A short guide on what to do in Dubai


Dubai is a city that never sleeps. Whether it’s desert safaris, shopping, tourist sites, landscapes, breathtaking venues, the below is a short guide on what to do in the city of superlatives:

1) Burj Khalifa

It’s not a Dubai trip if you miss seeing the world’s tallest tower before your eyes. It’s currently the world’s tallest tower and Dubai’s most iconic destination, soaring high over the city at 828 m in height. The true beauty of $1.5 billion project is not only from the exterior but also the interior. Tourists can relax, shop, eat and drink as well as enjoy the view from the observation deck on level 124. Many people love to take pictures here for Snapchat and Instagram.

2) City Walk

After spending time at Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai and The Dubai Mall, City Walk apartments is just a few minutes away. Within the a lively environment, the social and cultural hub hosts a variety of dining options and holiday homes for the true Dubai experience.

A lush green community, the recently launched Central Park at City Walk is the next best thing in Dubai and is a great setting for a healthier and active lifestyle.

3) La Mer

La Mer is another great destination in the emirate. From laid-back day to glamorous night, there’s always something to explore with family and friends at the elective beachfront cove.

Most visitors who the like to live in a destination that incorporates a minimalist and contemporary design and an easygoing seafront lifestyle reside in Meraas Port De La Mer, the first freehold master community in Jumeirah.

4) Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Souk Madinat Jumeirah is a true Arabian mini-city in Dubai perched right by the Arabian Gulf.

It’s conveniently located next to Wild Wadi Park and Burj Al Arab and features traditional Middle Eastern shopping culture as well as over 25 international restaurants. Tourists wanting to experience the rich Arabic heritage and ambiance should visit Souk Madinat Jumeirah.

Residents living in Madinat Jumeirah Living, freehold gated community overlooking the iconic Burj Al Arab, can conveniently access Souk Madinat Jumeirah.

5) Burj Al Arab

Featuring ultra-luxurious suites, Burj Al Arab is world’s most luxurious hotel located on its own island. Guests and visitors may arrive at the iconic landmark by either one of the world’s largest chauffeur-driven fleets of Rolls-Royces or by a dedicated helicopter transfer service. It’s where luxury is taken to another new level.

New Dubai villas will be built at sea next to the iconic hotel. The Exclusive 9 will undeniably offer the true luxury living experience with it’s rare yet most desirable luxurious contemporary residences and its surrounding.

6) Bluewater Island

Bluewaters Island is man-made mixed use island located off the coast of Jumeirah Beach Residence. It is currently one of the most popular tourism hotspots in Dubai. It’s home to a new ground-breaking landmark and It provides top-notch entertainment, dining, and retail options. It’s hosts a plethora of dining and retail option, the world’s largest Ferris wheel Ain Dubai, Meraas Bluewaters Residences and more.

7) Dubai Miracle Garden

Dubai Miracle Garden is in full bloom and is open to the public. It’s where scents and colors come to life with its 150 million flowers that are arranged in myriad shapes, from floral clock, emirates A380 to a lake park and more.

If you’re a fan of flowers or a florist, Arabian Ranches is the best community to reside in. It’s the premium gated community everyone has their eyes on for its sub-communities, top-quality amenities and family-friendly environment.

Last modified: December 17, 2019