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What to Do in Dubai

Dubai Mall

With over 1,300 stores, the Dubai Mall is one of the largest malls in the world. Located just beside the Burj Khalifa, the Mall contains every kind of shop imaginable. But even those wary of shopping can visit this place, as it contains an ice rink, a movie theater, and an aquarium. This venue is perfect for adults and kids alike.

Global Village

With more than 7 million annual visitors, the Global Village in Dubai is a melting pot of different cultures. Open from November through May, it contains shops selling goods from India, Pakistan, Iraq, Africa, and more. It also features live concerts, thrill rides, and restaurants. Located on the outskirts of Dubai, this cultural zone is perfect if you're looking to get away from the bustle of the city.

Dubai Desert Conversation Reserve

Ready for a break from the skyscrapers of the city? We recommend visiting the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, an 87 square mile zone of the Arabian Desert. Visitors are allowed to visit with tour guides, and there are plenty of things to do, the most popular of which is dune driving on a 4x4. There's also camel riding, horse riding, archery and more, all that can be followed by a Dune Dinner.

What to See in Dubai

Burj Khalifa

Soaring to a staggering height of 2722 feet (just over half a mile), the Burj Khalifa is infamously the tallest building in the world. The observatory deck on the 124th floor is a must-visit for a view of the desert, ocean, and cityscape—a view unlike any other on the planet. Pro tip: to avoid long lines, buy your entrance ticket well in advance.

Dubai Fountain

Located outside the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Fountain is a spectacle for the senses. Made by the creators of the famous Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas, it is currently the world's tallest performing fountain. Offering stunning choreographed water sequences, the Fountain is best viewed at night, when the city lights twinkle around you. A must-see if you're visiting Dubai!

Jumeirah Mosque

Built just north of the Dubai Marina with beautiful white sandstone in the medieval Fatimid style, the Jumeirah Mosque is the only mosque in Dubai that allows Non-Muslims to enter. And enter you should. Marvel at the intricate decor while you gain a newfound understanding of Islam and its principles. A note on conduct, modest clothing is appreciated.

Where to Stay in Dubai

Downtown

When you think of Dubai—what with its skyscrapers and mega malls—it’s probably Downtown Dubai that you’re imagining. Here, you'll find the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Fountain, and much more. It is also a prime spot for nightlife, with many clubs and restaurants. It can be a bit pricey, but if you're traveling to Dubai, Downtown will certainly be worth your while.

The Marina & Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR)

The Dubai Marina and JBR is a relatively new neighborhood in Dubai and is the most Westernized area. Here, you'll find beaches, restaurants, promenades, skyscrapers, and canals. There are fewer restrictions in this area—it’s no wonder that many expats live here. Watch yachts at the Marina, eat in the JBR, then take a metro to the rest of the city.

Bur Dubai

More authentic than much of the bustling city, Bur Dubai constitutes the main area of the Old City of Dubai. With local charm and vibes, it has been inhabited for many centuries and contains local bazaars and traditional architecture, perfect for lovers of culture and history. As a bonus, Bur Dubai has some of the cheapest rates in the city.

Dubai Mall

With over 1,300 stores, the Dubai Mall is one of the largest malls in the world. Located just beside the Burj Khalifa, the Mall contains every kind of shop imaginable. But even those wary of shopping can visit this place, as it contains an ice rink, a movie theater, and an aquarium. This venue is perfect for adults and kids alike.

Global Village

With more than 7 million annual visitors, the Global Village in Dubai is a melting pot of different cultures. Open from November through May, it contains shops selling goods from India, Pakistan, Iraq, Africa, and more. It also features live concerts, thrill rides, and restaurants. Located on the outskirts of Dubai, this cultural zone is perfect if you're looking to get away from the bustle of the city.

Dubai Desert Conversation Reserve

Ready for a break from the skyscrapers of the city? We recommend visiting the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, an 87 square mile zone of the Arabian Desert. Visitors are allowed to visit with tour guides, and there are plenty of things to do, the most popular of which is dune driving on a 4x4. There's also camel riding, horse riding, archery and more, all that can be followed by a Dune Dinner.

Burj Khalifa

Soaring to a staggering height of 2722 feet (just over half a mile), the Burj Khalifa is infamously the tallest building in the world. The observatory deck on the 124th floor is a must-visit for a view of the desert, ocean, and cityscape—a view unlike any other on the planet. Pro tip: to avoid long lines, buy your entrance ticket well in advance.

Dubai Fountain

Located outside the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Fountain is a spectacle for the senses. Made by the creators of the famous Fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas, it is currently the world's tallest performing fountain. Offering stunning choreographed water sequences, the Fountain is best viewed at night, when the city lights twinkle around you. A must-see if you're visiting Dubai!

Jumeirah Mosque

Built just north of the Dubai Marina with beautiful white sandstone in the medieval Fatimid style, the Jumeirah Mosque is the only mosque in Dubai that allows Non-Muslims to enter. And enter you should. Marvel at the intricate decor while you gain a newfound understanding of Islam and its principles. A note on conduct, modest clothing is appreciated.

Downtown

When you think of Dubai—what with its skyscrapers and mega malls—it’s probably Downtown Dubai that you’re imagining. Here, you'll find the Burj Khalifa, the Dubai Mall, the Dubai Fountain, and much more. It is also a prime spot for nightlife, with many clubs and restaurants. It can be a bit pricey, but if you're traveling to Dubai, Downtown will certainly be worth your while.

The Marina & Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR)

The Dubai Marina and JBR is a relatively new neighborhood in Dubai and is the most Westernized area. Here, you'll find beaches, restaurants, promenades, skyscrapers, and canals. There are fewer restrictions in this area—it’s no wonder that many expats live here. Watch yachts at the Marina, eat in the JBR, then take a metro to the rest of the city.

Bur Dubai

More authentic than much of the bustling city, Bur Dubai constitutes the main area of the Old City of Dubai. With local charm and vibes, it has been inhabited for many centuries and contains local bazaars and traditional architecture, perfect for lovers of culture and history. As a bonus, Bur Dubai has some of the cheapest rates in the city.

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