THE MOST EXCITING 24 HOURS YOU’D EVER SPEND IN DUBAI

If you are being told to spend 24 hours in this entertainment city and you can have the chance to explore the best Dubai has to offer. Do you think it’s possible? The good news is, YES. It’s possible. Dubai is an unbeatable adventure which not many get to experience. It’s a traveler’s poem. It’s not easy to squeeze everything to do in Dubai within 24 hours, but we have tried to do this.

So let’s get started?

Before you land in Dubai, remember:

- Plan ahead and make all the necessary bookings. For e.g. If you want to visit Burj Khalifa, be sure you book your tickets in advance.

  • Map your plan and be clear as to which sights you’d want to visit and squeeze them in.

START YOUR 24 HOURS

HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE

Start your exploration by saying hello to the desert with a Hot Air Balloon Ride. An early morning hot air balloon ride is one of the best way to get a bird’s eye view of the desert, the various oases, the Dubai Heritage Village and the coastline. After the ride, you would be dropped off at the hotel after a delicious continental breakfast.

Once you finish this tour, it’s time to explore the rest of the city.

BUS HOP ON AND HOP OFF TOUR

One of the best ways to see the country if you’re trapped with less time in hands. Sign up and book for a Dubai City Tour in advance so there are no last minute issues. Dubai City Tours are usually well spacious and air-conditioned and the guide is experienced and communicate in multiple languages. You can spend your time witnessing some of the iconic landmarks of Dubai like Dubai Mall, Burj Khalifa, The Jumeirah Mosque and many more. If this is your very first time in Dubai, then this tour will definitely be very informative. It’s a 4-hour city tour which will end with lunch.

BURJ KHALIFA

If you don’t want to opt for a city tour, then you can hire a taxi or a private rental car and explore some of the selective landmarks of the city. Burj Khalifa — The tallest building of the world and the only one dominating the Dubai skyline. Take the 124th Floor tour of the tallest building where the Observation Deck awaits you. The entire highlight of your trip lies right here.

DUBAI FOUNTAIN

Spare out some time and enjoy the fabulous Dancing Fountain that is constructed on the Dubai Mall lake. Stand in awe and admire the beautifully choreographed water show that begins with music be it Arabic or pop songs and lights. The water dances to all types of tunes. (Timings 1:00pm — 1:30 pm)

DUBAI MALL

Next to the Burj Khalifa is Middle East’s largest mall, Dubai Mall. A place where you can shop all you need. You can also experience the underwater Zoo as well as the Dubai Aquarium which is said to be one of the best in the world.

TAKE A LUNCH BREAK

Spend about 2–4 hours at Burj Khalifa, Dubai Fountain and Dubai Mall and then take a lunch break. Enjoy and savor your lunch at any of the restaurants of Dubai Mall. If you’ve booked yourself a Desert Safari, then go ahead with that.

If not, check few of our attractions below:

DUBAI WATER CANAL

A marvel that connects Dubai Creek with the Arabian Gulf. The Dubai Water Canal passes through Sheikh Zayed Road and Jumeirah. You can simply walk, run or cycle across the pavements or relax outdoors.

PALM ISLANDS

The man-made palm islands are a visual treat and a miraculous constructions and can be easily spotted from the outer space. Explore the palm islands via the Dhow Cruise to have a better view of them.

HELICOPTER RIDE

We would suggest you to invest some money and take an aerial tour of Dubai. Finish off your city tour and other sights plan by evening, and get a chance to obtain the best view of the city’s famous landmarks. One sight you won’t be able to forget is the view of the desert that glows red during the sunset.

CONCLUSION

Don’t forget to take a walk along the Jumeirah Beach Residence or enjoy Dubai’s vibrant nightlife.

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