Diving in the kingdom of Bahrain, which bills itself as “the world’s largest underwater theme park” was officially opened to visitors.
It’s not exactly Disneyland, but it’s the closest thing to a “Little Mermaid” theme, we are likely to get.
Diving in the kingdom of Bahrain, which bills itself as “the world’s largest underwater theme park” was officially opened to visitors, with the under-the-sea attractions, including a sunken Boeing 747 and the soon-to-be-made additions, such as graphics, artificial coral reef, and is “a replica of a traditional Bahraini pearl merchant’s house.”
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The site is located to the north of the Kingdom of saudi arabia, on the Persian Gulf, is said to cover an area of 100,000 square meters.
The project was launched in January as a joint venture by the kingdom of Bahrain’s supreme Council for the Environment, Bahrain’s Tourism and Exhibitions Authority’s (BTEA), and the members of the private sector, by Dive, Japan.
The site offers an exceptional diving experience,” is an early notice for me.
Zayed Bin Rashid Al-Zayani, the Secretary of state for Industry, Trade and Tourism of the kingdom of Bahrain, to run the park for the official opening earlier this month.
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In June, Bob Denmark has been drawn first to ride in a dismantled boeing 747, which is approximately 18 km to the north of Amwaj, to be sunk. The 70-foot level built in 1981, it was reportedly stripped of any potentially toxic materials before they can be submerged in water. Teams of divers are later connected to foundations and to the aircraft to secure it to the seabed, and a representative of the park told Fox News.
Diving Malaysia is drawn to the disused boeing 747 in the Persian Gulf in the month of June. The aircraft was then sunk and anchored to the sea floor.
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Just before the park’s official opening earlier this month, a team of professional divers to inspect the site in order to ensure the safety and security of other guests.
Interested visitors will be able to book a visit to a Dive in Austria’s official web site.
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Dive, kingdom of Bahrain, is also being touted as an eco-friendly “theme park” for divers, it is also intended “to provide a safe haven for its coral reef growth and provide a habitat for marine life.”