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Dubai, one of the most visited international tourist destinations in the world, has no dearth of unique places in Dubai. From historic mosques and Arabian homes to the sky towering buildings and malls, one is sure to be amazed by the places to visit in Dubai and the activities to experience there. Explore Bur Dubai, the oldest part of UAE and check out the rustic Arabian homes built from mud and clay.Al Bastakiya Quarters is famous for the exquisite art galleries like XVA and Majlis shows.Dubai Coffee Museum is an interesting museum for the coffee lovers. The museum also has antiques and coffee wares on display. You can also visit the magnificent Jumeirah Mosque, the only mosque in UAE that is open for non-Muslims and check out its magnificent architecture. The Dubai Miracle Garden is a visual treat for the eyes with more than 150 million flowers in full bloom. Go for a nature walk along the Dubai Water Canal or enjoy a ferry ride there. Party mongers must definitely visit the Soho Beach Club, one of the most elite nightclubs in the world with day-to-night pool party and lounge area. So, what are you still pondering over? Visit all the unique places to visit in Dubai and enjoy an amazing Dubai holiday!

Unique Places to Visit in Dubai

Bur Dubai
Bur Dubai

One of the most unique Places to Visit in Dubai, Bur Dubai is the perfect place to get a glimpse into the culture that is deeply rooted in the region, and it is situated right in the middle of Dubai. Bur Dubai is the oldest part of the emirate and is characterised by the presence of beautiful traditional Arabian homes. These homes can be found dotted along the Old Iranian neighbourhood that is located close to the Shingdagha district waterfront. Also, there is the magnificent Dubai Museum and the lively Textile Souk to investigate. Highlights: Oldest part of Dubai with traditional Arabian homes.

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Al Fahidi Historical
Al Bastakiya Quarters

Al Bastakiya, which was founded in the 1800s, is also called "Old Dubai." Large buildings made of traditional materials like mud and wood are a big part of its look. In this beautiful place, tourists can take part in art events that locals enjoy with a lot of passion. Galleries like XVA and Majlis show works by well-known artists from all over the world, as well as from the Arab world. At The Tea House at Al Bastakiya, you can try over a hundred different kinds of tea and a tasty date cake. Highlights: XVA and Majlis show

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Ola Beach Club
Soho Beach Club

The Soho Beach Club is one of the private and unique Places to Visit in Dubai in the Meydan district, adjacent to the renowned Drai's Beach Club and one of the country's most exclusive nightclubs. It is a contemporary, chic, day-to-night pool party and lounge area with unobstructed views of Dubai's magnificent skyline. Famous Djs from all parts of the world mark their presence here and turn every night into a party night with their electrifying numbers! Highlights: Great food, drinks, entertainment

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Dubai Coffee Museum
Dubai Coffee Museum

You can find the Dubai Coffee Museum in the Al Fahidi heritage hub neighbourhood of Bur Dubai, and it's a true paradise for coffee connoisseurs. There are displays of antiques and coffee wares, and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. As a nod to the Arab tradition of hospitality, the museum staff regularly offers visitors hot cups of Java and popcorn as soon as they walk through the doors. Highlights: Antiques and coffee wares

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Aquafun Inflatable Water Park
Aquafun Inflatable Water Park

Aqua Fun Water Park is one of the most unique Places to Visit in Dubai and the world's largest inflatable water park! This water park occupies an area of 2,700 square metres and is situated directly on the Persian Gulf. When viewed from above, one of the highlights of the location is that the inflatable park is shaped to spell out Dubai. The Aqua Fun Water Park provides 74 thrilling activities that allow you to slide, jump, and climb while having the most amazing and exciting time. Highlights: World's largest inflatable water park, 74 thrilling water activities

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Dubai Miracle Garden

The entrances to Dubai Miracle Garden are opened once more at the start of each new season, when the temperature starts to drop with the arrival of winter. Since it first opened nearly nine years ago – appropriately, on Valentine's Day – this 72,000-square-meter paradise has flowered into one of the region's most picturesque destinations. With more than 150 million flowers in full bloom, it has flowered into one of the region's most sweet-smelling destinations. Highlights: 150 million flowers bloom together during the full bloom season

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Dubai Water Canal
Dubai Water Canal

This 3.2 km long waterway in Old Dubai extends from the Creek to the Arabian Gulf through Business Bay. This meandering man-made canal runs through the city giving it a spectacular waterfront look. Tourists can walk and cycle along the canal or enjoy a ferry ride on the canal to bask in the beauty of the hi-tech city. There are also five pedastrian bridges built over the canal and these bridges form picture perfect backdrops for your pictures. Highlights: Walking and cycling along the canal, ferry rides

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Jumeirah Mosque
Jumeirah Mosque

Jumeirah Mosque tops the list of unique Places to Visit in Dubai as it is one of the very few mosques in the world that are open to non-Muslims. The mosque stands as a testimonial to the rich Islamic architecture and looks breathtakingly beautiful when completely lit after sunset. You can learn about the history of the mosque by reserving a spot on the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding's guided tour, which lasts for 75 minutes (SMCCU). The best part about this mosque is that photography is allowed inside the mosque. Hence, do not miss your camera. Highlights: Only mosque in Dubai that is open to non-Muslims

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Dubai Pearl Museum
Dubai Pearl Museum

At this museum, you can see many of the exquisite pearls on display at the Emirates NBD Pearl Museum, the majority of which were donated by Ali Bin Abdullah Al Owais and his son Sultan Al Owais. In addition to displaying magnificent examples of jewellery, the museum also displays the instruments and tools that they used. Making reservations in advance with Emirates NBD is required in order to visit the Pearl Museum. A maximum of only 20 people will be allowed into the park. Highlights: Displays of magnificent pearls and tools used to harvest the pearls.

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Miami Design District
Design District

The flashy, cutting-edge The Dubai Design District hosts international fashion and design festivals, as well as trendy galleries showcasing the work of emerging artists and designers. Between Ras Al Khor, Za'abeel, Business Bay, and Mohammed Bin Rashid (MBR) City, you'll find Dubai Design District. Cool restaurants put a modern spin on traditional Mediterranean fare, and hip outdoor cafes serve lunch and artisan coffee. Entrepreneurs and those involved in the fields of design, fashion, and culture have also made this place their home. Highlights: Art galleries, start ups, al-fresco restaurants

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Love Lake
Love Lake

Dubai's "Love Lake" is a heart-shaped artificial lake built in the desert. It is about a 15-minute drive from Al Qudra lake. Over sixteen thousand trees and tens of thousands of flowers were carefully chosen for their ability to thrive in the desert environment to create this picturesque setting. When you've had your fill of splashing around in Love Lake, take a stroll through the surrounding vegetation for some quiet time with your special someone. At Al Qudra, you can pitch your tent next to the lake and watch the sun rise and set over the water. Highlights: Swimming and nature walks

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Arabian Tea House
Arabian Tea House

This is one of the best places in Dubai to savor over 150 types of tea and drinks - from the humble mint lemonade to the exotic black tea infused with herbs and fruits. The cafe also offers other authentic Emirati cuisine like regag bread and khabisah. The ambience of this quaint little cafe is soothing and pleasant to spend a couple of hours. Apart from this, the cafe also serves regular cuisines like sandwiches, pastries, salads and desserts for you to munch and relish. Highlights: Serves more than 150 types of drinks and teas

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FAQ's of Dubai

Which are the best things to do in Dubai?

Being an international tourist destination with countless unique places in Dubai , the number of things that one can do in this high-tech city is simply countless. However, here is a curated list that should be on your bucket list - Visit Burj Khalifa, enjoy skydiving at Palm Jumeirah, go for a lake ride at Dubai fountain, experience desert safari with BBQ dinner, and have fun at the Wild Wadi Waterpark.

What is the best time to visit Dubai?

The months of November through February are widely regarded as the ideal time to visit this emirate, when the weather is mild and a variety of exciting events, from the Dubai Shopping and Food Festivals to the Dubai World Cup, fill the calendar.

Which are the best theme parks in Dubai?

The best and top-notch theme parks in Dubai that are of gold standards are Global Village, Atlantis Aquaventure Waterpark, Ski Dubai, Wild Wadi Waterpark, Legoland Dubai, and Motiongate Dubai.

What are the best places to visit in Dubai at night?

Dubai has the best eclectic night life in the world and these are some of the no-miss things to do at the unique places in Dubai at night-

  • Beat the Heat at Ski Dubai, Emirates Mall
  • Visit Burj Khalifa and soak in the glittery skyline of the city around
  • Check out the marine life at Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
  • Marvel at the Light and Show Show, The Dubai Fountains.
  • Spend a musical night at the Madinat Theatre.
  • Enjoy fine dining at Uptown Bar

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