Global Village in Dubai is located on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road E 311 road (United Arab Emirates) Dubai. It combines cultures of 90 countries across the world in one place. It claims to be the world’s largest tourism, leisure, shopping and entertainment project. It is the region’s first cultural, entertainment, family and shopping destination. Every year, it has over 5 million visitors over an area of 17,200,000 sq ft (1,600,000 m2). The current admission fee is AED 15.

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Global Village Announced New Dates For 2021

Global Village announced the opening date of its 26th season as 2021-22. Destination season 26 will last 167 days until the end of April 10, 2022. It also invites aspiring business acumen to register their interest. Bring your new street food kiosk or food cart to life in the next edition. Potential partners can submit their concepts and quotations before August 1st. Every year millions of residents of the UAE and tourists from other countries visited the Global Village. The Global Village Silver Jubilee Edition has received 4.5 million visitors and has witnessed the Global Village breaking 25 Guinness World Records. In season 25, the park showcased 78 cultures in 26 pavilions in 190 days, while last year it opened more than 300 restaurants and 3,500 retail stores. Global Village started in the form of a number kiosks in January 1997 located on the Creek Side opposite to Dubai Municipality. It then later shifted to the Oud Metha Area near Wafi City for 5 years. Today, Global Village has 6 million visitors at its current location on the exit of Sheikh Zayed Exit 37.

There are four main sections in the Village. These sections consist of events and concerts, carnivals, food, and shopping. The food aisle will have food from all over the world. Concerts, carnivals, and shopping are the same. The 23rd session of Dubai Global village started on 30 October 2018. This season will remain open till 13 April 2019. Over 90 countries and 27 pavilion are established in this season. Overall, 23 concerts will be held during this season. The 24th session started on 29 October 2019 and was scheduled to close its gates for visitors on 4 April 2020 for the session, but due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic and as instructed from Dubai Culture and Arts Authority, the session was suspended, in line with ongoing efforts to safeguard public health due to pandemic. Owing to the early closure of the park all the scheduled concerts were canceled too.

The shopping experience of a global village between November and April, the global village is an open-air shopping venue unlike any other in Dubai (United Arab Emirates (UAE)). There is also the endless shopping opportunity with the many items of verity from all over the world for you to purchase and treasure forever / or gift to the loved one. The stores are sectioned into a myriad of global pavilions with each one selling the items and artefacts representative of the particular country in the world. The venue is set up in the style of the festival where the visitors can shop easily with a truly fun and vibrant atmosphere.

Every year, millions of flocks to the ever-popular global village, whether you’re coming for the thrilling funfair rides, food, nightly culture entertainment, or authentic shopping. There you will find more than 75 countries showcasing their local products within over the 25 lavish pavilions. The honey from Yemen, or the shop exquisite carpets from Iran and Afghanistan, the argan oil from the morocco, and the dry fruits from Thailand, the engraved necklaces from Spain.

Each pavilion from Vietnam to Oman and Egypt to Italy transports visitors to the country through the smell, the sound, and the colourful decorations. The Global Village Dubai Most Popular Street Food:

The most popular global village Dubai street food that you can try with your taste when you go to the global village in Dubai. There is a wild range of street food available:

• The Ragag from the United Arab Emirates (UAE): The homemade bread, Ragag is the popular Emirati dish, by having the traditional Ragag get the taste of UAE. The word is derived from “Raga” means thin it is often found in roadside cafes and it is very popular in the global village in Dubai. This is severed for the dinner usually topped with the same “melted butter” and the Mehyawa “the redfish sauce” or for breakfast.

• Bun kababs from Pakistan: Bun kababs, this dish is most popular in the fast-paced metropolitan cities such as Karachi and Lahore. But this can be found all over Pakistan. This dish is usually sold from roadside stalls, side street vendors or fast-food restaurants. The fried delight has been introduced to the Global Village at the Pakistan Pavilion. This was served at the stall owned by Fayaz Ahmed, selling Pakistani street food at the global village for four years.

• The Luqaimat: The Luqaimat sweet and dumplings dish served with honey /syrup. This is the hot Arabic dessert popular in the Khaleej homes, this is good for share. The dumpling itself is not sweet but syrup or date honey poured over the coloured fried small balls contributes to the sweet taste. This dish is usually made in the month of Ramadan and is had after iftar.

• The Koshary (Egypt), National Dish of Egypt: Koshary, This dish you can found at the Global Village in Dubai, this dish practically almost every Egyptian restaurant and street corner, it can be deemed the ultimate Middle Eastern dish served on the go as the street vendor sells the hundreds of plates in the day. Koshary or kushari or koshari is one of the traditional dishes of Egyptian food, this is the widely popular Egyptian street food dish considered a national dish of Egypt. It combines Indian, Italian, and middle eastern culinary elements. The Egyptian dish originated during the mid of 19 century. This dish is made up of rice, pasta, lentils.. And a lot more, you can think of koshary as the second cousin of mujaddara. Koshary comes from the spelling variation of an Indian dish khichdi, as the khichuri. Popular English spelling in Egypt is spelt as the koshary, other variations of the spelling are the kushari, koshari and kosher.

• Cevapi or Bosnian Kebabs: Cevapi or Bosnian kababs are the most popular dish in the global village UAE; this is the grilled dish of the minced meat found traditionally in the countries of southeast Europe. This dish is considered the traditional dish of Bosnia. The cevapi is the origin in the Balkans during the Ottoman period and represents the regional speciality similar to the kofte kebabs. It has its origins in the Balkans during the Ottoman period and represents the regional speciality similar to kofte kebab. The dish is made up of mainly beef, minced meat, mixed with spices, considered the national dish in Bosnia. At the global village, this dish is generally served in the pita bread that is lined with the labneh dressing, the red sauce and sour cream and onion making this the perfect snake to grab on the go.

• The Simit From Turkey: Simit is a Turkish dish; it is widely known as the Turkish Bagel in the United States. This dish is sold by the street vendors on the carrying trays on their heads. Turkey’s love affair with this dish extends to the 1400s like the ring-shaped a sweetened bread scattered sesame seeds. It was considered a luxurious food item, back in the time of the sultans. During the month of Ramadan sultan, it provides as the after for those who are fasting and also giving simit to the soldiers on the guard as the token of the sultan’s appreciations, the word simit comes from the Arabic word “Samid” which means “white bread” or “fine four”.

• Gozleme (Turkey): This dish from turkey gozleme is a traditional savoury Turkish flatbread and pastry dish stuffed with fillings, most popular ones are the feta and spinach, minced beef, potato, and the spiced ground lamb dough is usually unleavened and made up only with the flour, water, and the salt but this dish can be made from the yeast dough as well. It is similar to the baglama. The toppings of gozleme are numerous and vary by region and personal preference, and include the variety of meat (chopped lamb fresh or smoked seafood, minced beef, and pasta), the vegetables like onion, spinach, eggplant, chard, garlic, various papers, leek and more, the tubers (radish and potatoes), the cheeses such as the Turkish white cheese, feta, Beyaz peynir, and kasseri as well as the eggs seasonal herbs and the spices. The dish gozleme, the name is derived from the Turkish word göz that means “compartment” in references to the pocket of dough in which various toppings are sealed and cooked.

• Churros: The churros, a fried-dough pastry-based snack, traditional snack in Spain, and Portugal, the origin of a churro is unclear; the history is divided on how exactly churros come to exist. They were the invention of nomadic Spanish shepherds according to the article of living high in the mountains with no access to the bakeries, the Spanish shepherd supposedly created churros, which were easy for them to cook in frying pans over the fire. Lending credibility to this version of history is the fact that there exists a breed of the sheep called “Navajo-Churro” which are descended from the churro sheep of the Iberian peninsula the horns of these sheep look similar to the fried pastry.

• Tandoori Chai: Tandoori chai or the Karak chai, it is delicious that has good taste. The origin of this chai is not known, this chai served in many parts of Pakistan and India. You can found this chai and taste this that is served in the sizzling hot earthen cup at the global village of UAE.

• The fried skewered shrimp sticks: The dish is popular in many African countries, the deep-fried shrimp

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