The Green Planet is offering unlimited summer access for this bargain price

Take shelter from the summer heat in Dubai’s indoor rainforest

The Green Planet is offering unlimited summer access for this bargain price
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Looking for somewhere to escape the summer heat? How about an indoor tropical rainforest?

The Green Planet is launching a summer pass for UAE residents, where you’ll get unlimited access to the bio-dome throughout summer for Dhs374 for children and Dhs394 for adults.

The passes are available from Monday July 1 until Monday September 30 from the venue in City Walk.

While you’re there, you’ll be able to see the thousand piranhas that now call the manmade rainforest their home.

Now part of its ever-growing family of flora and fauna, the red-bellied species – deemed as one of the most aggressive and dangerous of their kind – are known for their razor-sharp bites, capable of taking mouth-sized chunks of flesh out of other creatures.

You can also pay a visit to the bats, chill with the slow lorises, hang out with the resident sloths or get up close and personal with a snake.

In addition, The Green Planet summer pass holders will also get to enjoy 20 percent off at The Green Planet Café and The Green Planet gift shop and will be able to bring up to four friends along at a 20 percent discounted rate.

We can’t wait to embrace our wild side.
Dhs265 (kids), Dhs295 (adults). Mon July 1-Mon Sep 30. City Walk, www.thegreenplanetdubai.com.

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