Tourist Attractions in Dubai

Tourist Attractions in Dubai

tourist attractions in Dubai

Camel raiding Dubai

Morning Desert Safari With Camel Ride Tour

No visit to the desert is complete without a camel ride. The camel has been the basic method of transportation in the desert for millennia due to their ability to travel long distances without food and water as well as being able to bear up to 500 pounds on their backs. In fact, the camel is so important a part of Arabian life and culture that they have become synonymous with endurance and tolerance, and there are actually 160 words in Arabic for camel. Thus, it should not be surprising that the camel has been dubbed the ‘ship of the desert’.

To ensure your comfort, this desert safari package is scheduled for early morning, before the heat of the day fully settles in and it becomes too hot for a lot of people. You will get a chance to ride a camel, supervised by an experienced handler for your safety. Afterwards, you will enjoy a dune bashing sessions in an air-conditioned 4x4 SUV. To keep you cool, we provide unlimited refreshments such as cool soft drinks and coffee as well as Arabic coffee and tea. Transfers to and from your hotel in an air-conditioned Toyota Land Cruiser are included for your convenience.

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Burj Khalifa-At The Top

Witness unforgettable, panoramic views over Dubai from the observation deck of the iconic Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. Let your jaw hit the floor as you are elevated up 125 floors to fantastic 360-degree views over the Arabian Gulf. Experience a ride on the world’s fastest elevator and take in 360-degree views from the Level 124 observation platform at the Burj Khalifa. Then, indulge in a 3-course lunch or dinner at the Burj Club on the 5th floor

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Dubai Mall

You might think that Dubai Mall is just an ordinary shopping center. However, it is anything but and full of fascinating surprises. It is a must-see in Dubai and you will find that you will probably spend a lot of time there. Plus, it is a great place to escape the heat. Here are 10 facts about the mall and probably the reason it sees 75 million visitors per year. It is the largest mall in the world by total area at 1,124,000 square meters. In other words, it is equivalent to 50 football pitches!

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Dubai Fountain

See the lights of Dubai Mall Fountain Show on a 30-minute cruise by traditional "abra" water taxi. Climb aboard the wooden boat on Burj Lake. Admire monuments such as the Burj Khalifa before you enjoy grandstand views of the illuminations.

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Burj Al Arab

Enjoy ultra luxury at this award-winning iconic hotel. Located on a private man-made island, travel by luxury car and relax with personal butler service.

Burj Al Arab is an architectural masterpiece. Designed to represent the billowing sail of an Arabian dhow, it is the tallest all-suite hotel in the world.

A landmark of the Dubai skyline, this extraordinary and unique hotel soars some 321 metres high and stands majestically on its own private man-made island. It is, quite literally, the height of luxury. Lavishly appointed with gold leaf decor and marble bathrooms, the superbly spacious suites stand on two levels, linked by an elegant spiral staircase.

Vast floor-to-ceiling windows afford breathtaking views of the Arabian Gulf. The more opulent Royal Suites, a stunning 780 square metres in size, have their own cinemas and private lifts. Luxurious textures and lively colours decorate each suite. The aesthetic appeal is complemented by technology that controls everything from the 42-inch plasma screen TV to closing the curtains.

Boasting the luxury and space that only Burj Al Arab offers, Assawan Spa and Health Club is set over two floors offering perfectly appointed Spa treatment rooms, traditional wet facilities and magnificent infinity pools to enjoy.

Superb dining experiences await guests at Burj Al Arab. Choose from virtually every type of cuisine in the five restaurants.

For relaxation, enjoy the private sandy beach or journey to the 18th floor and alight at the Assawan Spa and Health Club.

Guests of the Burj Al Arab can now enjoy 24-carat gold iPads, specifically designed for the hotel with its name engraved. Use the Interactive Customer Experience software, this is the first hotel in the world to offer this service, to check flights, check in for flights, book hotel services and more.

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Madinat Jumeirah

Madinat Jumeirah the Arabian Resort - Dubai is a 5 star resort in Dubai. It is the largest resort in the Emirate, spreading across over 40 hectares of landscapes and gardens. It is designed to resemble a traditional Arabian town. The resort comprises three boutique hotels (Jumeirah Al Qasr, Jumeirah Mina A'Salam, and Jumeirah Al Naseem) and a courtyard of 29 summer houses called Jumeirah Dar Al Masyaf. The resort has over 50 restaurants and bars.

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Atlantis the Palm

Atlantis, The Palm offers other-worldly luxury, combining top drawer skyline views with a never-ending list of facilities, including free access to an underwater aquarium and a waterpark.

This hotel's pink, palatial structure towers over its neighbours, with soaring turrets and a distinctive Arabian archway. It’s bagged an exclusive spot on the Palm Jumeirah Island’s crescent, which means you can expect breathtaking views of the Dubai skyline and the Arabian Gulf.

Cayan and Dubai Marina

Dubai Marina-Cayan Tower provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Dubai. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to visit the area's popular attractions. There are a variety of amenities on offer to those staying at the hotel, including a lift and shops. The self-contained room is air conditioned and features a kitchenette, an in-room dining area and a refrigerator. They are also fitted with a washing machine, a microwave and a flat-screen TV. Those staying at Dubai Marina-Cayan Tower can sit down to a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, conveniently situated for those who want to stay close by at mealtime. The hotel is under a 35-minute drive from Dubai International Airport and Dubai Media City is a short stroll away. There is also the added convenience of many nearby cafes and restaurants.

Dubai Opera

Dubai Opera is a 2,000-seat, multi-format, performing arts centre, which is located within The Opera District in Downtown Dubai. It was developed by Emaar Properties to host a variety of performances and events including theatre, opera, ballet, concerts, conferences and exhibitions. Its plans were announced by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in March 2012 and it was completed in 2016. It opened on 31 August 2016 with a performance by Plácido Domingo. The first season featured Bizet's The Pearl Fishers opera and also the legendary tenor José Carreras.Dubai Opera has flat floor capacity of 1,800 m2 (19,000 sq ft).[5] This floor can be hired for weddings, gala dinners, fashion shows and exhibitions.

The Beaches

Dubai is known around the world for its brilliant beaches. There is close to 1,000 km of soft, sugary shoreline across Dubai's beaches, and there's something for everyone. Whether you want to curl up with a book in a quiet cove, fling a Frisbee with friends, grab some great beach -side food or fish out a flash swimming costume to party the hours away in style, you can do. So, grab your towel, lather on the sun lotion and make the most of the coast – these are the best beaches in Dubai.

Al Fahidi Neighbourhood

Within the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo is no stranger to superlatives, including the world’s largest collection of sand sharks and one of the world’s largest acrylic panel viewing platforms. Numerous marine habitats, including an underwater tunnel, house 33,000 marine animals, from crocodiles to tropical fish.

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Discover what life in Old Dubai was like, during the mid-19th century at Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood. Located along the Dubai Creek, this district is a key heritage site with much of the original infrastructure preserved and intact.

The traditional wind towers – constructed from stone, teak, gypsum, palm wood and sandalwood – represent only a small part of Al Fahidi’s history. Each alley, twisting pathway and breezy tower tells a story of a life before the seven emirates.

Follow the winding streets to discover a range of cultural activities, museums, art galleries, special events and traditional food.

Shindagha Historik District

Strategically located at the mouth of Dubai Creek, Shindagha was where the ruling sheikhs and the city elite lived until the 1950s. While a few of the homes have been reconstructed and recast as museums, the area is still lacking new locales, so although it enjoys a lovely position on the Creek, it remains very quiet. A small area is fenced off but once the dust has settled, there will be a new Shindagha Museum, as well as additional exhibits, heritage hotels, cafes and restaurants.

The redevelopment is part of a master plan to create a cohesive historical district on both banks of Dubai Creek in hopes of qualifying for Unesco World Heritage status. The museum promises to be the largest open-air museum in the world.

SpiceSouk & Textil Souk

You’ve seen the glittering malls of Dubai and had a taste of the city’s luxury shopping experience. But it’s time to step back from the glitz and glamour – and take a look at where it all began: the souks in Dubai.

Souks have always been an important part of Arabic life, offering a unique glimpse into the country’s culture and history. Souks in Dubai are a fascinating slice of history well preserved, chockfull of culture and traditions. These humble souks in the bustling heart of old Dubai are where you might get your hands on a rare find and for an unbeatable price too. Read on to be transported through time as we explore some of the vibrant, colourful and best souks in Dubai.


Abra comes from the Arabic verb “Abara” which means to cross. Take a ride on the Dubai Abra, the city’s most traditional mode of transport. For centuries, it has remained one of Dubai’s most frequented modes of transport, making it the symbol of the city ’s history and heritage. Today there are different types of Abras in service.

Ski Dubai

Ski Dubai offers exceptional snow quality with 22,500m² covered with real snow all year round – (equivalent to 3 football fields). The temperature is normally maintained at a comfortable -1º to -2º Celsius.

The slope itself is built like an upside-down 'L,' and is 400m long from one end to the other with a width range of 80m. The entire slope is covered with at least three feet of snow, generated by patented snowmakers that mimic the natural precipitation process to deliver real, high-quality snowflakes to the slope and surrounding chilled areas. The left-hand side of the slope is a mainly straight run designed for professionals.

Arabian Tea House

Dubai Aquarium&Underwater ZOO


Dubai is well known for its amazing range of shopping malls and retail outlets. While many people prefer to flock to the malls in Dubai to take care of their retail needs, quite a few quirky finds are hidden in other more hidden locations. The presence of unique open markets in Dubai is an important shopping attraction besides malls and souks in Dubai. Whether you’re looking for high-end brands or local handicrafts, you’ll find flea markets and other retail centers in Dubai that sell exactly what you need. If you’re not looking for branded items or fixed prices, check out these cheap shopping markets. You’ll find plenty to keep you interested.

Creek Museum Al Shindagha

Al Shindagha Museum

The iconic Dubai Creek area is the home to our museum, where visitors can experience the vibrant history of Dubai. It was developed as part of an initiative to transform the creek into a regional culture and traditional centre.

Shindagha Museum tells the universal tale of human innovation, resilience, and the desire for progress which shaped the Dubai of nowadays. We invite our visitors to explore the heritage submerging them into true Emirati culture and its origins. The museum also highlights Dubai’s shared heritage with the region and wider world.

"We may not live for hundreds of years, but the products of our creativity can leave a legacy long after we are gone."

His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

The Aquaventure Park

Welcome To Aquaventure Waterpark

Voted Region’s No. 1 Waterpark in Dubai on TripAdvisor*, Atlantis Aquaventure Waterpark promises a world of excitement to make you feel #DifferentInWater in more ways than one. Get your pulse racing on over 30 slides and attractions, laugh your way down Dubai’s longest Lazy River, and relax on 500m of private beach.

Hot- air balloon ride

See the desert sunrise from the air on this hot air balloon ride in Dubai. Rise early, travel by air-conditioned minibus to the launch site, and glide over the billowing dunes of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve with your pilot. Watch falcons fly up to 4,000 feet (1,219 meters) above Earth in a trained demonstration as the sun rises over the Hajar Mountains. Conclude with a gourmet breakfast back on the ground.

Frame Dubai

  • Dubai Frame measures 150 metres high and 93 metres wide

  • Over 9,900 cubic metres of reinforced concrete, 2,000 tons of steel and 2,900 square metres of laminated glass were used in its construction

  • More than 15,000 square metres of gold-coloured stainless steel covers Dubai Frame, a design inspired by the Expo 2020 Dubai logo

  • Dubai Frame’s rectangular design was also inspired by the ‘golden ratio’ of 1.618, which many architects and artists believe forms an ideal structural balance

  • The elevator to the Sky deck carries visitors 48 floors in 75 seconds

  • From the top, spectacular views to Old and Present Dubai

Tourist attractions in dubai

Tourist attractions in Dubai

Dubai city for everyone ...

In the United Arab Emirates you can expect the best, the greatest, the power of amazing experiences in every respect. Dubai breaks the Guinness records, it is the only place in the world that grew up in the desert with numerous artificial lakes and islands. It has attracted the whole world, you can admire amazing, spectacular buildings, pamper your palate with cuisines from all over the world, admire modernity combined with tradition, rest and relax on beautiful beaches, enjoy life to the fullest.

Guinness records are broken here at every step. Dubai would not be itself if it did not outdo itself in special effects ... it is a futuristic city of the future, skyscrapers, luxury and modernity combined with an old city and tradition, a marina with luxurious yachts, supermarkets, souks with gold, huge shopping centers, wonderful cafes and restaurants from all over the world, what else do you want .... good food ... it is just in the reach of every street, we will talk about it in a special edition, because I love to cook and also to taste and experiment with eggs from all over the world. ..

Every wish can be fulfilled here, Dubai is a place for everyone, lots of attractions that are available for free or for everyone's pocket. In just 40 years this city was created which is growing faster than New York and Shanghai combined. You can see everything your heart desires there.

The city offers tourists and businessmen interesting, spectacular and free attractions, and there are also those for which you can pay a fortune.

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What's worth seeing in Dubai?

1. Dubai attractions for free.

We can take you on a journey related to history, culture and nature. You do not believe !? ! that's true, that's right, what you can see for free is one of the most interesting attractions. There you will find a lot of free attractions related to Old Dubai, customs and nature, history and culture, and admire the futuristic city, amazing, modern architecture only there, there is no other city like this.

Old Dubai is worth seeing

-Al Fahidi Neighborhood

-Shindagha historik District

These are two old districts, both authentically restored, a miracle for me. Tight alleys creating the atmosphere, unforgettable impressions, you can get lost there, unforgettable atmosphere ..... yes, oh yes ... personally I would like to get lost there ... with Someone close to my heart .... you want to experience something amazing, it's only there ... I keep telling you ... I hope that you are interested in the topic ... follow me ... it will happen.

-Souki - gold market - gold ... wow, who does not love gold, you can buy yourself from a gram to the infinite, I do not know exactly, but a lot ... it all depends on your wealth.

-Spice Souk-Textil Souk

Gold, spices, beautiful materials, oh what is not there, you must see it, I saw it and I want to go back there. My head turns away from the colors and smells I saw there.

Both Souki are on either side of the Creek Channel, you can get there by Abra only 1AED.

-Abra-wooden passenger boat with a capacity of approximately twenty people used by carriers on the Dubai Channel. There are about 150 of them in Dubai at the moment. Before the construction of the bridges and the tunnel, that is before 1960, it was the only way to get between the right and left banks of the city. You will feel like Harry Potter .... you will walk through an invisible wall .... and you will feel it on your own skin, I can feel it ...

-Creek Museum

-Dubai Museum-only 3 AED- you can find out everything about the history of this wonderful city here ... Dubai in a nutshell, sorry ... probably in a pigule but very interesting, so I hope it will introduce you to the Arab culture and you will want more and more ...

- Camel Racing - In Dubai, the camel racing season is running from October to April. An interesting fact about these very popular competitions is the fact that the animals are mounted not by jockeys, but by remotely controlled robots.

Ras al Khor-flamingo reserve in the city center? this spectacular sight only in Dubai. Imagine such a situation, a lake and a mass of flamingos in the very center ... for me it was a shock, something that was in my imagination that I can meet such a sight in Africa or in the Zoo I have it live and in the wild in Dubai. They stroll dignifiedly and ruffle their feathers, accustomed to the presence of people.

-Love Lakes- two heart-shaped lakes, created for lovers.

-Beaches- a whole lot of public beaches, I will try to show you the most beautiful, although it will be difficult because they all have something beautiful.

La Mer

Memzar Beach

Kite Beach

Sunset Beach

The Beach

Sufouh Beach

Jumeirach Beach

JBR Marina Beach

The Point

And many more in this city ... there is something for everyone.

Al Seef - a place like from a Harry Potter novel, you move here from the historical zone to modernity. Promenade with atmospheric restaurants and shops. Two Al Seef stylizations are the older ones with traditional old markets, while the other one is an icon of the present and modern.


What I saw here is a shock, a mass of unique buildings that are unique and the only one in the world, new ones are being built all the time, which go up and surpass the older ones, I ask myself ... to how many floors to how many ??? what shape will they take? a lotus flower, orchid flower or something else, imagination has no limits here.

The most important of them are:

Burj Khalifa under construction

Burj al Arab


Atlantis The Palma

Cayan-Dubai Marina

Subway station


Dubai Marina

Dubai Frame


Dubai Mall

Located next to the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall is the largest entertainment and shopping center in the world. With more than 1,200 stores, two department stores and hundreds of dining options, the facility covers an area of ​​over one million square meters (as much as 200 football fields.

Absolutely free attractions, it's worth seeing. The Dubai Mall offers us unique fountains, there is a spectacular aquarium and a fashion avenue. A walk on a part of The Souk brings us to the dinosaurs. The alleys are atmospheric, full of style and charm. In the heart of the Dubai Mall is the famous Dubai Aquarium. It is a gigantic aquarium, you don't have to go inside to see the amazing specimens.

-Dubai Fountain

The key attraction completely free of charge are the Dubai Fountain shows at the foot of the Burj Khalifa between it and the shopping center. Best effect after sunset, water, music, lights ... impressive result ... wonder!

-Fountain at The Pionte

Even better, more colorful. The spectacular fountain on the top of the Palm Jumeirach islands by The Pionte beach is a light show, water to the rhythm of the music.

-Madinat Jumeirah

The district was inspired by the ancient citadel of the Madinat Jumeirah complex, which exactly means the City of Jumeirah. Luxury lives here permanently, hotels and private enclaves in traditional Arabic style. You can enjoy shopping madness including local jewelry, a wide range of boutiques at Targ Madina or admire the works of famous artists in the modern Digital Art Theater, You can find amazing taste sensations in the offer of over 40 restaurants that are doing very well here and offer cuisines from around the world.

Luxurious sail-shaped Madinat Jumeirach Hotel at the gates of Burj Al Arab.

-Dubai Marina

The marina in every place in the world attracts the eyes of every tourist, but here in Dubai it is hard to tear your eyes off, a gem, an amazing place, tall buildings that rise on the water's edge and expensive yachts are an impressive sight. Leisure on the beach, water sports, fun for the whole family and delicious food - there is something for everyone at Dubai Marina. You can enjoy food from AED 60 per person to .... depending on wealth.

Water Sports


2.Jet Ski

3. Fast Łódź

4.Flay Fish




8. Diving

9. Water skiing


Often, when buying a package, the price includes 4 meals, as you can see Marina attracts, there are also such attractions on the beaches.

After exploring the seven-kilometer boulevard with a variety of open-air restaurants, cafes, and a shopping mall, head out onto the water. You can charter a luxury yacht for the day - leading cruise operators have boats that depart from Dubai Marina, circle the neighborhood and then out into the open waters of the Arabian Gulf.

-Ski Dubai

Imagine the temperature at around 50 degrees C but nothing is impossible in Dubai, a ski slope in the desert? , you can ? why not, of course yes. We can admire this miracle of technology from the first floor of the Mall of the Emirates. You can admire it completely for free.

-Al Fahidi

Admire and discover works of art, among the wind towers and monuments of the Al Fahidi historical district, we can commune with the world of art. Art galleries are open. Fragrant streets with hidden cafes and teahouses of the Arabian Tea House, taste tea there, admire Majlis sculptures and works of art.

-Al Souq-Al Kabeer

The popular area of ​​Al-Souq Al-Kabeer is primarily contemporary art galleries, outdoor restaurants and tea rooms in courtyards in the elegant, historic Al-Fahidi district with traditional stone houses. Bur Dubai and the textile fair resemble a maze shaded by the soaring minarets of the Grand Mosque, filled with stalls with colorful silk and embroidered cushions. On the other side of Dubai Creek is the Deira district, which can be reached by the abra, or water taxi.

-Bur Dubai

In the central part of the Bur Dubai district is Zabeel Park with Dubai Frame, a stately frame-shaped structure inside which you can see exhibitions related to history. The impressive Dubai Garden Glow theme park impresses with light shows. The elegant boutiques at WAFI, the pyramid-shaped shopping center, contrast with the discount stores in Al-Karama. In the historical district of Al-Fahidi, you can visit art galleries. Football matches and rock concerts take place at the Zabeel stadium. Dining options include international restaurants, curry bars and Arabic coffee shops.

And now hi ...

Dubai for affordable prices, not a million dollars.

-Burj Khalifa

This is one of the most popular attractions in the city of Dubai, and you cannot do without climbing the top of the tallest building in the world at over 828m. heights. On Burj Khalifa, the cost of the elevator to the At The Top Observation Deck is 149AED per person. The view of the city from At The Top is impressive, especially as the weather is beautiful and clear. This attraction is worth the price .... the tallest building of the United Arab Emirates.

-Jumeirah Mosque

One of the largest mosques in the city of Dubai. Paid admission, for only 35 AED you can learn about the culture of Islam and the history of this region, it is worth seeing. Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding SMCCU.

-Dubai Creek Museum of Al Shindagha

A real time travel for just 15AED adults, 5AED for kids. We can take a multimedia tour Dubai Creek, Birth of a City - Birth of a City through interactive exhibitions, historical photos and priceless exhibits. You will quickly follow the development of this region from a fishing village to futuristic city of the future. Worth recommending .

-Dubai Desert

Just 20 minutes by car from the modern district of Dowtown Dubai lies the mystical Arabian Desert. Here in Dubai style you can enjoy the greatest safari, the offer is very diverse, but if you want a bit of luxury, take advantage of the Heritage Dinner Safari. This is a trip in a classic car off-road, learning about cultural curiosities, henna painting, tasting dishes under a starry sky, truly romantic experiences, trips on camels, quads, and sandboarding will diversify your safari. You can spend an unforgettable night among the dunes at resorts such as Al Maha Desert Resort & SPA or Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & SPA.

-Dubai Frame

This enormous picture frame was created thanks to the extraordinary innovations of construction engineering, in Dubai is one of the newest additions to the skyline of the city.It is located in the famous Zabeel Park in Dubai. from tradition to modernity. The gold color adds luxury, a modern glass bridge connects two twin towers with a shape creating a picture frame.

-Dubai Water Channel Tourist attractions

The 3.2 km long waterway from Creek Bay in Old Dubai, via Business Bay, to the Arabian Gulf, covers an area of ​​80,000 m2. There are public facilities and places as well as a 12 km long bicycle path. It is a legendary sea route which is crossed by 5 pedestrian bridges, making it an ideal place for hiking, walks combined with admiring the best views in the city. pop into a range of trendy restaurants or visit the Al Habtoor City complex, home to the thrilling La Perle performance directed by Franco Dragone.

-City Walk

It is 13,000 square meters of the City Walk Center which offers European-style streets. A number of shopping and entertainment facilities. Tree-lined alleys create a pleasant view and allow you to spend a relaxing day with family and friends. There are shops, restaurants. the whole world completes the atmosphere of this unique place. Deliver to Green Planet, something amazing awaits you there, you will meet wild flora and fauna in a tropical rainforest under the roof. Then you can go to the Coca-Cola Arena for a concert or sports event or performance comedy. It is the largest indoor facility in the Arab Emirates.

-Dubai Garden of Miracles

The largest botanical garden in the world, as befits Dubai. At 72,000 square meters, there are 50 million flowering plants that create an impressive collection of famous buildings and structures completely covered with flowers, an unforgettable view.

-Dubai Butterfly Garden

Something for our little ones, children love butterflies, and there are 15,000 species of them here. Here you can find out more by combining learning with fun

- Dubai Opera

Downtown is the district where the Dubai Opera is located. This building is architecturally inspired by Dhow boats. The stage is designed to serve as a theater stage, gallery or concert hall. The repertoire is rich straight from London's West End and Brodweyu in Manhattan together. Wonderful interiors that offer a view of the Dubai Fountains, the building is located at Burj Khalifa. You can view Opera's repertoire on Dubai Calendar.

Dubai Marina

This is a new district being built in Al Marsa, Dubai. Dubai Marina is an affluent residential area known for The Beach at JBR - a recreational complex with open-air restaurants and a sandy shore where you can relax. Elegant cafes and temporary handicraft markets line the Dubai Marina Walk, while the Dubai Marina Mall boasts a host of chain and luxury fashion brands. Exclusive yachts pass through a large artificial marina where you can practice a variety of sports, from water skiing to skydiving.

The main projects are located on the shores of the Persian Gulf. Buildings varying in height from low five-story to super tall skyscrapers.

On the Upper Marina, 200 skyscrapers will be built, ranging in height from 200 m to over 400 m (there will be seven skyscrapers from 300-420 m), they will have a full and unobstructed view of the Palm Islands, and more specifically of Palm Jumeirah. The skyscrapers in this district will be concentrated around an artificial lake and will be connected to the sea on both sides. There will also be wide promenades with many different shops.

The Marina port can accommodate over 700 ships and yachts of different sizes. The proximity of Sheikh Zaved Road, Emirates Golf Club, Dubai Media City, Dubai Internet City and many other large projects will create a good place to live, work and rest here.

All these new projects are shaping the new center of Dubai.

In Dubai Marina there are, among others:

Princess Tower

Marina 101

Ocean Heights Complex

Infinity Tower

Elite Residence

23 Marina

The Marina Torch

Marina Gardens

Sulafa Tower

Marina Pinnacle

Jumeirah Beach Residence complex

Marina Scape complex

Park Island complex

Mag 218 Tower

Emirates Crown

Ocean Heights

Marina Quays

Shopping Centers is one of the most common tourist attraction i Dubai- the 10 most interesting

1.Wafi Mall

2.Dubai Mall

3.Ibn Battuta Mall

4.Deira City Center

5.Mall of the Emrates

6. The Golden Souk

7.Souk with spices

8.Souk Perfume

9. Textile souk

10.Meena Bazaar Dubai

Shopping madness in this city in the literal sense of the word, you will find everything here, companies outdo each other to provide their customers here with things from around the world. Dubai is a city that attracts people here like a magnet because it has endless possibilities of offers. Have fun and enjoy shopping ... and after shopping you can enjoy a meal depending on your culinary preferences, I invite you on a journey through the flavors of Dubai, it is really fascinating that you can go wherever your soul and palate desires. dishes in Arabic, European style, very exotic food, or American ... a lot here are dishes with such refined taste that everyone will find something for themselves and spoil their taste buds, but I would like to describe everything to you so that you would know under what name are hidden all these delicacies, so let's go.

The flavors of Dubai - Restaurants

Let's start with a pocket restaurant, I will give you the 8 most interesting and very affordable, which you can stick to without hesitation and enjoy their aromas and flavors. Hungry? what are you waiting for we invite you inside, no worries in Dubai there is no shortage of great unpretentious restaurants at affordable prices.

Zaroob-Palestinian flavors

If you're in the mood for a nutritious Arabic meal, check out the Palestinian Zaroob Restaurant, which serves delicious street food. Here you will find many classic Arabic dishes such as hot falafel, manakish and fatayer. Guests at Sheikh Zayed Road can sit in the original garden or enjoy a takeaway wrapped snack and explore contemporary art galleries at the nearby Dubai International Financial Center.

Falafel - these are fried balls or chickpeas cutlets or broad beans with spices. In Arab countries it is a very popular dish - in the Middle East it is made with chickpeas, while in Egypt it is mixed. Falafel is most often served in a drink, with vegetables and a sauce, often based on tahini.

Manakish - is a popular Levantine food consisting of dough sprinkled with thyme, cheese or ground meat.

Fatayer - are triangles made of delicate yeast dough, stuffed with spinach. There are also versions of fatayers stuffed with cheese or meat.

Al Ustad Special Kabab

This gem is one of Dubai's oldest restaurants serving authentic, simple Iranian cuisine. Due to its location near the historical district, Al Fahidi is a great place to eat while exploring the Old Town. The interesting interior of the restaurant brings a breath of old times, and the service is always at a high level. Not sure what to order? The kebab served here melts in your mouth, and rice seasoned with saffron with meat marinated in yogurt is perfect for a shared meal.

Bu Qtair

Do you love seafood? You've come to the right place. This inconspicuous fresh seafood restaurant with a pleasant atmosphere is located right next to the atmospheric fishing port of Umm Suqeim. Order the local specialties - fried fish of the day, grilled shrimps and fish curry - and the staff will bring you plates of hot delicacies to your table. Later, head to Sunset Beach to take a photo of the Burj Al Arab building.

Calicut Receipt

You love the flavors of India, go to the Indian chain.

Famous for its aromatic curries and reasonable prices, the chain with restaurants all over the city attracts hungry crowds every evening. The company's starters are fried packors and mushrooms stuffed with cheese, but the seafood served here is the biggest sensation. Try spicy crab masala, fish curry with mango and whole pomfret in a secret spice mix. A cup of aromatic Zafrani tea (saffron) will be the perfect culmination of your meal.

Pakora - a popular snack of Indian cuisine, especially in the south of India. The pieces of vegetables are dipped in besan dough and deep-fried. Traditionally, pakors are eaten with tea as an appetizer, but some restaurants also serve it as an appetizer before the main course

Pomfrets- are perch fish belonging to the family Bramidae. The family currently includes 20 species from seven genera. Several species are important food sources for humans, especially in South Asia. The meat of the fish is white.

Café Isan

If you are in Dubai and want to try some authentic Thai home cooking, head to Café Isan. This popular venue at Jumeirah Lakes Towers not only serves delicious food, it is also one of the most affordable restaurants in the city. From sour curries and filling soups to delicious wok-fried dishes, you won't go away on an empty stomach.

Aappa Kadai

The Aappa Kadai restaurant, opened several decades ago, has won the hearts and palates of Dubaians and tourists from around the world with its affordable delicacies. The menu covers a wide range of Indian cuisines, including the increasingly popular Chettinad and Hyderabadi cuisines, and a plethora of dishes for both vegetarians and carnivores. The chain of unpretentious restaurants has many venues across the city, but most visitors head to Dubai Marina to combine a delicious meal with futuristic views and sightseeing.

Chettinad - a region in India famous for its very original recipes based on Indian curry spices with toppings. This chicken chettinad recipe is rich, creamy and intensely warming thanks to a fresh roasted coconut curry paste and whole spices. This is a South Indian Style Chicken Sauce Recipe. Keep all your spices ready. ... Thinly slice the onion. Finely chop the tomatoes, ginger and garlic. Add the turmeric, salt, and lime juice to the chicken and mix well.

Hyderabadi - Palestinian flavors, very original and exquisite. Palestinian cuisine is very aromatic. The most popular spices are cardamom, black pepper and cinnamon. Often, this kitchen also uses a special mixture called Arabic spice or a mixture of seven spices. It consists of cinnamon, cardamom, black pepper, ginger, nutmeg, paprika and cumin. If you like these spices, stick in there, you will not leave hungry.

Din Tai Fung

The Taiwanese-inspired Din Tai Fung restaurant in the Mall of the Emirates has been attracting crowds of dumpling lovers for years. The place is perfect for a meal before visiting Ski Dubai, and it has gained a good reputation for serving nutritious pasta, melting xiao long bao dumplings and simple vegetable dishes. What's more, you can eat here for less than 50 AED. Note: queues can be long and you may need to sign on to the waiting list, but it's definitely worth the wait. And when it comes to dumplings, you can eat the best dumplings in a Polish restaurant and admire the view of the Burj Khalifa.

Zapiekanka Polish Restaurant in Dubai

Polish flavors are very original, healthy for vegeterians and carnivores.

Bigos, casseroles, dumplings, borscht, dumplings and pickled cucumbers - you can eat Polish cuisine at the foot of the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building and a symbol of Dubai. The popularity of the Polish pub is so great that even the pandemic was not able to stop the business. It is a place where you can try Polish cuisine, but also meet friends and listen to Polish music. Before the pandemic, film screenings were organized here, and a library with Polish books was created. meter casseroles .... it looks amazing, sometimes it takes a few people to eat the meters, then they have time to admire the largest building in the world from the terrace.

Ravi Restaurant

The highly popular Pakistani restaurant, Satwa's cultural melting pot, is popular with travelers from all walks of life. All the dishes in the Ravi Restaurant are worth trying, but we recommend the spicy chopped mutton and chicken mughlai (a creamy curry with an egg on top). Do you want to try real street food at a good price? Finish your meal with deep-fried paratha bread.

Mimi Kakushi

It's Japanese style. Located in the Restaurant Village of the Four Seasons Resort Dubai on Jumeirah Beach, Mimi Kakushi boasts an excellent proximity to renowned restaurants such as Coya and Nusr Et. It is enough to go inside to move to another world - the ubiquitous wood, retro paintings and green vegetation create an almost homely atmosphere. Artfully composed dishes are prepared in the open kitchen to the nostalgic sounds of jazz.

The name of the restaurant comes from the characteristic hairstyle with a bun that was especially popular in the 1920s - an original choice, but it fits perfectly, as you will find out if you spend more time here. The menu features several playful versions of popular classic dishes - noteworthy starters such as wagyu beef tataki with yuzu daikon, crispy shrimp tempura, marinated black cod and gyoza dumplings with tiger prawns. Main courses, such as braised ribs with sweet soy-garlic sauce and steamed king crab leg with ponzu butter, delight with a richness of flavor.

The desserts are extraordinary. If you don't know what to choose, choose the proprietary tokorotene, a spicy version of traditional Japanese jelly noodles, or a mango cake with black sesame ice cream - they taste delicious.

ZETA Seventy Seven

Trendy restaurants on the roofs of buildings, one of them is our Zeta 77, you must be there.

Get ready for an amazing experience in ZETA Seventy Seven. From the 310 m above sea level On the rooftop of Address Beach Resort you can admire stunning views of the city skyline while enjoying delicious contemporary Asian cuisine. It doesn't matter if you book a table for lunch or dinner, this picturesque and bustling place will not disappoint your expectations.

Take a seat on the spectacular outdoor lounge terrace next to one of the world's highest infinity pools, or book one of the 12 private air-conditioned cabins, perfect for group events.

The sky-high restaurant offers two types of seafood-inspired menus - one for guests by the pool, with light snacks such as Hawaiian poke bowls, sandwiches and burgers, and an a la carte menu with signature dishes such as miso lobster, oysters served on ice and crispy prawns. On summer days, mochi ice cream is popular.

ZETA Seventy Seven is one of the city's most popular rooftop venues. While tasting great fresh seafood dishes, you admire dazzling and stunning views and a relaxed atmospher

Culinary summary

What is happening there in this wonderful city with its culinary offer influences the fact that the best chefs from around the world are coming there and new restaurants are opening, creating street food to exquisite restaurants, as usual with every client in mind and for every budget. Food in Dubai is, in short, delicious. They are characterized by diversity that results from the multiculturalism of Dubai. Here you will find flavors of Lebanon, India and Pakistan. But not only - Dubai charms with its flavors, spices, aromas and original culinary ideas. Dubai itself doesn't have its own food, but it has food from all over the world, that's what Dubai is like.

The result - food at the highest level from around the world. From Arabic delicacies such as falafel or hummus paste to Italian cuisine. A real explosion of flavors is waiting for you in Dubai!

You can write and write about restaurants, bars, take-away, cafes, bistro bars in this city ... the topic is really hard to exhaust, I will add information about gems that are worth knowing, do not stay in only one place, explore and taste without end. Dubai's tourist attractions are definitely food tours to restaurants, bistros, cafes, tea houses and other places where you can pamper your taste buds.

You have to try it, 4 Arabian specials

Manoushe - this is a kind of pizza, but this delicacy is about something completely different. It is a thin, rolled cake with meat, vegetables, Akkawi cheese, olive oil and spices inside.

Fouga - a typical Arabic dinner dish

Waraq enab (dolma) - a dish from Lebanese cuisine, also known in Georgia. Meat stuffing wrapped in grape leaf. Almost like a Polish dove, in the Lebanese style.

Kousa mashi - a traditional dish that consists of zucchini stuffed with rice, served with rice. Something for vegetarians!

How much is food at restaurants in Dubai?

The cheapest you can eat at Food Courts, costs under 60 Dh

In an average restaurant you will pay 60-120 Dh per person

Of course, there is no upper limit. It all depends on the size of your wallet.

remember the tip, it is customary to give from 10-15%.

Alcohol- a big question mark, it's an Arab country?

Not every restaurant has alcohol. Only restaurants with a special license are allowed to sell alcohol. They are usually more expensive restaurants

The alcohol prices in the restaurants are really high. Beer costs around AED 40. The average vodka price is AED 65.

The two largest chains of stores selling alcohol in Dubai, i.e. African + Eastern and MMI Dubai, informed that tourists can easily and legally buy alcohol in the store themselves.

It is enough to come to the store with a valid passport, fill in the form and sign a declaration that we will comply with all laws and regulations regarding the purchase and consumption of alcohol in the United Arab Emirates. And now ... - we can shop in any of the dozen or so stores belonging to these two chains.

The rules have roughly remained unchanged. You still can't drink alcohol in public places, not to mention it - you can't even walk with it, so it must be tightly hidden during walks in Dubai. Of course, it is a crime to drink and drive, but also to parade "under the influence" in public places. You must also always have your consent to buy alcohol with you - it is valid for 30 days, but if necessary, you can easily extend it. Of course, we must remember that only non-Muslims over the age of 21 can obtain such consent: African + Eastern. It is important to respect their culture and be able to use the license. Streets in a crowd of drunken tourists are unacceptable there.

Dubai has significantly simplified the procedures for obtaining a license to purchase alcohol for foreigners and residents of this country.

This is an interesting change that shows that Dubai is more and more open to tourists and the money they bring, although at the same time it is still trying to do it in a licensed manner, without violating its own rights.

Culinary journeys differently - a more interesting version, a bit more expensive.

Dhau - dinner cruise with stunning views

An interesting alternative to the usual dinner is dinner on the ship. The Dhau are traditional Bedouin boats that depart daily from Dubai Creek.

How long does it take? About 2 hours

How to organize? For example, at the Radisson Blue or Sehreaton Hotel in Dubai Creek or online

What is served? Traditional grilled dishes

Dubai Brunches

The weekend in Dubai is Friday and Saturday. Sunday in Dubai is our Monday. Hence, on Fridays, brunches are organized in many hotel chains.

When? Late afternoon

How much it costs? Between 100 and 350AED

In the late afternoon, prices between AED 100-350, drinks, including alcoholic drinks, are included

I recommend it very much ... it's worth going

An alternative to a restaurant - order food at the hotel.

If we are not fans of ordering food as the quality usually differs from that in the restaurant. However, this belief does not apply to Dubai.

You can order absolutely anything - from coffee to salads. Order fulfillment is fast and efficient. You can use two applications - Deliveroo and Talabat. Worth recommending .

Cost-effective, ordering food is cheaper than cooking by yourself. Interesting fact., Cheaper than at home, it's hard to believe, that's the truth! let's taste, enjoy and order!