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Dream park - Cairo, Egypt

Updated on August 21, 2013

Dream Park in Cairo, the largest in the Middle East

It's one of the largest amusement parks in the Middle East (if not the largest) and it was estblished in 1999 by the same company that designed Universal Studios and the Mall of America. The leading themed park in Egypt will offer a fun and amazing experience in a world of fantasies and games for all ages.

The park consists of three parts for children, adults and families. It contain many many games, rides, roller coasters, bumping cars, all the games you can imagine as well as more than 20 restaurants where you can eat anything from donuts, pizza to kebab and traditional Egyptian food.

Thousands are people visit Dream Park everyday secially during holidays. Tourists from all over the world as well as Egyptians of course enjoy the many amazing rides and games in Dream Park during their visit to Cairo. The park opens from 12 pm to 12 midnight on Fridays, & from 4 pm to midnight in other days.

Here is my favourite game in Dream Park, Cairo:

Among the many games and rides my favourite fame is the top spin. I have some good memories about the top spin and abot the first time I tried it. It really makes you scream, and makes you feel flying really high :).

The rides as well as many games and water rides and the simulator theatre are really entertaining for kids (and even some adults ;) ). My personal are the thrill rides as the top spin and the roller coaster.

The park is just huge and it's about 150 acres. There are restaurants, cafes, souvenir shops and other shops as well as a cute train that encircles the whole park which you can use to just enjoy the breeze or reach to anywhere in the park.

This game is called "the rocket!"

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There is also a very large theatre for concerts which features many music concerts of Arab superstars. The childrens theater and the Roman theater present wonderful shows that everyone can enjoy.

I really like their many cafes, restaurants and oriental cafe. The Park also follows the safety precautions in all games and it contains a clinic, of course.

Here are some pics from the children's zone in Dream Park:

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      MOHAMED 6 years ago


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      hala 6 years ago

      its so coooooooool

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      Motaz 7 years ago from Egypt

      Dear Omar, I don't work for Dream Park I just wrote an article about them!

      If you have complains you can contact them here:

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      Motaz 7 years ago from Egypt

      Thnx a lot :)

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      sal19 7 years ago

      7lwa awi ill dream park.ana m3 rebacca... =).ana masria wi 3sha fi masr. ITS AWESOME!!!

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      Motaz 7 years ago from Egypt

      well, thanks :) im glad you enjoyed it, your Arabic is good

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      Rebecca Haniff Bika el Queen 3la tool 7 years ago

      3la fekra dreampark 7lwa awi awi ana kan henak fi dreampark...ana kont far7ana awi henak b2aaaaaaaaaaa....gamela awi el rides.....3andi yom gamed ma3a 7abibi min Cario fi Helwan....bosa ila enta.

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      lara 7 years ago


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      my life dream 7 years ago

      Had no idea that this existed in Egypt...

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      Motaz 7 years ago from Egypt

      thanks least it is the largest in the region and in Egypt...and OF COURSE it is nothing compared to sixflags (The largest amusement park in THE WORLD!!!)


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      deena 7 years ago

      it isn't THAT big... not that many rides .. i would know i live here

      its nothing compared to sixflags...

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      Motaz 8 years ago from Egypt

      Lissie, Perfumelover : Thanks a lot for stopping by


      The prices has changed since I visited it the last time, Anyway the prices range between 35-45 pounds/ L.E. (Egyptian currency).

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      kkkkkkkkkk 8 years ago

      how much does it cost to get into the park?

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      perfumelover 8 years ago

      Wow, never knew about this. How perfect for kids and those who are young at heart! Sign me up! :)

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      Elisabeth Sowerbutts 8 years ago from New Zealand

      I ad no idea Cairo had a theme park now! Nice hub

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      Motaz 8 years ago from Egypt

      thanks a lot for your comments :)..let the hubmob go on and on

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      Wendy Iturrizaga 8 years ago from France

      It sounds like a lot of fun. It is interesting to hear about this kind of parks in Egypt.

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      SweetiePie 8 years ago from Southern California, USA

      I have not read much about theme parks in the Middle East, or Egytp in particular, so it was interesting to read this. Hope you can go back again soon.