Dubai offers plenty of places to visit , it's a beautiful destination for the traveller if you want to go to Dubai , please find must visit list below.
1. La ' Mer beaches - I won't suggest to skip this one
2. Miracle garden 3. Dubai Mall - for Burj Khalifa and water aquarium
4. desert safari - keep one day for it 5. Jumeriah beach
6. Old Dubai
7. Dubai frame 8. gold souk 9. Dubai creek 10. global Village
October it will be hot. Go in November. Day one will go in hotel check-in which is around 2pm. Book a big bus tour on day one evening or go for desert Safari. Don't miss both of this activity
Day 2- Burj khalifa, mall of Emirates for snow world, for dinner go for dhow cruise.
Day 3- Go for miracle garden or some theme park or Dubai mirror. Go for Abra river cruise near Al ghubiba Meena bazaar, it's a good experience. Stroll around Meena bazaar for spices, Iranian dates and dates chocolate and some luxurious brand as a replica brand.
Day 4- Go to Abu Dhabi from Al ghubiba bus stand, which is a 3 hrs journey by bus. I think bus fare is 30aed. Grand mosque, Al Ain zoo, Corniche, Observation deck @300
Day 5- Ferrari world full day. Day 6 - back to Dubai by bus from Abu Dhabi bus station. From there catch ur return flight to India as per ur departure time. Food - Amazing food Available in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. Indian, Arab, European, Lebanon,etc. Worldwide food will be available at a cheap rate. And UAE is safe for tourist.
Note- Maximum avoid taxi, coz it's expensive. Travel in metro in Dubai, for Abu Dhabi tour book activities via klook.com.
All the best and have a great journey, coz UAE is an unforgettable journey
Making a detailed itinerary would depend on where you stay, budget and how you plan to.commute. However I'll provide a list of attractions with a varied price range, from 0 to expensive that you can choose as you wish. The obvious list points as below
Burj Khalifa/ Dubai Mall
Dubai Marina / JBR The Walk/ JBR The Beach
City Walk Dubai
Dubai Canal Al Seef
Dhow Cruise in Dubai Creek
Visit Dubai Museum
Visit Dubai Frame
Paragliding and Skydiving
La Mer Lesser known gems plus fun activities Take an Abra across the creek(only 1 DH)
Explore Shindagha Heritage area
Dine at Arabian Tea House near Fahidi area for authentic Emirati cuisine and ambience
Vegan Emirati cuisine at XVA Art Cafe
Eat Mandi (Yemeni cuisine)
Try Lebanese cuisine (Shawarma!!) at the best places across Dubai
Drive to Qudra lake
Kayak in Hatta Dam (2 hours from Dubai city)
Visit Gold Souk and Spice Souk, haggle and get good bargains in street shopping
Buy Oudh at a reputable shop, buying perfume is an experience you won't forget.
Catch the sunrise/sunset in Jumeirah Beach
Buy souvenirs/knick knacks for cheap at Day to Day or any 1 to 10 DH shops across the city.
Visit Alserkal Avenue in Al Quoz for art galleries and exhibitions and indie film screenings Have an amazing stay, do ask if you have any specific queries
For first day -dubai mall and visit to burj khalifa and dubai fountains.view of dubai looks extremely beautiful at the time of sunset from burj khalifa and dhow cruise at night.
Second day-The lost chambers aquairum and aquaventure wark(both are part of atlantis)lot of water rides.my personal favouirte-leap of faith.you can visit palm islands also which is very near by.
Third day-old dubai visiting gold souk,perfume souk,spice souk.seeing so much of gold will just amaze you.you can take abra which is a boat which charges only one aed from bastakiya side and visit any of the souks.around 3 pm you can start you journey for desert safari which includes safari,belly dance and tanoura dance with some tasty arabic food and heena.
4th day-the green planet is biodome which is an indoor tropical rainforest with over 3000 plants and animals.you can also visit jumeirah public beach and kite beach.in case green planet option does not suit you.
5th day-you can visit Abu dabi.from dubai it will take around 1.5 hour where you can visit ferari world and louvre abu dabi which is a very beautiful art museum.
6th day-you can visit ski dubai or dubai dolphinarium.
Dubai is a great tourist spot. There's just so much to cover there. But some major spots are Burj Khalifa obviously and the water fountain there. You should bot miss La Mer beach and Desert safari. Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is the most aesthetic and photogenic destination in Abu Dhabi. The rest include Burj Al-Arab, Atlantis The Palm, Louvre Museum, Ski Dubai, Emirates Palace and the list goes on.
Wishing you a great trip.
Hi Pallavi Greetings from Flamingo Transworld October and November are excellent months to visit Dubai as the weather becomes more pleasant with milder temperatures compared to the scorching summer months. Here's what you can expect during your trip to Dubai in October and November: Weather: During these months, the weather starts to cool down from the scorching summer heat. Average daytime temperatures range from around 28°C to 33°C (82°F to 91°F) in October and 24°C to 31°C (75°F to 88°F) in November. The evenings and nights are more comfortable, with temperatures ranging from 18°C to 24°C (64°F to 75°F). Sightseeing: The more pleasant weather makes it a great time to explore outdoor attractions and landmarks. You can visit iconic sites like the Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, Palm Jumeirah, and the Dubai Marina. Desert safaris, city tours, and water-based activities are also enjoyable during this time. Beaches: October and November are ideal for spending time at the beaches. The sea is still warm from the summer months, and you can relax on the sandy shores or engage in various water sports. Shopping: Dubai is a shopper's paradise, and during this time, you can take advantage of the Dubai Shopping Festival (October to November), which offers incredible deals, discounts, and entertainment events across the city. Cultural Events: Dubai's cultural scene comes alive during these months. You might catch festivals, concerts, and art exhibitions that showcase the city's rich heritage and contemporary artistry. Less Crowded: Compared to the peak tourist season (December to February), October and November are less crowded. You'll find shorter queues at popular attractions, and hotels and flights may be more reasonably priced. However, do keep in mind that October and November are still part of the shoulder season, so you may encounter occasional rain showers, but they are usually brief. Always check the weather forecast and pack accordingly, as temperatures can still get warm during the daytime. Overall, Dubai in October and November offers a delightful balance of pleasant weather, exciting events, and fantastic attractions, making it an excellent time to experience all that this vibrant city has to offer. Visit: https://www.flamingotravels.co.in/international-tour-packages/dubai-holiday-tour-packages
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