Written by Neil King
Next month sees one of Dubai's popular family attractions celebrate its 10th anniversary with what its owners have claimed will be an "action-packed party".
Visitors to the Wild Wadi Waterpark, which is situated between Burj Al Arab and Jumeirah Beach Hotel, can expect Saturday October 10th to be a big day for the venue.
In addition to the 30 rides and attractions themed around the adventures of Arabian folk hero Juha, the park will be populated by carnival performers, dancers, magicians and drummers.
Kids aged ten years old will also be eligible for a discounted entry fee and the site's general manager and official birthday cake taster Chris Perry said there are plenty of other reasons to come along.
"With the help of some special entertaining guests and a whole party bag of surprises we've managed to make Wild Wadi Waterpark even more fun and exciting than usual," he added.
The park also boasts the biggest surf pool in the Middle East named Breaker's Bay, which is capable of producing waves of up to 1.5 metres.