THE TOP TEN Things To See In Dubai
With such amazing things to see as the worlds tallest building, beautiful manmade islands and spinning buildings Dubai is a treasure trove of amazing things to see and do.
With such amazing things to see as the worlds tallest building, beautiful manmade islands and spinning buildings Dubai is a treasure trove of amazing things ... more
The Burj Khalifa
The obvious one first, the tallest structure in the world is a great sight and one you can't miss when you arrive in Dubai. The observation deck on the 134th floor is just simply breathtaking.
Ski at the Mall
Fancy a bit of a ski while shopping in the middle of a desert? Of course you do! the Mall of the Emirates has a massive ski slope in it with the longest run being around 1,300 feet. Will certainly mix up the normal sunshine of the holiday.
Old Gold Souk
If you want to get a feel for traditional Dubai the Old Gold Souk is a great market where you can haggle your way to some great gold deals.
Water parks are everyone's idea of great fun and when you have been in the scorching Dubai sun for a few days it will sound like the best idea ever!
Wadi Wurrayah is a great place for a weekend picnic or overnight camping in the winter. Swimming in the pools is a good way to cool off after the steep walk down from the car park. Access is moderately challenging for the 4x4 enthusiast and visitors may be lucky enough to encounter a mammal or two.
Early Weekends To Eat Yourself Silly
Weekends in Dubai start on Thursday nights, and it has almost become a tradition for restaurants to put on an all-you-can-eat-and-drink brunch at Friday lunchtime.
An impressive 51-storey glass tower this Dubai hotel is right in the heart of cosmopolitan Dubai and features four restaurants, two bars and an impressive rooftop pool.
The Dubai Mall
A mall that has to be seen to be believed, it has pretty much everything you coudl want under one roof. A 22 screen cinema, indoor theme park, Aquarium and even a full sized ice rink.
Jumeirah Beach is only a 25 minute journey away from central Dubai and is scattered with cafes and restaurants if you are in need of refreshment. The water is very shallow, so it is very safe for children and there is a swimming pool with shower facilities if you aren’t one to brave the open water.
Art Attack Gallery
Art Attack, strives to introduce vibrant new local artists enriching the communities art diversity and reflect this in the eclectic mix in the paintings, sculptures and installation exhibited at the gallery.
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