Dubai Parks and Resorts to reopen this September with new rides

Ticket offers now on sale for Bollywood Parks Dubai and Motiongate Dubai

Dubai Parks and Resorts to reopen this September with new rides

If you’ve been missing out on all the exciting rollercoasters and theme park fun in Dubai, it won’t be much longer until you get back into the swing of it.

Dubai Parks and Resorts has revealed it will reopen this September, and to celebrate it’s offering tickets at discounted prices – and there's new rides coming with it.

Opening its doors on Wednesday September 23, the popular entertainment destination will be opening up two of its parks, including Bollywood Parks Dubai and Motiongate Dubai.

Tickets for both can be reserved right now, with special offer on sale at both parks until Tuesday September 22.

Those opting for some Bollywood movie madness can get their tickets for Dhs99, and the opening even comes with new rides to check out.

As for Motiongate Dubai, which will also boasts new attractions, there’s a special buy one, get one free offer, meaning its Dhs275 for you and that someone special to bring along.


Dubai Parks and Resorts will be following safety guidelines, including cleaning and hygiene standards and will have arrangements for safe distancing.

It also hosts some of the best rollercoasters in Dubai, and if you’re after a sneak peek, check them all out right here.

And, for more indoor activities to try out to beat the summer heat, click here.

For more things to do in Dubai, we’ve got you covered right here

We’ll see you there.
Dhs99 (Bollywood Parks), Dhs275 (Motiongate Dubai). Wed Sep 23, 11am-8pm. Dubai Parks and Resorts, Sheikh Zayed Road, www.motiongatedubai.com (800 2629464).

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