This museum uses life-size dioramas to depict everyday Dubai life in the days before the discovery of oil. Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms and desert and marine life.
Drive along Dubai Creek, the lifeline and pulse of the city, which separates the city from Deira to the north and Bur Dubai to the south.
Dubai Mall is impressive and seems like a tardis. It is not complete, but they have done a very good job of opening a good varied selection of... more »
Learn about Muslim culture by visiting the Jumeirah Mosque, Dubai’s largest mosque and the only one open to non-Muslims. Jumeirah Mosque showcases the medieval Fatimid tradition in its stone construction. Tours are offered every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10am.
Jumeirah Beach park comes highly recommended having just returned from spending a few days using the facilities there. The entrance fee to the park... more »
With a name that means “to satisfy everything you want,” this upscale mall is the place to go for brand name items and huge entertainment arcades.
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