What to do and when to go Dubai?


Dubai is often described as a place of contrasts; Dubai offers a fabulous cosmopolitan lifestyle with elegance, luxury and sophistication. Over there, there is no shortage of attractions for visitors, 5-star services, stunning shopping centers and legendary hotels, not to mention its breathtaking skyscrapers.

There, tourists can have a complete experience, experiencing everything from beaches with turquoise water, to parks with lots of greenery, the tranquility of a spa or the practice of extreme sports.

Precisely for this reason, it cannot be denied that Dubai is an excellent holiday destination, which will delight those who love shopping, those looking for adventure, those who do not give up eating well, families, singles and anyone else.

So, if you want to know a little more about Dubai, its artificial islands, the tallest tower in the world and other details, read on to discover everything you need to know about this destination. Let's go?!

When to go

The climate in Dubai is basically divided into two seasons. One is hot and the other very hot.

That's right, the city is very hot all year round, not offering much refreshment for tourists who venture there.

However, of course there are some months considered more pleasant, in which it is possible to enjoy even outdoor activities. On the other hand, at the height of summer, temperatures easily reach 40°C and it is very difficult to even walk outside.

Therefore, the best time to go to this incredible city is between the months of November and April, when the city has more inviting temperatures.

what to do in Dubai

Dubai Marina is a thriving residential neighborhood known for The Beach at JBR, a leisure complex with open-air restaurants and sandy areas to relax.

As has already been said, there is no shortage of attractions of all kinds in this incredible city. However, the choice of everything will depend on your taste, the activities you prefer and, of course, the time you will be there.

So, here are some tips on what to do in Dubai and choose the attractions you like the most for yourself:

  • Discover the Dubai Mall

This is the biggest and also the most interesting mall in the city and that's where everything happens. In it, you can shop, have fun with the many entertainment options, visit an incredible aquarium and even dine in incredible restaurants, which are on the edge of a lake with dancing waters.

  • Pay a visit to the Burj Al Arab hotel

When you go, leave some time for lunch at Al Muntaha, which offers an incredible view from the 27th floor of the waterfront. However, remember that you need to make reservations in advance.

  • Suba no Burj Khalifa

This is the tallest building in the world, and to go up there you need to buy a ticket at a tourist agency in Dubai, but it's worth every penny.

  • Eschew

In the beginning we said that Dubai is a very hot place and now we are sending you to ski, is that right?

Yes, that's right! The truth is that Dubai is so surprising that the Shopping Mall of the Emirates even has a snowy ski slope that you cannot miss

  • take an afternoon at the beach

Dubai has a public beach called Jumeirah Open Beach is next to the burj where you can enjoy the incredible turquoise water of the Arabian Gulf.

  • Discover the water parks

Dubai is so amazing that it has a wide variety of theme water parks, such as Aqua venture at Atlantis Resort Wild Wadi, next to the Burj Al Arab Hotel.

  • Enjoy an afternoon in Dubai Marina

This is an amazing place, especially the promenade called The Walk, which offers a wide variety of services, restaurants, cafes and attracts many tourists.

There, it is also possible to see many Muslim women parading with very high heels, burqa, and designer bags, as well as Arabs dressed in their typical clothes.

Where to stay in Dubai

Dubai is a city marked by heat all year round, but even so, it has high and low season. The peak of summer occurs between June and August and the temperatures are truly frightening for tourists, which causes the price of hotels to drop by half.

This is one of the best times to enjoy the luxurious hotels that are on the edge of the Persian Gulf without having to declare bankruptcy on your finances.

When the temperature of the city drops a little, the number of tourists increases, as we mentioned earlier, between the months of November and February.

Hotel prices, in turn, at this time, go to the heights. So if your idea is to go to Dubai this season, book your hotel well in advance.

A good tip is to rent apartments that offer more privacy and comfort, although they do not have certain hotel services.

It is also worth remembering that the most popular regions of the city have the highest prices for accommodation, but also have a much more varied infrastructure and attractions, which contribute to those who prefer to be well located even paying a little more.

Among these options, the top 4 most suitable regions for tourists in Dubai are as follows:

  • Dubai Marina, Jumeirah and Palm Jumeirah – Coastal Region
  • Avenida Sheikh Zayed and Burj Khalifa – Downtown Dubai
  • Bur Dubai and Deira– Dubai Creek
  • Dubai desert

These are the areas that are closest to the main local attractions and also to the subway, which serves most of the city's tourist attractions, which makes it much easier for travelers to get around.

What to eat in Dubai

Dubai is a city whose cuisine is heavily influenced by the West, which makes it not so easy to find restaurants that have typical Emirati food, which is a close cousin of Lebanese cuisine.

Even so, in markets or fairs, as well as in some mall restaurants, it is not difficult to find the most famous Arab foods, such as:

  • Falafel: nothing more than a fried chickpea dumpling;
  • Shawarma/kebab : this dish is like a flatbread sandwich, stuffed with various meats and sauce;
  • Marshi: the famous grape or cabbage leaf cigar, which is stuffed with well-seasoned ground meat and cooked;
  • Spreads: among them we can mention babaganoush, tahini and hummus;
  • Tabbouleh: a delicious salad made with wheat for kibbeh, spices and cucumber, very refreshing.

Lamb meat is another ingredient that deserves to be highlighted in Arab cuisine, being present in many preparations. Boiled fish, lentils, chickpeas, pepper, cumin, saffron and other spices are also very present in the typical local cuisine.

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