17 Dubai attractions first timers shouldn't miss (2023)

Must see places in Dubai that every visitor should experience at least once

With DXB airport in Dubai once again taking over the title as the world’s busiest airport, it’s no surprise that more visitors are now jumping off the plane and seeing what’s on offer in the UAE’s largest city.

An astounding and spectacular display of modern urbanization arranged on a backdrop of desert and the calm waters of the Persian Gulf – Dubai strikes the perfect balance between adventure and aesthetics – and is incredibly family-friendly.

If you’ve only got a short time to spend in Dubai though, it can be hard to narrow down what to do.

We have previously shared with you – but to help out our first-time visitors to Dubai we’ve narrowed this list down to the top 17 attractions that tourists love in Dubai.

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1. Scale the Burj Khalifa

The world’s tallest building is at the top of most Dubai tourists’ must-see list. OK, we’re not suggesting you scale it Tom Cruise Mission Impossible-style, but you can visit some of the World’s tallest observation decks.

Standing 163 floors – almost 830 meters tall – Burj Khalifa is perfect for a family trip including the beautifully landscaped gardens and lake beneath, home to the free nightly Dubai fountain show and the 124th/125th and 148th-floor observation decks.

From above, the birds-eye view of Dubai and most importantly the panoramic skyline is unmatched. The world’s largest choreographed fountain show – Dubai Fountain – lies beneath for those who prefer their action on the ground or perhaps do not have time to join the queues.

You can catch a detailed guide on how exactly to visit the world’s tallest building and all the different observation decks and attractions at Burj Khalifa here.

Note: tickets for Burj Khalifa “At the Top” should be bought in advance. Only a limited number of tickets are available on the day and cost up to 4x pre-purchased time slot tickets. Popular slots at sunrise and sunset can often be sold out weeks in advance.

You can pre-purchase your Burj Khalifa tickets here.

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2. Admire the Burj Al-Arab

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The world’s tallest, one and only “seven-star” hotel is a sail-shaped building standing 321 meters high on its own artificial island off the coast at Jumeirah.

The luxury here is surreal, the view of the exterior of the hotel at night with the choreographed light show is simply astounding. The interior awaits with more like underwater restaurant Al Mahara and luxury living suites costing up to $15,000 for a single night!

Attending for afternoon tea at the Burj al Arab might be in more people’s budgets, or why not try one of the new “behind the scenes” tours Inside Burj Al Arab.

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Even if you can’t get inside, taking in the views from outside is still one of the must-do attractions in Dubai.

3. Discover Dubai Mall

1,200 shops, a VR gaming zone, Kidzania, ice-skating rink, a cinema complex, hotels and food outlets together form the city’s premier shopping and entertainmentcentre in the area known as Downtown Dubai.

Cheap prices with never-ending special events like Dubai Shopping Festival (January and February) and Dubai Summer Surprises (July and August) really make this Mall about far more than just shopping.

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One of Dubai Mall’s major family attractions is theDubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo hosting around 140 species of sea life. Walking along the tunnels with the sea creatures roaming by your side is special. You can also take on the glass bottom boat tours, snorkelling for family fun, or the bravest might like to try shark diving.

It’s also one of the best free things to do in Dubai, as much as the giant aquarium tank can be viewed from inside the mall.

New instalments to enjoy in Dubai Mall include Infinity des Lumieres digital art gallery, and in the Zabeel extension, adrenaline junkies may enjoy Ekart Zabeel.

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4. Dune Bash on a Dubai Desert Safari

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One of the major highlights of any Dubai tour is exploring the Dubai deserts. And going for a Dubai desert safari is the best way to experience a taster of the Dubai desert.

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A typical desert safari includes dune bashing, camel riding, sand boarding and many end in traditional Bedouin-style camps for dinner, henna and musical entertainment, a not to be missed experience. Here’s how to find the best priced Dubai desert tour.

5. Get Educated at Jumeirah Mosque

Jumeirah Mosque, a replica of the Egyptian Al-Azhar Mosque but eight times larger in actual size, is considered among the most beautiful mosques in Dubai, a great show-off of the traditional Islamic architecture.

Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Centre for Cultural Understanding organizes guided tours of this beautiful stone structure that follows the medieval Fatimid tradition of architecture.

6. Discover Dubai’s Past at Dubai Museum

Housed in the 230 years old Al Fahidi Fort, Dubai Museum serves as a showcase of the history and culture of the city and beyond. There is a great exhibit, at the entrance, displaying old maps of the region lining up as dots to the gigantic boom in modern development and expansion.

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Traditional boats and palm-leaf houses with wind-tower decorate the courtyard. Traditional weaponry, musical instruments, presentation of the local way of life along with artefacts from the several thousand years old Al Qusais archaeological site forms the core of the museum interior.

Please note the Dubai Museum has been closed for extensive renovations since 2020. It is not currently open in 2022 – please seek out more history and culture at Al Shindagha Museum and Historical District as a great new (but old!) alternative to learn more about Dubai at a first-timer

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7. Wander the laneways of Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood

This is the old city of Dubai and was built by wealthy pearl traders in the 19th century. Old luxurious buildings made of coral and limestones were fitted with wind towers – air-conditioning of the olden days.

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Formerly known as Bastakia, the Al Faihidi Historical Neighbourhood is located on the eastern side of Bur Dubai and lies on the banks of Dubai Creek. Alongside the old architecture, Majlis Gallery shows traditional Arab ceramics and furniture, while the XVA Gallery displays a more contemporary art collection.

Don’t miss several of Dubai’s fascinating smaller museums in the area too including the coin museum and our favourite, the Dubai coffee museum.

We consider this area a must-see attraction for first-time visitors to Dubai to truly take in how much the city has changed over the past century.

8. Seek out Sheikh Sayeed Al-Maktoum House

This is another great museum housed in an old royal home. Sheikh Sayeed Al-Maktoum ruled Dubai from 1921 to 1958 and lived in this house originally built in 1896 by his father. The house was rebuilt and was turned into a museum; however, the original architecture has been preserved.

Dubai Museum of Historical Photographs and Documents now occupies the building.

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You won’t always see this on every Dubai attractions list, but again, we think Dubai first-time visitors will walk away with a greater understanding of the city if they take in these attractions.

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9. Sail across Dubai Creek

An absolute must Dubai Attraction! Dubai Creek showcases a little of life from the traditional economies of fishing and pearl diving. Dhows at the Dhow Wharfage would come and go to different parts of the Middle East, India and even Africa.

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Dubai Creek flows between Deira in the north and Bur Dubai in the south. There are dhows and traditional wooden boats ready to be hired for cruising along the Creek.

10. Fill your senses in the Souks of Deira

Lying on the north shore of Dubai Creek, Deira presents a colourful mixture of old Dubai, intermingled with the modern world of banks, hotels and office blocks.

Tourists are attracted here in high numbers for the traditional souks including the world’s largest gold souk, spice souk and fish market.

The Gold Souk has recently been expanded, so if getting some great value jewellery is on your Dubai souvenirs list, you’ve come to the right place!

11. See the scenes of Sheikh Zayed Road

Hard to miss really for anywhere you want to go in Dubai!

Running down the heart of themodern corporate area of Dubai city centre, it is surrounded by steel, glass and chrome towers on both sides – the world’s most dense aggregate of modern high-rises. This site offers the best on-the-ground or street view of the great Dubai sky-scrappers.

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Many of Dubai’s hotels and fancy shopping malls line this famous road, including the Gold and Diamond Park packed with 30 retailers and 118 manufacturers in one place for jewellery lovers.

12. Bathe at The Beach & stroll The Walk JBR

Whilst Jumeriah Beach Park is one of the most popular beaches in Dubai with its stunning white sand and views of Burj Al Arab, our favourite for families is The Beach in the JBR area of Dubai.

Here there is a public beach, as well as sun loungers to rent and always plenty of action. Nearby The Walk has plentiful dining options and a small splash park is great for your little ones. Shower and toilet amenities are on hand and access to beach and water sports aplenty.

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You will also catch views from here of the newly-opened Ain Dubai – the largest observation wheel in the world (though note it closed again not long after opening! We’re awaiting reopening new later in 2022).

13. Make the most of Indoor attractions at Mall of the Emirates

Mall of the Emirates is not only famous for being one of the best shopping facilities in Dubai but also for housing the epic Ski Dubai inside.

The indoor winter garden is cold and full of snow throughout the year, in spite of the hot weather outside. Not just skiing, there is also a penguin colony inside.

Mall of the Emirates also has a movie theatre and entertainment centre aimed at all ages and endless shopping opportunities, it’s one of our favourite indoor summer escape venues.

14. Adrenaline junkies head to IMG Worlds of Adventure

This famous theme park is among the best indoor family attractions in Dubai. The main park is sectioned into three zones, occupied by Marvel, Cartoon Network and the Lost World – dinosaur-themed rides. The central IMG Boulevard is home to the incredibly popular thrill ride the Haunted Hotel.

IMG Worlds of Adventure isn’t the best park for toddlers (due to height restrictions) but those with teens and tweens will find there is plenty going on here and the best part, it’s entirely indoors so suitable year-round.

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16. A day out at Dubai Parks and Resorts

Motiongate Dubai, Legoland Dubai, Legoland Waterpark, and Bollywood Dubai are four different theme parks in this purpose-built adventure playground on the outskirts of Dubai – the largest of its kind in the Middle East.

Plenty of theme rides, Hollywood and Bollywood movie blockbuster themes, and water rides alongside lots of dining and evening entertainment options in Riverland Dubai that connects the theme parks.

Try just one or try and fit them all in a day with a multi-park pass!

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16. Aquaventure

Aquaventure Waterpark is an internationally famous waterpark based at Atlantis The Palm. The world’s longest water slide Aquaconda, Leap of Faith – a nine-story-tall water slide and coaster ride that offers water thrills for family fun. Underwater safari, a water-sports area for children “Splasher Island”, and a 700 meters long white sand beach complement the adventure.

17. Luxury Yachting Experience

With Dubai’s extensive waterways, it is one of the best places in the world to enjoy luxury yachting. You can pick a yacht rental in Dubai and enjoy your time on the crystal clear waters of the Persian Gulf.

Visit beautiful water attractions such as The World or the Palm Jumeirah, go fishing and eat fresh fish cooked by onboard chefs. Relax on the yacht deck and unwind after your whirlwind tour of Dubai.


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What should you not miss when visiting Dubai? ›

II. Top things to do and experience in Dubai
  • Admire Dubai's Skyline from the world's tallest building. ...
  • Immerse yourself in the exquisiteness of the Dubai Fountain Show. ...
  • Go Mall-hopping – Experience shopping, dining, and entertainment all under one roof. ...
  • Stroll the Bastakiya Quarter and visit Dubai Museum.
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What is one crazy thing you can do while visiting Dubai? ›

Crazy Things to do In Dubai – Insane Activities to Try
  • Swimming Across the Sharks:
  • Skydiving Over Palm Jumeirah:
  • Go Sand Dune Bashing:
  • Stay In The World's First Seven Star Hotel:
  • Go Skiing In Dubai Mall:
  • Try Camel Milk:
  • Cross Dubai Creek on Abra:
  • Ride The Worlds Fastest Roller Coaster:
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Can ladies wear shorts in Dubai? ›

Yes, women can wear shorts in Dubai as long as they are not too short. You can wear them at beaches or malls but you should avoid them at local markets and souks. Can men wear shorts in Dubai water parks? It is mandatory in the water parks to wear any kind of swimwear.

Can I wear ripped jeans in Dubai? ›

Women can wear a maxi dress with sleeves, or a top or shirt with a long skirt, pants or jeans that aren't ripped. Men can wear a shirt or collared t-shirt with jeans or trousers (no shorts or ripped jeans).

What should I be careful of when visiting Dubai? ›

Local laws and customs
  • Importing goods. Importing pork products and pornography into the UAE is illegal. ...
  • Drugs. There is zero tolerance for drugs-related offences. ...
  • Alcohol. ...
  • Dress code. ...
  • Hotels. ...
  • Offensive behaviour. ...
  • Sexual relationships outside marriage. ...
  • Same-sex relationships.

Can a boyfriend and girlfriend share a hotel room in Dubai? ›

Can unmarried couples stay in the same hotel room? According to the law, it's illegal for unmarried couples to stay in the same room during a holiday in Dubai. In reality, this is not strictly enforced and it's unlikely you'll be challenged on it. Many unmarried couples visit Dubai every year without issue.

What tourists need to know before going to Dubai? ›

Important things to know before you visit Dubai
  • Check your prescriptions. ...
  • Avoid PDA. ...
  • Unmarried couples cohabiting is illegal in Dubai. ...
  • Dress conservatively in public spaces. ...
  • Avoid swearing in public . ...
  • No being drunk in public spaces. ...
  • Don't take photos of people without permission. ...
  • Abide by the rules of Ramadan.

What are the rules for female tourists in Dubai? ›

Female travelers do not have to cover up completely when in Dubai – shorts, tops, and bikinis are fine (well, the latter only at the beach though). What is this? While some places have a dress code (no bare shoulders at most malls, and no hot pants).

What are four most popular tourist location in Dubai? ›

Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, Global Village, Dubai Mall, Ski Dubai, Desert Safari, Dubai Garden Glow, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Miracle Garden, Dubai Frame.

What is considered disrespectful in Dubai? ›

Do not swear in public or use offensive gestures. Giving someone the finger or even just sticking out your tongue might be considered rude at home but can get you jailed in Dubai. This is particularly worth remembering when driving, since even a frustrated flap of the hands could potentially land you in trouble.

What are the strict rules in Dubai? ›

Therefore given below are some important rules for people visiting Dubai for the first time.
  • Important Rules:
  • Wear appropriate clothes: ...
  • Restrictions in the month of Ramadan: ...
  • Prohibition of loud music: ...
  • Reserve your tickets for Burj Khalifa: ...
  • Never Swear: ...
  • Avoid summers of Dubai: ...
  • No casino in Dubai:

What happens if you dress inappropriately in Dubai? ›

No separate law for men and women

The authorities may punish an individual by custody and or impose fine on him or her for wearing indecent, vulgar or inappropriate dress in public. Beach wear and swim suits are only allowed in designated areas of beach or swimming pools."

Are leggings okay to wear in Dubai? ›

Yes, you can wear leggings in Dubai, but ideally not as your only pants. Leggings can be used to cover your legs, especially under short dresses or shorts. If you only wear leggings, it's probably best to wear a very long blouse on top.

Can you wear a thong in Dubai? ›

Babe u can wear a bikini on any beach in dubai. To avoid being harassed and ogled at,avoid it on the mamzar beach or any other emirate for that matter. Hotel pools and beaches, and public beaches are fine in a 'standard' bikini, but not a thong or string please.

Can you show cleavage in Dubai? ›

Showing cleavage is somewhat frowned upon, and it's also best to avoid wearing any tops that show your underwear underneath. Instead, go for t-shirts and tops that cover your upper arms – strappy tops and those that show off your midriff are considered offensive.

Do females have to cover up in Dubai? ›

Dress code in public places in Dubai

Women do not have to cover their head, face and hair with a scarf or something similar in public, although Muslim women, particularly Gulf Arabs, do cover their hair, face and head with a scarf for cultural and religious reasons.

Is it OK to wear crop tops in Dubai? ›

The chance that conservative Muslim women and men will be in a club is low, so limitation on dressing is lower as well. Crop-tops, skirts, form-fitting dresses are all acceptable in Dubai nightclubs.

Are Americans welcome in Dubai? ›

The short answer is yes. Dubai is safe for westerners, including Americans.

How do you say hello in Dubai? ›

Hello / Goodbye

While in Dubai, the most common greetings visitors will come across are marhaba (hello) and maasalaamah (goodbye or with peace).

What type of clothes should I wear in Dubai? ›

The general rule regarding dressing in public in Dubai is to wear clothing that covers your shoulders and your knees. It's best to refrain from wearing clothing that is too tight or too revealing for both men and women. It's a good idea to carry a light sweater or shawl when going out in public places.

How many days in Dubai is enough? ›

If interested in planning a Dubai itinerary, then a stay of about 5 days is the best amount of time to squeeze all of the tourism juices out of this illustrious middle eastern gem. From luxury to style to architecture—it boasts of the tallest building in the whole world: the Burj Khalifa.

Can you go to Dubai pregnant and not married? ›

That being said, pregnant women who are still single while living in UAE must plan on heading home or fly to another country. As a marriage license is required in having access to any type of maternity care in the country, even getting married in Dubai following conception won't be enough in resolving the situation.

Can you hug a man in Dubai? ›

Yamalov answers by saying that public display of affection (PDA) is, in fact, not illegal in the UAE. However, public display of affection that may be deemed either disgraceful or against public moral is against Article 58 of the UAE Penal Code.

Do you wear shorts in Dubai? ›

Around new areas such as Dubai Marina or Downtown it is not such an issue and men and women can wear shorts and sleeveless or strappy tops. If you are in some of the older areas like Deira or Bur Dubai then a little more respect should be shown and wearing a t-shirt and slightly longer pants is recommended.

How much money should you bring to Dubai? ›

Dubai trip cost
Estimated cost
Food and drink$360
Random spending$200
TotalUS $3,325
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How much spending money do you need in Dubai? ›

I'd say that the average cost of a trip to Dubai, for a week, per person, in 2023, ranges between £650 – 970 (US$790 – 1,180) for budget travellers. For a mid-range budget, expect to spend around £1,300 – 1,950 (US$1,577 – 2,365), and for a luxury holiday anything from £3,800 (US$4,610) upwards.

Can I wear shorts in Dubai airport? ›

Can I wear shorts in Dubai Airport? There is no rule in Dubai generally that says you can't wear shorts only that your knees must be covered when in public. This applies to both men and women.

Can you wear sandals in Dubai? ›

Can you wear flip flops in Dubai? There are no restrictions on shoes. Only in mosques, shoes must be off, so if you're heading there, it would be a good idea to wear socks as well.

Can you wear sleeveless in Dubai? ›

(Source) It is perfectly fine for women to wear short-sleeved, sleeveless or off the shoulder tops and dresses in Dubai. However, it is ideal to wear clothes that will help blend in, so you should avoid wearing revealing clothes in specific places which might be frowned upon or considered inappropriate.

Which season is best for Dubai? ›

- Shoulder Season (May, September, and October)

With temperatures ranging from 23 to 36 degrees Celsius, May is considerably hotter than November but it is merely the start of the summer in Dubai. Thus the temperature spike is bearable and is rather ideal for swimming.

Is it allowed to chew gum in Dubai? ›

Even chewing gum in public places is prohibited. Regardless of the religion, one should not do much or slurp in public while the Muslims in the city are fasting from dawn to dusk.

Do you give tips in Dubai? ›

In Dubai, you don't have to tip, as a service charge is built into the prices (especially with restaurants). It won't be considered rude if you don't leave the staff any dirhams. With that said, remember that the service charge goes to the business—not directly to the staff that served you.

Are tattoos allowed in Dubai? ›

The United Arab Emirates does not have any explicit laws on tattoos. As a result, those who want to get tattooed in the UAE are free to do so.

Why is gold cheaper in Dubai? ›

Dubai has always been favoured for its exemption from taxes. It is one of the main reason why people chose to move to the city, as well as buy gold. Due to the exclusion of taxes in the emirate prices for gold in Dubai have always been cheaper as buyers would only pay for the value of the gold jewellery.

Is Dubai worth the hype? ›

Dubai is an amazing travel destination full of exciting attractions and unique experiences that you won't find anywhere else in the world. Though neighboring Abu Dhabi is the capital of the UAE, Dubai is the largest city in the country. It has a larger population and a larger airport.

What you Cannot do in Dubai? ›

Swearing. Dubai is very conservative when it comes to bad language. Swearing, profanities, insults and "all kind of vulgar language" are considered obscene acts - as is making rude gestures - and offenders can be fined or jailed.

Can I share a room with my boyfriend in Dubai? ›

Sexual relationships or unmarried couples cohabiting is illegal in Dubai. Cohabiting, including in hotels, is also illegal, however most hotels in Dubai do not enforce an 'only married couples' rule. The luxury hotels which mostly cater to foreigners are especially relaxed.

Do I wear a mask in Dubai? ›

The wearing of masks is only mandatory in medical facilities and centres for people with disabilities. Wearing of masks is optional for all other open and closed facilities and spaces. Further information is available on the Emirates News Agency website. The AlHosn app is the UAE's official app related to COVID-19.

Is anything cheaper in Dubai? ›

Which all things are cheap in Dubai? The Camel Milk Chocolate, Dubai Dates, Bakhoor, Attars, Gold, Coffee, etc are some of the cheapest items in Dubai. There are many places to shop and such a wide variety of things to buy in Dubai is that you need to pick from them.

Is it cheap to do shopping in Dubai? ›

Contrary to widely-held belief, Dubai is actually a haven for bargain hunters. Beyond the glamorous malls and luxury brands, there's an abundance of great places for cheap shopping in Dubai.

What are the 10 rules in Dubai? ›

Therefore given below are some important rules for people visiting Dubai for the first time.
  • Important Rules:
  • Wear appropriate clothes: ...
  • Restrictions in the month of Ramadan: ...
  • Prohibition of loud music: ...
  • Reserve your tickets for Burj Khalifa: ...
  • Never Swear: ...
  • Avoid summers of Dubai: ...
  • No casino in Dubai:

What areas should I avoid Dubai? ›

Avoiding Bad Neighborhoods

Avoid Sonapur, where many international workers live. Deira and Bur Dubai are also rather seedy, so you should avoid these areas. If you're female and traveling alone, you should avoid these areas, given the lax laws against rape and strict rules against prostitution.

What is considered rude in Dubai? ›

Do not swear in public or use offensive gestures. Giving someone the finger or even just sticking out your tongue might be considered rude at home but can get you jailed in Dubai. This is particularly worth remembering when driving, since even a frustrated flap of the hands could potentially land you in trouble.


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