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  • Dubai’s claim to fame is its vibrant nightlife. The excellent scenes of Dubai nightlife with the large choice of bars and nightclubs to be enjoyed.

    Apart from the parties and bar’s one can also indulge in various recreational activities that take part only after the sun set. And these things to do in Dubai at night gives one a chance to explore the shimmering city post dawn.

    Take part in something truly unique as you do some yoga under a full moon, marvel at the elegance of the Dubai fountain and take part in the iconic night desert safari and so much more. 

    Here is the guide to Dubai nightlife

  • 01Mcgettigans

    Unique décor, delicious Irish food & drinks, the best Irish and international entertainment and sporting events are the ingredients that have made McGettigan’s Irish Pubs such a success in the United Arab Emirates. The kitchen team at McGettigan’s pride themselves at serving top class award winning food. Their menu includes classic dishes such as Irish Stew, Beer Battered Fish and Chips, the ‘Full Irish’ Breakfast and signature McGettigan’s favorites such as the ‘Buffalo Hot Wings’, ‘Atlantic Salmon’ and ‘Beef and Guinness Puff Pastry Pie’.


    Locations: This well-renowned pub has made its mark in various locations around Dubai - JLT Dubai, DWTC Dubai, DXB Dubai.

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 300 AED 

    Opening Hours: Daily between 12 Noon to 2 AM 

    Happy Hours: 2 PM to 7 PM, only from Sunday to Wednesday

  • 02Belgian Beer Café

    The Belgian Beer Café is an authentic experience of a vintage bistro from early 1920s Belgium. Coupled with two outdoor terraces overlooking the Burj Al Arab, Atlantis and the Madinat Jumeirah – this cafe offers a warm welcome, matched with the best views in Dubai. Belgian Beer Café offers a wide range of Belgian specialty beers, ranging from the renowned brands to local beers. On top, it also offers many more experiences besides the sampling of Belgian beers. The hearty dishes and the excellent service in an authentic atmosphere make Belgian Beer Café the place where you can come for every occasion. 




    Location: Grand Millennium Dubai, Madinat Jumeirah, Festival City Dubai. 

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 350 AED. 

    Opening Hours: Daily from 12 Noon to 2 AM

  • 03The Buddha Bar

    Buddha Bar takes sophistication to new heights. Indulge in a fusion of delicious flavors with an innovative new menu inspired by the cuisines of China, Japan, and Thailand in the sensational restaurant, or relax at the stunning lounge bar upstairs while enjoying the selection of delicious hand-crafted cocktails, courtesy of Buddha-Bar’s expert team of mixologists. As one of the largest venues of this international chain, Buddha Bar Dubai has an impressively spacious dining room with striking red and gold chandeliers. The main bar and dining area is dominated by the brand’s famous four-metre high gilded statue and an entire wall of glass, while large bay windows provide exceptional views of the marina


    Location: Dubai Marina, Dubai 

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 600 AED 

    Opening Hours: Saturday to Wednesday between 8 PM and 2 AM; Thursday and Friday between 8 PM and 3 AM

  • 04Koubba Bar

    This is a richly decorated nightspot with a vintage Arabian feel and a great list of mixed drinks. It is undoubtedly cozy, with its plush booths and Arabesque awnings dividing the venue up into little booths. Take in the sweeping views of the resort or simply sink into the comfy sofas under the warm lighting of our Arabesque lanterns – it’s a great way to finish a day’s exploring. At Koubba Bar, you can enjoy delicious pre-dinner drinks in the bars beautiful surroundings, with sunset-themed cocktails from our mixology trolley to complement the moment. Linger on later to enjoy the musical talents of Heart & Soul, performing Monday to Saturday, from 08 :15 PM to midnight.


    Location: Lobby Floor, Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeirah

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 550 AED 

    Opening Hours: Saturday to Wednesday from 5 PM to 2 PM, Thursday from 5 PM to 3 AM, and Friday from 4 PM to 3 AM 


  • 05Dubliner’s

    The Dubliner’s is softly lit and lush, surrounded by greenery and pathways, live band outdoor seating, a sports bar, and an amazing brunch. It’s a dimly lit place and proves to be a refugee from the scorching Dubai heat. The place is spacious and airy and is the perfect place to grab a beer with your friends. The staffs are friendly and service is well coupled with amazing ambiance. This bar has a rustic Irish look and feels to it and the décor compliments the theme. The food is delicious and features typical bar grub food. This place is quite famous for The Big Fat Dubliner's Brunch ever Friday.

    Location: Méridien Village Terrace, Le Méridien, Dubai 

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 300 AED 

    Opening Hour: Daily from 12 noon to 2 AM

  • 06Qube Sports Bar

    The key to Qube is in the name – there’s a huge, four-sided screen at the center. An upmarket sports bar. This unique venue features state-of-the-art big screen technology, games tables and a fantastic menu making it the perfect place to take in an action-packed afternoon of sport into the early hours with a group of friends. The Qube Sports Bar is more than just a venue where sporting actions are shown all year round, guests can also enjoy their own victory on the darts boards, pool tables, and shuffleboard. All house beverages priced at 25 AED including selected draft & bottled beer during their amazing happy hours.


    Location: The Meydan Hotel, Meydan Racecourse

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 300 AED

    Opening Hours: Daily from 12 noon to 3 AM


  • 07Fibber Magee’s

    Glugging pints of the black stuff and tapping your toes along to Celtic music isn’t just reserved for St. Patrick’s Day. Every day at this Irish watering hole is cause for the occasion, with live music on Mondays, Wednesdays and at weekends. Tagged as “Dubai’s Best Kept Secret” by its owners because finding the actual bar can be tricky for a newcomer to the city. Food and drinks are distinctly Irish. Comfort foods abound on the lengthy menu, such as bangers and mash, cottage pie and fish and chips, as well as drams of imported famous Gaelic short drinks. 

    Location: Close to Crowne Plaza Dubai on Sheikh Zayed Road 

    Price: Cost for two is approximately 300 AED 

    Opening Hours: Open every day from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM 

    Happy Hours: Monday Madness - eat and drink for 210 AED from 8 PM until 11.20 PM.

  • 08Dubai Fountain

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    Bring out your inner child as you enjoy this mesmerising fountain in Dubai. Set on the 24-acre Burj Lake, The Dubai Fountain features colourful jets of water as high as 450ft (140 metres), which is equivalent to a 45-storey building. The Dubai Fountain is 900 ft (275 metres) long, has five circles of varying sizes and two central arcs and is a must see for tourists and travellers alike. Dubai Fountain has an array of performances daily, with a repertoire of over 35 songs, including Sama Dubai; Baba Yetu, an award-winning song in Swahili; classical songs from the Arab world; and the signature piece of world-renowned Andrea Bocelli, Con te Partiro.

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    Highlights: The best thing about the fountain is the shimmering lights which make the whole area glow at the night time. This is definitely the place you should visit during the night. Location: The Dubai fountain is on the Burj Lake outside the Dubai mall. 

    Timing: You can visit the fountain from 5:45 PM- 11:15 PM. 

    Price: The approximate price starts from 65 AED per person 

  • 09Camping with Barbeque Dinner and Belly Dancing

    There is no better way of exploring Dubai than indulging in a traditional Desert Safari. Enjoy a spectacular camping experience at the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve once you pitch the luxury tents gear up for a mouth-watering barbeque dinner. Relish the lip-smacking charcoal cooked Middle- Eastern cuisine while enjoying a delightful belly dance performed by the trained artists and dancers. Sleep under the star decked sky while enthralling in this amazing activity that provides you with true flavours of Dubai. You will be transferred for the exotic camping activity via legendary 4*4 vehicles. Your entire desert camping will be led by a trained guide who will ensure that you have the best and the finest experience. 

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    Highlights: Enjoy a dune bashing session while exploring the desert. Satiate your adventure thirst by embarking on quad biking or sand skiing session led by trained instructors and guides. For those who wish to know more about the traditional desert, lifestyle can indulge in henna painting, sheesha and exciting camel rides. End the day with Middle-Eastern cuisine and the traditional Arabian Coffee. 

    Price: Approximate price starts from 252.455 AED

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  • 10Film Screenings at Claw BBQ

    Claw is one stop destination that promises amazing food and some super 80’s classic’s at its new movie nights. What makes this place unique is not their vintage movie collection but their customized food and drinks menu depending upon the movie that is being screened for the night. Well, so all the Bond Lovers get ready to gulp down those sparkling Martinis. 

    Location: CLAW, Souk Al Bahar Bridge, Downtown Dubai, Dubai 

    Timings: Movie screenings usually begins at 08:00 PM, however, the scheduled movies list is released monthly. 

    Price:  300 AED, the price includes all food and drinks while it is recommended to make prior bookings before you hop into this awesome delight.


  • 11Night Diving with Al Boom

    With the onset of night, just like the life on land the scene under the water goes for a spin as well, the day creatures retire and the nocturnal species come into action. With this appealing night diving with Al Boom, grab the opportunity of witnessing beautiful underwater world with the aid of your dive torch. 

    Highlights: Light handling and communication techniques under water, entering - exciting and navigating in the dark, and identifying how plants and animals differ or change their behaviour at night. 

    Getting there: You can reach this place from The main center is located on the East Coast at Le Meridien Al Aqah Beach Resort which is just a 10 minutes’ drive from the local harbour. Al Boom Diving offers a shuttle bus service from the Dubai dive center on Al Wasl Road.

    Price: 1400 AED, the price includes manual, certification and equipment rental charges as well.

  • 12Night Golf at Emirates Golf Club

    If heat constricts you from following your passion for golf during day time then Emirates Golf Club brings you with a happy treat! This exclusive 18-hole course in Dubai enables golfers to delight in a full round 18-hole championship golf that too right in the heart of the city. Since its pioneering year in 2010, night golf continues to allure tourists and passionate sportsmen from all around the world for this enthralling activity

    Highlights: With the increasing demand of the Night golf pass people can get an easy pass. Another interesting thing about the golf course is the lighting which makes it outstanding. 

    Timings: This exciting championship is conducted every day, beginning from 04:00 PM in the evening until midnight. 

    Price: The prices for night golf course begins from 450 AED for 18 holes and 280 AED for 9 holes. The prices, however, varies for weekdays and weekends.


  • 13Full Moon Horseback Riding at Mushrif Park

    Fulfil your dream of enthralling in a horseback ride while the bright blaze of the full moon lights your way ahead. This stunning twilight excursion will be led by a trainer who will take you along the silent tracks into the desert forests through beautiful pathways adorned with trees on both sides. The horseback riding lasts for 90 minutes. 

    Location: Mushrif Park, Dubai 

    Things to Remember: The activity is open for anyone above 11 years of age. The weight limit for participants is 90kgs. Pregnant women are advised to not participate in horseback riding. Ensure you check-in 15 minutes prior to the booked slot as you will be briefed about Do’s and Don’ts.

    Price: Approximate price ranges from 300 AED 
  • 14Full Moon Yoga at Talise Spa

    Held once in a month, Full Moon Yoga takes place at Madinat Jumeirah on the beach between Burj Al Arab and Pierchic. Guests are transferred to the sprawling 3km sandy beach at Madinat Jumeirah via buggy provided by Talise Spa itself where this soothing activity takes place.This stunning setting along the coastline makes the session even more effective and therapeutic, the calm sound of the waves enhances relaxation. 

    Location: Al Sufouh Road, Jumeira, Dubai 

    Things to Remember: All guests are expected to maintain personal hygiene. It is recommended that all the guests avoid the use of any non-discretionary fragrances, strong perfumes or colognes and it has also been observed that strong odours often hurdles meditation and other relaxation exercises.

    Price: Approximate price ranges from 119 AED per person.
  • 15Shopping at Meena Bazaar

    Well, it is indeed surprising that Cosmo lane earned its new name by taxi drivers who began calling this happening shopping hub by ‘Meena Bazaar’ because of the well-draped mannequins in the textile stores. It is ironic, that contrary to the extravagant shopping malls of Dubai, Meena bazaar is a street shopping complex. From Indo- Pakistani stores selling traditional ethnic wear to haute-couture fashion boutiques, you name it and the snaky lanes of this bustling street have it. 

    Timings: The shops begin opening at around 09:30 AM and shut for lunch by 01:00 PM. If you like shopping as the sun sets, then, visit in the evening by 05:00 PM. On Fridays, Meena Bazaar remains open till midnight, however, on the other days, the shops begin closing at around 10:00 PM.


  • 16Have a Drink in Icy Surroundings at Chillout Bar

    First ice lounge in the Middle East, Chillout Bar showcases a beautiful fusion of sub-zero temperatures along with a unique interior design that matches well with the entire concept. Before they hop into the lounge that is maintained at 5 degrees temperatures, guests are advised to stay in the buffer zone for a couple of minutes so that they get acclimatised with the temperature.


    Timings: The lounge opens from 10:00 AM till 10:00 PM on Saturdays till Wednesdays and from 10:00 AM till 12:00 in the midnight on Thursdays and Fridays. 

    Price: 75 AED for adults and 35 AED for children aged 5-13 years. The lounge provides a complimentary admission to children below 5 years age. The mentioned price includes a welcome drink and thermal clothing which includes – jacket, woollen gloves, shoes and socks (as per the requirement)


  • 17Experience Authentic Dinner on a Cruise

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    Experience ultimate luxury while you engage in a dinner cruise. What can be better than cruising on a beautiful boat, exploring the city of Dubai from the waters and indulging in a lavish dinner? Dinner cruises or dhow cruises are quite famous in Dubai and each one outdoes the other with amazing ambiance, entertainment, and vibes. Pass top Dubai attractions including the Clock Tower and Al Maktoum Bridge, and the dinner cruises offer a whole lot more apart from lavish delicious dinner, you are in store for live music shows, breathtaking sightseeing and much more.

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    Location: Dubai Marina and Dubai Creek are the two locations where these cruises headline. 

    Price: Approximate 700 AED to 1000 AED for two.

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  • 18Romantic Dinner in Burj Al Arab

    Money can’t buy you love, we know, but it certainly gets you an incredible amount of romance at ‘the world’s only seven-star hotel. 

    Addura: It’s an ultra-exclusive private dining room that is tucked away at the back, beneath the aquarium, for a quiet and private time. Bathed in candlelight with a giant table strewn with at least 100 velvet red roses and petals and sumptuous setting with a six-course degustation menu will undoubtedly satisfy even the most discerning food connoisseurs. 

    Price: The cost for a romantic dinner starts from 5,850 AED per couple


    Al Iwan: In the heart of the world's tallest atrium, is Al Iwan, where you can enjoy a taste of the finest Arabic cuisine. With spectacular sea views during the day, Al Iwan is transformed into an intimate dining room by night, with sumptuous tables, flickering candles and a sumptuous four-course menu offering exquisite dishes, bespoke selection of drinks and delectable desserts. 

    Price: The cost for a romantic dinner starts from 3,030 AED per couple

  • 19The Bateaux Dinner Cruise

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    There are wide varieties of boats offering a night of food and entertainment on Dubai Creek, most of them serving buffets and complete with flashing lights and gaudy performances. Bateaux Dubai is an altogether classier affair.

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    Highlights: The views of old Dubai are also fantastic as the boat takes a 3 hour long trip along the creek. This is not an old wooden dhow, instead a long vessel with glass windows and relaxing viewing decks. It includes soothing music from a pianist, slick and attentive service, and an inventive set menu.

    Price: The cost for this activity is approximately around 500 AED.

    Timings: Opened daily from 8.30pm to 11pm, boarding starts at 7.45pm near Emirates NBD & Dubai Chamber on Banyas Road.


  • 20Private Night Safari and Star Gazing

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    Dubai provides you with the best night beauty in all possible forms, once the sun drops get ready for a delightful night safari under the supervision of a trained guide who will ensure you are safe as well you the relish your night exploration of the desert and the nocturnal species that you are most likely to see during this trip.

    Enjoy a spectacular telescope views of the mesmerizing night sky decked with billions of stars in a star gazing experience like never before. 

    Timings: The duration is likely to vary with different tour operators. However, the average time of the activity is approximately 5 hours and begins in the evening. The experience can be availed on request via tour operators in Dubai.

    Highlights: This delightful activity is conducted on ever-so-stylish legendary vintage Land Rover. Enjoy the spectacular views with night-vision binoculars and head lamps.

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Attractions

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Dhow Wharfage

The Dubai Dhow Wharfage area is fabulous and offers sightseeing with a real sense of adventure. Steeped in history and stretching gloriously along the Creek bank, north of Maktoum Bridge are countless creaking wooden dhows, moored in time-honored tradition to load and unload their diverse cargoes from all over the region. 


Bursting with colour, activity and character, the Dhow Wharfage area is home to a way of life that has remained intact since Dubai’s earliest days. Deira set along the creek is a testament to Dubai’s lively past. Rich in culture and heritage, this is one place you must visit to get a feel of its vibrant authenticity. Hang around long enough and you might be invited to hop on board for a chat and a cup of tea.

Location: Starting from Baniyas Road and running up to the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club.

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Mushrif Park

Located 15 kms away from the city centre of Dubai lies this oldest park in Dubai. Mushriff Park was opened in 1980’s but went through a major makeover and is now one of the most visited park in Dubai. Invoke in some activities like swimming, horse riding, kids playing area, cycling etc. There is also a space for events and also a display of miniature architecture of the continents. The desert like park is around 1300 acres and is the most favorite spot for the people living in Al Khanweej, Mirdiff and Al Mizhar.

Highlights: The Mushriff Park is just 5 minutes’ drive away from the desert camp and so it is an ideal place for a long night stay.

Timing: Opens from 8:00 AM – 10 PM.

Price: 3 AED per person, 10 AED per car. Entry is free for kids below 2 years and for the physically challenged.
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Desert Conservation Reserve

The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve is an initiative by the Dubai Government that allows you to spend a good amount of time camping at the deserts of Dubai (over 9 in number) and dine in the company of night stars which are primarily organized to experience a Bedouin lifestyle. Over here, you can experience falcon shows, camel rides and several other activities that will get you to the true essence of Dubai.


Location: The office is located on the Airport road and they will take you to the desert where you can participate in a variety of activities. 

Highlights: This reserve provides an array of activities such as Falconry, Archery, Horse Riding, Dune Driving, Camping, Hookah. 

Approximate Price: A 5-hour tour will cost you around 150 AED per head.  

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Hatta Heritage Village

Located in the Al Hajar Mountains, on the outskirts of Dubai city, the Hatta Heritage Village shows the traveler the beautiful traditional life in Dubai. You will get to observe the strong attachment of the people who hail from this old town, people whose ancestors were farmers and handicraft men. The other significance also lies in the houses that you will see here, which were built from mountain rocks in the old year. There are over 17 houses, 2 castles and even a fortress here that you can revel in. You can explore the sculptures here as well and enjoy the folklore, the songs and the performances that grace the village every night.


Timings: Can visit the place from Saturday to Thursday

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Dubai Village

Bur Dubai Village, also known as the Dubai Heritage Village is located near the mouth of Dubai Creek that takes tourist back in time through a series of heritage villages complete with recreated architecture and local artisans. For patrons, the village is a great place to find unique handmade items to take home as souvenirs or gifts. 

Highlights: The vicinity offers many places to stroll around like Pottery shopping, visit traditional markets and enjoy live performances of Arabian folklore such as Raza, Ayyala, and Harbeya 

Timings: It is opened every day from 08:00 to 20: 00, however on Fridays many shops will be closed as the operational hours are 15:00 to 22:00. 

Getting There: You can reach the location through the Ghubaiba bus and train station nearby. 

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Guru Nanak Darbar

Guru Nanak Darbar is built in the demand from the Sikh community for a dedicated place of worship. The Gurudwara is believed to be the first of its kind in the entire region. It has a dedicated floor for a community feasts for about 5,000 people at a time and a huge hall for devotional songs. The main prayer hall of the new Gurudwara has a 7.2-metre high ceiling and 18-metre diameter dome roof. The function hall can accommodate up to 900 people. 

Location: It is located in Jebel Ali which is around 35 km from Dubai center. Taxi is the best mode of transportation to reach the temple. The closest metro station is Ibn Batuta. 

Timings: It is opened daily from 4:30 AM to 9 :30 PM

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SEGA Republic

Stationed within the Dubai Mall, the 76,000 square foot, a fun-for-all-ages indoor theme park of SEGA Republic is loaded with more than 15 attractions. See your desired games and characters brought to life with state-of-the-art simulators and experiences that boast high-tech entertainment. As part of the world's largest shopping and entertainment space, SEGA Republic portrays cutting-edge technology to games and attractions. Your favorite SEGA characters, like nemesis Robotnik and Sonic the Hedgehog, play their part as you jump on thrilling rides that get your pulse racing at breakneck speeds.



Timings: Opens daily from 10 AM to 1 AM

Price: Approximate price starts from 170 AED
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Burj Beach

With the panoramic view of the Burj al Arab in the milieu, the Burj Beach is another famous beach having a huge sandy stretch. With a number of volleyball nets and large open area for playing various sports, the beach is very popular amidst sports lovers. So pack your bags and have a relaxing day at the beach with a beautiful setting. The access to the beach is not chargeable.


Highlights: There are volleyball nets and barbecues on the beach. There is also a water sports club which offers water skiing, wake boarding, banana boating and other activities.  

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The Palm and World Islands

Palm Islands are a set of 2 artificial islands mainly the Palm Jumeirah and the Palm Jebel Ali. Tourists can get a chance to visit Palm Jumeirah, as it is the only completed Island. The island takes the shape of a palm tree. The World Islands is a series of various small islands that has been constructed in the shape of a rough world map. The best way to view the Palm Islands is from the air or atop one of Dubai’s many high-rise skyscrapers, such as the Observation Deck at the BurjKhalifa. 

Highlights: To tour the islands you could take a Speedboat at Palm Jumeirah to visit some of the major attractions in the vicinity. 

Approximate Price: A tour around the island will cost 36-50 USD 

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Dubai Aquarium

The 10-million liter Dubai Aquarium tank, located on the Ground Level of The Dubai Mall, is the largest suspended aquariums in the world. It houses thousands of aquatic animals, comprising over 140 species. Over 300 sharks and rays live in this tank, including the largest collection of Sand tiger sharks in the world. There are numerous ways for visitors to experience the main Aquarium tank, which measures 51 meters in length, 20 meters in width and 11 meters in height. Walk through the 48-metre Aquarium Tunnel on Ground Level, and explore the Rainforest, rocky shore living ocean environments and UAE night creature at the Underwater Zoo on Level 2.


Timings: 10 AM to 11 PM on Sundays and Wednesdays and 10 AM to midnight on Thursdays - Saturdays 

Price: Approximate price for this activity varies depending on the package availed and  range from 100 AED to 250 AED.


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Underwater Hotel Dubai

Underwater suites are the epitome of luxury and elite uniqueness and what better place to indulge in the finer things in life other than Dubai? Hydropolis Under Water Hotel in Dubai is still not open to the public but bookings are open. 

The hotel will consist of three parts, The ‘Land Post’ where visitors will be greeted, the ‘Subway’ which will connect guests to the main hotel and the ‘220 suites’ all deep under the sea.  

The hotel owners are positive that post opening the hotel will be able to greet around 3500 guests a day. The hotel's plan is to cover an area of 260 hectares, which is equivalent in area to Hyde Park in London. 

The construction cost for Hydropolis is approximately € 600 million Euro, which will make Hydropolis one of the most expensive hotels ever created.

Location: Off the cost of Jumeirah beach.

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KidZania in Dubai Mall

Inside the Dubai Mall is a tiny replica of a real city where kids can role-play adult professions, from firefighters to car dealers and much more. From fighting “fires” and investigating “criminals” to flipping burgers and selling cars, let your little ones role-play in realistic settings at KidZania. The interactive entertainment and education center is a scaled facility that enables children to experience how adults view and participate in the world. KidZania’s streets are flagstone with shops, offices, factories, restaurants, a bank, hospital and fire station with settings for children between 4 to 16 years can live out their dream job with 80 role-playing activities to choose from. During their job shifts, the kids wear uniforms and are paid in KidZania’scurrency.



Timings: Opens daily from 10 AM to 11 PM

Price: Approximate price starts from 150 AED
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Al Mamzar Beach

Al Mamzar Park is home to beautiful beaches and acres of green fields, making it one of Dubai’s hidden gems. Whether you want to stroll on the beach or swim in the pool, picnic on the lawns or skate in the park, there’s no shortage of activities to do. The array of facilities at this beautiful park by the sea makes it a hit with water sports lovers, beach goers, families, and groups looking for fun in the sun.Mondays and Wednesdays are for women and children only. It's about 6.5km from the nearest metro station. 


Highlights: This lushly landscaped beach park consists of a string of five lovely sandy sweeps and comes with plenty of infrastructures, including a swimming pool, playgrounds, water sports rentals, barbecues, grassy areas and air-conditioned cabanas. There are also sun loungers and umbrellas for rent but food outlets are minimal so you might want to bring a picnic. 

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Aquaventure Waterpark

Beat the heat of Dubai with a day of sun-soaked fun at Aquaventure Waterpark, set within the grounds of the incredible Atlantis, The Palm resort. Whether you're a thrill-seeker or prefer basking in the sun, there is something to suit your taste at the largest water park in the Middle East.
Here you'll experience heart-thumping slides, the pinnacle being Leap of Faith, a near-vertical, 9-storey drop that catapults you through a tube surrounded by a shark-filled lagoon. You can also attempt Poseidon's Revenge, the UAE's only dual-racing loop waterslide. If you're not feeling quite that brave, you can try the 6-person Aquaconda, the world's widest waterslide.

After all that excitement, it might be time to just sit back and relax in one of the many zero-entry pools or on the private beach surrounded by lush tropical landscapes. With plenty to keep all ages entertained, this is the perfect escape for a day of aquatic fun.



Timings: Opens daily from 10 AM to 6:30 PM

Price: Approximate price starts from 250 AED
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Dubai Ice Rink

Keep away the heat and get down to The Dubai Mall to ice-skate on the Olympic-sized rink. Whether you are a pro or a beginner, you are sure to make the most of the enormous facility as you glide across the ice. The Dubai Mall is the world's biggest shopping and entertainment hub and even in the heat of the desert, it is not surprising to find an Olympic-sized ice rink. Tie up your skates and head onto the ice. Practice your hockey-stops or even throw in a spin as you enjoy the sport with family and friends. In the sometimes extreme heat of Dubai, the rink can be the coolest place to seek shelter and have fun at the same time.



Timings: Opens daily from 10 AM to 11 PM

Price: Approximate price starts from 65 AED
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Burj Al Arab

Why not spend your holiday in the third tallest tower in the world? This stellar tower in Dubai is a world class hotel with amenities that will make you feel like royalty. This 56 floor building is open all round the year and caters to those who love living life large.

You could be lucky enough to have your own private butler and the view is breathtaking for all those who have an eye for luxury and pure bliss. There are several ranges of rooms you can choose from or you could avail a day tour wherein you can explore the bars and restaurants in this world famous hotel.

Location: It is located near the Jumeirah beach.

Price: The average cost of a room is 24,000 USD per night.

Places to Visit Around: Skyview Bar, WadiWadi Water Park, Souk Madinat, Jumeirah, HintHunt Dubai, and Ski Dubai.

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