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Airport Terminal 1 in Abu Dhabi is the longest operating facility in Abu Dhabi International Airport.

Abu Dhabi International Airport T1
Abu Dhabi International Airport T1

Airport Terminal 1 in Abu Dhabi can handle over 15 million passengers. It is used by over 100 airlines, and offers 18 gates and 221 check-in counters. Following a major renovation in 2013, Terminal 1 has since upgraded to more luxurious and spacious interiors, while expanding its operations and amenities.

Airport Terminal 2 in Abu Dhabi is a relatively new facility in Abu Dhabi International Airport. It is situated on the opposite side of the airport, roughly 20 minutes away to neighboring terminals.

Abu Dhabi International Airport T2
Abu Dhabi International Airport T2

Constructed in 1998 over an area of 47,000 sq meters, Airport Terminal 2 in Abu Dhabi is used by over 50 airlines, and capacity of 10 million as of its last renovation in 2013.

The airport mainly services the Persian Gulf region, accommodating flights to Saudi Arabia, Iran, India, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, is an international airport in Jebel Ali, 37 kilometres southwest of Dubai, United Arab Emirates that opened on 27 June 2010.

Al Maktoum International Airport
Al Maktoum International Airport

Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, is an international airport in Jebel Ali, 37 kilometres southwest of Dubai, United Arab Emirates that opened on 27 June 2010. It is the main part of Dubai South, a planned residential, commercial and logistics complex.

Blue Water Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) is a sprawling island development just a stone's throw away from the Dubai Marina.

Blue Water JBR
Blue Water JBR

Just a short walk from the Dubai Marina and right at the foot of Ain Dubai, Blue Water Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) provides unparalleled views of Dubai’s skyline and oceanscapes. The island development plays host to dozens of critically acclaimed restaurants and attractions.

Blue Water JBR is the perfect place to lounge, dine, and witness Dubai’s stunning architecture.

The world's tallest building is a recent historical landmark, with travellers around the world visiting to ascend to its fabled 124th floor.

Burj Khalifa
Burj Khalifa

There’s little to be said about the Burj Khalifa that hasn’t already been covered by journalists, travel magazines, documentaries, and history books.

The world’s tallest building is a recent historical landmark, with travellers around the world visiting to ascend to its fabled 124th floor. The journey to the top is a dive into Arabian heritage, as the building captures the fantastic story of the Middle East’s climb into prominence.

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

The historic district of Bur Dubai is home to Creekside Park, a gorgeous destination for residents and travellers looking to enjoy nature at its most scenic.

Creekside Park
Creekside Park

The historic district of Bur Dubai is home to Creekside Park, a gorgeous destination for residents and travellers looking to enjoy nature at its most scenic. Dhow boats nestle along the river, waiting to take passengers for a ride laden with spectacular views of Dubai.

Visitors can enjoy designated spots for barbecues, picnics, restaurants, bike rentals, mini-golf, and even cable cars. It’s an especially exciting destination for children, who are sure to love Children’s City, an educational adventure park.

Creekside Park is just 30 minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina. For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

The Dhayah Fort is a historic site for the UAE, as it was one of the last holdouts of local resistance to the British incursion of 1819.

Dhayah Fort
Dhayah Fort

The Dhayah Fort is a historic site for the UAE, as it was one of the last holdouts of local resistance to the British incursion of 1819. The fort is the highest hilltop fort in the UAE, affording those within a 360 degree view of of the surrounding area.

Its panoramic views and significance in the history of the emirate make it a prime destination for travellers and enthusiasts. If you find yourself visiting the site, note that there’s an upper and lower fort—both open for visitors.

Dubai International Airport is the primary airport serving the UAE and is the fifth busiest airport by passenger traffic. It is located in the Al Garhoud district and occupies a land area of 125,000 sq km.

Dubai International Airport
Dubai International Airport

Serving over 80 million customers annually and servicing more than 240 destinations over 6 continents, Dubai Airport is arguably one of the most connected terminals in the world. It has also been listed consistently as a top airport in the world, which speaks to its status and reputation as a world-class facility.

The Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping and entertainment destination, receiving 100 million visitors annually. It's a sight to behold, and a haven for the world's most dedicated shoppers.

Dubai Mall
Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, receiving 100 million visitors annually. It’s a sight to behold, and a haven for the world’s most dedicated shoppers.

A near-endless array of stores can be found within, and you’re guaranteed to find more than a handful of shops and attractions to pique your interest. Families are also sure to enjoy the mall’s many restaurants, entertainment centers, and cinemas.

The Dubai Marina Mall is a premier destination for shopping and entertainment, located right in the heart of the scenic Marina, just a few minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina.

Dubai Marina Mall
Dubai Marina Mall

The Dubai Marina Mall is a premier destination for shopping and entertainment, located right in the heart of the scenic Marina, just a few minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina. Shoppers can choose from a staggering array of brands—from high-street couture to aspirational boutique fashion.

Dine al fresco by the waterside, catch a show at the mall’s cinema, or find the precise items you’ve been looking for in the mall’s 390,000 square feet of retail space.

The Dubai EXPO is a massive six-month undertaking to showcase the latest in technology and innovation. It will be held in a 4.38 sq km area in South Dubai, near Al Maktoum International Airport.

EXPO
EXPO

The Dubai EXPO is set to run from October 20, 2020 and April 10, 2021. Centered on the theme “Connecting Minds, Creating The Future”, the expo will focus on three main initiatives: sustainability, mobility, and opportunity.

Drawing inspiration from past world expos, visitors should expect to get up and close with the latest and greatest in tech, and get a firsthand peek at some of the most stunning and innovative exhibits in the world.

A trip to the UAE isn't complete without a visit to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi: the world's first and largest theme park of its kind.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

A trip to the UAE isn’t complete without a visit to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi: the world’s first and largest theme park of its kind. Parkgoers can expect to learn the storied history of the world-famous brand, and enjoy thrilling attractions built with the same engineering mastery that goes into its vehicles.

Beneath the park’s iconic red roof, you can find attractions such as the world’s fastest roller coaster (the Formula Rossi), the world’s largest Ferrari gallery outside of Maranello (the Galleria Ferrari), and a 4D experience that takes you on an adventure through the jungle, through snowy caves, and right to the mouth of a volcano (the Speed of Magic).

Opening Hours
• Tuesday to Sunday from 11am – 8pm
• NOTE: The park is closed on Mondays.

Website
www.ferrariworldabudhabi.com

Global Village is a bustling hub of multicultural activity and trade. Over 75 countries are represented among its 32 pavilions, each offering their own traditional products and souvenirs.

Global Village
Global Village

Global Village, as its name implies, is a bustling hub of multicultural activity and trade. Over 75 countries are represented among its 32 pavilions, each offering their own traditional products and souvenirs.

Visitors can look forward to cultural shows, stunt acts, spectacles, street performances, and other performances drawn from around the world—as well as exhilarating rides at Fantasy Island. The venue guarantees no end of family-friendly fun, and exposure to the best that the world to offer.

A trip to Global Village wouldn’t be complete without sampling a piece of exotic cuisine (or two, or three), and guests will find plenty of options to choose from.

The Global Village typically opens during the Winter season.

A trip to the City of Gold is only complete with a visit to Dubai's Gold Souk, a shopping experience marked by the glint of 18, 21, 22, and 24-carat gold at every turn.

Gold Souk
Gold Souk

A trip to the City of Gold is only complete with a visit to Dubai’s Gold Souk, a shopping experience marked by the glint of 18, 21, 22, and 24-carat gold at every turn. Whether you’re there to shop or simply observe one of the finest assemblages of gold under the sun, a visit to the Gold Souk is guaranteed to leave you with lasting memories.

The scale and variety of gold available for purchase at the souk render many visitors speechless: Marvel at the gold earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, and pendants on display behind the shop windows—or make a purchase and bring the some of the luxury home with you.

The Hajar Mountains dominate the view at Ras Al Khaimah, offering a prime location for travellers looking to enjoy a hike or scenic vista.

Hajar Mountains
Hajar Mountains

Few sights can match the subtle beauty of this mountain range in the UAE. Hikers and mountain climbers flock to the range for an unforgettable experience set in the open desert air.

The Hajar Mountains dominate the view at Ras Al Khaimah, offering a prime location for travellers looking to enjoy a hike or scenic vista. The range is a great destination for exploration under the open sky—whether it’s a day trip to the natural wonder, or an evening spent camping beneath a tapestry of stars.

Run by the Emirates Heritage Club, the Heritage Village is a historically accurate reconstruction of a traditional oasis village, designed to provide a glimpse into the emirate’s past.

Heritage Village
Heritage Village

Run by the Emirates Heritage Club, the Heritage Village is a historically accurate reconstruction of a traditional oasis village, designed to provide a glimpse into the emirate’s past.

The site is an open museum, where guests can observe traditional aspects of the desert way of life, such as a campfire with coffee pots, a goats’ hair tent, and a falaj irrigation system.

There are workshops where craftsmen demonstrate the traditional skills of metal work and pottery, while women sit weaving and spinning. These artisans are happy to share their skills, and may occasionally give you the chance to try them out for yourself.

The little spice shop found in Heritage Village is a treat—you can get a range of dried herbs, handmade soap and other artisanal delights.

Jazirat Al-Hamra is a hamlet frozen in time and shrouded in mystery. Once a pearl fishing village with a thriving community, it stands today as a ghost town long abandoned by its inhabitants.

Jazirat Al-Hama
Jazirat Al-Hama

Jazirat Al-Hamra is a hamlet frozen in time and shrouded in mystery. Once a pearl fishing village with a thriving community, it stands today as a ghost town long abandoned by its inhabitants.

Those who choose to explore Jazirat Al-Hama will find many of the dwellings to be perfectly intact—as if the residents at the time left at once, in an inexplicable hurry. The cause for their relocation remains to be the center of rumours and discussion, though it’s largely been attributed to tribal conflict some time in the 60’s.

Most who explore Jazirat Al-Hama do so unassisted, without tour guide or electronic voice-overs.

Jebel Jais is the United Arab Emirates' tallest mountain, and a must-visit for nature enthusiasts, mountaineers, and anyone who appreciates a scenic view.

Jebel Jais
Jebel Jais

Formed over 70 milllion years ago, the Jebel Jais is the United Arab Emirates’ tallest mountain, and a must-visit for nature enthusiasts, mountaineers, and anyone who appreciates a scenic view. A 20-kilometer long road winds its way along the mountain’s flank, providing visiting explorers with access to a range of viewing platforms.

Visitors can also enjoy activities such as hiking, ziplining, camping, and cycling—and enjoy a meal at the Muse Cafe or Puro Express when the day is done.

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

Website
https://jebeljais.ae/

This unique 12-hectare beach-park hybrid in the coastal area of Jumeirah, Dubai is an ideal place to spend a relaxing weekend. The opportunities for fun and relaxation are as endless as the area's facilities.

Jumeirah Beach Park
Jumeirah Beach Park

This unique 12-hectare beach-park hybrid in the coastal area of Jumeirah, Dubai is an ideal place to spend a relaxing weekend. Relax on a sun lounger, take a dip in a pool or the ocean, enjoy a round of volleyball, or simply have a picnic on the sand—the opportunities are as endless as the facilities you can find there.

On Wednesdays, Jumeirah Beach Park is reserved for women and children.

Jumeirah Beach Park is just 30 minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina Hotel. For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team

Khalifa Park is a hub for relaxation, social interaction, and entertainment in Abu Dhabi. Located in Al Matar, this is one of the city's largest parks.

Khalifa Park
Khalifa Park

Khalifa Park is a hub for relaxation, social interaction, and entertainment in Abu Dhabi. Located in Al Matar, this is one of the city’s largest parks. It draws its design from traditional Islamic and Arabic architecture, which blend with the park’s pristine landscaping, fountains, lakes, and waterfalls.

The park offers plenty of activities for children as well, including a time tunnel ride, a miniature railway, and Murjan Splash Park.

Visitors may opt to tour the park on foot, or by rail.

The Louvre Abu Dhabi is an art and civilization museum brought about by unprecedented partnership between the UAE and France. It features a massive 24,000 sq meters and provides of 8,000 sq meters of gallery space.

Louvre
Louvre

Constructed on Saadiyat Island, aptly dubed the island of happiness, the Lourvre Abu Dhabi is an ambitious initiative between the UAE and France to showcase and bolster the Middle East’s burgeoning art scene. The museum was designed by renowned French architect Jean Nouvel and features 8,000 sq meters of gallery space and houses thousands of artworks, from centuries old pieces from ancient civilizations to cutting-edge contemporary art.

The Lourve Abu Dhabi is a must see for all kinds of visitors. The museum is looking to grow its already expansive collection and acquire more noteworthy pieces over the next few years.

The Marina Mall Abu Dhabi is conveniently located at the Breakwater along Corniche Road. Known for its unique tent shape, the mall is home to some of the world's most iconic luxury brands.

Marina Mall Abu Dhabi
Marina Mall Abu Dhabi

The Marina Mall Abu Dhabi is conveniently located at the Breakwater along Corniche Road. Known for its unique tent shape, the mall is home to some of the world’s most iconic luxury brands. Visitors can enjoy a day of shopping, food, and entertainment in the sprawling complex, and cap off the evening with a ride on the Marina Mall Ferris Wheel.

Some anchor brands located within include: Carrefour, Fun City, Zara, Marks & Spencer, Paris Gallery, and VOX Cinemas.

Al Marjan Island a cluster of four coral-shaped man-made islands situated in the Persian Gulf. It is widely recognized as one of the UAE's top vacation destinations and features several beaches and high-end luxury resorts.

Marjan Island
Marjan Island

A popular vacation destination in the Middle East, Al Marjan Island is home to some of the most luxurious resorts and stunning beaches in the region. The island features close to half of all five-star rooms in the Emirates.

While it has yet to reach full operations, Al Marjan Island is rapidly expanding, already attracting thousands of party goers each year.

Dubai's Miracle Garden is simply that: a miraculous work of horticulture and landscaping. Flowers adorn the pathways, buildings, and greenery at the Miracle Garden.

Miracle Garden
Miracle Garden

Dubai’s Miracle Garden is simply that: a miraculous work of horticulture and landscaping, sure to delight visitors of all ages. Flowers adorn the pathways, buildings, and greenery at the Miracle Garden, which itself has earned three distinct Guinness World Records.

Check out their one-of-a-kind, 15-metre floral clock is a massive timepiece that’s built into the grounds, a floral castle surrounded by millions of blossoming flowers, and stunning designs and arrangement that vary as the seasons change.

The Miracle Garden opens its doors yearly, from mid-November to mid-May.

The National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah is situated in the western side of the city, in a fort occupied by the ruling family until the 1960s.

National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah
National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah

Formerly the residence of the ruling Qawasim family, the National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah showcases hundreds of archeological and ethnological artifacts including ancient weaponry and agricultural tools; documents, treaties, and manuscripts shared between the Ras Al Khaimah ruling class and the UK government; and all kinds of remnants from the area’s rich past in architecture, agriculture, farming, fishing, and pearl diving.

The museum hosts a Private Full-Day tour that allows visitors to get up and close with city’s and the region’s vibrant past.

The Ras Al Khaimah Zipline is the longest in the world, with a total length of 2.8-kilometers and max speeds of up to 120-kilometers per hour.

Rak Zipline
Rak Zipline

A popular destination for adrenaline junkies, the Ras Al Khaima Zipline has gained international recognition as the world’s longest zipline. It stretches out an impressive 2.8-kilometers beginning near the summit of Jebel Jais, 1600-meters from the ground, and reaches max speeds of up to 120-kilometers per hour.

Zipliners are in for a thrill as they whip down the mountain while suspended in mid-air—a must see!

Ras Al Khaimah is a prime location for tourists looking to immerse themselves in the history and culture of the UAE.

Ras Al Khaimah
Ras Al Khaimah

RAS AL KHAIMAH
Ras Al Khaimah is a prime location for tourists looking to immerse themselves in the history and culture of the UAE. Nestled between miles of virgin coastline and the Hajjar Mountain Range are various monuments and historical sites.

Ras Al Khaimah National Museum
Housing a wealth of cultural and historical artifacts from the UAE, the Ras Al Khaimah National Museum is located in the former palace of the Al Qawasim royal family. The museum boasts a variety of exhibits on natural history, archaelogical finds, and artworks that have survived for more than a century.

Other Sites of Note
• Shamal and Sheeba’s Palace, the crypts and ruins of a palace from the medieval era.
• Al Falayah, the former summer residence of the Al Qawasim royal family.
• Jazirat Al Hamra, a ghost town featuring decades-old architecture.
• The Old City and Souk, an immersive experience featuring artisanal workshops and traditional shopping.

Airport Terminal 1 in Ras Al Khaimah is situated 20-kilometers south of Ras Al Khaimah City.

Ras Al Khaimah International Airport
Ras Al Khaimah International Airport

Since resuming operations in 2014, Airport Terminal 1 in Ras Al Khaimah has rebranded into a practical and affordable hub for travelers in the region. It has seen strong growth in the last few years and continues to be a top choice for budget airlines in the Middle East.

Saadiyat Island is rapidly transforming into a world-class destination for leisure, living, business, and culture. The end goal is to house the world's largest concentration of premier cultural assets.

Saadiyat Island
Saadiyat Island

SAADIYAT ISLAND
Saadiyat Island is rapidly transforming into a world-class destination for leisure, living, business, and culture. The end goal is to house the world’s largest concentration of premier cultural asset. These are slated to include the the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, the Louvre Abu Dhabi, and the Zayed National Museum—all designed by winners of the Pritzker Architecture Prize.

Manarat Al Saadiyat
Manarat Al Saadiyat (which translates roughly to, “A Place of Enlightenment”) is the island’s visitor center, built to encapsulate the overall vision for the island. It houses two public galleries: a permanent display narrating the history of and vision for the island (the Saadiyat Story), and a gallery for exhibitions and educational events (the Arts Abu Dhabi Gallery).

The UAE Pavillion
Originally situated in Shanghai for the World Expo 2010, the UAE Pavilion was transported piece-by-piece to its new home on Saadiyat Island. The structure was designed by London’s Foster + Partners and houses many of the country’s most important cultural functions.

Saadiyat Beach Golf Club
Finally, visiting golfers are in for a stellar experience at the region’s first ocean course, designed by the legendary Gary Player.

This masterful work of architecture is the country's largest mosque—and one of the largest mosques in the world, capable of housing 41,000 worshippers.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

This is the country’s largest mosque—and one of the largest in the world, capable of housing 41,000 worshippers.

An architectural marvel, the mosque features 82 domes, chandeliers gilded with 24-carat gold, over a thousand columns, and the world’s largest hand-knitted carpet. The site’s main prayer hall houses one of the world’s most impressive chandeliers: a piece measuring 10 meters in diameter, 15 meters in height, and weighing 12 tons.

The mosque is surrounded by reflecting pools designed to mirror the sharp white and gold of the structure by day. By night, a unique lighting system transforms the pools to reflect the phases of the

Fast Fact
The mosque’s first ceremony, the funeral of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, was conducted in 2004.

Visitors’ Tip
The mosque’s 5pm ‘Sunset Tour’ is a perfect way to end a day of shopping and exploration. We recommend visiting the mosque at 4.30pm to take advantage of its scenic views and calming breeze while waiting for the tour to begin.

Opening Hours
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque hosts visitors daily, save for Friday morning, which is reserved for worshippers.

You can enjoy complimentary guided tours at the following times:
• Sundays to Thursdays at 10am, 11am, and 4:30pm/5pm*

• Fridays at 5pm and 7:30pm/8pm*

• Saturdays at 10am, 11am, 2pm, 4:30/5pm*, and 7:30/8pm*

*Starting times for the last tour/tours of the day vary depending on the time of year.

Unlikely as it may seem, you can find a winter wonderland right in the heart of Dubai! The Mall of Emirates houses Ski Dubai, a winter-themed attraction complete with penguins and ice sculptures.

Ski Dubai
Ski Dubai

Unlikely as it may seem, you can find a winter wonderland right in the heart of Dubai! The Mall of Emirates houses Ski Dubai, a winter-themed attraction complete with penguins and ice sculptures.

Visitors can enjoy an afternoon of skating at the Dubai Ice Rink. Its Olympic size makes it a perfect fit for skaters of any skill level, and on-site trainers are ready to assist newcomers to the activity.

Ski Dubai and the Mall of the Emirates is an easy 15 minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina. For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

You'd be hard pressed to find a more colorful and aromatic market than the Spice Souk in Dubai. There, you can find spices, fragrances, and herbs coveted in places around the world.

Spice Souk
Spice Souk

You’d be hard pressed to find a more colorful and aromatic market than the Spice Souk in Dubai. There, you can find spices, fragrances, and herbs coveted in places around the world. A variety of household goods, rugs, textiles, and artifacts are also available for sale at the Spice Souk, ready to be purchased by shoppers with the savvy to haggle down to the best price.

We highly recommend a visit to the souk. The volume of trade at the marketplace has declined over the years, thanks to the proliferation of large stores and supermarkets—your visit could help preserve a piece of Arab heritage.

The Corniche is an 8km waterfront road in Abu Dhabi, beloved by locals and visitors for its pedestrian and cycling pathways, its cafe and restaurant scene, and the Corniche Beach.

The Corniche
The Corniche

The Corniche is an 8km waterfront road in Abu Dhabi, beloved by locals and visitors as a prime example of thoughtful and well-maintained public space. Adults and children alike will enjoy a trip along the Corniche, stopping to gaze at the Persian Gulf, visit the Corniche Beach, and spend quality time at its play areas for children, restaurants, and cafes.

Corniche Beach
Abu Dhabi’s famed beach was awarded Blue Flag status: an international designation reserved for the cleanest and safest bathing waters. Floating fences ensure that beachgoers stay safely within 40m of the beach, and trained lifeguards abound.

We recommend visiting during the week, or early on a weekend as visitors are quick to reserve the beach’s umbrellas and lounging spaces.

The wonders of the underwater world are on display at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. This 10-million litre aquarium found on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall is one of the largest in the world.

The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo

The wonders of the underwater world are on display at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. This 10-million litre aquarium found on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall is one of the largest in the world.

The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo recreates the world’s most mysterious environment in stunning detail, and gives visitors the chance to take a seafloor stroll past ocean creatures and the divers who tend to them. The aquarium showcases live feedings, and educational tours fit for all ages.

While you're exploring downtown Dubai, take a ride on the Burj Lake, and witness the world's largest performing fountain in action: the Dubai Fountain.

The Dubai Fountain
The Dubai Fountain

While you’re exploring downtown Dubai, take a ride on the Burj Lake, and witness the world’s largest performing fountain in action: the Dubai Fountain.

The Dubai Fountain Lake Ride puts you at the forefront of a spectacular display involving 6,600 lights, 25 colored projectors, 22,000 gallons of airborne water, and world-class choreography set to the best of Arab, classical, and world music. For the icing on the cake, the ride takes you up close to the world-famous Burj Khalifa—how’s that for an unforgettable view?

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

The Galleria is a prime lifestyle destination for visitors to Abu Dhabi. Located on Al Maryah Island in the northeastern part of Abu Dhabi, the mall is a hotspot for shoppers and food enthusiasts alike.

The Galleria
The Galleria

The Galleria is a prime lifestyle destination for visitors to Abu Dhabi, just a 5-minute drive away from Jannah Burj Al Sarab. Located on Al Maryah Island in the northeastern part of Abu Dhabi, the mall is a hotspot for shoppers and food enthusiasts alike.

Experience a wide selection of luxury brands for clothing, bags, jewelry, and watches. After shopping, stop to eat at one of the region’s finest dining establishments—or take part in one of the center’s year-round festivals!

The Galleria Al Maryah Island’s expansion will host a series of events over successive weekends for the entire community to enjoy.

The Galleria Expansion
The Galleria Expansion

The Galleria Al Maryah Island’s expansion will host a series of events over successive weekends for the entire community to enjoy. Abu Dhabi’s newest lifestyle destination will provide fun for all the family with exciting events for the community.

Wadi Shawka is a mountainous area situated 143-km from Dubai. For several years, it has been a popular destination for hikers, off-road enthusiasts, and outdoor lovers.

Wadi Shawka
Wadi Shawka

Known for its hills, valleys (wadis), and rock formations, Wadi Shawka is home to some of the most scenic landscapes in all of Dubai. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie looking to hop on board a 4×4 or a wandering traveler looking to immerse in nature, Wadi Shawka provides endless activities for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds.

The area features winding paths and serene campsites with breathtaking views and vibrant wildlife, including tens of kilometers of hiking and driving trails.

Wild Wadi is a waterpark built around the richness of Arabian folklore. Visitors can experience the thrilling adventures of Sinbad, soar with the Flood River Flyer, and cool down along the Lazy River.

Wild Wadi
Wild Wadi

20 minutes away from the Jannah Place Dubai Marina, Wild Wadi is a waterpark built around the richness of Arabian folklore. The park has countless features and attractions that make a tirp worthwhile: visitors can experience the thrilling adventures of Sinbad, soar with the Flood River Flyer, and cool down along the Lazy River.

Every so often, the park goes as far as to unleash a thundering, choreographed flash flood!

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

Located at the heart of the dynamic Yas Island, Yas Mall serves as a gateway destination offering an unparalleled retail experience for residents and foreign visitors alike.

Yas Mall
Yas Mall

Located at the heart of the dynamic Yas Island, Yas Mall serves as a gateway destination offering an unparalleled retail experience for residents and foreign visitors alike. The mall offers top brands in fashion, entertainment, and dining, all connected to a spacious social hub—an urban oasis known as Town Square.

Mallgoers can enjoy three floors of shops and restaurants, a 20-screen state-of-the-art cinema operated by VOX Cinemas, and a family entertainment zone by Funworks. With engaging activities for family and friends, it is a great fun day out for everyone.

The Yas Marina Circuit is a haven for racing afficionados. Designed for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by the prolific Hermann Tilke, the circuit boasts a FIA Grade 1 license.

Yas Marina Circuit
Yas Marina Circuit

The Yas Marina Circuit is a haven for racing afficionados. Designed for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by the prolific Hermann Tilke, the circuit boasts a FIA Grade 1 license.

With twenty-one corners, five grandstand areas, the €893 million complex is one of the most technologically advanced in the world. Visitors can take the Yas Venue Tour to learn about the engineering and design that went into this jewel among motorsports circuits.

Opening Hours
• Tuesday to Saturday from 10am – 12pm, and 2pm – 4pm

Telephone
+971 2 659 9800 or 800 YAS (927) (9am to 6pm)

Website
www.yasmarinacircuit.com

Yas Waterworld is a sprawling, aquatic theme park that houses a grand total of 43 rides, slides, and attractions—five of which can only be found at this Abu Dhabi waterpark.

Yas Waterworld
Yas Waterworld

Yas Waterworld is a sprawling, aquatic theme park that houses a grand total of 43 rides, slides, and attractions—five of which can only be found at this Abu Dhabi waterpark.

The attractions at the Yas Island waterpark can only be described as futuristic. Park visitors can experience the world’s first, hydromagnetic, six-person tornado waterslide, surf three-meter high waves on Bubble’s Barrel, and ride the Bandit Bomber—a 550-meter interactive coaster ride with lasers, usable water jets, and water bombs aplenty.

The waterpark draws on Abu Dhabi’s heritage, featuring the thematic image of “The Lost Pearl” as its core theme. A massive pearl, 8 meters in diameter, sits atop the park’s towering centerpiece, the Jebel Dana.

Opening Hours
• Daily from 10am – 6pm (during Winter months) or 10am – 8pm (during Summer months).

Website
www.yaswaterworld.com

Airport Terminal 1 in Abu Dhabi is the longest operating facility in Abu Dhabi International Airport.

Abu Dhabi International Airport T1
Abu Dhabi International Airport T1

Airport Terminal 1 in Abu Dhabi can handle over 15 million passengers. It is used by over 100 airlines, and offers 18 gates and 221 check-in counters. Following a major renovation in 2013, Terminal 1 has since upgraded to more luxurious and spacious interiors, while expanding its operations and amenities.

Airport Terminal 2 in Abu Dhabi is a relatively new facility in Abu Dhabi International Airport. It is situated on the opposite side of the airport, roughly 20 minutes away to neighboring terminals.

Abu Dhabi International Airport T2
Abu Dhabi International Airport T2

Constructed in 1998 over an area of 47,000 sq meters, Airport Terminal 2 in Abu Dhabi is used by over 50 airlines, and capacity of 10 million as of its last renovation in 2013.

The airport mainly services the Persian Gulf region, accommodating flights to Saudi Arabia, Iran, India, Afghanistan, and Pakistan.

A trip to the UAE isn't complete without a visit to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi: the world's first and largest theme park of its kind.

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi

A trip to the UAE isn’t complete without a visit to Ferrari World Abu Dhabi: the world’s first and largest theme park of its kind. Parkgoers can expect to learn the storied history of the world-famous brand, and enjoy thrilling attractions built with the same engineering mastery that goes into its vehicles.

Beneath the park’s iconic red roof, you can find attractions such as the world’s fastest roller coaster (the Formula Rossi), the world’s largest Ferrari gallery outside of Maranello (the Galleria Ferrari), and a 4D experience that takes you on an adventure through the jungle, through snowy caves, and right to the mouth of a volcano (the Speed of Magic).

Opening Hours
• Tuesday to Sunday from 11am – 8pm
• NOTE: The park is closed on Mondays.

Website
www.ferrariworldabudhabi.com

Run by the Emirates Heritage Club, the Heritage Village is a historically accurate reconstruction of a traditional oasis village, designed to provide a glimpse into the emirate’s past.

Heritage Village
Heritage Village

Run by the Emirates Heritage Club, the Heritage Village is a historically accurate reconstruction of a traditional oasis village, designed to provide a glimpse into the emirate’s past.

The site is an open museum, where guests can observe traditional aspects of the desert way of life, such as a campfire with coffee pots, a goats’ hair tent, and a falaj irrigation system.

There are workshops where craftsmen demonstrate the traditional skills of metal work and pottery, while women sit weaving and spinning. These artisans are happy to share their skills, and may occasionally give you the chance to try them out for yourself.

The little spice shop found in Heritage Village is a treat—you can get a range of dried herbs, handmade soap and other artisanal delights.

Khalifa Park is a hub for relaxation, social interaction, and entertainment in Abu Dhabi. Located in Al Matar, this is one of the city's largest parks.

Khalifa Park
Khalifa Park

Khalifa Park is a hub for relaxation, social interaction, and entertainment in Abu Dhabi. Located in Al Matar, this is one of the city’s largest parks. It draws its design from traditional Islamic and Arabic architecture, which blend with the park’s pristine landscaping, fountains, lakes, and waterfalls.

The park offers plenty of activities for children as well, including a time tunnel ride, a miniature railway, and Murjan Splash Park.

Visitors may opt to tour the park on foot, or by rail.

The Louvre Abu Dhabi is an art and civilization museum brought about by unprecedented partnership between the UAE and France. It features a massive 24,000 sq meters and provides of 8,000 sq meters of gallery space.

Louvre
Louvre

Constructed on Saadiyat Island, aptly dubed the island of happiness, the Lourvre Abu Dhabi is an ambitious initiative between the UAE and France to showcase and bolster the Middle East’s burgeoning art scene. The museum was designed by renowned French architect Jean Nouvel and features 8,000 sq meters of gallery space and houses thousands of artworks, from centuries old pieces from ancient civilizations to cutting-edge contemporary art.

The Lourve Abu Dhabi is a must see for all kinds of visitors. The museum is looking to grow its already expansive collection and acquire more noteworthy pieces over the next few years.

The Marina Mall Abu Dhabi is conveniently located at the Breakwater along Corniche Road. Known for its unique tent shape, the mall is home to some of the world's most iconic luxury brands.

Marina Mall Abu Dhabi
Marina Mall Abu Dhabi

The Marina Mall Abu Dhabi is conveniently located at the Breakwater along Corniche Road. Known for its unique tent shape, the mall is home to some of the world’s most iconic luxury brands. Visitors can enjoy a day of shopping, food, and entertainment in the sprawling complex, and cap off the evening with a ride on the Marina Mall Ferris Wheel.

Some anchor brands located within include: Carrefour, Fun City, Zara, Marks & Spencer, Paris Gallery, and VOX Cinemas.

Saadiyat Island is rapidly transforming into a world-class destination for leisure, living, business, and culture. The end goal is to house the world's largest concentration of premier cultural assets.

Saadiyat Island
Saadiyat Island

SAADIYAT ISLAND
Saadiyat Island is rapidly transforming into a world-class destination for leisure, living, business, and culture. The end goal is to house the world’s largest concentration of premier cultural asset. These are slated to include the the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, the Louvre Abu Dhabi, and the Zayed National Museum—all designed by winners of the Pritzker Architecture Prize.

Manarat Al Saadiyat
Manarat Al Saadiyat (which translates roughly to, “A Place of Enlightenment”) is the island’s visitor center, built to encapsulate the overall vision for the island. It houses two public galleries: a permanent display narrating the history of and vision for the island (the Saadiyat Story), and a gallery for exhibitions and educational events (the Arts Abu Dhabi Gallery).

The UAE Pavillion
Originally situated in Shanghai for the World Expo 2010, the UAE Pavilion was transported piece-by-piece to its new home on Saadiyat Island. The structure was designed by London’s Foster + Partners and houses many of the country’s most important cultural functions.

Saadiyat Beach Golf Club
Finally, visiting golfers are in for a stellar experience at the region’s first ocean course, designed by the legendary Gary Player.

This masterful work of architecture is the country's largest mosque—and one of the largest mosques in the world, capable of housing 41,000 worshippers.

Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque

This is the country’s largest mosque—and one of the largest in the world, capable of housing 41,000 worshippers.

An architectural marvel, the mosque features 82 domes, chandeliers gilded with 24-carat gold, over a thousand columns, and the world’s largest hand-knitted carpet. The site’s main prayer hall houses one of the world’s most impressive chandeliers: a piece measuring 10 meters in diameter, 15 meters in height, and weighing 12 tons.

The mosque is surrounded by reflecting pools designed to mirror the sharp white and gold of the structure by day. By night, a unique lighting system transforms the pools to reflect the phases of the

Fast Fact
The mosque’s first ceremony, the funeral of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, was conducted in 2004.

Visitors’ Tip
The mosque’s 5pm ‘Sunset Tour’ is a perfect way to end a day of shopping and exploration. We recommend visiting the mosque at 4.30pm to take advantage of its scenic views and calming breeze while waiting for the tour to begin.

Opening Hours
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque hosts visitors daily, save for Friday morning, which is reserved for worshippers.

You can enjoy complimentary guided tours at the following times:
• Sundays to Thursdays at 10am, 11am, and 4:30pm/5pm*

• Fridays at 5pm and 7:30pm/8pm*

• Saturdays at 10am, 11am, 2pm, 4:30/5pm*, and 7:30/8pm*

*Starting times for the last tour/tours of the day vary depending on the time of year.

The Corniche is an 8km waterfront road in Abu Dhabi, beloved by locals and visitors for its pedestrian and cycling pathways, its cafe and restaurant scene, and the Corniche Beach.

The Corniche
The Corniche

The Corniche is an 8km waterfront road in Abu Dhabi, beloved by locals and visitors as a prime example of thoughtful and well-maintained public space. Adults and children alike will enjoy a trip along the Corniche, stopping to gaze at the Persian Gulf, visit the Corniche Beach, and spend quality time at its play areas for children, restaurants, and cafes.

Corniche Beach
Abu Dhabi’s famed beach was awarded Blue Flag status: an international designation reserved for the cleanest and safest bathing waters. Floating fences ensure that beachgoers stay safely within 40m of the beach, and trained lifeguards abound.

We recommend visiting during the week, or early on a weekend as visitors are quick to reserve the beach’s umbrellas and lounging spaces.

The Galleria is a prime lifestyle destination for visitors to Abu Dhabi. Located on Al Maryah Island in the northeastern part of Abu Dhabi, the mall is a hotspot for shoppers and food enthusiasts alike.

The Galleria
The Galleria

The Galleria is a prime lifestyle destination for visitors to Abu Dhabi, just a 5-minute drive away from Jannah Burj Al Sarab. Located on Al Maryah Island in the northeastern part of Abu Dhabi, the mall is a hotspot for shoppers and food enthusiasts alike.

Experience a wide selection of luxury brands for clothing, bags, jewelry, and watches. After shopping, stop to eat at one of the region’s finest dining establishments—or take part in one of the center’s year-round festivals!

The Galleria Al Maryah Island’s expansion will host a series of events over successive weekends for the entire community to enjoy.

The Galleria Expansion
The Galleria Expansion

The Galleria Al Maryah Island’s expansion will host a series of events over successive weekends for the entire community to enjoy. Abu Dhabi’s newest lifestyle destination will provide fun for all the family with exciting events for the community.

Located at the heart of the dynamic Yas Island, Yas Mall serves as a gateway destination offering an unparalleled retail experience for residents and foreign visitors alike.

Yas Mall
Yas Mall

Located at the heart of the dynamic Yas Island, Yas Mall serves as a gateway destination offering an unparalleled retail experience for residents and foreign visitors alike. The mall offers top brands in fashion, entertainment, and dining, all connected to a spacious social hub—an urban oasis known as Town Square.

Mallgoers can enjoy three floors of shops and restaurants, a 20-screen state-of-the-art cinema operated by VOX Cinemas, and a family entertainment zone by Funworks. With engaging activities for family and friends, it is a great fun day out for everyone.

The Yas Marina Circuit is a haven for racing afficionados. Designed for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by the prolific Hermann Tilke, the circuit boasts a FIA Grade 1 license.

Yas Marina Circuit
Yas Marina Circuit

The Yas Marina Circuit is a haven for racing afficionados. Designed for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by the prolific Hermann Tilke, the circuit boasts a FIA Grade 1 license.

With twenty-one corners, five grandstand areas, the €893 million complex is one of the most technologically advanced in the world. Visitors can take the Yas Venue Tour to learn about the engineering and design that went into this jewel among motorsports circuits.

Opening Hours
• Tuesday to Saturday from 10am – 12pm, and 2pm – 4pm

Telephone
+971 2 659 9800 or 800 YAS (927) (9am to 6pm)

Website
www.yasmarinacircuit.com

Yas Waterworld is a sprawling, aquatic theme park that houses a grand total of 43 rides, slides, and attractions—five of which can only be found at this Abu Dhabi waterpark.

Yas Waterworld
Yas Waterworld

Yas Waterworld is a sprawling, aquatic theme park that houses a grand total of 43 rides, slides, and attractions—five of which can only be found at this Abu Dhabi waterpark.

The attractions at the Yas Island waterpark can only be described as futuristic. Park visitors can experience the world’s first, hydromagnetic, six-person tornado waterslide, surf three-meter high waves on Bubble’s Barrel, and ride the Bandit Bomber—a 550-meter interactive coaster ride with lasers, usable water jets, and water bombs aplenty.

The waterpark draws on Abu Dhabi’s heritage, featuring the thematic image of “The Lost Pearl” as its core theme. A massive pearl, 8 meters in diameter, sits atop the park’s towering centerpiece, the Jebel Dana.

Opening Hours
• Daily from 10am – 6pm (during Winter months) or 10am – 8pm (during Summer months).

Website
www.yaswaterworld.com

Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, is an international airport in Jebel Ali, 37 kilometres southwest of Dubai, United Arab Emirates that opened on 27 June 2010.

Al Maktoum International Airport
Al Maktoum International Airport

Al Maktoum International Airport, also known as Dubai World Central, is an international airport in Jebel Ali, 37 kilometres southwest of Dubai, United Arab Emirates that opened on 27 June 2010. It is the main part of Dubai South, a planned residential, commercial and logistics complex.

Blue Water Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) is a sprawling island development just a stone's throw away from the Dubai Marina.

Blue Water JBR
Blue Water JBR

Just a short walk from the Dubai Marina and right at the foot of Ain Dubai, Blue Water Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR) provides unparalleled views of Dubai’s skyline and oceanscapes. The island development plays host to dozens of critically acclaimed restaurants and attractions.

Blue Water JBR is the perfect place to lounge, dine, and witness Dubai’s stunning architecture.

The world's tallest building is a recent historical landmark, with travellers around the world visiting to ascend to its fabled 124th floor.

Burj Khalifa
Burj Khalifa

There’s little to be said about the Burj Khalifa that hasn’t already been covered by journalists, travel magazines, documentaries, and history books.

The world’s tallest building is a recent historical landmark, with travellers around the world visiting to ascend to its fabled 124th floor. The journey to the top is a dive into Arabian heritage, as the building captures the fantastic story of the Middle East’s climb into prominence.

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

The historic district of Bur Dubai is home to Creekside Park, a gorgeous destination for residents and travellers looking to enjoy nature at its most scenic.

Creekside Park
Creekside Park

The historic district of Bur Dubai is home to Creekside Park, a gorgeous destination for residents and travellers looking to enjoy nature at its most scenic. Dhow boats nestle along the river, waiting to take passengers for a ride laden with spectacular views of Dubai.

Visitors can enjoy designated spots for barbecues, picnics, restaurants, bike rentals, mini-golf, and even cable cars. It’s an especially exciting destination for children, who are sure to love Children’s City, an educational adventure park.

Creekside Park is just 30 minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina. For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

Dubai International Airport is the primary airport serving the UAE and is the fifth busiest airport by passenger traffic. It is located in the Al Garhoud district and occupies a land area of 125,000 sq km.

Dubai International Airport
Dubai International Airport

Serving over 80 million customers annually and servicing more than 240 destinations over 6 continents, Dubai Airport is arguably one of the most connected terminals in the world. It has also been listed consistently as a top airport in the world, which speaks to its status and reputation as a world-class facility.

The Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping and entertainment destination, receiving 100 million visitors annually. It's a sight to behold, and a haven for the world's most dedicated shoppers.

Dubai Mall
Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall is the world’s largest shopping and entertainment destination, receiving 100 million visitors annually. It’s a sight to behold, and a haven for the world’s most dedicated shoppers.

A near-endless array of stores can be found within, and you’re guaranteed to find more than a handful of shops and attractions to pique your interest. Families are also sure to enjoy the mall’s many restaurants, entertainment centers, and cinemas.

The Dubai Marina Mall is a premier destination for shopping and entertainment, located right in the heart of the scenic Marina, just a few minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina.

Dubai Marina Mall
Dubai Marina Mall

The Dubai Marina Mall is a premier destination for shopping and entertainment, located right in the heart of the scenic Marina, just a few minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina. Shoppers can choose from a staggering array of brands—from high-street couture to aspirational boutique fashion.

Dine al fresco by the waterside, catch a show at the mall’s cinema, or find the precise items you’ve been looking for in the mall’s 390,000 square feet of retail space.

The Dubai EXPO is a massive six-month undertaking to showcase the latest in technology and innovation. It will be held in a 4.38 sq km area in South Dubai, near Al Maktoum International Airport.

EXPO
EXPO

The Dubai EXPO is set to run from October 20, 2020 and April 10, 2021. Centered on the theme “Connecting Minds, Creating The Future”, the expo will focus on three main initiatives: sustainability, mobility, and opportunity.

Drawing inspiration from past world expos, visitors should expect to get up and close with the latest and greatest in tech, and get a firsthand peek at some of the most stunning and innovative exhibits in the world.

Global Village is a bustling hub of multicultural activity and trade. Over 75 countries are represented among its 32 pavilions, each offering their own traditional products and souvenirs.

Global Village
Global Village

Global Village, as its name implies, is a bustling hub of multicultural activity and trade. Over 75 countries are represented among its 32 pavilions, each offering their own traditional products and souvenirs.

Visitors can look forward to cultural shows, stunt acts, spectacles, street performances, and other performances drawn from around the world—as well as exhilarating rides at Fantasy Island. The venue guarantees no end of family-friendly fun, and exposure to the best that the world to offer.

A trip to Global Village wouldn’t be complete without sampling a piece of exotic cuisine (or two, or three), and guests will find plenty of options to choose from.

The Global Village typically opens during the Winter season.

A trip to the City of Gold is only complete with a visit to Dubai's Gold Souk, a shopping experience marked by the glint of 18, 21, 22, and 24-carat gold at every turn.

Gold Souk
Gold Souk

A trip to the City of Gold is only complete with a visit to Dubai’s Gold Souk, a shopping experience marked by the glint of 18, 21, 22, and 24-carat gold at every turn. Whether you’re there to shop or simply observe one of the finest assemblages of gold under the sun, a visit to the Gold Souk is guaranteed to leave you with lasting memories.

The scale and variety of gold available for purchase at the souk render many visitors speechless: Marvel at the gold earrings, necklaces, rings, bracelets, and pendants on display behind the shop windows—or make a purchase and bring the some of the luxury home with you.

This unique 12-hectare beach-park hybrid in the coastal area of Jumeirah, Dubai is an ideal place to spend a relaxing weekend. The opportunities for fun and relaxation are as endless as the area's facilities.

Jumeirah Beach Park
Jumeirah Beach Park

This unique 12-hectare beach-park hybrid in the coastal area of Jumeirah, Dubai is an ideal place to spend a relaxing weekend. Relax on a sun lounger, take a dip in a pool or the ocean, enjoy a round of volleyball, or simply have a picnic on the sand—the opportunities are as endless as the facilities you can find there.

On Wednesdays, Jumeirah Beach Park is reserved for women and children.

Jumeirah Beach Park is just 30 minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina Hotel. For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team

Dubai's Miracle Garden is simply that: a miraculous work of horticulture and landscaping. Flowers adorn the pathways, buildings, and greenery at the Miracle Garden.

Miracle Garden
Miracle Garden

Dubai’s Miracle Garden is simply that: a miraculous work of horticulture and landscaping, sure to delight visitors of all ages. Flowers adorn the pathways, buildings, and greenery at the Miracle Garden, which itself has earned three distinct Guinness World Records.

Check out their one-of-a-kind, 15-metre floral clock is a massive timepiece that’s built into the grounds, a floral castle surrounded by millions of blossoming flowers, and stunning designs and arrangement that vary as the seasons change.

The Miracle Garden opens its doors yearly, from mid-November to mid-May.

Unlikely as it may seem, you can find a winter wonderland right in the heart of Dubai! The Mall of Emirates houses Ski Dubai, a winter-themed attraction complete with penguins and ice sculptures.

Ski Dubai
Ski Dubai

Unlikely as it may seem, you can find a winter wonderland right in the heart of Dubai! The Mall of Emirates houses Ski Dubai, a winter-themed attraction complete with penguins and ice sculptures.

Visitors can enjoy an afternoon of skating at the Dubai Ice Rink. Its Olympic size makes it a perfect fit for skaters of any skill level, and on-site trainers are ready to assist newcomers to the activity.

Ski Dubai and the Mall of the Emirates is an easy 15 minutes away from Jannah Place Dubai Marina. For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

You'd be hard pressed to find a more colorful and aromatic market than the Spice Souk in Dubai. There, you can find spices, fragrances, and herbs coveted in places around the world.

Spice Souk
Spice Souk

You’d be hard pressed to find a more colorful and aromatic market than the Spice Souk in Dubai. There, you can find spices, fragrances, and herbs coveted in places around the world. A variety of household goods, rugs, textiles, and artifacts are also available for sale at the Spice Souk, ready to be purchased by shoppers with the savvy to haggle down to the best price.

We highly recommend a visit to the souk. The volume of trade at the marketplace has declined over the years, thanks to the proliferation of large stores and supermarkets—your visit could help preserve a piece of Arab heritage.

The wonders of the underwater world are on display at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. This 10-million litre aquarium found on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall is one of the largest in the world.

The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo
The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo

The wonders of the underwater world are on display at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo. This 10-million litre aquarium found on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall is one of the largest in the world.

The Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo recreates the world’s most mysterious environment in stunning detail, and gives visitors the chance to take a seafloor stroll past ocean creatures and the divers who tend to them. The aquarium showcases live feedings, and educational tours fit for all ages.

While you're exploring downtown Dubai, take a ride on the Burj Lake, and witness the world's largest performing fountain in action: the Dubai Fountain.

The Dubai Fountain
The Dubai Fountain

While you’re exploring downtown Dubai, take a ride on the Burj Lake, and witness the world’s largest performing fountain in action: the Dubai Fountain.

The Dubai Fountain Lake Ride puts you at the forefront of a spectacular display involving 6,600 lights, 25 colored projectors, 22,000 gallons of airborne water, and world-class choreography set to the best of Arab, classical, and world music. For the icing on the cake, the ride takes you up close to the world-famous Burj Khalifa—how’s that for an unforgettable view?

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

Wadi Shawka is a mountainous area situated 143-km from Dubai. For several years, it has been a popular destination for hikers, off-road enthusiasts, and outdoor lovers.

Wadi Shawka
Wadi Shawka

Known for its hills, valleys (wadis), and rock formations, Wadi Shawka is home to some of the most scenic landscapes in all of Dubai. Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie looking to hop on board a 4×4 or a wandering traveler looking to immerse in nature, Wadi Shawka provides endless activities for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds.

The area features winding paths and serene campsites with breathtaking views and vibrant wildlife, including tens of kilometers of hiking and driving trails.

Wild Wadi is a waterpark built around the richness of Arabian folklore. Visitors can experience the thrilling adventures of Sinbad, soar with the Flood River Flyer, and cool down along the Lazy River.

Wild Wadi
Wild Wadi

20 minutes away from the Jannah Place Dubai Marina, Wild Wadi is a waterpark built around the richness of Arabian folklore. The park has countless features and attractions that make a tirp worthwhile: visitors can experience the thrilling adventures of Sinbad, soar with the Flood River Flyer, and cool down along the Lazy River.

Every so often, the park goes as far as to unleash a thundering, choreographed flash flood!

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

The Dhayah Fort is a historic site for the UAE, as it was one of the last holdouts of local resistance to the British incursion of 1819.

Dhayah Fort
Dhayah Fort

The Dhayah Fort is a historic site for the UAE, as it was one of the last holdouts of local resistance to the British incursion of 1819. The fort is the highest hilltop fort in the UAE, affording those within a 360 degree view of of the surrounding area.

Its panoramic views and significance in the history of the emirate make it a prime destination for travellers and enthusiasts. If you find yourself visiting the site, note that there’s an upper and lower fort—both open for visitors.

The Hajar Mountains dominate the view at Ras Al Khaimah, offering a prime location for travellers looking to enjoy a hike or scenic vista.

Hajar Mountains
Hajar Mountains

Few sights can match the subtle beauty of this mountain range in the UAE. Hikers and mountain climbers flock to the range for an unforgettable experience set in the open desert air.

The Hajar Mountains dominate the view at Ras Al Khaimah, offering a prime location for travellers looking to enjoy a hike or scenic vista. The range is a great destination for exploration under the open sky—whether it’s a day trip to the natural wonder, or an evening spent camping beneath a tapestry of stars.

Jazirat Al-Hamra is a hamlet frozen in time and shrouded in mystery. Once a pearl fishing village with a thriving community, it stands today as a ghost town long abandoned by its inhabitants.

Jazirat Al-Hama
Jazirat Al-Hama

Jazirat Al-Hamra is a hamlet frozen in time and shrouded in mystery. Once a pearl fishing village with a thriving community, it stands today as a ghost town long abandoned by its inhabitants.

Those who choose to explore Jazirat Al-Hama will find many of the dwellings to be perfectly intact—as if the residents at the time left at once, in an inexplicable hurry. The cause for their relocation remains to be the center of rumours and discussion, though it’s largely been attributed to tribal conflict some time in the 60’s.

Most who explore Jazirat Al-Hama do so unassisted, without tour guide or electronic voice-overs.

Jebel Jais is the United Arab Emirates' tallest mountain, and a must-visit for nature enthusiasts, mountaineers, and anyone who appreciates a scenic view.

Jebel Jais
Jebel Jais

Formed over 70 milllion years ago, the Jebel Jais is the United Arab Emirates’ tallest mountain, and a must-visit for nature enthusiasts, mountaineers, and anyone who appreciates a scenic view. A 20-kilometer long road winds its way along the mountain’s flank, providing visiting explorers with access to a range of viewing platforms.

Visitors can also enjoy activities such as hiking, ziplining, camping, and cycling—and enjoy a meal at the Muse Cafe or Puro Express when the day is done.

For information on car rentals or taxi bookings, simply approach our Karim team.

Website
https://jebeljais.ae/

Al Marjan Island a cluster of four coral-shaped man-made islands situated in the Persian Gulf. It is widely recognized as one of the UAE's top vacation destinations and features several beaches and high-end luxury resorts.

Marjan Island
Marjan Island

A popular vacation destination in the Middle East, Al Marjan Island is home to some of the most luxurious resorts and stunning beaches in the region. The island features close to half of all five-star rooms in the Emirates.

While it has yet to reach full operations, Al Marjan Island is rapidly expanding, already attracting thousands of party goers each year.

The National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah is situated in the western side of the city, in a fort occupied by the ruling family until the 1960s.

National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah
National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah

Formerly the residence of the ruling Qawasim family, the National Museum of Ras Al Khaimah showcases hundreds of archeological and ethnological artifacts including ancient weaponry and agricultural tools; documents, treaties, and manuscripts shared between the Ras Al Khaimah ruling class and the UK government; and all kinds of remnants from the area’s rich past in architecture, agriculture, farming, fishing, and pearl diving.

The museum hosts a Private Full-Day tour that allows visitors to get up and close with city’s and the region’s vibrant past.

The Ras Al Khaimah Zipline is the longest in the world, with a total length of 2.8-kilometers and max speeds of up to 120-kilometers per hour.

Rak Zipline
Rak Zipline

A popular destination for adrenaline junkies, the Ras Al Khaima Zipline has gained international recognition as the world’s longest zipline. It stretches out an impressive 2.8-kilometers beginning near the summit of Jebel Jais, 1600-meters from the ground, and reaches max speeds of up to 120-kilometers per hour.

Zipliners are in for a thrill as they whip down the mountain while suspended in mid-air—a must see!

Ras Al Khaimah is a prime location for tourists looking to immerse themselves in the history and culture of the UAE.

Ras Al Khaimah
Ras Al Khaimah

RAS AL KHAIMAH
Ras Al Khaimah is a prime location for tourists looking to immerse themselves in the history and culture of the UAE. Nestled between miles of virgin coastline and the Hajjar Mountain Range are various monuments and historical sites.

Ras Al Khaimah National Museum
Housing a wealth of cultural and historical artifacts from the UAE, the Ras Al Khaimah National Museum is located in the former palace of the Al Qawasim royal family. The museum boasts a variety of exhibits on natural history, archaelogical finds, and artworks that have survived for more than a century.

Other Sites of Note
• Shamal and Sheeba’s Palace, the crypts and ruins of a palace from the medieval era.
• Al Falayah, the former summer residence of the Al Qawasim royal family.
• Jazirat Al Hamra, a ghost town featuring decades-old architecture.
• The Old City and Souk, an immersive experience featuring artisanal workshops and traditional shopping.

Airport Terminal 1 in Ras Al Khaimah is situated 20-kilometers south of Ras Al Khaimah City.

Ras Al Khaimah International Airport
Ras Al Khaimah International Airport

Since resuming operations in 2014, Airport Terminal 1 in Ras Al Khaimah has rebranded into a practical and affordable hub for travelers in the region. It has seen strong growth in the last few years and continues to be a top choice for budget airlines in the Middle East.