Best things to do in Dubai
Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.
“Dubai’s stunning skyline can be admired from this 829-metre-tall architectural marvel, with the world’s highest observation deck, nightclub and restaurant (worth having a fancy dinner at Atmosphere) For the observation deck please note that there are two options of height (the first one is good enough) and you must purchase your tickets in advance ”
“Atlantis, The Palm opened in September 2008, and spans a massive 46 hectares, with 17 hectares of water park alone. Atlantis also features exciting marine and entertainment attractions that the whole family can enjoy and a collection of world-renowned and award-winning restaurants.”
“Still one of the biggest malls in the world. Shop for and eat anything and everything you can imagine as well as go for a movie or a ski on the slopes. I love grabbing a hot chocolate at the little cafe/cabin on the slopes (you don't have to ski to get to this) and watch people ski through the window. ”
“Dubai Marina area is a high-class residential neighborhood known for The Beach at JBR, a leisure complex with alfresco dining and sandy stretches to relax on. Cafes and pop-up craft markets line waterside promenade Dubai Marina Walk, while Dubai Marina Mall is packed with chain and luxury fashion brands. Upscale yachts cruise through the large man-made marina, where activities range from jet-skiing to skydiving or just laying down and relaxing.”
“JBR is located in Dubai's most sought-after beachfront neighborhood, the Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR). JBR is home to the famed The Walk at JBR and The Beach, with five-star hotels, restaurants headed by Michelin star-awarded chefs, branded shops, dynamic water sports and a strip of cafés and dining facilities popular for al fresco dining. ”
“A magical flower garden. The garden occupies over 72,000 square metres, making it the world's largest natural flower garden featuring over 50 million flowers and 250 million plants.”