A place we found in Dubai….

Fun, fresh entertainment idea that is unique to the Middle East. Each Escape Room is a small-group, real-world adventure game. Your objective, whether you’re a group of friends, family, or coworkers, is straightforward: you have 60 minutes to carefully open your eyes and minds, collaborate, decipher codes, and find a way out. It is a significant global transport hub for both passengers and cargo, located in the eastern Arabian Peninsula on the Persian Gulf coast. Oil money accelerated the growth of the city, which was already a significant commercial center. Since the early 20th century, Dubai has served as a hub for regional and global trade. Trade, tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services all contribute to Dubai’s economy. In 2018, the emirate’s GDP from oil output was less than 1%. There are roughly 3.49 million people living in the city. The rich and varied history of human habitation in the region presently occupied by the United Arab Emirates suggests widespread trade connections between Mesopotamian and Indus Valley civilizations as well as civilizations as far away as the Levant. Archaeological discoveries in the emirate of Dubai, particularly at Al-Ashoosh, Al Sufouh, and the very rich hoard from Saruq Al Hadid, demonstrate settlement throughout the Ubaid and Hafit eras, the Umm Al Nar and Wadi Suq periods, and the three Iron Ages in the United Arab Emirates. The region, called Magan by the Sumerians, was a supplier of metal items, particularly copper and bronze. Around 5,000 years ago, the area was covered with sand as the coast moved inland, and it eventually became a portion of the city’s current coastline. The third and fourth centuries are when pre-Islamic ceramics were first discovered. The Umayyad Caliph of the eastern Islamic realm invaded south-east Arabia after Islam had expanded throughout the area and drove the Sassanians out.

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