Located inside the resort, it offers a well-groomed fairways lined with date palms and coconut trees, attractive water hazards and shrubbery lends a tropical air to 18-hole, par-71 championship course that rolls into thousands of undulating yards.
Host of the European Tour Dubai Desert Classic and Dubai Ladies Classic for many years, is a home to 36 holes of world-class golf, the Majlis and the Faldo Course, which is also the only 18-hole course in the region to offer night golf.
Enjoy a mini break in the city by renting a cabana with views of the Arabian Gulf, sun yourself on our comfortable daybeds while your little ones build a sand castle, take a cooling dip in the sea, or try your hand at a range of watersports.
IMG Worlds of Adventure bringing Marvel & Cartoon Network characters to life with state-of-the-art rides & live stage shows, the indoor theme park offers a full day of excitement for all ages. Plus plenty of places to dine and shop.
Kids are in for treat at Legoland Dubai. A world of intrigue awaits for families with children aged two through 12. Go on adventurous rides and rollercoasters and discover building experiences and interactive play across different lands.
With three theme parks and one waterpark, Dubai Parks & Resorts offers a thrilling experience like no other. Discover more than 100 fun-packed indoor and outdoor rides and attractions at Motiongate, Bollywood Parks, Legoland and Legoland Water Park.
Set on the 30-acre Burj Dubai Lake, the Dubai Fountain shoots water jets as high as 150 meters, equivalent to a 50-story building. It was designed by California-based WET, the creators of the Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Dubai Safari Park is home around 3,000 animals, with 78 species of mammals – including 10 different carnivores and 17 primates – 50 types of reptiles, 111 kinds of birds plus amphibians and invertebrates, all living on the 119-hectare site.
The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark in Zabeel Park, Dubai. It holds the record for the largest frame in the world, while also being described by The Guardian newspaper as "the biggest picture frame on the planet”.
Dubai Museum is located in the Al Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 and is the oldest existing building in Dubai. The museum was opened by the Ruler of Dubai in 1971, with the aim of presenting the traditional way of life in the Emirate of Dubai.
With its narrow lanes and tall wind towers, Bastakiya offers a tantalizing glimpse of old Dubai. Immediately to the east of Al Fahidi Fort, this area hosts the largest concentration of traditional courtyard houses with wind towers in Dubai.
Bait Al Wakeel is the first building in the city dedicated completely to administration purposes and is a great example of early 20th century architecture. The building is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dubai.
The Hatta Heritage Village is a fine example of the heritage of Dubai and the United Arab Emirates. Situated in the heart of the rocky Hatta Mountains, it provides the visitor with a fascinating glimpse into Dubai’s historical past.