Travel 5 must-see places to visit when in Dubai

5 must-see places to visit when in Dubai


Dubai has recently emerged as one of the world’s most urbane and hip places, thanks to everything from over-the-top entertainment parks to mind-blowing shopping malls. There are numerous tourist attractions in the city that you can never get enough of! If you’re looking for something to do in Dubai, you’ll be hard-pressed to find an ethereal experience better than the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo or perhaps a quaint dinner on the Dhow Cruise Dubai Marina. Every Dubai attraction is meticulously planned to maximize the potential of its distinguished visitors and help them in having a great time. In addition to the Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa, you’ll be awed by the impressive Palm Islands infrastructure during your half-day city tour of Dubai and Abu Dhabi city.

With the Dolphin shows, bird shows, and fishing adventures, Dubai has many venues to visit for the perfect kind of pleasure. Every traveler here will find something new and exciting among the city’s attractions!

And amongst them, here are the top 5 recommendations that you should visit when in Dubai.

1.      Feel the joy with a Dolphin Show

The live dolphin show in Dubai is suitable for all ages, from couples to families. The city of Dubai is known for its opulence and awe-inspiring surprises. The Dolphin Show is one of the many pleasant discoveries. This bottlenose dolphin display in the comfort of your own home will leave you breathless and rejuvenated. The entire family can share a memorable experience. Enjoy your time with them. You can easily book a dolphin show Dubai via Thrillophilia.

You can do acrobatics and engage with your children at the same time! There is a 500-square-meter indoor aquarium where you may find this show at Dubai Creek. They have the best seals and dolphins globally, who can perform to the pulsating rhythms of heavy music and sparkling lights. In the gallery, the audience can engage with the performers.

Timings: 11.00 AM, 2.00 PM, & 6.00 PM (45 min. each), Monday- Saturday

Entry Fee: INR 2078/- each (100 AED)

2.      Dhow Cruise Dubai Marina

In the heart of “New Dubai JBR,” they offer the best ArabianDhow cruise Dubai Marina with a buffet dinner and a unique sightseeing tour lasting two and a half hours.

At first glance, the brightly lit skyscrapers of the new and luxury Dubai dock apartments are the most impressive vistas. While cruising through the Palm Canals, you can see the disreputable Palm Jumeirah with its majestic imaginary place edifice and even the Burj Al Arab in the night sky from a dhow cruise along the Dubai JBR water promenade, the marina yacht club, the Dubai Marina Mall, and several international five-star hotels. Spectacular views of the fronds and golden mile, Signature Villas, Garden Homes, and many more. Feel the luxury with the ride!

Timings: 8:30- 10:00 pm

Entry Fee: INR 2078/- each (100 AED)

3.      Feel the Fishing Adventure

If you’ve never been to Dubai before or are a novice fisherman, Marina dhow, a cruise specialist, has put up a unique program to learn fishing and have fun. Everybody can participate at a very modest price.

The Arabian Gulf is a popular destination for fishing aficionados worldwide, and visitors are invited to join for a unique deep-sea fishing adventure. If you’re in Dubai, the fishing grounds of the Arabian Gulf are an excellent area to take a break from the city’s hustle and bustle and relax on the sea. Try your luck at fishing while taking in the awe-inspiring beauty of deep-sea oceans.

Timings: 6:00 am onwards

Entry Fee: INR 3120/- each (150 AED)

4.      Visit the Abu Dhabi City

You will be picked up early in the morning by the travel team and guides, either Dubai or Sharjah to begin your journey. Then you’ll travel directly to Abu Dhabi, which will take you around 1-2 hours. Sheik Zayed Mosque, a blend of modern and traditional Arabic design, will be your first stop on the tour.

The rulers ‘ residence, a visit to the city’s Al Husa Fort comes next. Once you’ve finished the beauty experience of these places, you’ll head back through the city for a quick brunch before heading back to the hotel. After that, you’ll head to Emirates Heritage Village to learn more about Arabic history and culture. For the next 30 minutes, you’ll be at the Cultural Foundation and Handicrafts Center.

Now that you’ve had a taste of Abu Dhabi, they’ll take you to some of the city’s most popular tourist attractions, where you’ll be able to take photos. Then plan to eat lunch at the top Emirates Palace hotel at 12:30 pm.

Timings: 7:30 am onwards

Entry Fee: INR 4570/- per person (220 AED)

5.      Feel the Paradise with Hatta Mountain Tour

The Hatta valley tour is a fantastic half-day excursion that takes you deep into the mystical splendor of the Hatta mountains. On the eastern side of the UAE, Hatta highlands is where the journey begins. Through a rugged wadi and gorgeous, distinctive springs in the equipped 4×4 vehicles, you may get a quick glimpse of magnificent rock formations that have been trimmed and cut throughout time.

Within the mountain’s boundaries, you’ll find the rich beauty of the mountain. In addition to the natural Swimming Pools, Riversides, and greenish mountains that surround the region, the Hatta mountain visit offers a combination package with a marina dhow sail so that you can explore the surrounding attractive villages as well.

Timings: 9:30 am onwards

Entry Fee: INR 2078/- each (100 AED)

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