It's Middle East and North Africa's first and largest integrated resort and theme park providing world class entertainment to visitors from around the globe. The gigantic park gives you more a dozen reasons to visit Dubai in all its more than a 100 rides and a mix of exciting attractions, theme parks and a water park. Without further ado, let's get into the nitty gritties of the park.
Make your Movie Dreams Come True
Movie lovers, we all have fantasies from big screen. Well, at Bollywood parks and Motiongate Dubai, you quite literally live the life on your favorite movies. To be more precise, Bollywood is dedicated to Hindi films, whilst Motiongate is dedicated to all exciting things Hollywood.
Bollywood features upto 16 rides and attractions including:
Attractions based on movies including Lagaan, Don, Ra-One, Sholay, Krish, Mughal-E-Azam
A restaurant and nightclub Rock On with live performances
A larger than life opera live dance show Jan-E-Jigaar
Motiongate features rides and attractions themed around hollywood's biggest blockbusters including:
Hunger-Games themed store
Play areas themed around Shrek, Madagascar, how to train your dragon, Kung Fu Panda
It's a magical world of Legoland 🙂 Step in and experience the beauty and mystery of the wonderful Lego structures, characters in costumes, fun, cheerful activities and mind blowing attractions that will make your trip memorable for days to come.
The park is ideal for families with children aged 2-12 years making it the ultimate park for a family day out.
At the heart of the park is Miniland, where millions of Lego bricks have been used to recreate scenes and popular landmarks in UAE and Middle East (not found anywhere in the world). Interesting to note, this is the world's 7th Legoland and the first of the kind in the region. Additionally, it has over 40 attractions and rides all themed around the colorful, little bricks.
Legoland Water Park
The water park is one of a kind not only in the region, but on a global scale. The water park is themed around Legos and perfect for families with children aged 2-12 years. It features wave pools, rides most if not all with the opportunity to build own Legos for floats.
It offers a whole new world of boundless creativity, a pop of color and vibrance on a new level. The water lovers paradise is the ultimate place to cool off after a day at Dubai parks and resorts.
The fun, dining and retail destination at Dubai Parks Tickets. This zone is accessible to all at an absolutely no cost. Therefore, there's no reason to not freely stroll along the river, enjoy and explore the stunning French village and other cultures, plus you can shop until you drop in the over 50 restaurants and shops.
To get the most out of Dubai Parks, pay visit to the four star hotel managed by Marrlott.
Getting to Dubai Parks
The park is approximately 50 minutes drive from Dubai international airport (DXB). Precisely off Sheikh Zayed Rd and near Dubai outlet village mall. Means of transport include taking a taxi/uber from the airport or hotel. However, a complimentary shuttle is available but on a first come, first serve basis as it only has a limited capacity of 40 guests per trip.
Cost of tickets
Children under 3 years of age access the park at an absolutely no fee. The cost of online tickets is way cheaper than at the gate by roughly 11-14%. Check itickets.ae for discounted prices to the park.
Best time to visit the park
Note, the region has great weather in the months of September through to March. It's simply the summer season. Don't be discouraged though by the high temperatures because Dubai Parks is well equipped with more than 70 cooling stations and besides, majority of the rides and attractions are indoors.
More reason to visit Dubai Parks
Besides a thrilling water park and fun play venues, you also get to experience a world record breaking roller coaster
By visiting the park, you'll be experiencing UAE's largest multi-themed leisure and entertainment destination with five different theme parks
It's a special fun spot for kids with unmatched entertainment for the little ones
The only place to enjoy the compelling Polynesian heritage in Dubai.
Legoland Water Park is Middle East's first water park designed for families with young children
Interesting Facts Dubai Parks
The park cost approximately 2.8 billion euros to completion
The park covers a massive 30.6 million square feet qualifying it as the largest park in Middle East
The park is made up of three separate theme parks, water park, a nicely themed dining and retail district and finally a Polynesian themed family hotel.
The ruler of Dubai Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid officiated the opening of the park in a flashy ceremony
The Legoland in the park is the first in the region and features over 15,000 Lego models made up of more than 60 million LEGO bricks.
Legoland has six themed lands featuring Kingdoms, Adventure, Miniland, Imagination, Factory and Lego City.
The tallest Lego sculpture in the world is Burj Khalifa's replica made up of 438,000 Lego bricks
Motiongate is divided into three smaller sections including Columbia Pictures, DreamWorks, Lionsgate and a Smurfs village. The zone also features 27 rides and attractions including the world's fastest roller coaster inspired by the world of hunger games
Bollywood parks is the first of the kind in the world featuring all things Bollywood-dance, romance and art.
At Bollywood parks, guests can make and appear in their own Bollywood movies or chill and enjoy upto 30 different shows which happen everyday with over 400 performers and 200 bollywood dancers.
The park was officially opened in 2016
The future of Dubai Parks
Very soon, the famous Six Flags Dubai and Dubai's own Legoland Dubai hotel coming to this already awesome complex is looming. If you thought you've seen it all in Dubai, stay tuned for more surprises at Dubai Parks & Resorts.