Dubai: Visitors to witness big balloon ride, Global Village declares

Dubai: The Global Village of United Arab Emirates is going to take travellers to new heights during their season 27 on October 25.

Dubai: The Global Village of United Arab Emirates is going to take travellers to new heights during their season 27 on October 25.

A helium balloon ride will see the travellers to take off from 200 feet above the ground, which offers 360-degree bird’s eye views of the beautiful park and the Dubai skyline.


Along with this, the ‘Global Village Big Balloon’ can accommodate up to 20 people of all ages as well as is also suitable for individuals of determination.

The helium balloon, which is as high as a six-storey building as well as measures 65 feet in diameter, which is set to become a new leading light in the sky.

Earlier, the attraction made the announcement of new experiences, including a third entrance, the Happiness Gate, which will give visitors an alternative to entering the venue.

In addition, new ticket options will be introduced in the season.

New ticket options will be present in the upcoming season 27. A ‘Value’ ticket, valid from Sunday to Thursday (excluding public holidays), this will encourage weekday visits. At the same time, an ‘Any Day’ ticket gives visitors the flexibility to get access in Global Village any day they like. Tickets purchased on the Global Village app or website will be discounted by 10 percent. Prices of the entry ticket start at just Dh18.

Friendship and family groups of up to eight people can hire cabanas as part of a new premium experience.


“We make sure our customers can enjoy fresh and interesting attractions every season,” said Naveen Jain, head of business development at Global Village. Many individuals have a bucket list item that includes taking a balloon trip, so we’re pleased to be able to give our visitors this chance. We’ll be announcing more family-friendly activities as the season gets closer to its start.


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