Digital Health Live will take place at Dubai's World Trade Centre.
Exhibition Venue Address
Sheikh Maktoum Hall
Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre – DICEC
PO Box 9292
United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 (0) 4 332 1000 – http://www.dwtc.com
DWTC Venue Map / Car Park Map
Car parks are available for organisers, exhibitors and visitors within the perimeter of the Venue. The car parks operate on a first come, first-served basis.
- Car Park 1a: Free, opposite Convention Gate (capacity: 425 cars)
- Car Park 1b: Free, opposite Convention Gate (capacity: 540 cars)
- Car Park 1c: Free, opposite Convention Gate (capacity: 1,490 cars)
- Car Park 2: Free, opposite Za’abeel Entrance (capacity: 500 cars)
- Multi-storey Car Park: Paid, behind Sheikh Rashid Hall (capacity: 1,385 cars)
- Multi-storey Car Park: Paid, behind the Arena Hall (capacity: 885 cars)
Paid Parking Policy
A nominal parking fee per hour is applicable from Saturdays to Fridays. A parking token is issued on arrival and must be submitted for payment on departure. Lost parking tokens will be charged in addition to the respective hourly parking charge—a fee which is not refundable.
Vehicles are not allowed to park overnight, or to park within the ‘no parking zones.’ Any vehicle left overnight or parked incorrectly and / or causing obstruction to other road users will be charged a daily fee plus administration fees. DWTC reserves the right to remove all vehicles violating the above.
We have preferred room rates available in hotels surrounding the Dubai World Trade Centre. Please note that room rates are based upon availability, and nuviun recommends booking as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment.
To book a room, please click here.
The Dubai World Trade Centre is located directly off the main Sheikh Zayed Road—the city’s main highway and commercial skyscraper corridor. Parking details have been provided above.
Featuring the world’s longest automated train system, Dubai Metro links Dubai World Trade Centre to all major tourist attractions—including Dubai’s city centre, major malls and hotels, traditional market ‘souk’ areas, and Burj Khalifa—the world’s tallest tower.
So wherever you are travelling from, albeit the airport or further afield, the metro offers direct access.
Metered taxis across the city are easy to find, well-regulated and are clean and comfortable. Those that prefer can opt for ladies-only taxis driven by women.
If you are flying into Dubai, then taxis are located directly outside of the airport terminals, and typically cost around 60 AED for a trip to the Dubai World Trade Centre.