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    The Burj Khalifa is a stunning feat of architecture and engineering, with two observation decks on the 124th and 148th floors and a restaurant-bar on the 122nd. The world's tallest building pierces the sky at 828m and opened in January 2010, six years after excavations began. To avoid wait times or expensive fast-track admission, book tickets online as far as 30 days in advance. Note that high humidity often cloaks Dubai in a dense haze, making views less than breathtaking.


    www.atthetop.ae

    04-888 8888

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    At the Top 8.30am-midnight, At the Top Sky 11am-11pm Sun-Thu, 10am-11pm Fri & Sat, last entry 45min before closing.


    At the Top adult/child 4-12yr/fast track Dh125/95/300, At the Top Sky Dh300, audio-guide Dh25


    Traffic fades to a quiet hum in the labyrinthine lanes of this nicely restored heritage area formerly known as the Bastakia Quarter. Its narrow walking lanes are flanked by sand-colored houses topped with wind towers, which provide natural air-conditioning. Today, there are about 50 buildings containing museums, craft shops, cultural exhibits, courtyard cafes, art galleries and two boutique hotels.


    For Enquiries

    info@dubaiculture.ae

    04-515 5000​

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    You can visit the neighbourhood around the clock, taking into account the official working hours of the museums and official headquarters.


    Free of charge


    The Burj's graceful silhouette – meant to evoke the sail of a dhow (traditional wooden cargo vessel) – is to Dubai what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. Completed in 1999, this iconic landmark sits on an artificial island off Jumeirah Rd and comes with its own helipad and a fleet of chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce limousines. Beyond the striking lobby, with its gold-leaf opulence and attention-grabbing fountain, lie 202 suites with more trimmings than a Christmas turkey.


    www.burj-al-arab.com

    04-301 7777

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    Based on the Availability of Rooms


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    Palm Islands are three artificial islands, Palm Jumeirah, Deira Island and Palm Jebel Ali, on the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. As of November 2014, only Palm Jumeirah has been completed. This island takes the form of a palm tree, topped by a crescent. After completion, Palm Jebel Ali will take a similar shape; each island will be host to a large number of residential, leisure and entertainment centers and will add a total of 520 kilometers of non-public beaches to the city of Dubai.


    www.jumeirah.com

    +971 4 453 0000

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    You can visit the Palm Islands around the clock.


    Free of Charge


    The glorious Jumeirah Beach lies along Dubai's coast, providing stretches of soft white sand on which to relax and play. Visitors to Jumeirah's hotels, like the seven-star Burj Al Arab, enjoy private beaches offering water sports. If you're not a hotel guest, you're welcome to relax at Jumeirah Beach Park, the public portion of the beach. You can barbecue, stroll around the cafés, or simply grab a mat, lay back, and take it easy while the sun sets.


    www.jumeirah.com

    +971 4 453 0000


    You can visit the Beach at any time.


    No Entry Fees


    The glorious Jumeirah Beach lies along Dubai's coast, providing stretches of soft white sand on which to relax and play. Visitors to Jumeirah's hotels, like the seven-star Burj Al Arab, enjoy private beaches offering water sports. If you're not a hotel guest, you're welcome to relax at Jumeirah Beach Park, the public portion of the beach. You can barbecue, stroll around the cafés, or simply grab a mat, lay back, and take it easy while the sun sets.


    For Enquiries

    dubai.museum@dubaiculture.ae

    04-353 1862

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    8.30am-8.30pm Sat-Thu, 2.30-8.30pm Fri.


    adult/child Dh3/1


    Dubai Mall's most mesmerising sight is this gargantuan aquarium where thousands of beasties flit and dart amid artificial coral. Sharks and rays are top attractions, but other popular denizens include sumo-sized groupers and massive schools of pelagic fish. You can view quite a lot for free from outside or pay for access to the walk-through tunnel. Tickets also include access to the Underwater Zoo upstairs, whose undisputed star is a 5.1m-long Australian crocodile named King Croc.


    www.thedubaiaquarium.com

    04-448 5200


    10am-11pm Sun-Wed, to midnight Thu-Sat


    packages Dh100-250


    Traffic fades to a quiet hum in the labyrinthine lanes of this nicely restored heritage area formerly known as the Bastakia Quarter. Its narrow walking lanes are flanked by sand-colored houses topped with wind towers, which provide natural air-conditioning. Today, there are about 50 buildings containing museums, craft shops, cultural exhibits, courtyard cafes, art galleries and two boutique hotels.


    For Enquiries

    info@dubaiculture.ae

    04-226 0286​


    8am-7.30pm Sat-Thu, 2.30-7.30pm Fri.


    Free of charge


    Pink flamingos steal the show here in winter, but avid birdwatchers can spot more than 170 species in this pastiche of salt flats, mudflats, mangroves and lagoons spread over an area of around 6.2 sq km. Bordering Dubai Creek, the sanctuary is an important stopover on the east African–west Asian flyway. There are two accessible hides (platforms) with fantastically sharp binoculars. It's a 6km taxi ride from the nearest metro. No advance registration required for groups of fewer than five people.


    www.facebook.com/wildlife.ae

    04-606 6822


    9am-4pm


    No entry fee.


    This dancing fountain is spectacularly set in the middle of a giant lake against the backdrop of the glittering Burj Khalifa. Water undulates as gracefully as a belly dancer, arcs like a dolphin and surges as high as 150m, all synced to stirring classical-, Arabic- and world-music soundtracks. There are plenty of great vantage points, including from some of the restaurants at Souk Al Bahar, the bridge linking Souk Al Bahar with Dubai Mall and the Dubai Mall waterfront terrace.


    www.burjkhalifa.ae/

    +971 800 36227​


    shows 1pm & 1.30pm Sat-Thu, 1.30pm & 2pm Fri, every 30min 6-11pm daily.


    Free of charge
















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    Dubai is not particularly pedestrian-friendly and taxis are the best way to travel around the city if your destination/departure point is not near a Metro stop. They are regulated by the government and should have a working meter. Taxis are relatively cheap compared to most other major cities. Drivers are usually pretty courteous and most have reasonable English.






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