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Dubai parks and resorts
Written by Siddhi on April 28, 2020 Share on

A fun day at Dubai parks and Resorts

With thousands and hundreds of tourists visiting Dubai every year, the entertainment city of the world needs no introduction! Ultra-modern architecture, lively nightlife, magnificent Burj Khalifa views of the beautiful skylines, Dubai is full of glory and a pretentious lifestyleDubai took the first initiative of integrating a collection of theme parks to provide a differentiated experience for tourists as well as enhancing Dubai tourism. Dubai Parks and Resorts is located on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai and is one of the largest leisure theme parks from 2016 onwards.

Dubai Parks and Resorts
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Dubai Parks and Resorts has more than 100 rides and is 25,000,000 square widespread with three theme parks and one waterpark. It also has numerous food courts and fine dining options within the parks.

Dubai Parks And Resorts boasts three theme parks which makes it unique from other parks. The Bollywood Park Dubai, Legoland, and Motiongate are the theme parks and the Legoland is the Water Park. It also owns a well-known dining themed area called the Riverland which has one Lapita Hotel, which is a five-star Polynesian hotel.

Motion Gate in Dubai
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Motiongate – Dubai Parks and Resorts

This theme park is inspired by Hollywood, and is divided into five zones: Studio Central, Dreamworks, the Smurf Village, Columbia Pictures and the Lionsgate. You can get to see behind-the-scenes of all marvel movies and give you a better experience than real-life movie sets when in Studio Central. No doubt, this is the place for film making enthusiasts. This theme park has all the three major, well-known filmmaking studios with various attractions on the Lionsgate, Columbia Pictures, the Smurfs and many more.

Riverland – Dubai Parks and Resorts

Riverland is divided into four zones that come together brilliantly to form a unique environment of fun, food, music, celebration and entertainment. These are the French Village, Boardwalk, India Gate, and The Peninsula. Visitors do not require a ticket to access this theme park.

Dubai Parks and Resorts
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Legoland – Dubai Parks and Resorts

The Legoland highlights 15,000 models made of millions of lego bricks, with more than 40 exciting, magnificent rides and various attractions. Families with kids of age 3 to 12 years can have a great experience.
There is also a Legoland Water Park in the same premises, which has more than 20 Lego-themed water slides and attractions like the Duplo toddler play area, wave pool. The water theme park also had a Build-A-Raft River, where the raft can be personalized. It is the region’s only water park created particularly for families that have young kids.

Lapita Hotel

It is a Polynesian themed 5star hotel with a luxurious yet relaxed charm and is perfect for both families and couples. The main highlight of Lapita is the two lagoon style pools in the centre surrounded by palm trees and beautiful flowers. There are large villas with thatch roofs around the pools and so much lush vegetation it feels like you are staying somewhere tropical. It’s a large resort so golf buggies zip around offering you a lift if you need it.

You can experience the best in Dubai parks and resorts by availing a two parks pass and enjoy any two parks on the same day and this also cuts the cost drastically. There are also annual passes available which gives you additional benefits. 

How to reach Dubai Parks & Resorts?

Dubai Parks and Resorts is located in one of the prime regions of Dubai, the Sheikh Zayed road. The park is about 20 to 30 minutes from the Dubai international airport, Deira and Bur Dubai regions. You can rent a car and get to the place or also take a metro, renting a car is a better option as you may not have to walk longer and will be dropped directly at the park.

Best time to visit Dubai Parks & Resorts

You can visit the park on all weekdays thursday and friday, the closing time is an hour early. The park opens by 10:00 am and closes by 9:00 pm

Entry fees 

The entry fees for the park is around 495 AED (approximately 9,376 INR) for adults and 435 AED (approximately 8,240 INR) for children between 3 to 12 years.

Never miss out on adding this park to your Dubai itinerary as it is one of the largest integrated theme parks and families with children can have a great time here. We at PickYourTrail customise itineraries for all vacations and you can reach out to us and check some of our tour packages to Dubai.

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