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Dubai | Glitz and glamour are just the norm here

Dubai is truly a place of glitz and glamour🤳. To experience Dubai, you need at least 3 days. I recommend an itinerary that helps you avoid the crowds and hit the most beautiful spots, so mark it down! day1️⃣: Grand Mosque of Dubai - Old Dubai - al seef - Take a boat to the Gold Market for shopping and eating (this route is walkable). In the evening, you can go to the Burj Khalifa during the golden hour (it's best to book the 19:00 slot to save money), then have dinner and watch the fountain show! day2️⃣: Dubai Frame - Museum of the Future - Black Palace Beach for sunset (best view of the Burj Al Arab, tickets required if entering the hotel) / Jumeirah Public Beach (you can see the Burj Al Arab and the Arabian Tower together, choose one) - At night, stroll around Marina Beach and see the Dubai Eye with its light show. day3️⃣: Palm Jumeirah Viewpoint + Dune Bashing at Sunset ‼️A few tips: 1. It's enough to exchange 20 US dollars at the airport, the exchange rate is not good, and you'll mostly use cards, not much cash needed. 2. In Dubai, always ask the taxi driver to use the meter, otherwise they might ask for 40 dirhams. Offline taxis are cheaper than online! 3. When leaving Dubai, remember to refund the money on your public transport card! Or you can spend it in subway shops. 4. The best way to get to the airport from Dubai is by metro; to go from Dubai to Abu Dhabi's Six Country Mall, take the e100 for 25 dirhams or catch a free bus at 9 am from the Sheraton Emirates Mall Hotel. During peak season, please arrive before 8:30 am, or you might not get on the bus. 4. During peak season, hotel prices can double: 2-3 hundred for hostel standards, 4-5 hundred for mid-range, 6-8 hundred for three-star, and you might find 4-5🌟 standards online for 900. 5. For accommodation, try to stay near the red or green metro lines. For city tours, I recommend staying near Sharaf DG/Burjuman Metro; for visits to Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab, and Abu Dhabi, staying near the Emirates Mall station is recommended. 6. The cheapest dining options are M or street stalls, with an average restaurant costing 1-2 hundred per person.
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Posted: Apr 27, 2024
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