Unlimited Fun at the Atlantis Family Fun Factory

Yes it is summer in Dubai and yes it is hot outside but we will not let it stop the kids from having fun.

Not now that Ferald and I are on vacation and not now that we found Atlantis Family Fun Factory at their Silk Ballroom.

Atlantis Family Fun Factory offers unlimited play with a fixed price of 75 dhs per child. Compared to the usual gaming zones around town where game and rides would normally cost us a minimum of 100 dhs, this one is a great deal. It is here until August 23 only from 3 pm to 10 pm so be sure the take advantage of it.

There are about 45 game consoles and small rides combined, my kids 5 and 11 had a good time. It is also suitable for children age 3 and above up to 65 or more as long as you are in for fun. 

Kids can earn tickets and they can exchange it for prizes at the prize booth later on.

There's a daily limit of 100 tickets per person to exchange for prizes so we used the rest of our tickets we have to continue the fun here. We earned some Wild Republic plush toys

and then some more

Snacks and refreshments are also available in case the kids needs a break to power up for their next games.

My daughter found my old favorite game here too and she was surprised at how good I was at it. I know you're smiling and we both know why :D

Ferald and I played our favorite game too but unfortunately we didn't have a good deal this time.

The boys were unstoppable so we might as well join in the fun

When you go make sure to find the Ocean Pearl.

to win high fives from the pros

They also have a face painting/glitter tattoos corner and an arts and craft corner if the kids love to get crafty, mine was all for gaming only.

It was our first time inside Atlantis The Palm, well technically inside the hotel. Ferald and I sure had a visual treat. I can't get over its beauty until now, it was amazing!

My Yellow Bells

Carla is a lifestyle blogger based in Dubai who's thankful to call this ever-evolving city her second home. The pages of this blog are filled with stories about her expat life in the sandpit. It features dining and travel adventures in and around the city and beyond. It also features food recipes, parenting tips, and fashion style.

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