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Must Visit Tourist Attractions in Dubai for Family or Friends

Dubai is a great choice if you’re looking for a family-friendly vacation destination during your Dubai Tours. Dine on the Dhow Cruise Dubai Marina and enjoy the beautiful views of the city. From here, you can see the Marina District at night. We’ve produced a list of the top Dubai attractions that no visitor or resident should miss.

  1. You can have a great time if you rent a yacht in Dubai

With the help of Mala Yachts Services, weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and other important events can be held on a yacht. Mala Yachts Services also hosts parties on a yacht on New Year’s Eve. You can go on a tour with the help of a crew of well-trained professionals. This gives you a chance to stretch out and feel the Arabic air. When you hire a Dubai yacht, you don’t have to worry about anything. For a special event in Dubai, renting a boat can be a great way to mark the occasion. 

The Dubai Marina dhow cruise is a high-end way to cruise because it’s a better way to take selfies and see the sights. You may keep your birthday under wraps with a traditional Dhow cruise out of Dubai Marina.

  1. A visit to the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is an exhilarating experience

Since the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is one of the most iconic structures in the Middle East and the entire world, it is a must-see site in Dubai.” The sail-shaped building, a symbol of luxury and seclusion, has welcomed guests since it first opened its doors in 1999. Among its eleven restaurants and bars is the Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, a must-see if you want to feel what it’s like to be treated like a king.

  1. See a world underwater at Dubai Aquarium

It is located on the lower level of Dubai Mall. It has 140 different kinds of marine life. The Underwater Zoo is the best part of a trip here, with its three-story-high glass panels and 270-degree views along their length. You can also see it for free from the mall. For people who want to get up close and personal with some of the aquarium’s residents, the Dubai Aquarium offers a variety of aquatic experiences and activities, such as hand-feeding eagle rays and diving with reef and tiger sharks.

  1. Go out into the desert

The rolling dunes of the UAE are not too far from Dubai’s tall buildings. Maleha in Sharjah and the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve are day trips from the city. Desert adventure trips can include sandboarding, camel rides, 4WD safaris, and shows of Arabian falconry. You can also camp and look at the stars. The standard tour schedule, which gives visitors a taste of what it’s like to live in the desert, can fit into a short trip to Dubai that takes about six hours from door to door and leaves in the afternoon.

  1. Ski and then shop at Mall of the Emirates

The unique Ski Dubai facility can be found inside the city’s most well-known mall, the Mall of the Emirates. At a constant temperature of -4 degrees Celsius, the indoor ski slope features chairlifts and penguin habitat. Furthermore, a movie theatre and an amusement park catering to children and adults alike can be found. Shopping and dining possibilities abound, with cuisines worldwide to suit every taste. A limo rental Dubai service can carry you to and from any event, from a wedding to a business meeting, with style and grace.

  1. Kite Beach and Umm Suqeim Beach are wet spots

Due to its waves and wind, Northern Umm Suqeim Beach is Dubai’s top kitesurfing site. Water sports providers offer equipment hire, kitesurfing courses, paddle boarding, and kayak rental on the beach. This lengthy stretch of yellow-sand beach spreads south down the coast (becoming Umm Suqeim Beach), with lots of space for sunbathers and great facilities and food choices. The Burj Al Arab is visible from the southern end of the beach. In Jumeirah, it’s worth leaving the beach for an hour to explore Majlis Ghorfat Um Al-Shelf, 3 km away.

  1. A tour to Dubai Creek is unique

For hundreds of years, the Dubai Creek has been an integral part of life in the city, playing a role in both the city’s newest and oldest attractions. Once every minute, an abra crosses the lake and costs just Dhs1. You only have to travel a little distance to view this must-see attraction and a fantastic chance to learn about “ancient Dubai.” Settle into a boat for a cruise down Dubai Creek and expect to be transported back to the city’s origins and learn about the essence of Dubai. 

  1. Dubai skydiving is an exciting place

Skydiving from Dubai’s Palm Drop Zone is the most exciting way to see the city. Dubai Marina and Palm Jumeirah can be seen down the 3,900-meter drop. The whole experience takes 90 minutes and includes the flight, an instructor who is harnessed, and a camera operator who is also skydiving. Skydive Dubai also offers tandem skydiving in the desert 35 kilometers from the city. 


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