Atlantis on Palm Jumeirah is the centre piece of the all new Dubai Monopoly board – even if it is the Burj Al Arab, in terms of Monopoly money, that gets the top spot . It will set you back $400
Featured, in descending value, are Bluewaters, Dubai Airport, Burj Khalifa, Atlantis the Palm, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Dubai Marina, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai Taxi, Global Village, Nord Anglia International Dubai School, Dubai Opera, Mall of the Emirates, Festival City, Al Seef, Dubai Bus, Dubai Frame, Dubai Miracle Garden, Atlantis Aquaventure, City Walk, La Mer, Xclusive Yachts, Dubai Metro, Al Fahidi and Sheikh Zayed Road.
Monopoly is a board game whose players buy and sell properties, develop them with houses and hotels, and collect rent from opponents until they go bankrupt – was developed by the Parker Brothers in 1935.
Today it boasts dozens of customised editions, from TV shows such as Game of Thrones to musical icons such as The Beatles. There are more than 100 city editions, including Durban (South Africa), Dublin (Ireland), Leon (France), Krakow (Poland) and Sydney and Melbourne (Australia).
The game is available across leading toy retailers and starts from 199 AED.