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Expo City Dubai reopens

People who visited the Expo City enjoyed an emotional reunion with some of their most favourite attractions

by Tanvir Awan
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Expo City Dubai welcomed the visitors from all across the UAE as it officially opened its doors on Saturday.

People who visited the Expo City enjoyed an emotional reunion with some of their most favourite attractions, a year since the start of the Expo 2020 Dubai.

The authorities opened the Vision Pavilion and the Women’s Pavilions a month after the official opening of Alif and Terra pavilions, which started welcoming the visitors from first week of September 2022.

Visitors can now enjoy free daily access to the Surreal water feature and the iconic Al Wasl Plaza. Tickets for Garden in the Sky observation tower can be bought at the venue.

Around 50 staff members of the Expo City Dubai and their families opened the Sustainability Entry Portal, welcoming the public. Al Wasl reawakened in spectacular style, with a stunning light show to celebrate the collaborative and spirit of the innovation-driven city of the future.

Ticket Price

Expo City’s Dhs120 one-day Attractions Pass gives visitors a chance to get entry to Alif, Terra, the Vision Pavilion and the Women’s Pavilions. These pavilions at the Expo City Dubai are open daily from 10:00am to 6:00pm, with more pavilions to be added as they open.

Alternatively, people can buy individual pavilion tickets for Dhs50 per person per pavilion.

Children aged 12 and under are free. Entry for the people of determination is also free.

A trip to Garden in the Sky costs Dhs30.

Food and Beverages

Visitors don’t need to be worried about the food as Expo City Dubai also welcomed the return of some of most famous food and beverage vendors, which include Emirati Al Fanar Restaurant & Café, ECCO Pizza & Pasta and the popular Albaik from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Food trucks, including The Mattar Farm Express, B Café, Wofl, Tropicool, Daily Dose and Milky Ice Cream from Poland will offer a range of quick bites, coffees, frozen treats and smoothies. More food outlets will be opened in the coming days.

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