The silver jubilee edition of Dubai’s Global Village got 4.5 million visitors, coordinators said on Thursday.
Season 25 saw the objective break 25 Guinness World Records, including the last one that saw 20 skydivers jump from an altitude of in excess of 15,000 feet, lighting the skies with 78 fireworks addressing the 78 societies that it addressed.
The objective has now started arranging its season 26, what begins in October.
Coordinators considered the footfall an “uncommon accomplishment considering the current circumstance”.
Bader Anwahi, CEO, Global Village, said: “Regardless of whether business proprietors are starting another journey or expanding their perspectives, Global Village has consistently given a platform to transform aspiration into business achievement. We are pleased to help SMEs and assist them with accomplishing their objectives, and we will by and by bring our experience and assets together to help new thoughts from our accomplices.
“We are additionally dedicated to fill in as a platform for International businesses to direct their ideas around there.
“With the vigorous finish of our Silver Jubilee Season we are presently looking forward, with recharged confidence, to expanding on this achievement to guarantee next season’s prosperity.”
For its 25th season, the park addressed 78 societies at 26 pavilions more than 190 days. More than 300 food and drink outlets and 3,500 retail outlets were set up.
“This came about in more than 5,000 business accomplices and exhibitors acquiring significant business during the half year season,” coordinators said.