Season 27 of Global Village has plenty of surprises up its sleeve!

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With just a day left for the gates to open, get your walking shoes ready for a trip across 90+ cultures at Global Village Dubai Season 27 2022.

If you’ve been in the UAE for a while, a visit to Global Village is either on or ticked off your bucket list. So you’ll be happy to know that Season 27 is just around the corner!

The region’s leading multicultural family destination will open on 25 October, from 6pm to midnight. Fret not, for the two-hour late opening only applies to the first day of the much-awaited season.

Celebrating over 90 cultures with 27 massive pavilions, there are plenty of things old and new for visitors to look forward to! While there are different price points for tickets (with a new value ticket being introduced), buying online remains 10% cheaper than at the counters.

In addition to the standard pavilions, Global Village is also introducing Qatar and Oman pavilions this year.

 

 

To ensure visitors take a trip to countries not accounted for, there’s an all-new Road of Asia. This pedestrian street is set to feature 43 kiosks from 13 Asian countries, carrying authentic products from Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Brunei, Laos, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Vietnam, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, and the Philippines!

Want a bird’s eye view of the park?

The Global Village Big Balloon ride will take you 200 feet above the ground, offering you picturesque views of Dubai’s skyline and the pavilions, of course. But if you need more adrenaline, head to the House of Fear, labelled the scariest in town!

Opening hours will revert to 4pm from 27 October 27 until Ramadan. Tuesdays will remain reserved exclusively for families and ladies, barring the opening day of course.

With plenty of new dining outlets and exciting events lined up, this season is going to be epic.

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Caroline D’Almeida

A little bit of India, a little more of the UAE, and a lot of shawarma perhaps best captures Caroline’s anatomy. An avid believer in value for money, her hobbies include putting the ‘elite lifestyle’ to the test. And finding cheaper dupes for it all. A Sharjah girl new to the capital, she hopes to discover the pulse of the emirate.