This Diwali, buy 1 get 1 FREE ticket at Dubai's IMG Worlds

This Diwali, buy 1 get 1 FREE ticket at Dubais IMG Worlds

Dubai - The world's largest indoor theme park is offering 'buy one, get one free' ticket.



By Web Team

Published: Wed 26 Oct 2016, 11:27 AM

Last updated: Wed 26 Oct 2016, 4:35 PM

If you're looking for some fun and frolic this Diwali, head straight to IMG Worlds of Adventure. The world's largest indoor theme park is offering 'buy one, get one free' ticket for admission on 29th and 30th October.
The entrance fee for an adult is Dh300, and for a child it's Dh250. A senior will have to pay only Dh150. Admission is free for children who are less than 1.05m in height.

The offer is valid for UAE residents only and it can't be availed in conjunction to any other offer or promotion. Guests have to mandatorily produce proof of their residence in UAE at the entrance. 
What's in store at the four epic adventure zones...
The Marvel Zone
Spider-Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Captain America, Hawkeye - they're all here. The 350,000 square feet MARVEL zone offers a bunch of MARVEL superhero experiences including the This highly immersive, action-packed 'Avengers: Battle of Ultron' ride - the first 'dark' Avengers ride in the world - and a 3D multimedia experience.
Hulk Epsilon Base 3D: Innovative, 100-seater ride system featuring Hulk as he battles against his deadliest foe, The Leader. Combo of 360-degree projection screens and virtually propels guests through an immersive battle experience.
Spider-Man Doc Ock's Revenge: 400-metre spinning coaster propels guests through the New York skyline with Marvel's famous web-slinger Spider-Man, fighting to save the city from the sinister Doctor Octopus.
Thor Thunder Spin: Dizzying top-spin experience pins guests to their seat as Thor, the Mighty Avenger, attempts to rescue them from the clutches of Loki, God of Mischief.
Avengers Flight of the Quinjets: Suitable for all ages and allows guests to take control of their own two-seater pod.
IMG Boulevard Zone
Like the foyer of the park. You enter here and you're just getting started. It covers 200,000 square feet and the highlight is The Haunted Hotel, which is great fun, and probably our favourite. Kids will love it, and be spooked, too. Also, there's the IMG Boulevard, with F&B offerings, retail shops, or a place to simply sit back and enjoy the ambient street entertainers and performers.
Cartoon Network
The Cartoon Network zone: spans 2,30,000 square feet and will feature exclusive attractions including the first ever Ben 10 5D cinema, which will host up to 1,200 visitors an hour with a 10 minute 3D movie. Alongside the world's largest Ben 10 retail store, the zone will incorporate brands like LazyTown, Adventure Time, The Powerpuff Girls and The Amazing World of Gumball.
Romp along with The Powerpuff Girls, and take a scenic The Ride of OOO with Finn & Jake, or visit the Amazing Ride of Gumball, where Gumball and Darwin's school science project has gone out of control.
Plus, a LazyTown Playground with a challenging rope ladder adventure, and Live Stage Show performances.
The Lost Valley: Dinosaur Adventure
The Lost Valley zone: This one's all about dinosaurs, or as they tell you "over 69 state-of-the-art animatronic dinosaurs". One especially large fellow has a motor in his neck and a range of three movements - turns neck, looks up down, and clenches and de-clenches jaw. Even if you're not one for the rides, it's a cool place to amble about in. There's a pretzels and churros cart. This dino zone also spans 700,000 square feet, including the external coaster 'The Velociraptor', which propels guests to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds on a 1.1 km rollercoaster, the tallest and fastest in Dubai, launching them from prehistoric jungles of the Lost Valley out into the Dubai desert and back. Then there's the Forbidden Territory deep jungle safari ride through prehistoric dinosaurs; Predator, the sharpest drop track in the region featuring a 'beyond-vertical' plummet to Earth; Dino Carousel, more for the kiddies; and Adventure Fortress, an active adventure playground.
(Inputs from Nivriti Butalia)


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