Global Village is open for Season 26, with new attractions, 15 brand new stage shows, exceptional food concepts and truly unique shopping experiences. But there is more good news here now. Season 26 of Global Village will be now extended until May 7. Do not miss out on the new features of Dubai’s Global Village. Be ready to be amazed by a 75-feet-high dive tower, jet-ski fire-jumps, and gravity-defying double fly-board action stunts. For the first time in the Middle East, Chase Testa, a high diver, and James Robert Curtis, the UK’s leading fly boarder, will perform water stunts that will have you biting your nails.
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Bader Anwahi, Chief Executive Officer, Global Village, said: “In partnership with major international brands, we will be introducing the first Peter Rabbit Adventure Zone attraction in the world and have added a 4D moving theatre to the Ripley’s ‘Believe It Or Not!’ experience. This season will be a significant one as we introduce strong new original content and concepts.”
— The National (@TheNationalNews) October 27, 2021
What is Global Village?
A huge, multi-cultural theme park, Global Village Dubai has so much to see and do. Full of global pavilions, heaps of cultural shows, carnival rides, street food stands, the region’s first oddity museum, Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, and loads more.
The Carnaval is home to more than 170 rides, games and attractions for the entire family. From exhilarating thrill rides to the much-loved kids’ zone, Carnaval brings “a whole new meaning to what “fun” is.
To say you’ll be overwhelmed with choices is an understatement, with more than 200 restaurants and cafes. Along with Global Village favourites, Fiesta and Happiness Streets, the newly named Firework Avenue boasts a fountain feature, plenty of seating and fantastic street food options.
Inspired by Thailand’s world-famous ‘Umbrella Market’, the new Railway Market is a dessert lover’s paradise. The new Dragon Lake backdrop, the Floating Market now overlooks the new fire fountain show featuring a 20-metre long fire-breathing dragon, reports The Khaleej Times.
The Main Stage is ready for new productions including Puttin’ on the Glitz, Here Comes the Boom! by Urban Crew, After Dark, SLAM!, The Scatty Chapati, Clowns to the Rescue, and Absolute Bollywood. Global Village will be hosting international shows and entertainers such as Burn The Floor, Swing Latino and AAINJA. Harbour Force – a new stunt show.
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Global Village has announced a new pricing as part of its digital transformation strategy. The ticket price will remain Dh15 online and will be Dh20 at the gate. Global Village’s mobile app allows guests to purchase tickets, pay for parking, top up the Wonder Pass and navigate the Park.
- Saturday to Wednesday from 4:00pm until 12:00am.
- On Thursday, Friday, and all public holidays, opening hours are 4:00pm until 1:00am.
- Entry gates are closed half an hour before Global Village’s closing time.
- Mondays are exclusively reserved for ladies and families except on public holidays.
How to get to Dubai’s Global Village
If you’re looking to travel to Dubai’s Global Village by bus, you’re in luck as buses are restarting for the new season. Deluxe coaches will be laid on for visitors this season. The four routes are Route 102 from Rashidiya Metro Station, Route 103 from Union Metro Station, Route 104 from Al Ghubaiba Bus Station, and Route 106 from Mall of Emirates Metro Station. There is also plenty of parking, as well as an RTA taxi area.
Be it ‘Ripley’s Believe It Or Not’, the Carnaval, the dining, Global Village is indefinite fun for everyone, with zero exceptions!
— Stallion Tours (@ToursStallion) October 25, 2021
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