Ibn Battuta Mall - Jebel Ali Village - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
We started from Dubai, which is on the west coast of the UAE at 2:30 PM. We took a metro from the Ibn batuta station to the Union stop. From Union, we boarded the bus E700 that would take us to Fujairah city ( Dh 28). Taking the bus was the biggest mistake we did on this trip :) It took us 3 hours to reach Fujairah whereas a taxi ride would have taken us to our destination in an hour and a half (Dh 250 approx). After a tiring journey, we got down at the Etisalat stop, Fujairah and checked in to our rooms at Hotel Nour Arjaan by Rotana. The hotel was right behind the Shiekh Zayed Grand Mosque, the second largest mosque in UAE. The view from our hotel was just amazing.
Legoland - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Riverland Dubai is the gateway to Dubai Resorts and Parks. A fun dining and retail destination, you can access this even without a ticket. Take a walk along the river and enjoy four different zones reflecting some of the greatest eras of the past. Boardwalk is to relive the thrill of the early Americas in the 1950s. Enjoy a royal Asian welcome and enjoy mesmerising artistic sculptures as you embark on a journey through India via India Gate. The French Village will help you get a feel of the historic architecture of Europe in the late 1600s. And Peninsula, the heart of Riverland, is where you can sit by the river, enjoy numerous shows or just hang out.Entry Fees: FreeOpening Hours: 10am to 10pm, all days.
Bollywood Parks Dubai - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Built on the three most successful studios in Hollywood – Dreamworks Animations, Lionsgate and Columbia Pictures – Motiongate is a huge park that has the best of branded entertainment. Divided into five zones – Studio Central, Lionsgate, Dreamworks, Smurfs Village and Columbia Pictures, this is the perfect place to relive all of your favourite Hollywood fantasies. The attractions and shows are inspired by numerous films such as Hotel Transylvania, Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, Hunger Games and many more. Restaurants such as Smurfy Cafe and Dragon's Grill are perfect to have a themed meal. There are many shops around where you can buy merchandise from as well.Entry Fees: 235AED/ Rs. 4,100Opening HoursSummer Timings (1st July to 16th September)Saturday - Wednesday: 3pm - 10pmThursday - Friday: 3pm - 11pmWinter Timings (17th September 2017 - 30th April, 2018)Saturday - Wednesday: 11am - 10pmThursday - Friday: 11am - 10pm
Discovery Gardens - Jebel Ali Village - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
At the back of the mall are the Gardens and Discovery Gardens, Lost City and Jebel Village To get to IBN Battuta Mall, take the Dubai Metro Train Red Line and get off at IBN Battuta Station (currently the end of the Red Line). Also in this station are buses going to Abu Dahbi.
Last Exit - Food Trucks Station - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
Perfect ending to a shopping excursion at the Outlet Village is the Last Exit Truck Park. Located right next to the shopping boulevard, this is the place where the most popular and famous mobile eateries and food trucks are. From freshly-brewed coffee to pancakes, made-to-order burgers, and luscious lobster rolls, the menu here is delicious and diverse.Adress: Jebel Ali, Sheikh Zayed Road (just after interchange 11)Opening Hours: Open 24x7.
The Outlet Village - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
The Outlet Village on Jebel Ali is right next to the Dubai Parks And Resorts and the most ideal place for any shopaholic. Why? Well, this is where you buy luxury brands at reduced prices – what more could a fashion lover want? Set in a beautiful Tuscan-inspired setting and complimentary luxury coach transfers from popular hotels, the Outlet Village is home to 125 brands including Fendi, Valentino, Givenchy, Tom Ford, Jimmy Choo, Tory Burch, Dolce & Gabbana, Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, Carolina Herrera and Roberto Cavalli.Adress: Jebel Ali, Near Dubai Parks and ResortsOpening HoursSunday – Wednesday: 10am – 10pmThursday – Saturday: 10am – 12am