La Mer welcomes its latest attraction ‘Hawa Hawa’

Nov 22 2017

La Mer’s latest attraction ‘Hawa Hawa’ is a new inflatable playground that can’t sit still. The dune-shaped concept is a popular attraction all across parks and open spaces in Japan. This is Hawa Hawa’s first international destination outside East Asia that features two unique dunes and seven peaks where families and friends can share some low-impact, high-intensity fun together.

The energising experience at Hawa Hawa is designed to complement the leisure and entertainment offering at La Mer. Hawa Hawa is located just a few metres from the shops, cafes, restaurants, and amenities that line the beachfront at La Mer North.

Spread over 1,800 square metres, the imaginative playground was created to enrich the lives of residents and visitors to Dubai, and to promote a lifestyle that will enable more people to enjoy the physical and emotional health benefits associated with a great cardiovascular activity.

Each of the two dunes at Hawa Hawa is made from an all-weather double skin tensile membrane that has been tested and imported directly from Japan, with small dune and large dunes ensuring various age groups can play alongside each one another. The small dune is specifically for children aged 6-years old and under to work on their balance, build confidence or play in the safe and controlled environment, while the separate large dune is intended for visitors aged 7-years old and over to run, jump, climb, tag, roll and slide around.

Hawa Hawa will be open between 10 am and 10 pm on weekdays and 10 am and midnight during weekends, with only those under 12-years old requiring adult supervision. The experience has no minimum age limit, and the maximum weight of 99 kilograms is intended to ensure as many people as possible can join in the adventure. As one of the unique experiences at La Mer, Hawa Hawa can also accommodate private birthday parties and other celebrations, adding a new dimension to life in the city’s Jumeira 1 neighbourhood.


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