BOLLYWOOD PARKS™ Dubai to Re-Launch with an Entire New Offering for 2021, Including the World's Tallest Swing Ride, Bollywood Skyflyer
The wait is almost over! BOLLYWOOD PARKS Dubai is set to re-launch on 21st January 2021 with nine new and action-packed world-class rides, an authentic Bollywood themed shopping experience at the Bollywood Souq Bazaar, and a spectacular Indian food and beverage offering like never before, including the debut of its Namaste India restaurant.
The highly anticipated re-opening of the park will see the introduction of the worlds tallest swing ride, the Bollywood Skyflyer, that stands at an exhilarating 460-feet tall. The park will also re-open with additional fun-packed family rides and kids attractions that have been inspired by the vibrant Indian culture. These attractions include; Wheel of Stars, a 55-meter ferris wheel, Taxi No.1, an exciting 88-meter family rollercoaster inspired by Mumbais famous yellow-black cabs, and Rodeo Ki Sawari, an exhilarating family ride with triple spinning action that has been inspired by the traditional Indian Rodeo experience.
Hawa Hawai, a colourful family ride that simulates the sense of flying on a hang glider will also be a part of the parks line up of new attractions, as well as Abraa Ka Dabraa, a fun-filled and mystical swinging Abra ride. The Mansoon Masti ride is a splash-tastic family attraction that will take its riders on a twirling and whirling monsoon adventure, and Tanga No. 13 will take riders on a magical trip around the Gateway of India in its ornately decorated horse-drawn carriages. The Rocket simulator is also new for 2021 and offers an adventurous space-shuttle themed tower ride for the kids.
Also, a major part of BOLLYWOOD PARKS Dubais expansion is the new Mela Junction, the home to the parks exciting new rides and one of its most unique and Instagrammable locations. The parks food and beverage offering has also been updated to include an authentic Indian cuisine restaurant, Namaste India, as well as mouth-watering food and beverage experiences across the park, that will give guests the opportunity to discover and enjoy the delicious flavours of Indian street food.
Visitors will also be able to experience the buzz of Mumbais fantastical streets with the introduction of a new shopping destination, Bollywood Souq Bazaar, offering a wide selection of shops and stalls selling fashion and accessories, custom souvenirs, ethnic and handcrafted gifts, urban home decor and lifestyle merchandise sourced from India for a true and authentic Indian shopping experience.
Commenting on the re-opening and the launch of the new rides and attractions at BOLLYWOOD PARKS Dubai
After extensive enhancements, the park has a whole new offering for 2021 that includes new food and beverage outlets, shopping experiences and world-record holding rides. The addition of the nine new and exciting rides will make the BOLLYWOOD PARKS Dubai experience a day out like no other. The Bollywood Skyflyer ride will be the new favourite of adrenaline-seekers, while the additional eight new family rides and kids attractions will bring to life the vibrant culture of India. Each new ride has been designed to give our guests an authentic and immersive experience which will transport them to the very heart of India, without having to leave Dubai. And the fun really doesnt stop here as still to come for the park this year is the launch of the regions first Wooden Coaster, the Bombay Express, which will earn the park another world-record title!
BOLLYWOOD PARKS Dubai is the complete family destination and promises guests a whole day full of exhilarating fun, and an immersive cultural extravaganza that will take them on an array of fantastical journeys through popular Indian culture.
Tickets for BOLLYWOOD PARKS Dubai are now available to purchase online at with a celebratory buy one get one free ticket offer priced at AED 275 for a limited time only. All visitors are required to purchase their tickets online ahead of their visit through the Dubai Parks and Resorts website in advance due to COVID-19 safety restrictions and limited capacity.