attraction, Clymb Abu Dhabi, is close to completion and will open on November 29, 2019.

The $100 million project is designed to present unique sporting challenges to active lifestyle enthusiasts from around the world and will feature the world’s tallest indoor climbing wall and widest skydiving flight chamber.

Commenting on the upcoming opening, Mohamed Khalifa Al Mubarak, chairman of Miral, said: “Clymb Abu Dhabi is a thrilling new addition to the existing attractions on Yas Island, and we look forward to welcoming guests to this world-class sporting experience.”

The attraction features a range of food and beverage outlets and can provide a space to host parties and social events. An easily accessible and air-conditioned passageway links Clymb Abu Dhabi to Yas Mall and Ferrari World Abu Dhabi enabling seamless connection and convenience, Miral stated.

Al Mubarak added: “As one of the most highly-anticipated new attractions in Abu Dhabi, it is set to become the ultimate hub for adventure in the region, offering something completely unique, challenging and unforgettable for all ability levels.”

“With Clymb Abu Dhabi, we will further enhance Yas Island’s position as a globally-recognised destination providing a rich and diverse range of attractions for families, travellers, residents, and sports enthusiasts from across the world,” he added.

According to a statement from Miral, Clymb Abu Dhabi’s architecture has been inspired by the UAE’s rugged, mountainous landscape – an environment that enthuses skydivers and rock climbers from around the world.

With its geometric exterior resembling a crystal-like structure, the venue has already become a Yas Island landmark, significantly adding to the integrated leisure, lifestyle and entertainment experiences available to visitors, Miral stated.

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