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Dubai Parks and Resorts to open zone inspired by The Hunger Games

The theme park destination also announces its winter line-up and prices

A family walks towards Motiongate park's entrance. Reem Mohammed / The National
A family walks towards Motiongate park's entrance. Reem Mohammed / The National

The Lionsgate zone, which will soon be opened to the public, features the world’s first rides and attractions inspired by the international blockbuster movie series. The main ride, the Capitol Bullet Train, is a half-pipe rollercoaster that takes visitors on an adrenaline-filled journey from District 12 to the Capitol. Park-goers can also take a 3D flight, Panem Ariel Tour, which takes in iconic landmarks from multiple films.

Dubai Parks and Resorts also announced its winter line-up and prices. Riverland Dubai, the retail and entertainment district at the heart of the resort, will host free events, including Circus on the River, Pets on the River, live outdoor entertainment and al fresco dining.

The season begins on September 1. UAE residents will pay Dh165 for access to Motiongate and Legoland, while access to Bollywood Parks is Dh95. Non-resident tickets range from Dh235 per park or Dh285 for two parks.

For more information visit www.dubaiparksandresorts.com


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Updated: August 20, 2017 03:25 PM



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