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Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa

4.7/53,483 Reviews
Observation Deck
124th floor + 125th floor: 8:30-24:00, the prime time for ascending the tower is 15:00-18:30. 148th floor: 9:30-23:00, the prime time is 9:30-19:00. (The prime time varies with the season. Please refer to the on-site announcement of the Burj Khalifa for specific information. Time for ascending the tower is limited to the time indicated in the confirmation form) (Local time)
About 828 meters tall and with 162 floors, Burj Khalifa is one of Dubai's landmarks. There is an observation deck on the 124th floor that visitors can reach by the elevator in one minute. The entire Dubai can be overlooked through the glass walls of the 124th floor observation deck, including the Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab Hotel, and Dubai's beautiful beaches. Sunset is a good time to make the trip up the tower to look at the views. You can see the day turning into night on the horizon, the sun setting in the west, and the city lights being switched on.
Dubai Museum

Dubai Museum

4.4/5668 Reviews
Museum
Fri 2:00 PM - 8:30 PM, Sat - Thu 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM (Local time)
The Dubai Museum is housed in Al Fahidi Fort, a famous historical building south of Dubai Creek. It once served as a military fortress tasked with guarding Dubai and was later converted into a museum to showcase the history of the Bedouin ancestors of the Arab people. The museum houses a unique antique merchant house and an antique market on the ground floor, which recreates in vivid detail scenes from the daily lives of the ancient Arabs.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

Burj Al Arab Jumeirah

4.6/51,438 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Resort
Open all day (Local time)
The Burj Al Arab Hotel is one of Dubai's landmarks. It is a luxurious, 7-star hotel in the shape of a billowing sail, located on an artificial island in the Persian Gulf. Its interior decoration is magnificent and uses large quantities of gold. The hotel's suites enjoy beautiful views of the Persian Gulf. The items used in the suites are all expensive luxury brands. Besides its spacious and comfortable guest rooms, the hotel also has eight restaurants. Among these, Al Mahara restaurant is the most famous one, which is in an aquarium. While dining, you can see beautiful underwater views through the glasses next to you.
Dubai Gold Souk

Dubai Gold Souk

4.4/5633 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
9:30–21:30 (Local time)
Dubai Gold Souk is a popular attraction in Dubai. Although the street is only just over 100 meters long, it was historically an important gold trading center in the Middle East. The market is lined with gold shops on each side, with giant gold ornaments pulling in gazes of passersby. The visual impact of the shop interiors, filled with gold trinkets, is even more breathtaking. Many visitors love to window shop on this busy little street.
Jumeirah Mosque

Jumeirah Mosque

4.4/5283 Reviews
Mosque
Saturday -Thursday at 10:00 (Note: must arrive at the main entrance of the mosque at 9:45, the tour time is 75 minutes, no reservation required) (Local time)
Jumeirah Mosque is not far from the Burj Khalifa. It is representative of traditional Middle Eastern culture and arranges guided tours for non-Muslims. Tourists can enter the mosque to gain a better understanding of Islam, bask in its beauty and even take part in a few traditional customs. There is also a beautiful garden outside of the mosque, where visitors can take a rest and take pictures of the most photographed mosque in Dubai.
Atlantis, The Palm Island

Atlantis, The Palm Island

4.7/5535 Reviews
Resort
Atlantis is open all day (the opening hours of different amusement facilities are different). The Lost Chambers Aquarium: 10:00-22:00. Dolphin Bay: 9:30 to sunset every day. Atlantis Water World Adventure Park: open daily from 10:00 sunset (opening time will be adjusted according to the season). The above information is for reference only and the specific time is subject to the announcement of the scenic spot. (Local time)
This is an Atlantis-themed hotel resort located at the tip of the Palm Jumeirah Archipelago. You can get there by monorail, which allows you to admire the island views on the way. The hotel features a giant aquarium, an exciting water park, and Dolphin Bay where you can closely interact with the dolphins. It's a highly suitable place to stay with children. During the daytime, you can enjoy sunbathing on the hotel's private beach while appreciating the view of the Persian Gulf. In the evening, you can enjoy a magnificent sunset by the sea.
Desert Safari

Desert Safari

4.7/5492 Reviews
Desert
Subject to booking time (Local time)
Dubai is a city built in the desert and has turned the endless sea of sand into a tourist’s paradise. Traversing waves of sand in a dune buggy is a unique experience visitors cannot miss on a trip to Dubai. The activity is usually scheduled to take place at sunset when the temperature in the desert begins to drop. Visitors can off road through undulating sand dunes, experiencing the speed and weightlessness of daring jumps. Evenings offer a taste of Arabian barbecue and belly dance performances in a tent set up on the sand.
Palm Jumeirah

Palm Jumeirah

4.6/5306 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Open all day. (Local time)
The Palm Jumeirah Archipelago is almost a must-visit for visitors to Dubai. It has been called the Eighth Wonder of the World. Viewed from the air, the Palm Jumeira is shaped like a palm tree, which was created by a grand feat of land reclamation. On the islands there are many luxurious holiday hotels and villas. You can take the Palm Jumeirah Monorail to get there. After arriving at the Atlantis Hotel at the tip of the archipelago, you can take a stroll and do some sightseeing.
Bedouin Oasis Desert Camp

Bedouin Oasis Desert Camp

4.3/55 Reviews
Folk Village
Dubai Creek

Dubai Creek

4.5/5416 Reviews
River
Open all day (Local time)
Dubai Creek is the river that gave birth to Dubai. Taking a trip on the river in an old wooden boat during the day, you can appreciate Dubai's many tall buildings and domed mosques, while after dark you can enjoy the colorful lights of nighttime Dubai. The river divides the city in two: to the west lies the up-and-coming Bur Dubai district, with its modern skyscrapers lining the riverbank; to the east lies the Deira district of old Dubai, symbolizing the city's historic roots. Here you can feast your eyes on the area's traditional wind towers, mosques and markets.