Where to go for free in Dubai, UAE

Where to go for free in Dubai, UAE - Makebiz

Dubai is known for its wide variety of attractions, entertainment and recreational facilities. Best of all, not all of them are free. We’ve picked out a few free places for all tastes that will diversify your walking itinerary.

The Burj Khalifa Tower looks especially impressive in the evening and at night during light shows. Building becomes a canvas for various colored paintings, creating a full-fledged laser show that amazes with its scale. The promenade by the singing fountains offers a spectacular view of such performances.

Beaches Al Mamzar, Jumeirah, Mercato and Al Sufouh combine beautiful views, convenient location and free entry. Most of them are equipped with cabanas and sun loungers, have jogging or cycling paths, and the area is conducive to active and relaxing types of recreation.

The reserve in Ras Al Khor is famous for its many beautiful pink flamingos and various migratory birds, which can be admired free of charge from the equipped observation platforms.

The Coffee Museum in Al Fahidi tells about the history of this popular drink, its ancient recipe and peculiarities of preparation. Coffee lovers will definitely be delighted with the tour and ancient exhibits related to their favorite drink.

The spice market near the waterfront and the Dubai Creek Pier is one of the colorful places where the culture of the country is best experienced. The large selection of goods and the opportunity to bargain attract tourists here not only for a stroll, but also for souvenir shopping.

Jumeirah Mosque is the main religious attraction and is particularly popular with tourists. The tour can be visited by everyone of all faiths, subject to certain rules. Luxurious details of decor and elegant architectural solutions leave no one indifferent.

The Camel Museum, located in the Al Shindagha neighborhood, presents a full-fledged exposition telling about the history of these animals in the UAE and how they were useful in the local economy. It is also interesting to watch the free camel races held in the Al Mamroom neighborhood. True, getting there is quite difficult, it is better to use personal transportation.

Alserkal Avenue art space is a place that will definitely appeal to art lovers. The walkable neighborhood has a lot of interesting details, and some museums periodically hold free exhibitions and expositions of contemporary creativity. The Majlis Gallery showcases art from local creators in a variety of mediums, including paintings, sculptures, furniture pieces, and even jewelry.

Candylicious in Dubai Mall is the largest candy store in the world, selling more than five thousand items of sweets. You will be amazed by the huge chocolate tree, record-breaking large Pic & Mix wall, and free candy making shows with tasting. A paradise for the sweet tooth!

Dubai Parks & Resorts is a park divided into four zones connected by a long river. Beautiful nature, free festivals and concerts, which are often held in the central part, attract many tourists and locals.

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