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The Hunger Games inspired rides coming to Motiongate at Dubai Parks and Resorts

Dubai Parks and Resorts, the region’s largest theme park destination, announced its new season line up featuring the premiere of the Lionsgate zone at MOTIONGATE™ Dubai and other exciting events on the river at Riverland™ Dubai.
 
The Lionsgate zone at MOTIONGATE™ Dubai, which will shortly be unveiled to the public, features the world’s first rides and attractions inspired by the international blockbuster movie series ‘The Hunger Games’.   
 
Riverland™ Dubai, the themed dining, retail and entertainment district at the centre of Dubai Parks and Resorts has also announced its season line up of free events including Circus on the River in November and Pets on the River in December and a host of new events during public holidays.  Live outdoor entertainment and alfresco dining along the scenic river will also return, giving friends and families the opportunity to come together and enjoy everything the destination has to offer.
 
Effective from 1st September 2017, UAE Residents will be able to take advantage of the winter season rates of AED 165 for a day ticket to MOTIONGATE™ Dubai, LEGOLAND® Dubai and LEGOLAND® Water Park and AED 95 for a day ticket to BOLLYWOOD PARKS™ Dubai.  The UAE Resident Rate is available online or at the gate for up to 5 tickets upon presentation of a valid Emirates ID.
 
Non-resident ticket prices have also been announced for the winter season, with day tickets ranging from AED 235 per park or AED 285 for two parks. These prices are available from 1st September 2017 giving guests the opportunity to experience over 100 rides and attractions at the destination. Ticket prices are the same for adults and children, with kids below the age of 3 entering free.

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