Things for you to do in Dubai

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Things for you to do in Dubai

With the passage of time, Dubai has turned into one of the hottest tourist destinations around the world – and for good reason. The city boasts of multiple entertainment options, a few of which are:

Dubai Museum

Situated in Bur Dubai and part of the Al Sahidi Fort, this museum is a must visit whenever you travel to Dubai. Just so you know, the Al Sahidi Fort in which the museum is incorporated was built back in the late 18th century. Back in the days, it served as a seat for the government and was used for residential purposes by the rulers. If you want to take a look in to the olden days of the city, then make sure that you visit this museum when you travel to the city.

Snow Ski Dubai

This ski resort is situated in the Mal of the Emirates shopping complex. On the whole, this indoor ski resort offers what can be considered the best snow setting required to help people enjoy skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing. If you want, you can even just play in the snow. You have 5 different runs to choose from, all of which tend to vary in height, difficulty and steepness. If you are a snowboarder, you can even practice your stunts here. For the record, the longest run at this particular ski resort in Dubai happens to be about 400 meters and has a fall of more than 60 meters.

Dubai Creek & Abra Cruise

If you want to experience the Dubai creek, then a visit to the Dubai Creek & Abra Cruise is highly recommended for you. A visit here will help you witness the basis through which Dubai gained popularity as a port for trading vessels between Middle East, Africa and India. The shipping culture still remains in Dubai and now you can actually go through the old buildings that were previously used as custom houses back in the days. You can even opt to have a dinner cruise, which is extremely popular amongst visitors.

Jumeirah Mosque

Located on the Jumeirah Road, a visit to this beautiful mosque is highly recommended. It has been constructed in the medieval Fatimid tradition with the help of beautiful modern building materials. The best part is that this mosque welcomes non-Muslims as well, so there is literally nothing for you to worry about in this regard. If you wish to understand the religion better, you can even visit the Cultural Center at the mosque.

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