Spend a day with Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir Khan in Dubai for Dh285

Dubai Parks and Resorts, the developer of the Dh10.5 billion theme park destination, revealed the cost of single park tickets for 2017 in their latest company presentation. (Supplied)

The three Khans of Bollywood – Shah Rukh, Salman and Aamir – will have their presence felt in Dubai’s Bollywood Parks and visitors will be able to spend a full day with them for just Dh285.

And those looking to spend time with their famous cartoon characters such as The Smurfs, Kung Fu Panda and Shrek in motiongate Dubai will have to pay Dh330 a day, while Legoland Dubai and Legoland Waterpark will be priced at Dh295 and Dh245, respectively.

Dubai Parks and Resorts, the developer of the Dh10.5 billion theme park destination, revealed the cost of single park tickets for 2017 in their latest company presentation.


It stated that the “2017 single park ticket pricing has been adjusted to be in line with regional ticket prices and reflect individual parks product offering in the context of destination and local market.”

“These prices are indicative and subject to change,” the company mentioned.

It further revealed that the Top 5 and Top 20 international theme park median prices were significantly above their projected ticket prices.

“Ticket prices based on entertainment value provided and clear lack of regional pricing benchmarks as the regional offering largely consists of waterparks,” the company presentation informed.


In an investor call held post the announcement of its third quarter 2015 result, Dubai Parks and Resorts Chief Financial and Investment Officer Sandesh Pandhare said: “We still have lots of moving parts you know. What we’ve announced is only one aspect of the overall ticket packaging. It’s still too premature we believe for us to update our forecast as a lot of moving pieces basically settle down, we should be able to come back to the market and update.”

Here are the details of various elements of the resort:


# Motiongate Dubai

A Hollywood-inspired theme park that brings together entertainment from DreamWorks Animation, Sony Pictures Studios and Lionsgate. There are five themed zones with 27 attractions spread across four million square feet of land. Parques Reunidos Servicios Centrales will operate the park.

# Legoland Dubai

Spread across 3.2 million square feet, it will have six themed zones with 40 attractions. Merlin Entertainments Plc will operate it.

# Bollywood Parks Dubai


It will be a Bollywood-inspired entertainment destination. Spread across 2.1 million square feet, it will have five themed zones with 16 attractions, which will be operated by Parques Reunidos Servicios Centrales.

# Lapita

A Polynesian-themed family hotel with 503 keys and will include amenities such as multiple pools, spa, business centre and lazy river. Marriott Group will operate it.

# Riverland Dubai

It will be the grand entrance plaza that will interconnect the three theme parks. It will have 220,000 square feet of leasable space and four themed zones: French Village, Boardwalk, India Gate and The Peninsula. It will also have a 1km canal flowing through the development.

# Legoland Water Park


The water park will have over 20 attractions, with more than 70 unique Lego models. It is aimed at children aged 2 to 12 and will be operated by Merlin Entertainments Plc.

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