Experience hype and fun as Batangmangyan showcases what’s inside the world’s first Ferrari theme park, the Ferrari World Abu Dhabi. Let’s get into the world of Ferrari’s amazing performance and technical innovations established over the years brought into life through this spectacular creation.
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is the largest indoor (fully AC haha!) in the world with more than 20 Ferrari-inspired and high adrenaline rides plus a priceless collection of vintage and contemporary Ferraris. Each ride incorporates Ferrari design and technology coupled with an interactive experience that truly brings the Ferrari story to life, truly a Ferrari exprience. In addition to these unique rides, a wide variety of shows, food & delicacies and souvenir shops attract interest of visitors of all ages.
Situated in the Yas Island, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is one of the signature features of this 2,500-hectare island primarily dedicated to leisure, entertainment and lifestyle.
Some Fun Facts about the Ferrari World
- The main building stands 50 meters and sits on over 700,000 square meters with the central shot ride at 62.5-meter high. It needed 12,370 tons of steel to create its structure.
- The total roof area of 200,000 square meters uses aluminum to cover 16,750 Ferraris, or if you laid the roof flat you could place 20,100 Ferrari’s side by side and end to end.
- The Ferrari logo on the roof, the biggest ever made, measures 65 meters in length which covers an area of 3,000 square meters which could fit at least 7 basketball courts.
- The central funnel roof is supported by 12 primary columns which form a 12-point Arabic star pattern.
The distinct form and sleek shape of the Ferrari World depict true architectural expression of the values of the Ferrari brand itself.
Here are some photos taken @ the park.
And the highlight of the fun is the Formula Rossa, aboard the world’s fastest roller coaster, you would feel driving a Ferrari accelerating up to 240kph into the sky in less than 5 seconds. Really an F1 experience! And I would say, it’s really a TARAGIS experience!