2.Dubai creek- where you can cross the backwaters with 1 dhiram boat ride, also walk along the side and so many restaurants to dig in
3. SugoiMy go to dinner is usually Japanese food and Dubai has no dearth of oriental cuisines of all range. Most of my dinner has come from Sugoi, making it my absolute favorite dinner destination. You will find it in most malls. (PS if you are looking for extremely cheap and delicious food, try Meena Bazar ((7AED mushroom dosa!)) or Bur Dubai in general. Even shishas are the best in Bur Dubai)Top 3 places to visit
Started the day with Dolphin Show. Mighty impressed with the performance. If you have kids traveling with you, this is a must visit attraction. Do book the tickets in advance online to avoid the queue. Reach early & grab best seats (Yellow Row behind the VIP Seating in the center of the Hall.)
DAY 1 :-Reached Dubai. Went to my hotel in Bur Dubai and had a walk around the local places, ISCKON and Bur Dubai market.
The Camel Museum is a unique place to visit. A visit here helps you understand this resilient animal, and its close relationship with the people of UAE. It shows the past relationship between man and camel, and how it went beyond using the camel just for transportation. It also shows the current interest in camels and how they are taken in, cared for and treated with love and warmth. Where - Al Shindagha Heritage VillageTimings - Sunday – Thursday; 8 am - 2 pm