Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, is offering the creatively minded an opportunity to use social media to make an interactive film to win a chance to stay at the uniquely luxurious venue.
Use your Facebook friends or upload photos to create an Atlantis video, and you can try to imagine what it would be like to experience the host of exhilarating experiences on offer.
Atlantis, The Palm is an ocean-themed destination resort located at the centre of the crescent of the man-made Palm Island in Dubai. It’s the flagship resort and the first to open its doors on the island.
There you’ll be able to rub shoulders with the rich and famous, as well as take some time out for marine adventure, exploration and chilling out.
The resort has 17 bars and restaurants with different themes and cuisines, and covers everything from fine to family dining – there are even four Michelin starred chef restaurants.
And it is also home to one of the largest open-air marine habitats in the world, with some 65,000 marine animals in lagoons and displays including The Lost Chambers, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways providing a journey through ancient Atlantis.
Along with the 17 hectares of water amusement park – featuring the highest free-fall waterside in the region and the near 30 metre Leap of Faith through a shark-filled lagoon, as well as the more sedate 700 metre beach with sun loungers – Atlantis The Palm is a destination for all ages.
The education centre lets you find out more about the marine life at The Palm and you can interact with dolphins of feed the rays.
And if you’re after some retail therapy there’s an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops.
To find out how you and your friends would look at The Palm, and to make your movie to be in with a chance of winning, pop along to the Spotted in Atlantis site.
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