'Abu Dhabi Pass' for tourists: Up to 40% discount at entertainment spots, cultural centres

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The Abu Dhabi Pass is issued in three packages – smart, classic and explorer. Photo: IANS

Abu Dhabi: 'Abu Dhabi Pass,' which can get tourists discounts of up to 40% at some of the major attractions in the Emirate has been launched. The pass holders can enjoy the entertainment spots and cultural centres including the various theme parks in Abu Dhabi at a discounted rate. You could also utilize the pass to avail exclusive discounts while booking accommodation in hotels, travelling and purchasing mobile sim cards. The initiative, which is part of the ‘Experience Abu Dhabi’ scheme, has been launched in partnership with Alike.

The Abu Dhabi pass is issued in three packages – smart, classic and explorer. With the pass, visitors can explore spots like the Louvre Abu Dhabi, Qasr Al Hosn, the BMX Park at Circuit X, Yas Theme Park and the water world too. You could also embark on an adventurous desert safari or experience the unique cultural history of Abu Dhabi.

Three types of packages
The smart package pass could be purchased for 114 dirhams. Using this pass, you could visit seven entertainment and cultural centres up to three times at a discounted rate of 30%. Besides, a 5% discount is available for hotel booking too.

The classic package costs 371 dirhams and allows entry at sixteen centres up to six times. The visitors could avail of discounts of up to 35% at the entertainment and cultural spots and up to 5% while booking accommodation at hotels.

The exclusive explorer package for 488 dirhams will get you discounts of up to 40% at nineteen centres. Moreover, you could visit these places up to ten times within a stipulated duration. Besides, the visitors could book hotels at a discounted rate of up to 10%. 

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