Dubailand is currently in talks with international technology partners to provide single-window access to the attractions which make up the development
The 40 mega-projects being built, which include 20 theme parks, are expected to help boost the travel and tourism industry in the emirate and may also encourage more people to make a property investment in Dubai.
A part of the Dh235 billion (£18.7 billion) project, some of the theme parks being built include Universal Studios, Dreamworks, Legoland, City of Arabia and Dubai Sports City.
Khalid Al Malek, chief executive of Tatweer, confirmed the move, saying: "Yes, we are discussing a joint marketing plan to help visitors get the best leisure experience across all the attractions in Dubailand."
This year, Dubailand is showcasing a number of its attractions at the Arabian Travel Market and has an area covering 800 sq m to house stalls for its 17 exhibits.