Are you a couple on honeymoon or visiting Dubai for a company trip or are you the first single woman to travel to Dubai? And confused, where will I be? What to bring on your first trip to Dubai? Well, well, I have a Dubai travel guidebook for first-timers, I’ll tell you where to stay, what to do, and top tips for your first visit to the golden city. So here I present to you. The ultimate Dubai travel itinerary for first-time visitors.
Travel to Dubai
If you have a Dubai visa ready, that’s fine. You can now apply for a visa online through the e-Visa system. Dubai e-Visa online You can apply for a Dubai Visa online from the comfort of your home.
Before going through Dubai’s tourist attractions, we need to first look at the important papers and what is the best flight to Dubai. Get everything ready!
- Erase the color scan of the first and last pages of your passport.
- Scan color images.
- Air ticket confirmation
- Hotel reservation details.
2. Tickets and flights
You can book your flight tickets online at Dubai E Visa. The cheapest months to travel to Dubai are July, August, September, and February.
We are in Dubai!
So now we have finally made it to Dubai. Now the question arises, where will you be? And how to travel to Dubai? Okay, here’s your travel guide.
Now when we come to Dubai we need to find your place to stay? This is the area of Dubai where you will find the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Fountain, so you can stay here and also enjoy a breathtaking view. If you want to enjoy a beach setting with the best amenities, then Jumeirah Beach Area. Burj Khalifa is not too far, it will take you about 20-30 minutes to reach Burj Khalifa. You can also find the best beachfront hotels in Dubai Marina Area and Palm Area. You can also stay in an urban hotel in Dubai.
3. Ways to travel
The cheapest and best way to get around in Dubai is by going by Dubai Metro, Metro going to destinations like Dubai Mall,
Dubai Marina and Gold Sock. You can also take the Dubai Tram or the Palm Monorail. You need to buy a Nol card that can be used for buses, trams, and taxis. If you’re looking for something adventurous, you can rent ferrari roma a luxury car in Dubai and travel on your own. You must have a driver’s license, passport, and visa for this.
4. Tourist spots
We looked for a place to stay and prepared our tube cards, but first, we had to find the main tourist attractions for the trip. Dubai is an exciting and unexpected place, you will find countless places to visit in Dubai. So I will tell you some places that you must visit in Dubai. The fun begins!
How about going to Dubai without visiting the Burj Khalifa? Your journey is incomplete without a visit to the Burj Khalifa. Burj Khalifa is the tallest skyscraper in the world with a height of about 828 meters and 100 stories. The total construction cost of the building is about 1.5 and a half billion and was built by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The admission fee for adults at Burj Khalifa is around INR 5970.64 per person, the fee for children under 12 is INR 3222.25, and free for children under 4 years old.
Located in the heart of Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall is the second-largest shopping mall in the world. This mall is built on a huge space of about 5,400,000 square feet This mall is one of the most interesting places on the planet, like any other activity you can’t do in this. In 2019, more than 84 million people visited here.
The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo is home to more than 300 species of marine animals, resp
Hysteria is a haunting theme revolving around a child who mysteriously goes missing.
Dubai Dino A 7-meter-long fossil of the species Dubai Dinoosystemocus.
Kidzania is an amusement park for children
Built on Khalifa Lake in the heart of the city, the Dubai Fountain has some incredible water estimates, including around 6,600 lights and 25 water projectors. The fountain serves music and light on weekends from 6 pm to 10 pm and on weekends from 6 pm to 11 pm. Really amazing …
The Souk or Arab Market is one of the best places to learn about Arabic culture. Dira, the heart of Dubai, has the most soaking tubs, of which the most visited are Gold Soak, Perfume Souk, Textile Souk, and Spice Soak. God …
If you want to see the traditional life of the people of Dubai, you must visit the Dubai Museum. Here you can find artifacts and models depicting the traditional life of the UAE people. It is located at Al Fahidi Fort, which you can get here by Dubai Metro. Entrance fee AED3.
Dubai Saltwater Creek separates the two districts into Dira and Bur Dubai. The old-style buildings here introduce us to the Arab culture. The creek is known as the Zara River and is a source of the gold and spice trade. The ticket price is Dh5 for adults and free for children under 2 years old.
As the name suggests, this place is a complete miracle. There are more than 45 million flowers in this place. It was opened on Valentine’s Day 2013, every year you will see different flower structures. This is one of the best places for you to rest among the blooming flowers after a tiring trip. Fares are round AED 40 for adults and AED 30 for children aged 12 to 3. Admission is free for children with disabilities and 2 years old.