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Dubai City Trip
Dubai can easily be a stopover city where you hit the big sites in a couple of days, there’s a surprising amount of things to do here for those looking to spend more time. I loved my time in Dubai more than I thought I would! It’s a city trapped between the old and the new. A place in a conservative culture with old world customs while at the same time a Middle-Eastern Vegas where anything goes (so long as it’s behind closed doors). I was surprised at how much there was to do in this city – and how even in a week I barely scratched the surface. Dubai is a fascinating, multi-cultural city that deserves a lot more than stopover and I hope you use this guide to help plan a trip that won’t break your budget!
Visit Burj Khalifa
- The tallest building in the world lets you go up to the 128th floor for 100 AED ($27 USD). From there, you get panoramic views of the city and desert. At night, the building is illuminated by a spectacular light show of fish, palm trees, and other scenes while the fountain below dances to music.
Take a desert safari
- If you want to get a taste of the desert, head out on a day-long safari with Arabian Adventure. You’ll be able to ride a camel, hold a falcon, explore the desert, and eat some traditional food.
Visit Global village
- This is a massive entertainment extravaganza, with shopping, dining, and live performances all coming together to create an incredible cultural experience. This is like Epcot Center at Disney World, except it showcases the different cultures of the Middle East. There are dance and sword shows, as well as plenty of local foods to try.
Dubai Miracle Garden
- This quirky and colorful garden is worth spending some time seeing. The garden was opened in 2013 and is spread over 72,000 square meters, making it the world’s largest natural flower garden featuring over 109 million flowers planted.
Visit Kite Beach
- If you’re into kite surfer or water sports, this is a great place to catch some waves. The winds pick up in the afternoon, making it a good time to hit the water or just sit back and watch others do it. If watersports aren’t your thing, just come here to catch some rays and relax.
- The marina area is surrounded by tall buildings and contains a beautiful boardwalk. You can see the fancy boats and get some stunning photographs of the harbor and skyline.
Souk Madinat Jumeirah
- This souk (market) is a modern building designed to look like something out of Aladdin, but it’s home to some incredible restaurants, like Agency, a modern wine bar with a huge selection of wines and yummy meat and cheese plates.
- A small museum in Old Dubai with not a lot of information but some really cool displays.
Enjoy Ripe Market
– This outdoor market has many locations around both Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Browse organic foods and crafts made by people living in Dubai. This is held in a gorgeous park, so grab lunch from the food trucks and sit on the grass to relaxingly eat it.
Go dancing at Barasti
– This dynamic outdoor bar is full of locals and expats. It’s multi-level with a beach at the bottom (so don’t wear heels). There’s a huge dancefloor, sheesha smoking, food, a food truck, and many different lounge areas.
Go deep sea fishing
– It’s quite easy to book a spot on a boat and head out to sea if you want to try your hand at deep sea fishing. Operators like Go Fishing Dubai cater to all ages and levels of experience, and most packages even include lunch.
Travel Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi is the name of both the Emirate and the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Due to the vast oil riches, Abu Dhabi is the richest emirate in the UAE, having experienced huge growth and expansion over the last 40 years.
Don’t think that Abu Dhabi is all just desert. There’s everything from vibrant cities, mangrove forests, coastlines and islands.
Things Not to Miss in Abu Dhabi
• The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
• The Emirates Palace
• The Corniche neighborhood
• The Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital
• Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
• The Central Market shopping center
• The Qasr al-Husn palace fort
• The Women’s Handicraft Centre
Travelers wishing to beat the excessive heat should visit Abu Dhabi from November through February, when temperatures are mild and cool – remember to pack a sweater and a light jacket! But if you’re making Abu Dhabi travel plans in the hopes of hitting the beach, consider visiting in October, March or April, when the weather is hot but not overwhelmingly so.
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