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  • burjuman
  • dubai-museum
  • Old-Souq
  • Jumairah-Mosque
  • Dubai-Zoo
  • Mercato-Shopping-Mall
  • Jumeirah-Public-Beach
  • Wild-Vadi
  • Burj-Al-Arab
  • Souk-Madinat-Jumeirah
  • Atlantis-The-Palm
  • Time-Square-Centre
  • Dubai-Mall
  • Burj-Khalifa
  • Emirates-Tower
  • Dubai-World-Trade-Centre
  • Dubai-International-Finance-Centre
  • Al-Garhoud-Bridge
  • Deira-City-Centre
  • Al-Bastakiya
  • burjuman
  • dubai-museum
  • Old-Souq
  • Jumairah-Mosque
  • Dubai-Zoo
  • Mercato-Shopping-Mall
  • Jumeirah-Public-Beach
  • Wild-Vadi
  • Burj-Al-Arab
  • Souk-Madinat-Jumeirah
  • Atlantis-The-Palm
  • Time-Square-Centre
  • Dubai-Mall
  • Burj-Khalifa
  • Emirates-Tower
  • Dubai-World-Trade-Centre
  • Dubai-International-Finance-Centre
  • Al-Garhoud-Bridge
  • Deira-City-Centre
  • Al-Bastakiya
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
4 Hours
155
$38
$27

Easy Bus Tour

Experience Dubai City tour with copen top Double Decker Bus which includes free entrance ticket to Dubai museum, giving time for photo shot at Jumeirah Public beach ,Palm (Atlantis) and Dubai Mall. Free refreshment will be given in the Bus.
4 Hours

$38
per adult

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START TRP FROM :

  • BURJUMAN
  • DUBAI MUSEUM ( 30 Minutes)
  • OLD SOUQ
  • IRANIAN MOSQUE (PICTURE POINT)
  • DUBAI ZOO
  • MERCATO MALL
  • JUMMAIRAH PUBLIC BEACH (10 MINS)
  • WILD WADI
  • BURJ AL ARAB
  • SOUQ MADINAT JUMAIRAH
  • ATLANTIS PALM (30 MINS)
  • MALL OF EMIRATES
  • TIME SQUARE CENTER
  • DUBAI MALL(30 MINS P.SHOT OF AQUARIUM & FOUNTAINS)
  • BURJ KHALIFA ( SPECIAL PHOTO SHOT)
  • DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CENTER
  • DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTER
  • AL GHARHOUD BRIDGE
  • DAIRA CITY CENTER
  • BURJ DUBAI CREEK CORNICHE
  • EMIRATES TOWERS
  • AL BASTAKIYA


General Information About Locations

Burjuman

Burjuman Mall is the Tour start and Finishing Point, It is The Heaven of Luxury Shopping. It facilitates its visitors with variety of options which includes Concierge, Bell Service, Tourism Information, Currency Excahnge, ATM, Gift Vouchers, Gift Wraps, WI FI ZONE, Mother & Child Centre, Baby Stroller & Wheel Chair, Car Wash, Utilities and Fines Payment Machines, Prayer Room, Fitness Club along with the luxurious and Branded shops

Dubai Museum

Dubai Museum is the main museum in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is located in the Al Fahidi Fort, built in 1787 and is the oldest existing building in Dubai.
The museum was opened by the ruler of Dubai in 1971, with the aim of presenting the traditional way of life in the Emirate of Dubai. It includes local antiquities as well as artifacts from African and Asian countries that traded with Dubai. It also includes several dioramas showing life in the emirate before the advent of oil. In addition to artifacts from recent discoveries as old as 3000 B.C.
In 2007, Dubai Museum welcomed 1,800 visitors daily, with a yearly total of 611,840. In March 2008, the Museum had 80,000 visitors.In 2007, Dubai Museum welcomed 1,800 visitors daily, with a yearly total of 611,840. In March 2008, the Museum had 80,000 visitors.

Old Souq

Dubai old souk nicely and having wooden decorated entrance is a covered shopping area. Two main textile shops in Bur Dubai Souks are Meena Bazar and Rivolibut. The area is best known for its stunning array of fabrics from the Indian subcontinent. Or a good range of textile shops in a single area, head to Al Fahidi Street in Bur Dubai. It’s a good place to pick up material for your suit, shirt or skirt.

Jmeirah Mosque

Over the past ten years, the Jumeirah Mosque has become renowned as the focal point of our “Open Doors, Open Minds” programme as it is the only mosque in Dubai which is open to the public and dedicated to receiving non-Muslim guests. This mosque provides an opportunity to learn about Emirati culture and religion in a relaxed, casual and open atmosphere at this landmark mosque. The Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding hosts visits of the Grand Jumeirah Mosque every Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 10.00h.

Dubai Zoo

Dubai Zoo was originally built in 1967 by a Dubai resident by the permission of H. H. Sheikh Rashid bin Maktoum, the late Ruler of Dubai, It is still the oldest zoo in the Arabian Peninsula. The zoo houses approximately 230 animal species. among these are around 248 mammal specimens, including foxes, hyenas, pumas, lions, jaguars, chimpanzees, baboons, monkeys, deer, bears, porcupines, giraffes and Barbary sheep. Endangered species include Socotra shag or cormorant, Bengal tiger, gorilla, subspecies of grey wolf and Arabian wolf, Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica), and the indigenous Gordon’s wildcat. Bird include ostrich, golden eagle and parrots. Reptiles are represented by around 400 specimens.
**It remains closed on every Tuesday.

Mercato Mercato-Shopping-MallShopping Mall

Mercato Shopping Mall is a shopping centre in Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The mall is designed to look like a Mediterranean town during the European Renaissance in either Italy, France, or Spain. Opening in 2002, the mall cost 120 million dirhams. The name “mercato” comes from the Italian word meaning “market.” Mercato Mall is another point of attraction for its spectaculars

Jumeirah Public Beach

The public beach is the beach pretty much next door to the Burj al Arab and the Jumeirah beach hotel. The beach is white sand with a very docile water front. The views from here are spectacular. The public beach at Jumeirah boasts clean, white sand and crystal seawater, making it a popular destination with area hotel and resort guests.

Wild Wadi

Wild Wadi amusement park is currently one of the best and most popular water parks of Dubai.

Wild Wadi Dubai has been built to include an altogether 24 attractions consisting of different slides and other equipments, enabling children to have full fun time. These include surfing machines and with the second largest slide in the world. The water park has one huge pool, which is the centre of most of the fun activities and several smaller pools to ensure everyone is having fun from the smaller to the elder generation. Wadi is the symbol of peace, fun or even happiness in Dubai.

Burj Al Arab

If a seven-star designation ever existed for rating Dubai luxury hotels, the Burj Al Arab would definitely be graced with the esteemed merit. In fact, the modern architectural phenomenon towers over the Persian Gulf, taller than meets the eye. Shaped like a billowing ship’s sail.
The Burj’s name literally means Arabian Tower and was built on a small ocean island linking it to the mainland. The biggest of attractions in the entryway is the skyrocketing atrium, the tallest around the globe, rising all the way to the uppermost floors.
The Burj Al Arab in Dubai provides some of the best panoramic views of the Gulf from suites with floor to ceiling windows.

Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Souk Madinat Jumeirah is a recreation of a traditional souk, complete with narrow alleyways, authentic architecture and motorised abras. The blend of outlets is unlike anywhere else in Dubai, with boutique shops, galleries, cafes, restaurants and bars. The souk is best appreciated if you have time to walk around and enjoy the experience. During the cooler months the doors and glass walls are opened to add an alfresco element and there is shisha on offer in the courtyard. There are more than 20 waterfront cafes, bars and restaurants to choose from, including some of Dubai’s hottest night spots. There’s also the impressive Madinat Theatre, which sees international and regional artists perform everything from ballet to comedy.

Atlantis-The-Palm

The Mall of the Emirates is a shopping mall in the Al Barsha district of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Prior to the opening of the Dubai Mall (the world’s largest mall), the Mall of the Emirates was the second largest shopping mall in the Middle East.

Although it features the usual amenities for a mall (a fourteen-screen movie theatre, a gaming arena, a typical variety of stores, and a drama theatre), its biggest claim to fame is the Middle East’s first indoor ski slope, Ski Dubai. With the ski area, one of the largest in the world. The mall is connected by a Dubai Metro Station ( Mall of the Emirates Station) on the Red Line. The mall has its own substations.

Time Square Centre

Times Square Center is home to the region’s largest electronics superstore.

The center is strategically located between the 3rd and 4th interchange on Sheikh Zayed Road, with strong electronics and home furnishing offerings. With outlets ranging from kids fashion & toys, ladies fashion & accessories to electronics & home furnishings, it is a perfect family shopping destination. And the COOLEST offering of TSC would certainly be Chill out, Middle East’s first ever Ice Lounge – a unique concept wherein you step into a sub-zero environment with the walls, tables, chairs and even your own personal glass with a cool mocktail, made entirely out of ice.

Dubai Mall

The Dubai Mall offers an amazing mix of world-class shopping, dining, entertainment and leisure attractions, all designed with an eye to revolutionize the concept of the shopping malls industry. Some of the features that make The Dubai Mall the best tourist destination of Dubai include:

9 Million sq ft of prime shopping space with more than 1200 stores
Gold Souk with 220 retailers
Fashion Avenue with 70 stores dedicated to haute couture
The Address Dubai, a 5-star hotel with 244 guestrooms
Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo
An Olympic-size Ice Rink
Oasis Fountain Waterfall
WaterFront Atrium
SEGA Republic
22-screen Cineplex
120 restaurants and cafes

The Dubai Mall serves as a crowd-puller for Dubai tourism; so much so that no visit to Dubai can ever be declared complete without a trip to the famous Dubai Mall, one of the leading tourist places of Dubai.

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa known as Burj Dubai prior to its inauguration, is a skyscraper in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is currently the tallest manmade structure in the world, at 829.84 m (2,723 ft).It consists of 166 floors.

Burj Khalifa is an extraordinary union of engineering and art-the tallest tower in the world, with every detail carefully considered and beautifully crafted.

Emirates Tower

Emirates Tower set in the Heart of Dubai alongside Sheikh Zayed Road, this luxury hotel is just a few minutes walk from DIFC and Dubai Metro Station.

Jumeirah Emirates Towers located on Sheikh Zayed Road is in the centre of Dubai’s commercial business district and stands as a highly visible statement of the region’s corporate success.

Comprising of two equilateral triangles, Jumeirah Emirates Towers consists of a 350 meter Office Tower and a 305 meter Hotel Tower with 400 bedrooms, both connected by a central podium which is home to the Boulevard, a unique and prestigious shopping destination. Jumeirah Emirates Towers has been designed to cater for every possible need that a business traveler may have.

Dubai International Finance Centre

Dubai International Financial Centre is the onshore finance and business hub connecting the region to the world, and the world to the region.

Dubai World Trade Centre

At the heart of the Middle East, Dubai World Trade Centre is the region’s leading destination for exhibitions, conferences, and events.

Al Garhoud Bridge

Al Garhoud Bridge is one of four road bridges over Dubai Creek, and one of five crossing, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.The old Al Garhoud Bridge was the second bridge constructed that crossed the Creek, after Al Maktoum Bridge. The bridge opened in 1976.

Deira City Centre

Deira City Centre Mall: There are plenty of bargains to be had at this mall, with Forever 21, Topshop and loads more high-street names on offer. Carrefour is the place to go for weekly groceries, or, if you get tired of shopping, you can always have a meal at one of the restaurants and catch a movie at the Cinestar cinema. Five minute walking distance from the station.

Bur Dubai Creek Corniche

Bur Dubai Corniche is a wonderful place to see the old Dhows and the lively trade of fresh spices and other needful things.

Al-Bastakiya

The old Bastakiya district is a step back in time to the days before electricity and air-conditioning, where traditional courtyard houses were cooled by wind towers.