Get ready to experience amazing at the Dubai Parks & Resorts theme park. With over 100 rides and attractions, it is in fact really four parks in one, together with a dining and entertainment area. Opened in late 2016, it's another major destination for family holidays to Dubai.
Situated in the south of Dubai, the park is also handy for guests staying in Abu Dhabi. It's packed with a mix of rides - rollercoasters, theatres and live shows, water slides, plus a wave pool. A range of ticket options available include one, two or multi-day tickets, single park tickets, as well as family packages.
This Hollywood-inspired zone captures the magic of the movies combined with high-tech rides. Bringing together Sony Pictures and DreamWorks Animation, there are five themed zones offering something for everyone. Studio Central celebrates Hollywood's golden age; Sony Pictures Studios has rides inspired by films such as Ghostbusters and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs; Smurf's Village is a must for mini-fans; Lionsgate is a teen's zone and includes the world's first themed zone inspired by The Hunger Games; while Dreamworks is a family-orientated focussing on the Hollywood hits of Madagascar, Kung Fu Panda and Shrek.
With 16 rides and attractions, 20 daily performances, six themed restaurants, plus a Broadway-style Bollywood musical, Bollywood Parks Dubai is a celebration of Mumbai's film industry. This is a zone perfect for epic entertainment and high production values.
The tried and tested Legoland formula is now here in Dubai, the brand's seventh park worldwide, and ideal for younger children from 2 to 12 years. With 15,000 Lego models and 40 themed rides, including 45 mini electric cars at Lego City, there's fun for everyone. Legoland is split into 6 themed areas including Kingdoms, Adventure, Lego City and the most popular attraction, Miniland where over 20 million bricks have been used, including a 'mini' replica of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa.
The only water park in the emirate specifically designed for the family market and children from 2 to 12 years. There are 20 water slides, suitable for tots to pre-teens, plus a wave pool and a river ride. The Imagination Station lets budding young engineers build bridges and dams and then see how their constructions stand up to the water.
The dining and entertainment area of the whole park area, offering everything from street food to 5* restaurants. There are some 50 restaurants and shops, spread along a half-mile canal waterfront and divided into four zones: Renaissance France, 19th Century Europe; colonial India; and 1950's America.
Dubai Parks & Resorts is a major addition to the all-year round family attractions in the emirate. Designed for children of all ages, the park is packed with fun and adventure. Whatever the length of your family holiday in Dubai, there's a variety of ticket options, including multi-day passes as well as entry to single areas, such as Legoland. It's always cheaper to pre-purchase tickets and combine as part of your holiday package, so call the Mahlatini travel specialists and let us tailor your Dubai holiday experience.
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