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Dubai Museum

Dubai Museum is located in the imposing Al-Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 to protect the then-sleepy desert village from landward approaches. Life-size figures set in an intriguing diorama reveal what life was like before the discovery of oil transformed Dubai.
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Desert Safari

A Dubai must-do is a four-wheel drive excursion out into the sand dunes. They might stop to let you discover some of the wildlife. More likely, the drivers will race each other dizzyingly up and down seemingly impossible slopes. The day’s excitement ends with a barbecue under the stars.
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Grand Mosque

At 70 metres tall, this grandiose building has the city’s tallest minaret. The mosque was originally built in 1900, demolished and built again in 1960. Like all Dubai mosques except Jumeirah Mosque, non-Muslims are not allowed to enter the building.
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Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum’s House

Dating from the late 19th century, this mansion in Al Shindagha is a fine example of traditional architecture, built from coral covered in plaster. It houses a collection of rare stamps and coins. Close by is the Heritage and Diving Village, telling the story of the once-thriving pearl diving industry.
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Dubai Creek

Inland, the Creek broadens into a wide marsh that is home to 27,000 birds—many of them colourful pink flamingos that are in year-round residence. Deira has a broad waterfront promenade, while the Bur Dubai side features a beautifully landscaped park.
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Jumeira Mosque

Another fine edifice is the monumental Jumeira Mosque which is claimed to be the most photographed mosque in all of Dubai. There are organised tours available for non-Muslims. Make sure to respect dress codes when visiting.
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Aquaventure Waterpark

Claimed to be no.1 water park in the Middle East and Europe with 42 acres of fun attractions. Here you will experience thrilling slides, never ending rapid river adventures or just relax on the private beach which is surrounded by lush tropical landscapes. There is also a children’s play area with slides, rope bridges, water cannons and much more.
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Ski Dubai

Ski Dubai is located inside Dubai Mall of the Emirates and is the world’s third largest indoor ski slope. In addition it is also the first to open in the Middle East. Here you will find chair lift, a t-bar, a café and 6,000 tons of snow. You can even experience close encounter with snow penguins at Ski Dubai!
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Boat Excursions

Another way to explore Dubai is to take a ride with The Yellow Boats who offers guided tours on the water. You can choose between several tours for example a 90 minute tour including Dubai Marina, The Palm, and the Atlantis Hotel or why not enjoy a night tour or a thrilling high speed tour on the open water?
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The Tower Of Arabs (Burj Al Arab)

If you are not staying at this hotel there is only one way to get inside; to book breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea, lunch or dinner at the restaurants inside the hotel. It doesn’t come with a cheap price since this is the only "seven-star" hotel, but it will definitely be worth the money. Burj Al-Arab has even become a signature landmark in Dubai.
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The Dubai Fountains

Located next to one of the highest buildings in the world, the Dubai Fountain puts up a fantastic water and light show that is largest of its kind. It should not be missed while visiting Dubai.
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Marina Walk

Marina is one of the nicest places to walk with a great view. Street that is filled with shops and cafes, is a wonderful place to go. During the night time the city lights make it ideal for romantics.
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Burj Khalifa

Begin your Dubai sightseeing with Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. The Burj Khalifa skyscraper is a world-class destination and the magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai, Dubai's new urban masterpiece. The world's tallest building is surrounded by hotels, must-visit shopping destinations and a world of entertainment options. HIGHLIGHTS: Get to know how the Burj Khalifa was build and it´s significance for Dubai; Step into the fastest elevator of the world for the highest building in the world; Check out the panorama observation deck.
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Wild Wadi Waterworld

Located in Dubai and situated in front of the stunning Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi offers 30 rides and attractions for all the family. Wild Wadi is themed around the tale of Juha, a known character from the Arabian folklore. Relax and enjoy meter high waves of Flood River and long, lazy river of Juha's Journey.The little ones will love the kids activities at Wild Wadi which include racing slides and water guns!
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Ferrari World

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi features more than 20 rides and attractions designed to tell the Ferrari story in ways which appeal to a broad audience of different ages and interests. It is not important if you are a Ferrari supporter, a woman, a child, a thrill seeker and racing fan, this awesome thematic park has something for everybody! From the world’s fastest roller coaster, to advanced racing simulators can find and enjoy unforgettable experiences at Ferrari World Abu Dhabi!
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