Dubai is a great place to visit at least once in your life. Whether you’re interested in the desert safaris, the skyscrapers or the beach resorts Dubai has a variety of. If you’re planning to go there, here’s an ideal plan to follow for a 5-day trip:
After you have landed in the emirate and gotten some rest, you should instantly head down to the Marina. If you have time, you should have a day-time cruise with your loved ones. This will show you the exotic coastline as well as the skyscrapers of Dubai. You can enjoy the views at the JBR Beach and The Walk, which is going to be, undoubtedly, a “walk” to remember. You’ll be famished by the time you get through the 1.7 km strip of cultural retailers and top-notch brands. Eat-in one of the exotic restaurants and you’ll be through for your first day.
Day-2 Sight Seeing at its Best:
Although there are countless wonders to view in Dubai, you should start with some of the most famous ones. That would include the underwater aquarium in Dubai along with the tallest standing structure in the world. Firstly, head over to the aquarium and you’ll be witnessing miraculous natural wonders in close proximity.
You can enjoy the following:
· Penguin Encounter
· King Croc Encounter
· Otter Encounter
· Ray Encounter
· Shark Trainer Encounter
· Diving Experiences that include going underwater with the sharks circling around you.
(You’ll be in a cage underwater to protect you from the sharks)
Once you’ve seen everything in the aquarium, head over to the Burj Khalifa and you can enjoy the views of a lifetime. Over 828m (2,716.5 ft), you can find the world’s highest restaurant on your way up, i.e. The At.Mosphere. Witness the serene environment along with breathtaking uninterrupted views of the whole emirate on the horizon.
Day-3 Parks and Safaris:
This is the day for the youth and the adventurers. The emirate of Dubai is filled with the best amusement centres in the Middle East. You can head over to Legoland Dubai and live in the entertaining world of the Legos. Bollywood Parks Dubai is one of the most famous parks that offers Indian culture and Bollywood cinema in all its grandeur and excitement. Similarly, MOTIONGATE Dubai is a Hollywood-themed amusement park that offers exhilarating rides and top-notch stunt shows. Make sure to visit Ski Dubai, which is the first and only ice rink in the Middle East.
Once you’re done there, enjoy an evening Safari in the most traditional Bedouin atmosphere. Ride the camels and hit the dunes in the Rovers and Cruisers. Smoke the Sheesha and spend a night amongst the Royalty of the local deserts.
The Dubai Mall is the biggest mall in the world and if you’re in the emirate, the trip would be incomplete if you don’t visit. But that’s not the only place you can look to shop. Head over to the Mall of the Emirates if you wish to have the world’s top brands within your reach. If you’re looking for souvenirs and cultural shopping markets, you should head over to the Bur Dubai Souk Market. You’ll find the best itinerary to buy for you and your loved ones.
Day-5 The Food and Departure:
This might be your last day in the Emirate so make the most of it. If you have any items on your bucket list, now’s the time. When you think of breakfast, try one of the Indian restaurants that have a reputation for their taste. Try different cuisines for the later parts of the day. In between meals, plan your trips for sightseeing.
If you have no ideas, you can take a look at the following places to see what appeals to your taste:
- · Dubai Gold Souk
- · Wild Wadi Waterpark
- · Dubai Creek
- · Dubai Fountain
- · Dubai Frame
- · Burj Al Arab
- · Madinat Jumeirah
- · The World Islands
- · Jumeirah Mosque
- · Dubai Dolphinarium
- · The Lost Chambers Aquarium
- · Dubai Miracle Garden
- · Dhow Cruise
- · Grand Bur Dubai Masjid
- · IMG Worlds of Adventure
- · Dubai Opera
- · Aquaventure Waterpark, etc.
All in all, Dubai has a lot to offer for tourists. A 5 day trip is surely enough to have all the amazing experiences it has. We are sure you will be planning another trip to this city of gold.