If you’re wondering what to do in Dubai we’ve got plenty of suggestions. Skyscrapers, fountains, Bedouin tents, 7-star hotels, beaches, museums - the list is endless! Check out some of our suggestions below.
Ramadan can be a great time to visit the Middle East. The cities slow down for a beat, with popular tourist attractions less busy during the day, followed by lively evenings of celebrations and festivities.
From bustling souks to vast shopping malls, Dubai is a shopaholic’s paradise. And paradise here stays open late. Choose famous high street names or boutiques so exclusive you’ve never even heard of them, and shop until you drop with our list of the best places for shopping in Dubai…
From the world’s tallest skyscraper and a restaurant that’s under the ocean, to 21st century shopping and ancient Bedouin traditions. Whatever you choose to do, you’ll soon realise that Dubai always aims to do things bigger and better than anywhere else…
Dubai isn’t just a skyscraper-packed metropolis. This city is home to loads of gorgeous sandy stretches where you can enjoy some respite from all the shopping and entertainment (it’s hard work, we know).