happenings this month Play Mini Golf For Free At Global Village Until 7 November
Play Mini Golf For Free At Global Village Until 7 November
Updated on 03 November 2023

Global Village, the multicultural family destination offering culture, entertainment, dining, shopping, and amusements is now open for 28 Season. With 27 pavilions, this entertainment hub features a variety of new attractions, including the exciting addition of Mini World. Mini World, located behind Restaurant Alley, offers a chance to view 25 famous global landmarks up close. You can see the Eiffel Tower from Paris, the Taj Mahal in Agra, the Colosseum in Rome, the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Sphinx in Cairo, the Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, and the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, all in one spot. And if that's not it, mini golf at Mini World is offering a free game until Tuesday, 7 November. 

The 18-hole mini-golf course provides adventure and fun for individuals of all ages. It's an ideal place to have a great time with friends and family, as you navigate through donut slides, towering structures, and twisting tubes. The best part is, you can enjoy all of this at no cost until 7 November.

In addition to Mini World, Global Village has lined up a whopping 40,000 shows featuring top-notch artists, beloved characters, concerts, street performances, and much more. They're all set to dazzle you with the finest entertainment. 

In terms of tickets, if you buy tickets through the mobile app or website, you'll enjoy a 10% discount. Day tickets are priced at Dhs 30 when purchased at the entrance, but you can get them for Dhs 27 online. Value tickets, on the other hand, are Dhs 25 at the gate or Dhs 22.5 when purchased online.

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