Dubai World Trade Centre

As Medlab Middle East continues as a key event in the annual calendars of healthcare and trade professionals worldwide, the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) offers an idyllic platform for local and international visitors alike.

The venue strictly adheres to all rules and regulations laid out by government authorities, including Dubai Health Authority and Dubai Municipality to ensure the health and safety of everyone on their premises.

DWTC is certified with the prestigious Bureau Veritas SafeGuard Label, which attests to its compliance with the highest hygiene standards

Getting there

Venue information

Address:

Dubai World Trade Centre

Dubai, UAE


Exhibition halls:

Medlab Middle East utilises all six Za'abeel Halls of the Dubai World Trade Centre for the exhibiting companies.

 


Opening hours:

Monday, 21 June

Tuesday, 22 June 

Wednesday, 23 June 

Thursday, 24 June 

09:30 – 18:00

09:30 – 18:00

09:30 – 18:00

09:30 – 17:00


How to get there

Location Map


Metro

The Dubai Metro system is a reliable, air-conditioned service with stations near most of Dubai's city hotels. Dubai World Trade Centre has its own station located directly next to the venue on the Red Line. View metro journey planner.

Metro Park & Ride

Car parking facilities are available on the Red Line at Rashidiya (2,700 Spaces) and Nakheel Harbour & Towers (3,000 spaces), and on the Green Line at Etisalat (3,000 car park spaces).

Taxis

Taxis in Dubai are easy to find (especially outside hotels), low cost and will be able to drop you directly outside the venue. You can book a taxi directly through RTA on +971 (0) 4 208 08 08

 

Car Parking at Dubai World Trade Centre

There are very few parking options around the venue, so wherever possible we would strongly recommend using one of the above options to avoid long queues.

  • Car Parks 1A, 1B & 1C are free of charge and located off 312th Road, close to the Convention Gate / Novotel entrance, as well as additional parking near the Za’abeel Hall entrance.
  • There are two Multi-Storey Car Parks which have a nominal parking fee per hour and are located behind Sheikh Rashid Hall Sheikh Maktoum Hall and also next to Sheikh Rashid Tower (close to Hall 1).

Please note: Vehicles are not allowed to park overnight.
Any vehicle left overnight will incur a penalty fee and DWTC reserves the right to remove all vehicles remaining in the car park after the permitted 24-hour period. Vehicles are not allowed to park within the ‘no parking zones’ and DWTC reserves the right to remove any vehicles that are parked incorrectly or causing obstruction to other road users. Violators will be charged a daily fee plus administration fees. A parking token is issued on arrival and must be submitted for payment on departure. A lost parking token will be charged in addition to the respective hourly parking charges and is not refundable
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 10 March 2021: Arab Health and Medlab Middle East, the largest exhibitions for the healthcare and laboratory industry in the MENA region, generated more than AED 3.7 billion worth of business during the 2020 edition of the show, a year-on-year increase of 3.7%. The exhibitions also contributed over AED 756 million to the Dubai economy through direct and indirect spending from visitors and exhibitors.

Furthermore, according to recent research by Informa Markets, 85% of healthcare and laboratory key visitors surveyed stated they would like to attend live events again.

Careem

We have partnered with Careem to offer 20% off 8 rides max discount AED 20 from 21 - 24 June 2021. 

You can download the Careem app via Playstore or Appstore and book your ride to the show. 

Valid on Careem Economy, Max, Business and Kids car type

Use Code: MEDLABME20