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10 Cool Things to do in Dubai

Tuesday, August 23, 2016
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Dubai is cooling down and that means the season is about to hit sky rocket! The best season in Dubai is about to start and we are about to countdown the greatest and latest things to do right here in Dubai, whether it involves places to eat in Dubai or places to visit in Dubai!

Here are the latest 10 cool things to do in Dubai this upcoming season!

By Dana El-Kalache 

 


 

 

1.       Visit Fume, a casual homegrown neighborhood eatery, serving wholesome food from around the world. Make sure to leave space for dessert as they offer the trendiest and most mouthwatering desserts in town. Conveniently located in Manzil Downtown with beautiful views of Burj Khalifa.

Fume Dubai

 

2.       Get an Adrenaline rush as you ride the waves of the Gulf on a Wakeboard and feast your eyes on the beautiful views of both Dubai Marina and The Palm Jumeirah’s skyline.

Wakeboard Evolution

 

3.       For Fitness fanatics that are reluctant to break their workout routine, experience an Aerial Yoga class at A-Tone Fitness Lounge  or a Barre Class at Physique 57 .

Aerial Yoga Class at A-Tone Fitness

 

4.       Enjoy a day at Kite Beach, the best public beach in Dubai with views of Burj Al Arab. The strip attracts many Kite surfers, who are fun to watch, and you can enjoy fine burgers from Salt’s food truck around the corner & a refreshingly cold pretzel latte from Grind Coffee.

Grind Coffee

 

5.       Food Truck Concepts and Pit Stops are taking Dubai by storm! Hangry Hangar is an indoor pop-up food truck park that features scrumptious street style food from local & independent outlets in the city. If you’re up for an outdoor experience, The Last Exit is also a great foodie destination.

 

6.       Al Serkal is a must visit if you are looking to experience Dubai’s artsy, creative side. Home to a variety art galleries, cultural spaces (Nadi Al Qouz – the latest pop up), & cafes.

 

7.       Re-energize with a cup of coffee from Espresso Lab in Jumeira or Gold Box Roastery  in Al Quoz. Nothing tastes as good as specialty coffee!

 

8.       Sit outside, between the Abras and the old souks at Creekside Café, and get a taste of Old Dubai’s charm.

Dubai Creekside Cafe

 

9.      Get pampered at the One & Only Spa and disconnect from the city at their stunning pool. Catch the sunset, seaside, at 101 Dining Lounge & Bar.

 

10.    Dine in Cipriani DIFC – A little venice in the heart of Dubai, Cipriani’s concept is to “Serve others as you would want to be served yourself”. Make sure you book your table, it is usually booked every day of the week.

Cipriani Dubai DIFC

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One comment

  1. Jishma says:

    Have been hearing about the food truck concept at Dubai …. seemsvery interesting … Something that we do not have in Qatar

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