Al Marmoom Camel Race Track
Al Marmoom is a popular heritage place that attracts camel racing fans from all over the world. A day at the camel races is a cultural experience that dates back to the 7th century and is perfectly reflective of Middle Eastern culture.
Dubai miracle garden
You must stop at the butterfly garden while visiting this miraculous garden to be surrounded by so many gorgeous and colorful butterflies of all kinds and sizes. Due to the gorgeous passages, you can find here, from florals to umbrellas, gazebos, and Disney motifs, expect to shoot some of the most picturesque shots.
It is the world's largest observation wheel that is 75m taller compared to London's eye. You will get a sweeping view of Bluewaters Island from 250m up in the air.
Dubai Spice Souk
It's a hive of activity, with enticing sights and smells. The same materials are sold by several of the vendors: Persian dried limes, saffron, barberries, rose hips, and typical Middle Eastern spice mixtures. Saffron is more affordable here than elsewhere in Dubai, despite its high price.
XLine Dubai Marina
XLine Dubai, one of the world's longest, steepest, and fastest urban zip lines, takes you belly-up across roads, buildings, and swimming pools in Dubai. From a height of 560 feet and at speeds of up to 50 mph.
Abra ride through Dubai Creek
Riding an abra, or traditional wooden boat is one of the most understated ways to get a sense of Dubai. The boats can carry about 20 passengers and may be found on either side of Dubai Creek, in Deira or Bur Dubai. Many people use the boats to travel across the creek swiftly and avoid traffic, but there are also many tourists, particularly around dusk.