United Arab Emirates

Top cities in United Arab Emirates

Dubai
6219 Activities
Abu Dhabi
617 Activities
Ras Al Khaimah
81 Activities
Sharjah
75 Activities
Fujairah
13 Activities

Top attractions in United Arab Emirates

KidZania Dubai
2 Activities
The 2-story, 75,347-square-foot (7,000-square-meter) indoor facility comes complete with an airport, hospital, banks, vehicles, race track, streets, shops, and economy. Kids can try out a variety of jobs and professions, such as chef, construction worker, firefighter, pilot, police officer, and surgeon. They can earn money (KidZos), open a bank account, learn to drive, and more. Most activities either cost or earn KidZos, which can be used to pay for additional activities or purchase items from the gift shop.Purchase an economy day pass, or upgrade to a premium pass to get two Fast Track passes (good for skip-the-line access for certain activities). Annual passes are also available. Admission to KidZania Dubai is also included as part of some multiattraction Dubai sightseeing passes.
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Emirates National Auto Museum (ENAM)
1 Activities
Step inside the 2-story pyramid and explore long rows of vintage and modified cars, trucks, 4-wheel-drive and military vehicles, and more. Must-sees include the Sheikh’s seven ”rainbow” Mercedes—one for each day of the week—a steam-powered Mercedes dating from 1885, and a bizarre Dodge Power Wagon replica eight times its original size. Afterward, head outside to view extra-outlandish vehicles, such as the world’s largest motorized model of a World War II Willys Jeep and an old Caledonian Lockheed airplane baking in the sun.The museum is 28 miles (45 kilometers) south of Abu Dhabi, so a tour is the easiest way to visit. Opt for a trip to the museum that includes admission, free time to explore, and private round-trip transfers from the city.
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Abu Dhabi Falcon Hospital (ADFH)
14 Activities
Founded in 1999 by a prominent German veterinary surgeon, ADFH sees thousands of birds every year. Care ranges from treatment for serious maladies to feather substitutions to pedicures. The sport of falconry has deep roots in Abu Dhabi, and the predatory birds can cost tens of thousands of dollars, so ADFH is crucial for the health and well-being of these raptors.Take a guided tour of the facility to learn about the history of falconry, and visit an exam room and the aviary, where falcons fly freely around you. You’ll also have the opportunity to take pictures with a falcon ambassador. If you opt for the lunch add-on, you’ll be invited to dine in a traditional Arabic sitting area.
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Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve (DDCR)
243 Activities
The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve offers one of the the UAE’s best opportunities for viewing native wildlife and experiencing the adventure possibilities of the inland desert. Options are plentiful, including morning dune drives, hot air balloon flights over the Arabian desert, private desert safaris, and outdoor dinners in a Bedouin-inspired camp. To visit, you must book a guided tour with round-trip transportation from an approved operator—both half-day and full-day tours are available.
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Mercato Shopping Mall
4 Activities
The fountain-fronted mall echoes a Renaissance-era Italian town with confetti-colored replica merchants’ houses, colonnades, and bridges flanking two levels of tiled walkways and airy piazzas. Visitors can delve into a range of upmarket shops, including brands such as Armani Jeans, Mango, Diesel, Gap, and Nike; as well as cosmetics, jewelry, gifts, toy, and homeware retail chains and emporiums. Cafés, ice cream parlors, and dining spots serving international cuisine provide the finishing touches, as do a Spinneys supermarket, 7-screen VOX cinema, and a family games-and-entertainment center.One option for those wanting to experience the Mercato Shopping Mall is to take a hop-on hop-off bus tour. Buses along selected routes stop at nearby City Walk, about a 15-minute walk away.
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Wafi City Mall
2 Activities
Spanning four levels, the Wafi City Mall houses international designer boutiques alongside European, Arabic, and Asian clothing, homeware, jewelry, and perfume shops, all capped by a Marks & Spencer, a Carrefour hypermarket, and an Arabian-style souk of handicraft vendors. Other draws include glow-in-the-dark minigolf, a family games center, and around 30 restaurants. The mall also stages a popular courtyard sound-and-light show most evenings.Some Dubai hop-on hop-off bus tours stop right outside the mall, making it easy to slot a visit into your sightseeing. If you’re looking for family entertainment, you can also buy tickets to the glow-in-the-dark minigolf course. Other options include taking one of Dubai’s evening city bus tours to enjoy the mall’s sound-and-light show.
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Saadiyat Island
21 Activities
Home only to fishing huts until the mid-20th century, Saadiyat Island has since undergone a radical transformation. Today, highlights include a beach club, golf course, and several innovative museums, namely the Louvre Abu Dhabi, Manarat Al Saadiyat arts center, and the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi art museum.Benefit from a guide’s knowledge and round-trip transport on a Saadiyat sightseeing tour, which typically depart from either Abu Dhabi or Dubai, and tend to home in on the island’s futuristic buildings—some include an admission ticket for the Louvre Abu Dhabi.
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Museum of the Future
89 Activities
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Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT)
4 Activities
Often referred to as ‘JLT,’ the Jumeirah Lake Towers is divided into clusters of individually designed towers, all framed by palm-dotted walkways, gardens, and shopping and dining hubs. Visitors come here to drink in the skyline, stroll by the lakes, and enjoy the 500-plus shops and 300 or so restaurants. The lakeshores are also home to kids’ playgrounds and a jogging track.JLT makes an impressive sight after dark, its floodlit high-rises shining against the night sky. Travelers can admire the scene on Dubai evening bus tours that follow Sheikh Zayed Road and serve up unobstructed views over the illuminated towers.
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Bastakia Quarter
38 Activities
Named after the south Iran town of Bastak by its Persian settlers, Bastakia is a web of restored mud-and-stone houses, squares, and narrow alleys. Among them are wind tower houses, whose towers circulate breezes around the interiors, plus museums, art galleries, shops, and cafes. Explore for an authentic feel of bygone Dubai, when the city was little more than a small pearl-trading port.Many city tours that encompass Old Dubai include Bastakia, often as a brief stop after Dubai Museum, in the nearby 19th-century Al Fahidi Fort. Tours devoted to Dubai’s heritage usually incorporate a stroll through Bastakia, while others focus wholly on walking tours around the enclave. Other travelers come here independently to relax and explore.
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Top tours in United Arab Emirates

Dubai: Premium Red Dunes, Camels, Stargazing & 5* BBQ at Al Khayma Camp™️
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Free Cancellation
Duration: 7 hours
Dubai Desert 4x4 Dune Bashing, Self-Ride 60min ATV Quad, Camel Ride,Shows,Dinner
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 7 hours 30 minutes
Dubai: Desert Safari, Camel, Falcon, Quad Bike & Al Khayma Camp
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours to 7 hours
Dubai Red Dune Desert Safari: Camel Ride, Sandboarding & BBQ Options
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 4 hours to 7 hours
Dubai Marina Yacht Tour with Breakfast or BBQ
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 2 hours to 3 hours
Dubai to Abu Dhabi Grand Mosque & Qasr Al Watan Palace
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 8 hours to 9 hours
Desert Safari With BBQ Dinner, Quad Bike And Camel Ride Experience from Dubai
Mobile Ticketing
Free Cancellation
Duration: 6 hours to 7 hours
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