Free Things to Do in Dubai
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Dubai is one of the newest and most talked-about travel playgrounds in the world. The transformation of the desert city to a great destination began only a few decades ago, but Dubai now boasts the tallest building in the world, the largest shopping center, and some of the most luxurious shopping opportunities on the planet. Entertainment here ranges from indoor snow skiing to camel racing. Many of these activities have outrageous prices.
1. Ascend Jebel Hafeet
Jebel Hafeet is a mountain that offers spectacular views of the region and can be climbed on foot or by vehicle for free.
Those seeking spectacular views of Dubai often take an elevator to the top of the area's skyscrapers. The Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, stands 2,717 feet above the city. The cost to visit its highest observation deck ranges from $ 35 to $ 82 per adult, and the long lines can cost you precious time as well.
If that sounds a bit pricey, Jebel Hafeet allows for a much wider view, as it is about 25 kilometers long and several kilometers wide. Hafeet Mountain Road is the winding route that takes you to approximately 3,900 feet above sea level. If you are willing to tackle this potentially dangerous road at night, you can see some incredible views of the city lights.
2. Visit The Rooftop Gardens at Wafi Pyramids
Wafi Pyramids Rooftop Gardens quickly makes itineraries for budget travelers because it hosts popular and free "Movies Under the Stars" events every Sunday at 8:30 pm. The open-air theater offers beanbags and access to food and drink.
There are other entertainment venues here that will require money. But it doesn't hurt to immerse yourself in the atmosphere.
This is also a place for fancy dinners. Many good restaurants offering Italian, Asian and continental cuisine line the passages.
3. Window Shop at the Dubai Mall
Dubai Mall, in the shadow of Burj Khalifa, is the second-largest shopping mall in the world. That fact alone makes this a valuable tourist destination, and it costs nothing to search the vast commercial areas.
Inside the mall, your visit will require some planning. It is a 5.9 million square meter shopping center, with 1,200 stores that attract millions of visitors annually. The numbers are staggering, but the list of "best" and "biggest" is constantly contested in other malls around the world.
Look past all of these claims and enjoy some one-of-a-kind attractions like a 10,000-square-foot "candy store," a 245-ton aquarium, and a giant indoor amusement park. To get the most out of these attractions, money is needed, but observations are free.
4. Watch Dubai's Dancing Fountains
Alongside the mall, Dubai's famous dancing fountains are considered "the world's highest-performing fountain." This free attraction resembles the Las Vegas Bellagio show with 6,000 lights and 50 colored projectors.
Shows last about five minutes and run from 6 p.m. at 11 p.m. and sometimes during noon. Head to the Paseo Marítimo near the mall.
5. Explore the Gold Souk
Gold Souk literally means gold market, and you will see a variety of products rarely found elsewhere. The location is 54 Al Khor St.
If you are thinking of buying, do some research before you arrive. Not all advertised "offers" will work to your advantage. The government regulates products, so worry less about authenticity and more about price. Bargaining is common, but knowing the true market value of a part before buying is essential.
It costs nothing to walk and observe. You will see gold and diamond jewelry from this area and from other parts of the Middle East and Asia.
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Source: Aoife Clifford
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