You can often create a stopover in Dubai at no additional price when you fly to Asia with Emirates. I find this extremely advised for myself. Dubai is a weird but fantastic town where you’re sure to enjoy yourself. Even though Dubai is enormous, in a two-day stopover you can see a lot of the town. I’ll inform you in this post what you can see and do during a stopover in Dubai and how you can arrange your two-day stopover conveniently.
Discover the coast with the Yellow Boats
With huge skyscrapers, Dubai has a beautifully landscaped shoreline. A journey with the Yellow Boats is the best way to see as much of this shoreline as possible in a brief period of time. Make sure you get up early and stay at 9 AM in Dubai Marina. This is Dubai’s port, from where you start your speed boat journey around Palm Island. The renowned Atlantis hotel, the Burj Khalifa and the Burj al Arab, the only 7-star hotel in the globe, can be seen along with the manner. The guide also demonstrates you the ridiculous gifts sheik Mohammed gave to his loved ones. He once gave the world’s biggest yacht, for instance, or even a whole island as a donation. You can also see his project if you look carefully.
Coffee or tea with an impressive view
From the end of the Yellow boat tour, you can walk to the enormous Marriot hotel in 5 minutes. You can recover from your journey along the shoreline in the sky bar of this hotel while enjoying a beautiful view of Dubai Marina. It’s not very cheap, so I wouldn’t go there for a complete dinner personally. A cup of tea or coffee is okay, though, and you rarely get the opportunity to drink such a wonderful perspective, of course.
Stroll along The Walk
Take a brief walk on The Walk, the most popular boulevard in Dubai, after enjoying the view. This road is not less than 1.7 kilometers long and on the manner, you’re going to be surprised. You walk in the center of the skyscrapers, but next door there’s plenty to see and do as well. There are plenty of beautiful restaurants and terraces, and displays, street artists or artists are often presented. If you’re in Dubai for an additional evening, when everything is beautifully lit, it’s also very pleasant to walk on this evening boulevard. You can take a taxi from The Walk to Souk Madinat Jumeirah in the vicinity.
Visit Souk Madinat Jumeirah
A replica of a traditional Arab market, Souk Madinat Jumeirah. In a real fata morgana, you imagine yourself here. Inside you will discover predominantly traditional stores with all types of Arabic trinkets and outside you can walk along the water and settle on one of the many terraces. You can also allow yourself to navigate for a fee around the water. You also have the best perspective of the Burj al Arab in all of Dubai from Souk Madinat Jumeirah. Only worth a visit to Souk Madinat Jumeirah for this typical picture time.
Looking for a nice lunch in the Mall of the Emirates
You can reach the Emirates Mall in a few minutes from Souk Madinat. This is Dubai’s second-biggest shopping mall. Ski Dubai, a big ski hill in the park, is best known for the mall. Look here and pick up a lovely picnic for the beach. There is a big Carrefour on the ground floor where you can purchase something to eat and drink, but there is also a takeaway choice for all restaurants. Be sure to get a delicious cake of oreo cheese from the first floor at the Cheesecake Factory. This is undoubtedly the most delicious cheesecake I’ve ever had.
Picnic on Kite Beach
For a fantastic picnic on the beach, take your bought lunch to Kite Beach. The Emirates Mall is a 10-minute drive from Kite Beach. This beach is especially renowned, as the name indicates, for the kite surfers who are often discovered here. The water is bright and intense blue. You have a beautiful view of the town skyline from the beach. It’s the ideal location in the hot water to have dinner or have a dip.
Shop in the Dubai Mall
You can visit the Dubai Mall, the world’s biggest mall if you relax on the beach. Besides shopping, here you can see and do a lot more. Look at the huge waterfall, visit the aquarium or skate on the ice rink, for instance. That way you can’t believe it or see it, do it or purchase it here.
Eat the best burger in Dubai at Five guys
Have you got hungry from shopping around the mall and wandering around? You’ll discover the finest burgers in Dubai at Five Guys and you’ve got a good perspective of the Burj Khalifa. Are you still not so hungry? They have very delicious milkshakes here as well.
Watch the sunset from the Burj Khalifa
It’s time to look at Dubai from above after you’ve eaten a fast bite at Five Guys. The entrance to the Burj Khalifa, the largest tower in the globe, is located on the upper floor of the Dubai Mall. Make sure you purchase your ticket online in advance. It will cost you four times as much if you want to purchase a ticket at the counter. Around sunset is the best time to see the perspective of the Burj Khalifa. The town can be seen in daylight as well as in the dark.
Afternoon/evening: go dune bashing in the Dubai desert
Without a desert tour, a stopover in Dubai is not complete. While you can also visit the desert on your own theory, I recommend that you book a desert trip. This sort of tour is offered by countless organizations. At your hotel around 3 pm, you will be picked up and then drive into the desert. Start here with dune bashed, crossing the sandhills with a jeep. It sounds like a roller coaster sometimes. You stop in the center of the desert at the end of the afternoon to appreciate the amazing sunset. You’ll be taken to a camp in the center of the desert when the sun is set. A buffet with delicious food from the Middle East is waiting for you here. Furthermore, the displays.
Are you in Dubai for more than two days?
You can have a wonderful time even if you have more than two days to spend in Dubai. I was twice in this town for a week and I was never bored for a second. Visit the mosque near Abu Dhabi, for instance. What else can you do in Dubai itself besides the above? Read all of Dubai’s papers and travel reports.
Looking for a pleasant and inexpensive location to stay in Dubai during your stopover? Here you can see the nicest and cheapest Dubai accommodation. I believed staying close to the Emirates Mall was a good idea.