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24 Amazing Things To Do In Dubai (10 October 2021)

Sometimes, it appears that Dubai is only air conditioning and malls; however, this sprawling desert city is experiencing a vibrant influx of cultural institutions, galleries, museums, and shopping malls that aim to attract a new generation of tourists. 

If your idea of an adrenaline rush involves jumping from a plane and watching Dubai's spectacular fountains pour out 500 feet into the air, everything can be done in Dubai, and we have an extensive list of things to do. We've compiled a list of some of the most exciting activities to enjoy in the Middle Eastern hot spot.

Note: Due to the ever-changing characteristics of the COVID-19 epidemic, availability and times of a variety of places are in flux and susceptible to alteration. We suggest that you call businesses directly for the latest safety guidelines and operating hours before visiting.

1) Dubai Frame

Dubai Frame is said to be the biggest photo frame ever built in. It was designed to symbolize an image of a connection between the old and the new. The massive, glittering gold frame is almost 500 feet tall and features large glass lifts that take visitors to the top from where they are able to walk along the clear walkway of glass that runs along the entire 313-foot length. Dubai Frame Tickets are available through the website or at the venue priced between $5 to $14 (children less than three years old and those who have special needs or disabilities are admitted free of charge).

2) Global Village

Dubai's massive Global Village is essentially a theme park suitable for everyone. However, it is well-liked by families since it has rides that are child-friendly. It's open from November to the middle of May, and it has performances, rides, food, and other attractions from all over the globe. It's located on the outskirts of Dubai. I don't believe that you can fit it into your city-centric schedule; however, if you have the time and are looking for some world-class entertainment or entertainment, it's definitely worth visiting.

3) XLine Dubai Marina

Fly in a tizzy fashion across roads, skyscrapers, and swimming pools in The city of Dubai through XLine Dubai, One of the longest, most steep, and fastest zip lines for urban use around the globe. From 560 feet and speeds that can reach 50 miles per hour, the riders fly across Dubai Marina to Jumeirah Beach Residence to Dubai Marina, passing breathtaking views that you'll never see again. It's also possible to join in tandem with others.

4) Ski Dubai

Within a shopping mall located in the middle of the desert, the third largest outdoor ski area is one to behold. A lift ticket for a day is about $138 (excluding equipment rental), While the Snow Daycation pass, which mainly gives access to areas that are not skiable such as tubing, is priced at $68 per person. However, it would help if you planned to arrive earlier. It's a popular destination for families with children. Many of them are participating in different rides and penguin trips instead of skis. If you're looking to ski, there are two trails as well as a freestyle zone (but Vail, this isn't).

5) Al Marmoom Camel Race Track

A popular tourist destination, Al Marmoom draws camel racing enthusiasts of all sorts, both local and foreign. A day spent at the races for camels can be a memorable experience well-representative from Middle Eastern culture, one which dates to the 7th century. The grandstands are usually packed with camel owners, handlers, and trainers. Most seats have great perspectives of the race. Be aware that the races begin early -- between 7 a.m. between 7 and 9 a.m.--and the announcements and commentary are delivered in Arabic.

6) Kite Beach

As the Miami beaches, with the wide stretch of sand and aquamarine waters, beach chaises, and plenty of activities that make you feel as if the sun isn't enough. Kite Beach is for beach people who love beaches. Play a game of volleyball and try kite-surfing or go for a stroll on the running track that is soft-running--when it's not hot and humid.

7) Dubai Spice Souk

Dubai's vast spice market is certainly the most enjoyable of the city's souks. It's bustling with thrilling sights and scents. A lot of vendors offer the same items: dried limes from Persia and saffron, barberries, rose hips, and traditional Middle Eastern spice mixes. Saffron, although still costly it is less expensive here than in other parts of Dubai. A part of a complex which includes three Jumeirah hotels as well as an adjacent waterway, the souk is home to stands selling everything from spices to hand-crafted lanterns, clothing souvenirs, clothing, and everything else between. There are two eateries, both indoor and outdoor, in addition to one of the breathtaking panoramas of the world-renowned Burj Al Arab hotel. The entrance fee is free; however, parking and water taxis that resemble abras are extra.

8) Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood

This charming neighborhood provides the chance to see what the past of Dubai was like prior to the time that the Emirates were established in 1971. Traditional structures made of palm wood, stone, and gypsum make up the twisting streets and paths. Architecture and history lovers will be delighted to wander there. The area is a peaceful refuge from the hustle and towering skyscrapers in the cities. The maze of streets makes the place feel as if it's a private village.

9) At the Top, Burj Khalifa

The tallest structure in the world is evident from everywhere in Dubai. The view is exciting enough from the street. However, you can also go up to the highest point of the towering structure, bracing yourself for the excitement of the elevators that are high-speed, and then be awed when you enter an observation platform. Book tickets on the internet in advance for a particular time. The majority of first-time visitors to Dubai make it to the highest.

10) Aquaventure Waterpark

It is now considered to be the world's largest waterpark due to its recent expansion, and the facility has grown by three times. Trident Tower, its newest branch, is home to the biggest children-only waterparks of the Middle East, Splashers Lagoon and Splashers Cove. Aquaventure has over 30 slides as well as attractions, including the longest lazy river, some exciting rides (including Poseidon's Retreat and the Leap of Faith and Poseidon's Retreat), and an exclusive beach. There are also record-breaking waterslides to get the adrenaline pumping; Splashers Park and the Lazy River for families; and opportunities that encourage up-close-and-personal interactions with stingrays, dolphins, and sea lions.



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