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About Dubailand

Dubailand is one of the largest districts in Dubai and was originally designed as an entertainment center, combining recreational projects and large residential areas. The initial development was launched back in 2003 by Tatweer, a subsidiary of Dubai Holding with the cost of the implementation estimated at AED 236.2 billion. According to the original plan, Dubailand was supposed to occupy an area of ​​ 2,992,367 095 sq. ft and include 45 main developments and 200 subsidiary projects.

The development of the area was heavily affected by the economic downturn with the development being suspended in 2008 and the construction only resuming in 2013.

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The tourist infrastructure of Dubailand is divided into six thematic zones (worlds), each of which features its own projects on a smaller scale:

  • Attractions & Experience World
  • Downtown
  • Eco-Tourism World
  • Sports and Outdoor World
  • Themed Leisure and Vacation World
  • Retail and Entertainment World

During the construction not all Dubailand projects were completed according to the original plan. Some of them turned out to be so popular that they were separated from the area and promoted as individual communities, like Dubai Sports City, Dubai Motor City, and Arabian Ranches. The same trend is reflected in residential areas such as Mudon and Silicon Oasis.

As of 2015, around AED 202B was invested in the development of Dubailand. But even with such impressive funding, the execution of a number of projects, such as Pharaohs Theme Park or Six Water Parks had to be abandoned, as well as other developments, such as Legoland and DreamWorks Studio Theme Park which were moved to other areas.

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Infrastructure of Dubailand

Dubailand is situated close to the key highways of Dubai – Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Road (E311), Emirates Road (E611) and Al Qudra Road (D63).

This location makes it easy to travel pretty much anywhere in Dubai or Abu Dhabi:

  • Arabian Ranches, Palm Jumeirah – 20 minutes
  • The Dubai Mall and the Burj Khalifa – 25 minutes
  • Dubai International Airport – 30 minutes
  • Mall of The Emirates, The Walk at JBR, La Mer Beach all 30 minutes
  • Al Maktoum Airport – 35 minutes
  • Abu Dhabi – 60 minutes

The most convenient travel option for Dubailand residents is to use personal transport. The area has access to Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, which makes getting to any part of the emirate easily reachable. There are lots of parking spaces in the vicinity of the residential area and most of the apartment buildings are equipped with special covered parking lots. Residents and visitors can also use the hotels’ covered verandas or street parking.

There are very few options to travel to Dubailand using public transport. No metro stations have been constructed in the vicinity of the district yet, but there is bus No. 30, which can be used to get to The Dubai Mall, Liwan Entrance, Dubai Sky Courts, Academic City and Nad Al Sheba Road. One can also take a taxi, which is one of the easiest and most popular ways of traveling around the city, with the most common taxi services in the area being Uber and Careem.

Despite the Dubailand development occupying a significant area and is aimed at families with children, there are not as many kindergartens as you might expect. Residents can take their children to nursery at Chubby Cheeks in Skycourts Tower C or to Kids Zone Nursery in The Villa Community, and residents of Waha and Layan can apply to Step by Step Nursery. More kindergarten options are presented in the nearby Dubai Silicon Oasis.

The choice of schools in Dubailand are much more extensive:

  • The Aquila School – established in September 2018 accepts primary and secondary school students (up to 6th grade), and teaching is conducted in accordance with the British curriculum. The school is located near SkyCourts Towers.
  • Fairgreen International School – this school is located in the community of Layan. Education is provided in accordance with the IB standards for primary and secondary school students (up to 8th grade).
  • The GEMS School of Digital Futures is located in Al Waha. The school offers 13 years of education according to the British teaching programme.
  • GEMS Heritage Indian School – located near IMG World of Adventure on Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road. The national programme of India up to 9th grade is applied within this institution.

Students living in Dubailand can choose one of the higher educational institutions in Dubai International Academic City – Zayed University, Emirates Aviation University and Heriot Watt University are all located opposite the Skycourts Towers and the Windsor community.

As for healthcare, Skycourt Tower D is home to the Ace Medical Center. Larger clinics and medical centers are also located in the neighbouring area of Silicon Oasis.

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Entertainment of Dubailand

Dubailand is a huge district in all respects. Most of the commercial and entertainment projects in this residential area have already been launched.

Local communities have several popular shopping centers at their disposal:

  • Dragon Mart is located on Al Awir Road 26, about a 25 minutes’ drive away from the City of Arabia, FalconCity of Wonders. Dragon Mart and Dragon Mart 2 are the brainchild of the company Nakheel Malls. These are some of the largest Chinese shopping malls outside of China itself, with popular Chinese brands selling everything you could ever think of all under one roof. These two complexes comprise more than 5,000 retail stores, as well as restaurants, cafes, children’s entertainment centers and a cinema. Dragon Mart is a good choice for those shopping on a budget.
  • Dubai Outlet Mall is located on Al Ain Road 66, which is approximately a 10 minute drive from Skycourts Towers and The Villa. The complex has 240 retail stores, children’s entertainment,Chuck E. Cheese, Come playing area, Dome playing area and a food court.

The Dubai Mall is located in Downtown Dubai. The shopping center is the largest in the world and occupies over 12,916,692 sq. ft, comprising around 1,000 retail stores over 4 floors. The Dubai Mall also has an indoor theme park called Sega Republic, a children’s educational and entertainment center KidZania, a cinema complex, an ice skating rink and an indoor aquarium.

In addition to shopping centers, the residential area has an extensive selection of cafes and restaurants with Oriental, Italian, Indian, Japanese, Chinese and European cuisine. But those who would like to visit bars or lounge areas will have to travel to neighbouring areas such as Dubai Silicon Oasis or Sports City. There are several dining options located within a 15-30 minute drive from Dubailand, including The Els Club Golf Course, Kickers Sports Bar and Big Easy Bar and Grill.

Unfortunately, Dubailand does not have its own beach so the closest coastal area for swimming is Palm Jumeirah Beach, about half an hour’s drive away.

This residential area is a popular tourist destination with a huge number of attractions. There are 25 independent entertainment projects on the territory of the district, including parks, indoor and outdoor sports areas and walking areas. The most impressive ones are:

  • IMG World of Adventure is the world’s largest indoor amusement park located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road. The theme park covers an area of ​​1.5M sq. ft and can accommodate around 200,000 visitors. It is divided into four themed zones with their own attractions. Two of the zones are dedicated to the Marvel and Cartoon Network universes, and the remaining two are the original IMG concepts – Lost Valley and Boulevard IMG. There is also a 12-screen cinema, themed retail stores and a food court in the park.
  • Global Village combines a large trading platform of different food and product stalls, a gastronomic club and an entertainment center. The renownedattraction is located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road in Dubailand, to the east of Arabian Ranches. There are about 30 shopping pavilions on the territory of Global Village, in which representatives of different countries sell their own products and souvenirs, and talk about the history and culture of their country. All the trade pavilions are full-fledged buildings that outwardly copy the world’s attractions like the medieval fortresses, Greek temples and Egyptian pyramids, etc. Themed master classes in sewing, modeling, cooking, dancing and drawing are held here annually. Within the complex area there are food fairs and shows held for both children and adults. Global Village operates mainly during the winter season with the attraction frequently open between October and April.
  • Al Habtoor Polo Resort and Club is a themed club for fans of polo and horse riding, and is located within the Al Habtoor community. The club comprises 520 stables, various equestrian facilities, a polo academy and a riding school.
  • Al Marmoom Heritage Village is a thematic entertainment center of oriental culture. Here one can visit over 100 shops and kiosks with goods and souvenirs, attend traditional dance shows and camel races.
  • Miracle Garden is the largest flower park in the emirate, located extremely close to Dubailand.
  • Dubai Autodrome is a licensed track that also features a karting track and a racing school.

Lovers of sports and outdoor activities also have something to be excited about in Dubailand, as there is a 278,871 ft long Dubai Cycling Track in Al Qudra that runs right next to the residential area. The trail stretches into the depths of the desert, so riders will have the opportunity to enjoy the unique scenery of the wilderness whilst exercising on their bike.

Another popular destination for sports fans is the Hamdam sports complex which is home to a first-class gym and health club. Visitors can play badminton, basketball, tennis, volleyball, water polo, swim in the pool or do karate all under one roof. The complex also has the UAE Sports Academy, where one can take lessons in tennis, swimming and zumba, as well as many more activities.

There are also quite a few spas and beauty salons in Dubailand. Some of the best spa’s in Dubai are located next to Al Waha and Layan – The Heaven Spa, Sea Salt Spa, Nstyle Beauty Lounge and Belle Femme Salon just to name a few.

Economic Appeal of Dubailand

Dubailand has a huge variety of residential and commercial properties to choose from which include studio apartments, 1-3-bedroom apartments, 1-4-bedroom townhouses and 2-6-bedroom villas. There are both finalized and off-plan properties available in a significant range of prices for local residential property, from budget apartments to luxury property.

Average prices for buying and renting apartments in Dubailand are presented in the table below.

Property typePurchase price, AED/USDRental price, AED/USDROI
1BR apartment451,000/123,00031,000/8,5005.9%
2BR apartment620,000/169,00045,000/12,3006.9%
3BR apartment1 272,000/346,00080,000/22,0007.3%
4BR apartment1 569,000/427,000115,000/32,0006%

Depending on the specific community and property class, the average size of a 1-bedroom apartment ranges from 400 to 600 sq. ft. The average living space in residences with 2-3 bedrooms is around 1,600 sq. ft and the living areas for villas and townhouses can vary from 2,000 to 9,000 sq. ft.

The average purchase price of a villa and the return on investment is presented in the table below.

Property typePrice, AED/USDROI
2BR villa998,000/272,0007%
3BR villa1,369,000/373,0005.3%
4BR villa1,719,000/468,0005%
5BR villa2,849,000/776,0004.2%
6BR villa3,356,000/914,0004.1%


Despite the modest expenses by Dubai standards, one can achieve a very high return on investment which can range between 4-7%. Given the multiple tourist attractions in Dubailand, the demand for both long-term and short-term rental properties is very high.

The disadvantages of investing in Dubailand are also present:

Low liquidity. Despite all the economic benefits, further resale of property in Dubailand will take a long time.
Poor transport accessibility. To experience all the benefits of living in this area, one has to either own a car or regularly use taxi services as public transport options in Dubailand are very limited.

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Popular Property of Dubailand

The district has a huge selection of residential real estate, with both finished projects and buildings under construction. Now let’s review the best projects in Dubailand.


Cherrywoods is a gated community by Meraas at the intersection of Emirates Road and Al Qudra Road. The project was completed in late 2021.

The property in this community is represented by two-storey 3-4BR townhomes with a terrace and covered parking. The community consists of 800 property units with a small lake, a park area, sports facilities and playgrounds in the central part of the complex.

The cost of real estate in Cherrywoods starts from AED 1,400,000 (USD 381,000). Buyers can choose from:

  • A townhouse with three bedrooms in the central part of the building with four entrances.
  • A 3BR townhouse in the corner of the building with four entrances.
  • A 4BR townhouse in the corner of the building with four entrances.
  • A 4BR townhouse in the building with two entrances.

The community has everything one requires for a comfortable stay:

  • Squash and tennis court
  • Running and cycling paths
  • Children’s playgrounds
  • Fitness center
  • Basketball playground
  • Seven swimming pools
  • Cafes and shops
  • Walking alleys

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Akoya Oxygen

Akoya Oxygen is an eco-friendly residential complex launched by Damac Properties, who is one of the leading developers in the UAE. The complex is located 25 minutes’ from the center of Dubailand and includes building plots, townhouses, penthouses and villas. According to the developer, the appearance of the complex should resemble a luscious tropical jungle, therefore, a patch of rainforest has been recreated within the Akoya Oxygen site.

The project was launched back in 2014 and is now completed. The residential area consists of 25 districts, 8 of which were commissioned in 2020.

At the moment, villas with 3-5 bedrooms and a maid’s room are on sale. The living areas of these units range from 1,830-2,400 sq. ft and each unit includes a land plot with an area of ​​2,152 sq. ft, a garden and two parking spaces. The cost of this type of residential property starts from AED 1M (USD 272K).

*The price is valid for 2024

Depending on the area and the design type, villas in Akoya Oxygen are divided into the following types:

  1. Just Cavalli Villas – 3-bedroom residences starting from AED 1.35M (USD 368K).
  2. Aknan Villas – is a project with 3-bedroom units. Prices start from AED 1.1M (USD 299K). 
  3. Hajar 2 Stone Villas are townhouses with 3-4 bedrooms and have a minimum price of AED 1.14M (USD 310K).
  4. Sahara Villas – a project with 3-4 bedroom residences have a price of AED 1.67M (USD 454K).
  5. Bait Al Aseel Villas is a project with 3-bedroom townhouses. These prices start from AED 1.3M (USD 351K).
  6. Avencia 2 is a project with 3-4 bedroom apartments starting at AED 1.1M (USD 299K).

The Akoya Oxygen community is well-equipped for a comfortable stay with the following amenities:

  • Retail stores
  • Community Center
  • Trump World Golf Club with 18 holes
  • Public swimming pools
  • Playgrounds
  • Spa center
  • Gym

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Dubailand Oasis

Dubailand Oasis is a cozy residential community in the heart of Dubailand with the Al Ain Road and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road in close proximity.

A distinctive feature of the Dubailand Oasis community is that it doesn’t offer ready to move in villas, but rather residential land plots instead. Depending on the specifics and scale of construction, investors can choose from the following types of plots:

  • Villa construction – this option allows buyers to purchase a land plot with an area of ​​4,900-8,000 sq. ft. Prices start from AED 900,000 (USD 245,000), however the villa must not comprise more than two floors.
  • Type A is a plot of 5,000-5,600 sq. ft and is purposefully allocated for a build of two townhouses. The cost starts at AED 1M (USD 272K).
  • Type B allows building of up to three townhouses. The price of these plots start from AED 1.4M (USD 381K).

The residential area has a convenient location:

  • Global Village – 10 minutes
  • The Dubai Mall – 15 minutes
  • Dubai International Airport – 20 minutes

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Villanova is an elite residential community from Dubai Properties and is divided into two sub-communities called Amaranta and La Quinta.

Amaranta is a premium townhouse complex which is part of Villanova, located in the northeastern part of Dubailand, near the intersection of Al Ain Road and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road.

There are townhouses with two and four bedrooms with a living area of ​​1,765 sq. ft and 2,211 sq. ft available for sale. Real estate prices for this type of property start from AED 1,225,000 (USD 334,000).

*The price is valid for 2024

La Quinta was launched in 2017 and completed in 2020, and comprises villas of 3, 4 and 5 bedrooms. The living area of ​​a residence with three bedrooms starts from 2,204 sq. ft and has a starting price of AED 1.2M (USD 327K). Four bedroom units have an area of 2,899 sq. ft and range from AED 1.3 to 2.5M (USD 354K-681K) in price. Five bedroom villas have an area of 3,386 sq. ft and start from AED 3-4M (USD 817K-1.1M). All villas are designed in a Mediterranean style and feature a spacious living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, storage room, laundry room, maid’s room, terrace and balcony.

Villanova properties are designed in a Mediterranean style and are primarily aimed at families with children. There are landscaped parks with running tracks, a cinema, a library, a shopping center, a barbecue area, a fitness center with a modern gym, a swimming pool, as well as a tennis and basketball court. Within the immediate vicinity of the development there are the following locations:

  • Global Village – 10 minutes
  • Palm Jumeirah beach – 20 minutes
  • Downtown Dubai – 30 minutes
  • Dubai International Airport – 25 minutes

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