Dubai Dolphinarium is the first fully air-conditioned indoor dolphinarium in the Middle East, providing habitat to dolphins and seals, allowing the public to watch and interact with them through live shows and photo sessions. It is located opposite the Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights tower.
For a family-friendly day that’s just as fun as it is educational, head to Children’s City. This themed activity centre in Creek Park offers kids their own learning zone and amusement facilities, designed to complement what they’ve been learning at school. Expect plenty of interactive and hands-on activities across a range of different areas. With so much to explore, Children’s City makes sure to keep things interesting.
Select from a fantastic range of retail brands and department stores to a variety of cuisines for all food enthusiasts.
Dubai Mall is the largest mall in the Middle East, boasting over 1,200 retail outlets.
Dubai’s first mega mall boasting more than 350 stores across its large 3-level shopping mall.
Dubai's style set put their best foot forward at Dubai Design District – also known as d3. This urban development is dedicated to the fashion industry, as well as other types of professional design, house design studios, and a shopping promenade. With more than half of all major international retailers having outlets in Dubai, and a third of all luxury spending in the Middle East occurring in the region, d3 attracts global fashion houses to set up headquarters alongside new businesses. The result? Local inspiration interacts with international influencers to reach new levels of design.
Enjoy live performances and discover an abundance of arts and culture at Dubai Opera. The world-class performing arts destination hosts the best opera shows in Dubai – but it’s much more than just an opera house. The live entertainment and music venue has the ability to transform from a traditional theatre into a concert hall and even to a flat floor without any seating. The space caters to a wide variety of performances and entertainment styles.
Explore humankind’s relationship with nature, our obsession with excessive consumerism, and how we can change our everyday choices to reduce our carbon footprint and environmental impact at Dubai’s EXPO site. The pavilion showcases innovative global projects providing real life solutions to help preserve our planet for future generations.
Housed within the beautifully resorted AL FAHIDI FORT, which was erected around 1787 to defend the city against invasion, the museum’s diverse collection of exhibits offers fascinating insight into the city’s rich history and cultural heritage.
The Burj Khalifa is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. With a total height of 829.8 m (2,722 ft, just over half a mile) and a roof height (excluding antenna, but including a 244 m spire) of 828 m (2,717 ft), the Burj Khalifa has been the tallest structure and building in the world since its topping out in 2009.
The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark in Zabeel Park, Dubai. At 150m tall and 93m wide with a bridge connecting the two towers, Dubai Frame has a unique concept to its structure. Resembling a picture frame, Dubai's historic district can be seen to the north while the south provides breathtaking vistas of the city's modern skyline.
Set on the 30-acre BURJ DUBAI LAKE, the Dubai fountain shoots water jets as high as 150 meters, equivalent to a 50-story building. the fountain is 275 meters long; it has five circles of varying sizes and two central arcs. It was designed by California-based wet, the creators of the fountains of Bellagio in Las Vegas.
Kite Beach features open stretches of soft white sand, vibrant sights and sounds, fitness areas, a beach library, and kids activities, so all you have to do is sit back and relax.
Bring the whole family to La Mer's beach and enjoy a mini break without boarding a flight. Rent a cabana with views of the Arabian Gulf, sun yourself on our comfortable daybeds while your little ones build a sand castle, take a cooling dip in the sea, or try your hand at paddleboarding, surfing or a range of other water sports.
Voted one of the world’s Top 100 Must-Play Golf Courses, it is a resort located at Park Hyatt Dubai that incorporates an 18 hole championship golf course, a 9 hole Par 3 course, golf academy, six restaurants and bars, fitness centre, tropical swimming pool and a 121-berth marina.
Voted one of the Top 100 golf courses outside of the US by Golf Digest (May 2009). Emirates Golf Club, boasts two of the city’s finest must-see courses; The Majlis and The Faldo, as well as a 9 hole Par 3 course, golf in Dubai academy, a variety of restaurants and bars, fitness centre and tropical swimming pool.