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At La Mer, Dubai’s eclectic beachfront, have fun as you relax by the beach or explore the backstreets. Children can have an action-packed outing. Try French, Mediterranean, Indian and Japanese dishes at this foodie paradise.
Jumeirah Beach Park
Located on the long stretch of Jumeirah Beach in Dubai, Jumeirah Beach Park is very popular for swimming, sunbathing, with several beach activities for adults and children.
This is a haven for those who love being outdoors as it offers a stretch of white sand beach for different kinds of sports and activities. Kite-surfing, wake-boarding, kayaking, and paddle-boarding are just some of the activities you can enjoy here.
The Beach by JBR
Situated opposite The Walk promenade at Jumeirah Beach Residences, The Beach is a favourite with families for a plethora of watersports, banana boating, camel rides and so much more. It has juice bars, restaurants and fancy boutiques. Don’t miss an opportunity to stroll at ‘The Walk’ for a host of activities including street painting, sand sculptures, photography displays, and booths selling fashion accessories and crafts.
Shop in one of the largest malls in the world, with 1,200 stores including a gold souk, an aquarium, an ice rink, a 22 screens cinema, and a waterfall
Souk Al Bahar
Souk Al Bahar, the “sailor’s market” is an Arabesque shopping mall situated in Downtown Dubai. with antique, carpet and lifestyle stores including waterfront dining. It connects to The Dubai Mall via a bridge that spans the breadth of Burj Lake and offers views over the Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa.
City Walk Jumeirah
City Walk is a high-end lifestyle destination offering international retail offerings, gourmet outlets, and several entertainment choices. Situated between downtown and Jumeirah Beach, it has open squares and London-style streets with family-friendly, pedestrianized eating and shopping.
Dubai Festival City Mall
Dubai Festival City combines world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment. Situated on the waterfront it provides easy access to old Dubai and downtown. It features mega-department stores, retailers, cafes, bakeries, and a large food court. At sunset enjoy an evening light show over the surrounding water.
Arts & Culture
Shop, dine or relax by Dubai's historic creek at Al Seef, a family-friendly lifestyle destination. Taste traditional Emirati treats or sample upmarket international cuisine at this place which embraces the city’s past and future.
A traditional market located in the heart of Deira. It has over 300 retailers that trade almost exclusively in gold and jewelry.
Immerse your senses in a variety of performing arts including opera, ballet, theatre, comedy, family shows, jazz, and more at the stylishly designed Dubai Opera.
Located in the Al Fahidi Fort, which was built in 1787 and is the oldest existing building in the city. It recounts the history of the Emirates until the oil boom, which forever changed its skyline.
Discover the UAE’s rich heritage about life before the treaty that unified the seven emirates at Etihad Museum. Gain insights into the country’s extraordinary economic development since its independence as the first federation in the Arab world.
An iconic landmark in Dubai, the Jumeirah Mosque welcomes visitors of all faiths to admire the surroundings and learn about Islam and the local culture. Built entirely from white stone in the medieval Fatimid tradition, with towering twin minarets framing a large central dome. Guided tours are offered here six days a week.
Enjoy Dubai's most relaxing and romantic dining experience on the deck of the traditional boats (Dhows). Cruise along the Creek waters where passengers can enjoy the views with dinner and live entertainment.
See unparalleled views of Dubai from the World’s Tallest Building, Burj Khalifa. A unique experience, marvel at this masterpiece which is a feat of modern engineering at its best.
Delight the senses by experiencing syncing lights and music at Dubai Fountain, the world’s tallest performing fountain. It is the city’s most popular free tourist attraction
Spend an afternoon in dune-bashing in the desert where the sand merges with the sky. Take some pictures at sunset and end the evening experiencing camel rides, live belly dancing, shisha, and a barbecue dinner.
Thoughtfully positioned in the heart of the city, the Dubai Frame is an enormous 150-meter tall frame which looks through to the New Dubai (with skyscrapers in the Jumeriah Road) on one side and the Old City (Deira and Creek) on the other.