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Dubai, UAE November 21st, 2013- UAE celebrates 42 years of independence with a variety of events and festivities for the whole family across the nation.

To mark the unification of the seven emirates, the largest family entertainment centre in the UAE, Fun City proudly celebrates the 42nd National Day across all its centres in the emirates. In celebration for the 42nd National Holiday in UAE Fun City offers its customers a fun filled day for the family.

To make the celebration even more exciting, all existing Fun City customers will receive an SMS offering a FREE AED 42 plus credit which can be redeemed only on 2nd of December 2013.  The customers will have to show the SMS to avail the offer.

Celebrate National Day with your children at Fun City, Come Play!

Open on Weekdays from 10am to 10pm and on Weekends from 10am to 12 midnight. DUBAI: Arabian Center - 04 2845679, Ibn Battuta - 04 3669819, Lamcy Plaza - 04 3352700, Mercato - 04 3499976, Oasis Centre - 04 3397782, Reef Mall – 042222405, Century Mall - 04 2398634 ABU DHABI: City Mall – 02 8870689, Dalma Mall - 02 5507407, Marina Mall - 02 6815527 RAK: Safeer Mall – 07 2239320 Manar Mall - 07 2281881 AL AIN: Bawadi Mall - 037840338, Jimi Mall - 037630206, FUJAIRAH: Century Mall - 09 2283950 AJMAN : Safeer Mall - 06 7412238

About Landmark Leisure: Landmark Leisure is the entertainment division of the iconic Landmark Group and was founded in 1999 with its flagship brand, Fun City. Since then, it has been the best recognized family entertainment brand across the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Bahrain and India catering to children from 1-12 years old, and encouraging them to learn whilst they play, with a variety of activities focused on children's growth and development.  
Landmark Leisure has mapped growth plans for next two years and will see a series of new centre launches for Fun Ville, Fun City including the launch of a unique entertainment concept Fun Works that will expand Landmark Leisure's realm of family entertainment offerings.For Media queries, please contact:



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