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The Green Planet is an innovative indoor rainforest in the heart of Dubai, offering visitors the chance to get close to tropical flora and fauna as they climb to the canopy of a mighty tree. Explore in your own time or book an animal encounter to add some extra excitement to your trip.
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6 tips for visiting the Green Planet

The Stairs to the Canopy | Flickr: Jeremy Thompson CC BY 2.0
Start in the CanopyThe attraction is a bio-dome that is arranged according to the structure of the rainforest. If you start at the top, in the canopy, you can slowly descend the stairs through the midstory to the forest floor and the flooded rainforest level at the bottom. Along the way, you’ll pass several chances to encounter animals of all different species.
A Trio of Parrots | Flickr: Jeremy Thompson CC BY 2.0
Don’t Touch the AnimalsIn The Green Planet, the animals have the run of the attraction and aren’t fenced inside cages. That means that you can get really close to some of the birds and monkeys once you enter. However, for your safety and the animals’, you should only touch creatures when instructed to do so by a member of staff.
Check the Program Before Your VisitIf there’s a particular animal you’d like to meet, or if you’re interested in feeding times or chatting to the animal keepers about their jobs, then check the website to confirm the times of key activities. Then you can plan your route around the attraction so that you don’t miss anything.
Visit - or Avoid - the BatcaveThe Batcave is exactly what it sounds like, a darkened area of the attraction where bats roam freely. If you’re not fond of the dark or you’re afraid of bats, you might want to give this section a miss. However, if you’re interested in a different kind of zoo experience then the Batcave is the perfect exhibit for you.
Book Animal Encounters in AdvanceFor the health and wellbeing of the animals, there are only a limited number of encounters available per day. If you’re desperate to meet a particular creature then it’s worth booking in advance to secure your place.
Meet the PiranhasEvery day at 4 pm, the piranhas are fed their dinner. The resulting feeding frenzy is fascinating to watch, especially for people who’ve only seen piranhas in cartoons! Experts will also be available to answer any questions that you might have, so it’s well worth going to the piranha aquarium if you’re visiting the attraction at the right time of day.
The Exterior of the Green Planet | Flickr: Jeremy Thompson CC BY 2.0

The Green Planet: An Innovative Zoo Concept

The Green Planet opened its doors in 2016, offering tourists and locals the chance to experience a rainforest. Built around the world’s largest indoor man-made and life-sustaining tree, you can explore four different areas of the tropical forest, from the flooded forest floor to the canopy that houses tropical birds and monkeys. With over 3,000 plants and animals, you can spend hours exploring the different levels and areas. Highlights include the dark and mysterious Batcave and the Australian Walkabout experience.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the ticket options?

The day ticket includes access to all levels of The Green Planet, including the Batcave. Some shorter and more informal animal encounters are also included if you’re at certain parts of the exhibition at the right time. There are four different animal encounter tickets, these include an exclusive interaction with the animal of your choice plus entry to the rest of the attraction. For children, there are also Zookeeper for the Day tickets, which include a special program that introduces them to the different tasks that zookeepers and other animal experts carry out inside The Green Planet to take care of the animal residents. Read more.

Which animal encounters are available?

There are several informal animal encounters that staff can facilitate for any interested guest, including interactions with snakes, millipedes, and hissing roaches. There are four animal encounters that need to be booked in advance. The bird encounter can potentially include several different birds such as parrots and toucans, while the reptile encounter can include a variety of lizards, snakes, geckos, and chameleons. The sloth encounter is 20 to 30 minutes long, during which you’ll spend time with a sloth in a group of up to 10 visitors, while the sugar glider encounter includes 20 minutes with a sugar glider in a group of no more than 6 participants. Read more.

Are there any educational programs on offer?

In addition to the talks given by experts around the attraction during the day, there are several educational programs available for children. For children and young people aged 9 to 16, there’s the chance to be a Zookeeper for a Day. This experience lasts from 8 am to 1.30 pm, including lunch, and kids will be able to help feeding animals, learn about different animal diets and care, and get to visit the laboratories where animals are cared for when they aren’t well enough to be in the exhibits. If you’re a resident of Dubai then your kids might enjoy the TGP Academy, a 10-week educational program for children aged 7 to 14. They’ll get an in-depth look at The Green Planet and will get to see what it’s like to work as an animal keeper, biologist, or vet. Graduates will get a certificate and the title of Junior Biologist! Read more.

How long should I plan for my visit?

You should expect to spend about two hours exploring, factoring in slightly longer with very young children. If you’ve booked an animal encounter then feature the length of the encounter in addition to that time so that you give yourself the opportunity to see the whole attraction after your encounter. Read more.

Is the Green Planet accessible?

Every floor of the attraction and all of its main exhibits can be accessed by wheelchair users, but they may not be able to use the interior bridges which offer slightly different views of the indoor rainforest. If you have any questions about accessibility, the staff at the attraction will be happy to answer them and offer assistance. Read more.

General information

opening hours

The Green Planet is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Final tickets for each day are sold online at 3.30 pm or at the gate at 5 pm.


The Green Planet
City Walk
Al Wasl and Al Safa Road Junction
(Accessible from Sheikh Zayed Road via exit D71 towards Jumeirah)
United Arab Emirates


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Purchasing online, a day pass starts at AED 155 for general entry. Encounters with anteaters, armadillos, and porcupines begin at AED 300 whilst birds and reptiles have an price starting point of AED 335. The sloth interaction combined with a day pass begins from AED 385. All prices referenced are for advance online bookings, with an unspecified discount applicable for presale purchases. Entry remains complimentary for children under two years of age.

how to get there

Free parking is available underneath City Walk, with uncovered overflow parking available directly outside the attraction. If you’re using public transport then you can take bus numbers 7, 28, 81, and C14 to the stop called Dubai Petroleum Corporation 1 which is directly opposite City Walk and The Green Planet.
Anneliese O'Malley
Written byAnneliese O'MalleyAnneliese is a former Londoner, keen traveler, and total word nerd. As a Content Management Specialist she knows the TicketLens inventory inside out and curates, matches, and writes about the most interesting attractions worldwide.
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