Top 49 places to visit in Dubai in 2018 (with photos)
- Ashok Saini
Dubai is the largest emirate in United Arab Emirates. It is based on Persian Gulf coast. As a country, the population in Dubai is most as compared to other emirates. It is safe to visit Dubai. Most people speak Hindi including hotels staff. We recommend Dubai package for 4 nights 5 days at least. Choose wisely which places to include to get cheap tour packages to Dubai from Delhi.
1. Burj Khalifa
Burj Khalifa, which was also known as Burj Dubai (wiki) before the construction was completed, is the tallest building in the world. You may ask – what is Burj. Burj is translated as tower. Adrian Smith as architect designed the tower. The cost to build Burj Khalifa was USD 1.5 billion. The height of the tower is 829.8 m. There are 163 floors in the tower. Some people wonder what is on the top floor of Burj Khalifa. Top 4 floors from 160 to 163 are mechanical floors. Concourse, ground and floor one to eight are occupied by Armani hotel. At the top observatory is on 124th floor while the new deck observatory is on 148th floor. Top view from observatory is amazing. Part of Tom cruise movie Mission Impossible – Ghost Protocol was filmed in Burj Khalifa. If you ask how much is the ticket, then the entry fee is AED 315 for adult and AED 170 for child for 124th floor observation deck.
2. Burj Al Arab
Burj Al Arab or Tower of Arabs is a luxury hotel in Dubai. It is third tallest hotel in the world. The construction was started in 1994 and completed in 1999. The architect of the hotel was Tom Wright. The construction cost was USD 1 billion. It stands on reclaimed land some 280 m from Jumeirah beach. The top floor is located at a height of 197.5 m. There are 56 floor counts and 202 rooms in the hotel. What is it made of? The tower consists of over 70,000 m3 (92,000 cu yd) of concrete and 9,000 tons of steel. If you wonder how much a night in Burj Al Arab costs, then hotel price for booking a room starts approximately at AED 1000 per night. You can check the exact room price on the official site. Some people ask can you go into Burj Al Arab and what you can do there? Well, as a tourist you may go inside and have a high tea in one of the restaurants.
3. The Dubai Mall
Is the Dubai Mall the largest mall in the world? Infact yes, it is the largest mall in the world located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. You may be wondering how many shops are there in Dubai Mall. There are 1200 stores in this mall. The complete shop list and floor map can be found in information computers in the mall. Shops like Sephora and reel cinema is situated inside. The opening hours are from 10 A.M. till 11 P.M. and till 12 A.M. on Thursday to Saturday. Dubai aquarium is located inside the Dubai Mall. Dubai fountain is located at the back exit of the Dubai Mall on the ground floor. There are few hotels located near the Dubai Mall.
4. Mall of the Emirates
Mall of Emirates is a shopping mall in Dubai. The nearest metro station is Mall of Emirates metro station on the red line. The open timings are from 10 A.M. till 10 P.M. and till 12 A.M. on Thursday till Saturday. The floor map can be found inside the mall. Vox cinema, Ski Dubai and stores like Apple store, Carrefore and restaurants are located here. Ibis, Kempinski, Sheraton are some of the hotels situated near the mall.
5. Wild Wadi Water Park
Wild Wadi Water Park is an outdoor water park in Dubai. It has some of the largest rides. The opening timings are from 10 A.M. till 18 P.M. Ticket prices are based on the height. If you have to choose between Atlantis aqua venture and Wild Wadi Water Park, both has different experience and it is difficult to choose one over other. Guests of Burj AL Arab has unlimited access to Wild Wadi Water Park.
6. The Dubai Fountain
The Dubai Fountain is the worlds largest musical fountain. You may wonder how the cost of Dubai Fountain system was AED 800 million. You may also want to know what time is the Dubai fountain shows as you would not like to miss the show. The fountain show timings are at 1:00 pm and at 1:30 pm as well as every 30 minutes from 6 pm to 10 pm on weekdays, and from 6 pm to 11 pm on weekends being Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. The songs played at Burj Khalifa fountain show are Arabic and international hits. Also visit Dubai mall aquarium in Dubai mall – you can buy the ticket at the counter near it. Food lovers may enjoy different restaurants at Dubai mall.
7. Dubai Creek
Dubai Creek is a salt water creek in Dubai. It extends up to Persian Gulf. Abra (passenger boats) cruise in the Dubai Creek. The Abra opening hours depends from station to station. You will enjoy your Dhow Cruise in the Dubai Creek, even if you choose cheapest Dubai holiday package from Delhi. Some hotels along the Dubai Creek are Sheraton, Hyatt Regency, Hilton, Radisson Blu, The Terrace, Marriott executive apartments, Pullman, Park Hyatt, Radisson. Textile Souk, Gold Souk and Spice Souk are located along the Dubai creek.
8. Palm Jumeirah
Palm Jumeirah is build on reclaimed land along the Jumeirah beach costal area. It is also known as Palm island. The construction of Palm Jumeirah island started in 2001. In 2006, first residential houses were handed over. Villa price on sale starts from AED 30,000,000. Many hotels are built in Palm Island including Atlantis, Anantara, Kempinski, Sofitel, Fairmont, Viceroy, Rixos, Waldorf Astoria. Restaurants like Golden Mile. Shops like Tips and Toes are also located here. Palm Jumeirah is included in city tour so you will visit it even if you choose cheap Dubai packages from New Delhi.
9. Madinat Jumeirah
Madinat Jumeirah is a 5-star resort in Jumeirah area of Dubai. There are three hotels namely Al Qasr, Mina A'Salam, and Al Naseem and 29 summer residential complexes. There are over 40 restaurants and bars including Toscana, Pacha,Frioul, Shimmers in the Madinat Jumeirah Souk . Other hotels in the surrounding area are Dar Al Masyaf At.
10. Dubai Marina
Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city in Dubai. It is built along 3 km long stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline. Jumeirah beach residence is a 1.7 km long waterfront community located against Persian Gulf in Dubai Marina. The Walk – located at JBR (Jumeirah Beach Resort) restaurant and shopping strip, is very popular for Al Fresco dinning. There are five hotels including Dusit Residence, Marriott, Radisson Blu, Wyndham, Intercontinental and two converted residentials including Torch tower. Restaurants like Pier 7 are in Dubai Marina. Reel cinema is in Dubai Marina mall. Things to do at Dubai Marina includes RIB super boat sightseeing tour, sunset dinner cruise, the Walk and the Beach at JBR and Zero Gravity Beach club.
11. Ski Dubai
Ski Dubai is an indoor snow park ski resort in Mall of Emirates. The resort features 85 m high mountain with 5 slopes and 400 m long run. Ski Dubai also houses several penguins who are let out of their enclosures several times a day. What to wear in Ski resort? Winter clothing, ski and snowboard equipment are included in the price of admission ticket. Polar pass, super pass and offers on credit cards are available. Include Ski Dubai to make best Dubai tour package from Delhi.
12. Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Jumeirah Beach Hotel is a 5 star hotel built on reclaimed land in Jumeirah in Dubai. There are 598 rooms and suites, 19 beachfront villas, and 20 restaurants and bars including 360, La Pamilla and Latitude. All guests in the hotel has unlimited access to Wild Wadi Park. For booking and deals check the official website. Other nearby hotels are Amway Rotana, Sofitel, The Cover, Ramada, Naya, Hilton.
13. Jumeirah Beach
Jumeirah beach is a white sand beach. Located on the coast of Persian Gulf, it extends from coast south of the city's historic district to the junction with The Palm Jumeirah and terminates between the southern end of the Jumeirah Beach Residence (adjacent to the Dubai Marina district) and the port facilities at Jebel Ali. The beach and its frontage feature large hotels, resorts, and housing developments, including the Burj Al Arab (Arab Tower) hotel, Wild Wadi Water Park, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, and the old-style Madinat Jumeirah, a hotel and shopping complex. There are various restaurants near the Jumeirah beach on the Jumeirah beach road. Other hotels in the area are Sofitel, Sheraton, Movenpick, Ramada, Hilton, Amwaj suites. The beach is open to public round the clock.
14. Dubai Museum
Dubai Museum is the main museum of Dubai. It is located in the Al Fahidi Fort, which was built in 1787 and is the oldest building in Dubai. The galleries in the museum shows the artefacts from Asian and African countries that were traded in the past. Dubai Museum opening hours are from 8.30 A.M. till 8.30 P.M. The entry ticket price is AED 3 for adult and AED 1 for children. Al Fahidi is the nearest metro station.
15. Jumeirah Mosque
Jumeirah Mosque located in the Jumeirah area of Dubai is the oldest mosque in Dubai. The history stated that the construction began in 1976. It is the only mosque open to non-Muslims. Take entry with your guide. It is said to be the most photographed mosque in Dubai. There is a dress code in the mosque. Visitor timings are from 9 A.M. till 1 P.M. Some facts about the mosque are that it can accommodate about 1200-1500 people. It is featured on AED 500 bank note. You can get to Palm Jumeirah on the same Jumeirah beach road on which mosque is situated. Photo stop at Jumeirah mosque is included in cheap packages to Dubai from Delhi.
16. The World
The World islands Dubai are islands in the rough form of the world on the reclaimed land about 4 km from the shore in the Persian Gulf. The islands cost was estimated at CAD $13 billion back in 2005. The islands of Dubai failure are due to the 2008 crises. A report states that the islands are sinking back into the sea. Island Michael Schumacher hosts the house of the Schumacher.
17. Grand Mosque
Grand Mosque in Dubai was first built in 1900 which was then used as a school to teach Quran, and later rebuilt in 1960 and again in 1998 in the original style. There is a strict dress code in the mosque, although non-Muslims are not allowed in the mosque except the minaret where photography is allowed. The Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi is also known as Sheikh Zayed Mosque. It is open from 9 in the morning till 10 in the evening. There is no entry fee. It is open to non-Muslims although strict dress code applies.
18. Dubai Delphinarium
Dubai dolphinarium is fully airconditioned dolphinarium in middle east which hosts dolphin and seals. Public can interact with dolphins and seals through live shows and photo sessions. It is located at creek park side of Bur Dubai. The show timings are at 3 and 6 P.M. with ticket price at AED 125 for adult and VIP tickets at AED 145. Last minute deals are available at discounted rates. Credit card offers are available for Dubai First card holders. You can also enjoy Creek Park Bird Show at the dolphinarium.
19. Jumeirah Lake Towers
Jumeirah Lake Towers consists of 80 towers being constructed along the edges of three artificial lakes (Lake Almas West, Lake Almas East, JLT Lake) as well as the JLT Embankment of 8 tower facing Jumeirah Islands. JLT is a free zone and is divided into alphabetically assigned clusters, each unique in layout, function and format with two metro stations and excellent transport links. Many international companies have their offices here. Apartments are available for rent in JLT. There are many restaurants and hotels like Movenpick, Bonnington, Armada Bluebay, Pullman.
20. Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
Dubai aquarium and underwater zoo is in Dubai Mall. The aquarium is located on ground floor and houses thousands of animals including sharks and rays. Ticket price starts from AED 105. Different tours are available at higher ticket price cost. There are various membership discounts including Dubai First credit card offers. The aquarium timings are from 10 A.M. till 12 midnight. Parking is in basement in Dubai mall.
21. Emirates Towers
Jumeirah Emirates Tower also known as Emirates Tower Two is a 5-star hotel on Sheikh Zayed road in Dubai. It has 40 luxury suites. Emirates Office Tower is 54 storey office building that hosts business park. The architecture was planned by NOOR group. There are various restaurants and bars in the Emirates Tower. Other amenities include gym, Talise spa, Talise fitness, Al Nafoorah, Rib room, La Cantine, The Ivy. The nearest metro station is the Emirates Towers.
22. Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House
Sheikh Sayeed Al Maktoum House is a historic building established around 1894 as the seat of Al Maktoum family and former residential quarters of Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, former ruler of Dubai is located along the Dubai Creek in the locality of Al Shindagha. It is now a museum that contains artefacts and images of the old town of Dubai. You can go inside this Dubai kings house by buying a ticket at a price of AED 3 for adult. The entrance timings are Saturday to Thursday, from 8:00 to 20:30, and Fridays, from 15:00 until 21:30.
23. Mushrif Park
Mushrif Park is a 1300-acre family-oriented park in Dubai. It is in the eastern part of the city around 16 km from the city centre. The entry fee to the park is AED 10 per car. The swimming pool is accessible at AED 10 for adult and AED 5 for children. The park is open daily from 8 in the morning till 11 in the evening. The park also has barbeque area, cycle track, prayer room, artificial grass football field and children playing area.
24. IMG Worlds of Adventure
IMG Worlds of Adventure is an indoor amusement park in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The theme park is divided in four zones - Cartoon Network, Marvel, IMG Boulevard and the Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure zones. Things to do in the park includes attractions like Thor Thunder Spin, Hulk Epsilon base 3D and many other rides. There are various restaurants in the park. The entry ticket costs AED 258 for adult. The park timings are from 11 in the morning till 9 in the evening and till 10 in the evening on Thursday till Saturday.
25. Dubai Zoo
Dubai zoo built in 1967 is the oldest zoo in Arabian Peninsula in Dubai in UAE. The zoo houses around 230 species. The entrance fee is 2 Dirhams for adult. The zoo is open from 10 in the morning till 6 in the evening from 1st of March to the end of October and till 5.30 in the evening from the beginning of November to the end of February. The zoo is closed on Tuesday. The nearest metro station is Middle East Broadcasting Centre and Royal Mirage Hotel.
26. Deira Clocktower
Deira Clocktower is a roundabout in in eastern Dubai in Deira in United Arab Emirates. It provides access to the Al Maktoum Bridge, the first land crossing constructed between Deira and Bur Dubai. The area is commercially very important. Many important offices including Emirates airlines, Dnata, Dubai Islamic Bank, Ramee guestline are located here. You can also find Indian and Chinese restaurants here. Many hotels are also located in the area. Nearest metro station is Al-Rigga on Red Line.
27. Legoland Dubai
LEGOLAND Dubai and LEGOLAND Water Park are the theme park open round the year in the Middle East for families with children from 2-12. LEGOLAND Dubai and LEGOLAND Water Park allows families to take part in a full day LEGO themed adventures through interactive rides, water slides, models and building experiences. Theme park timings are from 10 in the morning till 6 in the evening. Ticket price for one day pass costs AED 235 per person.
28. Motiongate Dubai
Motiongate Dubai is a Hollywood theme park located in Dubai Parks and Resorts, Dubai. It was opened in 2016. It showcases attractions based on Dreamworks animation, Columbia pictures, Liongate and Smurfs. There are many family rides. Ticket price for single day pass costs AED 235. The park is open from 11 in the morning till 10 in the evening.
29. Zabeel Park
Zabeel Park is an urban public park in Zabeel district in Dubai. There are multiple entrance gates to the park and the park is divided in many zones connected by pedestrian bridges. The nearest metro station is Al Jaffliya metro station on the red line. The park was opened in 2005. The park open timings are from 8 in the morning till 11 in the evening. The park entrance fee is AED 5. It contains various recreational facilities including a jogging track on the park perimeter, pedestrian tracks, BMX track, skateboarding park, barbecue and picnic areas, a boating lake, lakeside restaurants, ice skating, a mini cricket pitch and golfing area, shaded seating and children's play areas. There is also an exhibition gallery, a prayer room, a fitness centre and various monuments. The park has three technology-based zones (The Alternative Energy Zone, Communications zone and Techno Zone). Park also offers 3D cinema for educational and entertainment activities.
30. The Green Planet Dubai
The Green Planet is a bio-dome tropical forest. Here one can explore our planet’s fascinating flora and fauna through an immersive expedition into the tropics. The Green Planet hosts over 3,000 plants and animals and the world’s largest indoor man-made and life-sustaining tree. The opening timings are from 10 in the morning till 6 in the evening. The ticket price is AED 95 for adult and AED 75 for child. The address is City Walk - Al Wasl - Dubai.
31. XVA Gallery
XVA Art Gallery was established in 2003 and specializes in contemporary art from the Arab world, Iran and the Subcontinent. XVA Gallery and XVA Art Hotel are in Dubai’s heritage district, now called Al Fahidi Neighborhood. XVA ART HOTEL is the former home of the Siddiqi family (Dubai’s Rolex dealers)- turned-boutique-hotel, which was revamped a few years back by Mona Hauser along with her artist and designer friends. XVA Cafe has already been hailed as ‘Dubai’s best kept secret’. The gallery is open from 10 in the morning till 6 in the evening.
32. Etihad Museum
Etihad museum collects, preserves, and displays the heritage of the UAE in the areas of political, social, scientific, cultural and military history. It holds everything from old passports to personal artefacts such as eyeglasses, rings and pocket watches, stamps and letters and other rare items are on display for the public to add dimensions to the story of the rulers of UAE. The museum has eight permanent pavilions. Museum is located next to the historic Union House on the Dubai waterfront. The ticket price is AED 25 per adult. The museum is open from 10 in the morning till 8 in the evening.
33. Women’s Museum
Women’s museum is in Gold Souk in Deira in Dubai. It is open from 10 in the morning till 7 in the evening from Saturday till Thursday. Ticket costs AED 20 per person. The Women’s Museum is a national archive and documentation centre, dedicated to the women of the UAE. It’s concerned with all aspects of their lives and with the historical and social contexts, which have shaped their philosophy; their status in society; and their place in the family.
34. Coffee Museum
Coffee museum is situated in Al Fahidi Heritage Village, Bastakiya - Dubai. Excursion must be booked in advance. There are many coffee artefacts from different parts of the world which makes this museum unique. The museum is open from 9 in the morning till 5 in the evening.
35. Palm Islands
Palm islands consists of three islands namely Palm Jumeirah, Deira island and Palm Jebel Ali on Dubai cost of Persian Gulf. Construction resources involved 210 million cubic metres of rock, sand and limestone. The islands are said to be sinking due to 2 m high tides and natural sinking of sand in the sea. Points of interest are various hotels including Atlantic The Palm with Aquaventure waterpark among others.
36. Aquaventure Waterpark
Atlantis Aquaventure Waterpark and The Lost Chambers are located in Atlantis hotel in Palm Dubai island. Atlantis Dubai waterpark hosts various rides including splash area for kids. The Lost Chambers is a huge aquarium. There is a dress code in Dubai Aquaventure waterpark. The ticket price is AED 275 for adult. There are various deals including 40% discount for Dubai residents and free unlimited access to guests of Atlantic Hotel.
37. Dubai Spice Souk
Dubai Spice Souk is a spice market neat Gold Souk on Baniyas street in Deira Dubai. The market is losing its importance due to large supermarkets and household shops. If you wonder what spices you should buy in Dubai, there are many herbs used in Arabic kitchen and south Asian food. Price of spices are high as compared to India and most of the spices can be bought here in India itself. The Spice Souk is open from 10 in the morning till 10 in the evening.
38. Al Bastakiya
Al Bastakiya also known as Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood is in Bur Dubai. It is now preserved after Prince Charles visit in 1989. You can take a guided tour which takes around 1.5 hours. Depending on the tour you take, the entrance fee is from AED 35 to 55. The opening times are from 9 in the morning till 6 in the evening. There are many restaurants near Bastakiya Quarter. The nearest metro station is Al Fahidi metro station from where it is a 10-15 minutes’ walk.
39. The Lost Chambers Aquarium
The Lost Chambers along with Aquaventure Waterpark is situated in Hotel Atlantis on Palm Island in Dubai. If you compare it with Dubai Aquarium, then the later hosts underwater world also. The Lost Chambers is open from 10 in the morning till 10 in the evening while the Aquaventure waterpark is open till 5 in the evening. There is no entrance fee to Lost Chambers. Entrance to both The Lost Chambers and The Aquaventure is free and unlimited to Guests of hotel Atlantis.
40. Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel
Jumeirah Emirates Hotel Tower or Emirates tower two is the lower of the two towers, other one being Emirates Office Tower, situated on Sheikh Zayed Road in Jumeirah District of Dubai. Emirate Hotel Tower is a five-star hotel with 40 luxury suites. The two towers are connected by a boulevard. There are many restaurants and bars in the two towers.
41. Dubai Miracle Garden
Dubai Miracle Garden is a botanical flower garden in Dubailand, Dubai. This Garden was opened on Valentine’s day in 2013. There are around 109 million flowers planted in the garden making it the world’s largest flower garden. The garden is open from October till April. In 2015, Butterfly Garden was opened in The Miracle Garden. This is also the world’s biggest butterfly garden with over 15000 butterflies of 26 species. The entrance fee to the Miracle Garden is AED 40. There is no metro station nearby.
42. Dolphin Bay
Dolphin Bay Dubai located in Atlantis The Palm is most sophisticated dolphin habitats in the world. You can have various experience right from standing in shallow water with dolphin, swim with dolphin to scuba diving with dolphins. Book your visit at least 14 days in advance to avail good deal. The ticket price starts around AED 845 per person. The bay timings are from 9.30 in the morning ill 5.30 in the evening.
43. Safa Park
Safa Park in Dubai is a public park open from 8 in the morning till 10 in the evening. It is situated along Sheikh Zayeed road. It is a 64-hectare park with cycle tracks, jogging tracks, barbeque area, three lakes and various species of trees and birds. The entrance fee is AED 3 per person. Parking to visitors is free. The nearest metro station is Business Bay which is just half a mile from the park.
44. Textile Souk
Textile Souk is a textile market in Bur Dubai opposite to Gold Souk and Dubai Spice Souk across the creek. The market opens at 8 in the morning till 1.30 in the afternoon and again at 4 in the evening till 9 in the evening. It is closed on Friday. Textile importers and wholesalers can be found here in the market. Fabric shops, slippers and souvenir shops can be found here. Textile souk is also known as the Old souk. Al Fahidi Metro Station or Al Ghubaiba Metro Station are the two nearest metro stations.
45. Jumeirah Beach Park
Jumeirah Beach Park is an idle place for family. It has sand beach and green grass cover. It has clean toilets and dressing rooms, a swimming pool, volleyball courts and ample parking. Among other facilities it has seats with sunshades, basketball and handballs fields, children’s playground, barbeque area, places to perform prayers, restaurants and cafes. Monday and Wednesday are lady’s day. Jumeirah beach park was opened in 1989 to be the first beach park, overlooking directly the Arabian Gulf in Jumeirah residential area. The entry fee to the park is AED 5 per person and AED 20 per car. The park timings are from 7.30 in the morning till 10 in the evening. The nearest metro station are Business Bay and Burj Khalifa/Dubai Mall.
46. Hermitage Shindagha Village
Hermitage Shindagha Village is former residence of the then ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum. It is now open to public as a museum. Museum is in Bur Dubai. There is no entrance fee to the Heritage Village. The entry timings are Sunday to Thursday, from 8:00 to 20:00, and Fridays, from 15:00 to 22:00. There are many restaurants in the neighbourhood.
47. At The Top Burj Khalifa
At The Top Burj Khalifa has observation deck at level 148, 125 and 124. Level 124 is open to public. It takes one minute in the worlds fastest lift to reach 124th floor. Best time to visit is a clear day. The entry ticket costs AED 315 for adult and AED 170 for child. The open timings are from 9.30 in the morning till 6 in the morning. The prime time is from 15 to 18 in the evening. One can also book At The Top SKY and explore 148th floor as well.
48. Public Beach
Jumeirah Public Beach is an open public beach with sands, sea and seats with sunshades. People come here to enjoy with friends and families alike. The beach is patrolled by police and life guards are on duty. It has no entrance gate or entrance fee. Other amenities found here are swimming pool, fields for sand football, beach volleyball, jogging lane and bicycle lane, children’s playing area, café and public utilities. Please follow the beach rules including no pets, no BBQ, no photography.
49. Al Mamzar Beach Park
Al Mamzar Park is home to beautiful beaches and acres of green fields. Stroll on the beach, swim in the pool or picnic on the lawns. Beach Park timings are Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday from 08:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and official holidays from 08:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday for ladies and kids only (boys to 6 years only). Entrance fee is AED 5 per person and AED 30 per car. Beach facilities includes Rescue services, swimming pools, seats with sunshades, renting the beach cabins: large cabin for AED 200 and small cabin for AED 150, swimming pool for adult: AED 10 and for children: AED 5, skateboard platform, children’s games area, Basketball, football & volleyball fields, bicycle renting, barbeque area, restaurants and cafes and public utilities.
We would also like to mention that if you plan to visit Dubai around new year, Dubai shopping festival 2018 packages will be right choice. There will be so much to explore and shop including fashion and electronics with irresistible offers.