NITN | @notintownlive | 06 May 2019
The Dubai Pass, an all-inclusive, pre-paid pass, created by Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) and iVenture Card is offering users access to 48 experiences so that you may create your own tailor-made Dubai experience.
In addition to the 33 experiences already listed on Dubai Pass (including Wild Wadi Waterpark, Burj Khalifa, Dubai Parks and Resorts, IMG Worlds of Adventure, Desert Safari Tours, Dubai Frame and LEGOLAND), pass holders now also have access to the following attractions: Emirati Kashta Cultural Tours, City Van Tours Skyline Tour, Laguna Water Park, Hub Zero, The Green Planet, Mattel Play Town, Flying Cup, Bateaux Dubai (Al Seef Cultural Area) Sunset Cruise, Bookmywifi, Grayline Audio Commentary Tour Traditional City Tour, Grayline Audio Commentary Modern City Tour, TEPfactor, Amazon Tour Canal Cruise, VR Park, and Reel Cinema.
With options to purchase the Dubai Select, Dubai Flexi or Dubai Unlimited Pass, users may explore the best of the city with more flexibility and at better value.
According to a Visit Dubai release, users can save up to 60 per cent overall on Dubai’s leading leisure spots.
Passes can be bought a maximum of six months in advance of travel date. But these are valid for a pre-determined number of days.
Additionally, with the purchase of every Dubai Pass, visitors can also enjoy a 50 per cent discount on tickets to one of the city’s leading shows, La Perle by Dragone, by simply presenting their Dubai Pass upon purchase of the tickets.
For details and advance purchase: www.visitdubai.com
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