Eid is just around the corner, which means lots and lots of shopping. But besides the shopping, and checking out the regular tourist spots, here’s taking a look at some of the places in Dubai that you can visit to spend some quality time with your family and loved ones:
One of the largest indoor amusement parks for adults and children alike, there are a great deal of activities to do in this park. Not a single dull moment here!
Masjid Al Raheem
The Al Raheem mosque is the sole mosque in Dubai Marina. It’s Islamic architectural style is so beautiful you can’t help but stop and admire for a while.
La Perle is one of the most spectacular live shows. Created by the world famous and critically acclaimed Franco Dragone, this one’s worth a watch and a second!
Ain Dubai is the largest observational ferris wheel in the world. Take a walk along Blue Waters and soak in the beauty of the beach.
Parks And Resorts
Dubai has a fair amount of collection of Parks and Resorts which provide modest offers and discounts for the holy month of Ramadan.
The Love Lake
The Love Lake in Dubai is shaped as two intertwining hearts! Situated in Al Qudra Oasis, this lake is the best if you want to spend a serene and tranquil evening with your loved ones.
Al seef is a costal base along a historic creek shoreline of Dubai. With Beautiful beaches, amazing food joints and the retail market, it has becomes a huge tourist attraction!
This park, named after the Holy book of Islamal, Quran, is a short drive from the Dubai Airport. It provides cognizance to the visitors on the teachings and values of Islam.
The Terra Pavilion
Designed by the UK based Grimshaw architects, Terra is a sustainability Pavilion. It was created for the world expo help in Dubai in 2020. Often described as Dubai’s own “gateway” for sustainable future, this place is one of the splendours of Dubai.
These are some of the places you must visit in Dubai during Eid! Tell us what your favourite places are.
(Contributed by Prachi Mogal)