Umar Abdul LatifWe really had a great time. We spent 2 hours inside. We were amazed of the beautiful animals. They have sea water and freshwatet animals. They also have penguins, otters, frogs, lizards, lobsters and many more.We suggest you book the explorer experience for a glass boat ride and also book a penguin encounter for a more complete experience.Animal and nature lovers will surely enjoy
ballet-宁The Atlantis Water Park on the Palm Jumeirah, I went in May, the highest at noon was 42°, the baby was so hot. The lost world, Dolphin Bay, beaches, rafting. The price/performance ratio is quite high, and a more affordable approach is to directly book a hotel with the water park, but it is not very easy to book. Don't go in the summer when it is really hot and hot. . .
BlackispureI’m proud to say I arranged this trip for my mum. No words can describe the beauty of Burj Khalifa view, even these pictures you see don’t justify it’s an ultimate dream she said, for the very first time she felt you could fly because she found her wings in Burj haha . well, if you visit Dubai and don’t get to the tallest building in the world & fastest elevator in the world ,then you have seen nothing.
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In April 2021 we have visited Dubai Opera, in our holiday. The edifice is unique: it has built to serve various purposes: opera hall, ceremonies place, meeting space, cultural landmark, indoor and outdoor concert plaza. From an historical point of view it represents the cultural heritage of UAE and the modern geo-economical context that welcomes you here. We have had the privilege of having Mr. Patkyam, our Opera host who has come along with us and he has presented each and every place there. He is a documented presenter and passionate guide, so that our 1h30 tour was a true lesson of urban history Dubai. We appreciate the professionalism of Mr. Patkyam who offered us this nice experience in Dubai Opera. We recommend this place for visiting.!!!
I made sure not to miss the Dubai Fountain and the regular shows done each day and night when I was visiting. It’s the number one attraction in the city for a reason. The fountains are spectacular in height, velocity, and thickness, shooting up to choreographed lengths and intensities depending on the music being played. Seeing such feats in video or photos isn’t enough, and when standing only mere feet away from the real-life action, the feelings are exciting and heart-pumping. It’s what makes it worth it.
I want to quickly explain the various vantage points from which you can view the fountain shows. There is a nice, albeit unshaded bridge over the lake (connecting the Dubai Mall with the Souk al Bahar) where people can stand to admire the show, or if wanting air conditioning, mall restaurants and patios are good options too (but further away than being on the bridge). To combine the shows with another must-do activity in Dubai, be brave and reach the top floors of the Burj Khalifa on a guided tour, where you can step out onto the observation deck and see the gorgeous lights dancing in the water below. Many options for different styles and budgets, but if you can manage to see two shows (one during the day on the bridge and one at night while atop the Burj), your experience will be boosted a lot.
I hope this gives you the inspiration you need to get on with your travel plans! The fountains and their shows cannot be missed!
From healthy food to full stomach treats, here are some of the best breakfasts in Dubai…
It is said to be the most important food of the day and who do we disagree with? Whether you're craving full English fries or a delicious bowl of acai, Dubai's breakfast restaurants and cafes deliver the thing.
Satisfy your soul at 21 Grams, where Stasha Toncev and his team share family recipes from the Balkan Peninsula. Start your day with cheese burek fresh from the oven, or enjoy the full egg – a delicious fried omelet with beef juice.
It's hard to get past the gently seasoned shakshouka, but if you want to get lost, then we recommend turning to the turkey eggs with feta, labneh, Aleppo pepper, pita bread and salad. They also make amazing croissants, baked fresh daily. There are several spots around the city, but we recommend the ones overlooking the Dubai Fountain for great views.
Perched on the corner of Dubai Marina Mall, you'll find Bistro Des Arts, a cozy French restaurant that serves great value brunches on weekends. For Dhs99, you'll be able to help yourself from the social table to get started, where there's a selection of fresh juices, pastries, cheeses and cold cuts. Then, choose your main course from an array of delicious breakfasts, made-to-order crepes and hot drinks.
What a hidden gem!! This place is a bit far out being located near Port Rashid however the space has the right decor and aesthetics for a boutique coffee joint and moreover the coffee is on point and the staff are also all coffee nerds. We came on a Friday morning and enjoyed a cappuccino, flat white and an almond croissant. We also bought some freshly roasted whole beans (~60-80AED per 250g) to Aeropress / V60 at home so I eagerly wait to see how those beans taste like!
Small but popular place. The area is generally quiet. Coffee is good. Their house granola not to be missed. Breakfast is good too. One disappointment thing, car park in front of the outdoor seating, which blocks the view. Would be good if the area management office can cancel these car parks, at least during the months when the weather is good.
Surge yourself for an amazing cup of coffee! The journey is worth the trip where the Art Deco matches the industrial vibe. The distance is shorter than the coffee’s path to Dubai. PS - don’t just buy 1, buy 2 items for your pal or significant other. Cheers to a cup of perfection. Thank you Surge Coffee Roasters for your passion in the desert!
In Dubai, the most popular style of roastery is that the cafe which has big roasting machine adjacent to it. With that style, this Surge Coffee Roaster is one of the top and most sophisticated ones I believe. The staff are extremely friendly and what is more, the interior and packaging are very well designed!
I tried this wonderful kofi and chose cappuccino, frankly, a wonderful experience, as well as the tea they have is distinct and offers a distinctive way and in general the experience of sitting on the counter in this coffee is a wonderful experience ..
The overall impression of the place has a completely different flavor.
Love the look of the venue. Aesthetic is really snazzy. Coffee was good, had a flat white with their working Brazilian blend. Tiramisu A La Minuto wasn't my thing but can definitely see the more adventurous foodie with a sweet tooth would enjoy it. Overall definitely recommended for those who love coffee and exploring something mew.
Great environment, love the vibes, not the best coffee i have ever tried “maybe because i’m picky with my beans” but i wish the owner can read my review and get back the salted caramel latte !!! best in town, makes Frame unique and different than other coffee shops.
This place is absolutely amazing. I ate at the place next door which is asian food I think korean...and then had a coffee from the frame cafe.
I highly recommend it's a great space for a casual work meeting and great spot for working if you want a change of scene.
The surrounding has nice shops and other cafes and the parking is great its across the road and only a 1 or 2 min walk! Its also free.
Highly recommend it. Avg price for coffee, 1 mochi, water and a rice and chicken dish was about 120aed.
Emirati Coffee is the best 3rd wave coffee shop in UAE by far! If not in entire GCC! Being a Community Member of The Alliance of Coffee Excellence & Cup of Excellence, Emirati coffee offers wide variety of exclusive coffe worldwide. Starting from green beans all the way to the best espresso and filter coffee brew, you will fell in love with Emirati Coffee if you are looking for quality coffee.
This is professionally roastery and cafe is not adjacent. But just a roastery which gives us the impression that they are serious about roasting. Probably whole selling are the main for this roastery but of course you can buy roasted beans just at the entrance. Good service and kind explanations about that beans.
Amazing low key spot with great coffee and sweets (if they have Indian beans go for that, and their Cheesecake is nothing short of amazing).
Great during middle of the day to stay in a quiet place and work / read a book. Gets a little livelier at night when more people crowd in after work, but you'll always find interesting faces.
I had my night coffee at this peaceful place. I recommend going to it if you want to have a chill evening, definitely not a place for kids. The flat white and iced Spanish latte were fine and the brownie was so yummy I enjoyed every bite of it.
To The Moon And Back has the most delicious food I’ve had in a really long time, I recommend the strawberry pancakes they’re a personal favorite. I love this place to the moon and back!