BEST PLACES TO VISIT IN DUBAI ON A WEEKEND WITH FAMILY

Dubai is famous for its tourist places like Dubai’s iconic Burj Khalifa(the world’s highest structure) and malls for shopping which are stocked with massive aquariums as well as outdoor ski runs.

However, this city is full of tourist attractions and things to do, in addition to all the trendy modern accessories, Dubai is known as the best tourist place

Go for a stroll around The Al Fahidi quarter, and you’ll find the beautiful old Dubai. It is a must, to visit World’s largest flower garden Dubai Miracle Garden and World’s Largest Butterfly Garden.

Find out more about the best tourist places to visit in Dubai by reading our list of most popular places.

Burj Khalifa

The Dubai landmark and a major popular tourist destination is Burj Khalifa. At 829.8 feet is the highest structure in the world, and one of the most famous of Dubai’s points of attraction.

For many travelers, a visit up to the observation deck on the 124th floor should be a top priority when visiting the city. The views of downtown from the bird’s-eye view are truly breathtaking.

It offers 360-degree views across the skyscrapers, to an oasis on one hand and the ocean on the other.

Purchase Your Burj Khalifa “At the Top” Entrance ticket in advance so that you can get rid of long lines, especially when you plan to visit during weekends.

Official site: Burjkhalif

Dubai Mall

Dubai Mall is the city’s top mall and is one of the top places to spend shopping or indoor activities to keep children busy. It also gives you access to Dubai Mall, the Burj Khalifa, and The Dubai Aquarium.

Also, there’s an ice-skating area, gaming zone, and cinema complex for those looking for other entertainment alternatives.

The options for eating and shopping are inexhaustible and there are almost every day special events, such as live music or fashion shows inside the mall. 

Place: Doha Road. Just off Sheikh Zayed Road

Official site: The Dubai mall

Dubai Creek

Dubai Creek separates the city into two towns that are Deira towards the North as well Bur Dubai towards the south.

It has also been a significant factor in the city’s development beginning with the first time it attracted people to fish and dive.

Small towns grew along the river as early at least 4,000 years before the modern age began in the 1830s as people from the Bani Yas tribe came to the region.

In the Bur part of Dubai’s creek it is rubbing against the Bastakia neighborhood The waterfront has been revitalized as it is now the Al Seef district which has a waterfront promenade with traditional coral-block and limestone structures and a floating market and shops that sell crafts. It’s an ideal spot to stroll along with stunning water views.

Dubai Butterfly Garden

Take a break from the city’s skyscrapers and spend some time here. If you want to experience a bit of nature, this sprawling butterfly garden, home to more than 15,000 butterflies that flit around the domed enclosures, simply can’t be beaten.

It’s an excellent opportunity for children to see close-up shots of butterflies since they typically land on the visitors their hands and shoulders. It is one of the fun place to visit in Dubai.

There’s a Museum here and also a library of information about butterfly species along with their habitats and their life cycle.

Address: Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Rd, Al Barsha

Official Site: Dubai Butterfly Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden

This is the most alluring garden you will ever see.

It is the world’s largest flower garden covering 2,000 square meters and home to more than a hundred million blooms.

Enjoy the walking paths and the explosion of colors and the bizarre floral display. It is one the cool places to visit in Dubai.

Address: Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Rd, Al Barsha

Official site: Dubai Miracle Garden

Burj Al-Arab

The Burj Al-Arab is the world’s highest hotel, with 321m in the air on its very own artificial island located on the Dubai coast.

The design is intended to resemble the sail of a billowing dhow The exterior of the building is illuminated by a choreographed, colorful lighting display at night..

To enjoy the most stunning view of the city, make reservations for after-dinner teas at The Skyview Bar (a minimum amount of money is necessary) at the 27th level.

Address: Jumeirah Road, Dubai

Kite Beach

Kite Beach is renowned as Dubai’s most sought-after destination for kitesurfers, and it is the home of a variety of water sports enthusiasts.

It’s the perfect place to go on the water kitesurfing or trying your hand at stand-up paddleboarding. Equipment rental and classes can be arranged at the beach.

Address: Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Rd, Al Barsha

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