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Dubai dazzles at first, then envelops its visitors in its unique and ubiquitous verve, and spoils them by offering a stunning alchemy of culture and traditions manifested in its food scene, its bustling night life as well as its art and architecture. Whether you choose to visit its awe-inspiring monuments or attend its world-class shopping festivals, you will be undertaking all activities here with your eyes wide open with disbelief!

Things to See and Do in Dubai

Dubai Parks and Resorts

Dubai's Parks and Resorts play a crucial part in presenting the city as a wholesome family destination to world travellers. Comprised by three theme parks, and a water park, the Dubai Parks and Resorts are among the top family-friendly destinations in Dubai. Start at the Motiongate Dubai, the city's largest Hollywood-inspired theme park divided into five zones and featuring an array of rides, shows and live entertainment activities. The fans of Bollywood are assured a great time at the Bollywood Park, replete with cinematic rides, and shows centred on the Bollywood movies and popular stars. Legoland Dubai and Legoland Water Park are a vision of paradise for kids as they have a gala time with themed adventure activities, interactive rides and water slides designed especially for them. Riverland Dubai transforms the visitors to four of the greatest eras from the past with its street ambiance, theatres and cuisines.

Dubai Opera

Dubai Opera is at the heart of city's cultural and artistic exchange. The shape of the building, an iconic dhow from Dubai's maritime past, is symbolic of the city's contemporary outlook while staying tightly-knit to its past, its values and belief system. The Dubai Opera, located in the Downtown Dubai, is where the best live performances in theatre, opera, ballet concerts, fashion and art take place in Dubai. With the ability to accommodate up to 2000 people at any given point of time, the Dubai Opera remains the hub that produces and presents some of the finest, the most creative, and the most authentic indigenous and international performing arts experiences. The opera also features a rooftop restaurant and sky garden, offering breathtaking views of the Dubai Fountain as well as the Burj Khalifa.


In addition to the local Emiratis, Dubai's population is constituted in large numbers by people from various ethnic backgrounds and cultures. A hospitable and peaceful environment ensures that everyone stays in harmony and contributes to the city in his/her own measure, a fact also reflected in the cuisine of the city. Though the majority of restaurants in the city boast Middle Eastern and Gulf fare including Iranian, Lebanese and Arabic food, it is not difficult to spot Asian, European, American cuisines at one of the many restaurants in the city, some of them Michelin Star. Pierchic for European, Nathan Outlaw at Al Mahara for Seafood, Eauzone for Modern Asian, La Petite Maison for Mediterranean and Al Hadheerah for Traditional Arabian are some of the popular restaurants in Dubai.


Dubai's plush and state-of-the-art hotels and resorts only mirror the naked grandeur reflected everywhere else in the city. A vast range of accommodation options, each taking luxury and hospitality a notch-higher with its offerings, lure visitors with their promise of an unprecedented revelry. The iconic Burj Al Arab is splendid to say the least. Featuring amongst the best hotels in the world regularly and the first choice of celebrity guests in Dubai, the hotel has its own helipad and a fleet of Rolls Royce limousines. Atlantis, The Palm, with its own private beach, a water park in the vicinity and unmatched offerings, is for extravagant tourists travelling with families and kids. Travellers, who would like the best of views, restaurants, and shopping opportunities at one place, a stay at the Armani hotel, covering first 8 floors of the iconic Burj Khalifa, will be a rewarding experience. Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, nestled in dunes on the outskirts of Dubai, is for luxury adventure travellers looking to embrace the hustle and bustle of the city only when they desire.


Considered the national hobby, shopping in Dubai is one of the most sought after experiences for travellers. The Dubai Mall, the largest in the world, brings all popular labels from around the globe under one roof as does the Mall of the Emirates, another place to shop for high-end brands. From apparel and accessories to gadgets and gymnasiums, and from spas and beauty salons to theatres, art galleries, child care centres and leading restaurants, the Dubai Malls have it all for you. The Dubai Shopping Festival, held in January and February each year, attracts crowds in large numbers with its huge discounts, crazy promotions and sales whereas the traditional souqs of Dubai, primarily the Deira's Covered Souqs, still remain popular among shoppers looking to buying carpets, textiles, perfume, spices, gold, frankincense and myrrh, belly dancing outfits, traditional costumes, sheesha pipes among many other souvenirs.


With a plethora of activities at land, sea, desert and in the air, there's never a dull day in Dubai. Be it families, couple or solo travellers, Dubai caters to individual demands of all types of travellers. Its adventure parks such as Motiongate Dubai, Legoland Dubai and Riverland Dubai call out to families with kids as well as thrill seekers. The beach fun is amplified with water sports such as skiing, paragliding and paddle boarding whereas the desert safari leads travellers on the exploration of glorious Dubai dunes aboard a 4x4. The helicopter rides, skydiving and zip lining adventures offer panoramic views of the towering skyscrapers whereas ancient sports of falconry and camel racing keeps the sports enthusiasts busy. Watching the Dubai Fountain Show, dining at one of the roof top restaurants while the sun is setting in the sky or taking a trip aboard a traditional dhow are activities perfect for a great evening in Dubai. For a peek into Dubai's art scene, spend some time at the Dubai Opera, and to know how the locals live, take a tour of the bustling night markets in the city.

Culture, Events & Festival

Owing to its multi-cultural population, a myriad of festivals and fares are held in Dubai throughout the year. The Dubai Shopping Festival, The Dubai World Cup, the Dubai Marathon, the UAE Desert Challenge, the Dubai Jazz Festival, Dubai Summer Surprises and Dubai Film Festival are some of the popular ones that hold a special charm for visitors from around the globe. Besides, the many art galleries and museums in the city, including the Dubai Opera, Art Dubai and Sikka Art Fair, host art exhibitions and events all through the year for culture and art lovers. The traditional falconry displays also attract international tourists to Dubai every year.

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