Dubai is a host of many great architectures, some of the recent amazing constructions of Dubai may include the Port De La Mer apartments for sale. Besides a host of luxury hotels, and which certainly rank among the world’s best for the wow factor, Dubai also has plenty to do while travelling. What you can do, of course, depends on how long you are here, so we will try to give you a variety of options in this blog.
For such trips, we will send you reasonable time frames to mix and match according to your needs, period and length of stay.
DRIVE ON THE DESERT
Consider it as an untraceable roller coaster – over several kilometres of sand. Driving in the desert is not only safe but also extremely exciting. As far as we are aware, there was no fatal crash among the many thousands of clients who have always chosen to try this side of the Dubai experience. Many companies roughly offer the same deal, which includes the selection and delivery from your hotel or some other pre-arranged itinerary that is more convenient to you. You can log into a meeting spot- normally in Dubai’s al-Awir zone, switch to the robust SUV, or to the robust Toyota Landcruiser, to a wild helter-skelter on the top, up and downside of sand. It takes approximately 45 minutes before your journey to a desert camp in Bedouins, where you can get a delicious barbeque after sunset, including other attractions and displays.
Often for a rather attractively discounted amount, you combine 2 or even 3 separate trip packages for one or two days. The website of Arabian Adventures reveals what, where, and how much the desert drive costs. They also offer a Sundowner experience, which is around 6 hours, from 3 pm to 9.00 pm.
SHOPPING IN THE DUBAI MALL
Why would you ever go to some other location, when you can go to the astounding Dubai Mall? It is the world’s biggest mall by square metres, but it is not shared by a huge number of shops: two malls have a distinction in China, but the Mall in Dubai is definitely more glitzy, spacious and opulent than the east rivals, nestled under the highest building in the world. In the beginning, it is much more than just a place to buy things.
You can see the people at the front window in the mall’s central atrium or you can also afford an incredibly small entrance fee to get into the adventures offered on the third floors. As the Dubai Mall has astonishing views, you can witness the deep-sea from the malls elevated heights.
RIDE THE METRO
The state-of-the-art metro system in Dubai, which was opened almost five years ago in 2009, is rightly proud. It is a nice way to see Dubai, which is, for the most part, very cheaply and without the possibility of traffic jams. There are two lines, the Red and the Green, which cross at two points near the centre of Old Dubai so that you can pass between these lines.
The Redline is the longest and stretches from the International Airport of Dubai to the harbour, nearly 53 kilometres away. A variety of the attractive shopping destinies, including, for example, the Deira City Center, Dubai Mall, the Emirates Mall and the Ibn Battuta Mall are also served by the Red Line as well as stations at both Terminals 1 and 3 at the airport. The Greenline provides access to many of Deira and Bur Dubai’s most vibrant and less changed areas.
You may enjoy skiing ventures in Dubai. The above-mentioned sand skiing is one of the “add-ons” attractions in the Safaris desert, but that is not what we mean. Most people coming to Dubai know there is a ski centre with an indoor ski path. That is right: you will be on the slope when 50 °C is outdoors in July, wrapped in ice, rented skis and a surrounding temperature of -2°C in the hired clothing.
There are certain activities that you will not be having in your hometown but here in Dubai, people love to visit this city for its creativity and wonder. The latest District One Villas for sale in Dubai are an example of the great architectural wonder of this city. Apart from all that, you can do a lot of things in this city.