Dubai Holidays 2019: 15 Adventures to Explore.

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Dubai Holidays 2019? This few words have been a thought or dream in the minds of most people, while others are living the dream already.

Are you on annual work leave? or just feeling like celebrating your birthday in a special way or celebrating your love life with your wife? or Your whole family? Dubai is fun to visit on your holidays.

Emirate of Dubai being the most visited emirate in the United Arab Emirates and also the most populated with 3.32 million populace comprising of the locals and immigrants.

Dubai has come to become the most developed among the six other emirates:

  • Abu Dhabi,
  • Ajman,
  • Al Fujayrah,
  • Sharjah,
  • Ras al-khaimah
  • and Umm Al Quwain.

Dubai is not just the most developed, it has also become a holiday destination for most people around the globe. From shopping the most exclusive designer clothing to visiting waterfalls and fantastic skyscrapers and world class hotels.

It’s a welcoming emirate with several strict laws guiding it and keeping you and everyone safe throughout your holidaying stay in the amazing emirate. 

Now, let’s dig in.

A. Places to visit in Dubai at Night.

1. Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo:

an experience that would make everyone to ask for much more. The 10 million litres aquarium seats at the ground level of the Dubai Mall making it the largest in the world and clinching the Guinness book of records for Acrylic Panel as at 4th November, 2010 when it was officially launched. Who wouldn’t want to see over 30,000 aquatic animals including Sharks which are fed at 2:00pm daily. Walking through the aquarium tunnel is also a wonderful experience.  

2. Burj Khalifa:

This magnificent building also holds a Guinness Book of records for the tallest building in the world with 160 floors and a height of 829.8m. Imagine walking up the stairs to the top floor or the speed of the elevators, or even imagine the mind-blowing view of Dubai from the top at night. The edifice cost the developer a whooping $4.1 billion dollars as at its completion in 2010. While regular hotels in Dubai with wifi and air conditioning system cost around $20 – $50 per night, Burj Khalifa cost $24,000 per night.

3. Dubai Creek:

Whether you are in a 4-person cable car that run the creek side park length for an hour which cost 30 dirham for rent or you are in a water taxi (creek cruise boats also Abra), the view is almost the same; the flowing seawater divides two cities, Deira and Bur Dubai. 

Dubai creek which used to be the center of commercial hub in the emirate, still holds the Gold shops in the area where the most collection of gold can be seen in a place in the world, window shopping or buying some gold jewelries for loved ones wouldn’t be a terrible idea. 

4. Dubai Fountains:

Perfectly situated at the Burj Khalifa lake, if any anyone wanted to have a full untold experience of the dancing fountain, it would be in the night hours.

The show officially starts by 6:00 pm and continues every half hour till 11:00 pm. Showing beautiful displays of colourful lights (Pink, red, blue, and purple e.t.c) that its beam of light can be seen in the night sky distance away. 

5. Dubai Mall:

Developed as part of the Burj Khalifa, this mall remains the second largest mall in the world (behind West Edmonton Mall Canada) with 22-cinemas and over 1,200 retail shops, and of course, the largest aquarium in the world and several cafes.

Several attractions in the mall like World largest OLED screen, The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo, Rainforest cafe pull over 750,000 visitors every week.

B. Places to visit in Dubai for free

6. Dubai Aquarium:

Having spent a fortune on plane tickets and hotel accommodation, you must not break the bank to have an admirable look at the world’s largest aquarium, there is a broader view of the acrylic tank from inside the mall, but there’s also a perfect view of the aquarium from outside the mall without paying to explore. A visitor gets a perfect souvenir picture of his/herself and broader smile.

7. Cinema Nights:

There are hundreds of pay-per-entry cinema centres in Dubai, and there’s also free movie centres too that can entertain you and your loved ones, while hanging out at night at Pyramids Rooftop complex. At the complex, large screen movies are enjoyed in the open sky while you sip your soft drink.

8. Dubai fountains:

No one would charge you a dime for dancing alongside the beautiful soundtracks of the choreographed fountains with its beams of light synchronized. You are allowed to take selfies of yourself or make a video clip of the high rise fountain.

9. Beach:

There are several beaches in Dubai. But, the notable open beach to tourists and residents is the Jumeirah Open Beach, its entry fee remains free till further notice. There’s even showers and changing rooms just in case you want to take a dive in the sea. So feel free to spread your picnic blanket and enjoy the breeze and sun rays. Or Even have a morning jog along the length of the beach.    

C. Things to do in Dubai with kids

10. Virtual Reality Park:

Located at the Dubai Mall, is the VR park expand your kid’s fun and happiness with the virtual reality. Explore the augmented reality and stunning effects from Zombie attacks to other heartthrob effects making the amazing park for every kid.

11. Wild Wadi Water park:

Every kid loves the waterpark with proper guidance. Kids cool off the sunny day at the park’s lazy river afloat or ride the water roller coaster. Alongside other fun activities that would have your kids entertained. Located on Jumeirah road, a stone’s throw from Jumeirah Beach hotel.

Every kid loves the waterpark with proper guidance. Kids cool off the sunny day at the park’s lazy river afloat or ride the water roller coaster. Alongside other fun activities that would have your kids entertained. Located on Jumeirah road, a stone’s throw from Jumeirah Beach hotel.

  12. IMG World of Adventure:

Explore the world’s largest indoor theme park, as the park brings to life your favorite movie characters and scare you off your chest with laughter from avengers to dinosaurs. Kids loves adventure more than anything else, explore their imaginative minds at the theme park.

Explore the world’s largest indoor theme park, as the park brings to life your favorite movie characters and scare you off your chest with laughter from avengers to dinosaurs. Kids loves adventure more than anything else, explore their imaginative minds at the theme park.

13. The Miracle Garden:

Kids love butterflies right? Imagine the aromatic air in a colorful garden of the world’s largest butterfly garden surrounded by more than 50 million beautiful flowers in one place.

The beauty of such a place remains unexplainable, but a classy experience.

14. Boat Ride:

No doubts that kids love water experiences, now enjoying a boat ride being paddled in the direction of your choice on a narrow waterways of Safa Park.

The park is open to everyone from morning hours (8:00am) to evening hours (11:00pm), But on Tuesdays, only Ladies and kids are allowed. The place is located on 2nd Interchange, Sheikh Zayed road.

15. Dolphin Bay:

Allow the kids to have a fulfilled afternoon with the world’s friendliest water mammals the dolphin. The kids could have a swim with the dolphin if they can swim, and not afraid of the friendly dolphin under the watchful eyes of an instructor.   

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