A large area located just off Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, Dubailand is on the path to becoming one of Dubai's most popular areas. The 107 square mile masterplan features 26 development projects, that consists of 50 visitor attractions. The largest residential projects are Arabian Ranches, Dubai Sports City, Falcon City of Wonders and Golf City, all of which are developed within themed environments. The most desired communities are the Al Barari, Dubai Sports City, Motor City, Mira, Remraam, Mudon and The Villas.
Besides attracting a huge portion of tourists annually, Dubailand is quite popular among residents and visitors owing to its affordable rents and freehold properties when compared to upscale areas like Dubai Marina and Downtown Dubai.
With comparatively less traffic and availability of schools, sports, entertainment and retail options, cultural hubs, the community is an ideal place for families and alike. For those who like to remain in good shape and physically fit can make use of the community swimming pools, gyms and wellbeing spas that are situated within the community. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the tranquil community is one of the ideal places those who like to live a quiet and peaceful life away from extra noise.
Dubailand is also home to some of the key entertainment of the city that include Global Village, the Autodrome in Motor City, Cricket Stadium, Olympics specification sports stadia and Formula One racing circuit at Dubai Sports City, world-class sporting events at the Equestrian Polo Club, the Els Club and Dubai Cycle Course. Upcoming attractions of the community include the city's largest public park, that will stretch across 350 acres of land and will be as big as London's Hyde Park.
Located close to the Expo 2020 site, Dubailand, which is still under construction, will look unrecognizable by 2020 and might attract upto 15 million visitors.