• Madinat Jumeirah is an Arabian mini-city in Dubai and Burj Al Arab

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Historical Neighbourhood

Historical Neighbourhood

Escape the city's skyscrapers and travel back in time with a trip to Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood. This atmospheric area is one of the oldest heritage sites in the city, with a neighbourhood that dates back to the early 1900s. A tour of the area offers a beguiling glimpse into the Dubai of a bygone era including traditional wind towers, bustling courtyards and a maze of winding alleyways. This neighbourhood is home to art galleries, restaurants and charming souvenir shops.
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La Perle

La Perle

This world-class venue stages the city’s first ever resident show, masterminded by creative director Franco Dragone. La Perle is a show that combines the spirit of Dubai with an iconic 860sqm ‘aqua-stage’. Using 2.7 million litres of water for each performance, the custom-built theatre was constructed around the show’s concept. Inspired by the vibrancy of this city, the show has it all – cascading waterfalls, fast-paced acrobatics, a 25m high dive and fantastical characters.
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Mosques

Mosques

Take a visit to the stunning Jumeirah Mosque, one of just a couple of mosques in Dubai that welcome non-Muslim guests. Make the most of your visit by joining a tour hosted by the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Centre for Cultural Understanding and learn about the Emirati culture in a relaxed, casual and open atmosphere. When lit up at dusk, the mosque's intricate artistry and true beauty are highlighted. Note that women are asked to dress modestly and wear a scarf when visiting.
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Infinity des Lumières

Infinity des Lumières

Step into the biggest immersive digital art centre in the GCC, Infinity des Lumières, which brings iconic and contemporary art to life through 130 projectors, 58 speakers and an incredible 3,000 HD digital moving images. The immersive experience will transport visitors into a world where they can enjoy living dynamic art. Exhibitions related to Van Gogh, Japanese artists such as Hokusai, and a doorway into the cosmos with Thomas Vanz, will run simultaneously through the digital art gallery and captivate your senses.
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Dubai Historical District

Dubai Historical District

Discover old Dubai in Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, where winding stone alleys and charismatic windtower architecture reflect life before skyscrapers. Follow the alleyways to hidden tea houses, art galleries and cultural installations that uncover Dubai's past. Afterwards, head toward the bustling abra station and take a ride across the creek. There you will find gold, spice, perfume and textile souks where you can bargain over excellent handicrafts and goods.
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