Dubai makes young boy's dream to visit theme park come true after viral video
Dubai Tourism tweeted Nour's video, where he's saying, 'I’m in Dubaaaai! Habibi, come to Dubai!'
An Egyptian boy's dream of visiting his favourite theme park in Dubai came true, after his video went viral online.
Dubai's Department of Economy and Tourism's has invited the young boy and his family to the city. to visit the Legoland park.
Nour, who was questioned by his family after being caught downloading a ticked app from Google Play and booked a flight to Dubai for the next day.
It was not mentioned if the transaction was successful but the video went viral because of the ‘cute way’ the boy argued his point and his insistence on visiting Dubai.
“I’ve always wanted to go Dubai,” he said with a big smile, and hugged the phone. That scene was shared on video and went viral last month.
Recently, Dubai Tourism tweeted a video showing the kid and his family visiting Legoland. The boy’s dream came true and it happened in style.
From the airport, after receiving a welcoming gift, the family was picked up by a Dubai Police supercar, a Bentley Continental GT, and were brought straight to Legoland. Wearing white t-shirt and a pair of brown slacks, Nour tried the rides and slides at Legoland.
With abundant plastic construction toys around, he even called himself as ‘engineer’ Nour, and baked – like a master chef – his own cake made of Lego toys.
The fun was shared by his family, who were billeted at Legoland Hotel.
During the 85-second video, Nour also made a pitch: “Look my friends. I’m so happy to be in Dubai. I’m really happy going to Legoland. I’m in Dubai which has Legoland. I’m in Dubaaaai! Habibi, come to Dubai!”
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