If your vacation in Dubai is about to end, make sure you pay these places and activities some of your time.
Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding
This center is founded by an Emirati man who married a European woman and hosted by the charismatic general manager Nasif. The center introduces you to cross-cultural experience, and you may leave it with a whole new understanding and appreciation of the Muslim world. If you go up the roof of the center, you would enjoy the views over the old Persian district at the Bastakia Quarter.
If you want to discover one of the Bedouin culture sides, go in a Desert Safari where you can see part of the original country before becoming the land of the highest skyscrapers in the world. Most Safari trips start with a 4×4 drive to an authentic Bedouin campsite where you can try the Arabian Shisha and Shawerma, and then you come to choose your ride to a thrill ride around the dunes either by Land Rover or camel.
Dubai fountains are part of the greatest things to see in Dubai, they’re even taller, bigger and louder than the Belaggio fountains in Vegas, with an incredible light show at night. To enjoy the fountains while dining, book ahead to dine in one of lively hub of restaurants with front row views near the beach to see the fountains in all their glory. The fountains operate Saturday to Thursday 1pm and 1.30pm; 6 to 11pm every 30 minutes, and Friday 1.30pm and 2pm; 6 to 11pm every 30 minutes.
You’d be amazed to know that you can go skiing at the desert country of UAE. Well, head to Mall of the Emirates at the Marina end of the city, close to Burj Al Arab and enjoy your time at ” Ski Dubai”. It is the Middle East’s first indoor ski center, and it offers you an amazing setting to enjoy skiing, snowboarding or just playing in the snow.