Visit Green Planet Dubai And Enjoy Free Breakfast Or Lunch

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman
Visit Green Planet Dubai And Enjoy Free Breakfast Or Lunch

Summer is here and if you’re look at some indoor fun, head over to Green Planet. Dubai’s favorite attraction is now open to the public along with a lip-smacking deal. Visitors who come over can enjoy a free meal at the refurbished ‘rainforest-themed’ Green Planet Café.

In case you’re looking at stepping outdoors, Dubai’s Beaches Are Now Open To The Public.

From Monday to Thursday, visitors who purchase a general admission ticket can enjoy free breakfast or lunch at the cafe. The refurbished ‘rainforest-themed’ cafe is open daily between 10 am-6 pm. The cafe is a great place to unwind and relax after visiting the indoor ecosystem.

Set in an authentic forest-setting, this is perfect to embark on the ultimate jungle-esque family breakfast, lunch or dinner. Tuck into the indulgent all-day Green Planet Big Breakfast or opt for a healthy Acai Bowl. Foodies can also enjoy a creamy Pesto Chicken and Mushroom Pasta, a range of pizzas and burgers.

Guests can witness live feeding of over 1,000 piranhas, sign up for the Australian Walkabout- an all-new thrilling Australian animal experience, which promises to take visitors on a journey to the ‘Land Down Under’ or enjoy a sloth encounter. Whatever it is, there’s a lot to keep the entire family entertained. Meanwhile, did you know the Dubai Fountain Has Resumed Operations? 

Also take a look at All The Places Open In Dubai Right Now and plan you’re weekend well ahead.

Location: The Green Planet, City Walk
Offer: Complimentary Breakfast or Lunch at the Green Planet
Timings: Sunday-Thursday from 10am to 6pm
Cost: AED 120 on the gate and AED 110 online

What Else?

For those who wish to take a tour of the garden and enjoy lush greenery while staying indoors, the Volunteer Park Conservatory in Seattle is live-streaming plants to help you have a little digital escape. Isn’t that a great way to unwind?

The Volunteer Park also boasts a Victorian glasshouse which it calls a ‘true jewel’ in the crown of Seattle Parks. The glasshouse is inspired by London’s Crystal Palace and was built in 1912. The whole glasshouse is surrounded by lush lawns, but the true gem is preserved inside. The greenhouse in the glass house showcases different tropical and subtropical plant life.

And if that’s not enough entertainment, Dubai now now has a new way that takes you on an armchair trip to Dubai’s stunning museums. Dubai Media Office has announced the launch of six fully immersive 360-degree online museums, right from the comfort of your couch!

Get a sneak peek of the exhibits on show inside Al Naif Museum or enjoy a historical tour to the Etihad Museum. The museum takes you back in time, letting you soak in UAE’s rich history. The other museums you can visit include:

-Al Fihidi Historical Neighbourhood’s SIKKA 18 museum
-The Museum of the Poet Al Oqaili, Deira
-The Majlis Ghorfat Umm Al Sheif
-The Souk museum, Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood

Meanwhile, if you’re wondering how to keep kids occupied while staying at home, check out this list of 10 Fun Indoor Activities To Do With Kids When You’re Quarantined