Being one of the safest cities in the world, where everyone can find something new and interesting, Dubai is happy to welcome travelers who come to the city again. Experienced tourists often look for unusual urban routes that were not possible to explore during the first visit.
Where to stay?
Glamping Sonara Camp is located in the heart of the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve. Those who like to be alone with nature and watch the sunset in the desert will certainly like it here. For active guests, Sonara Camp has an activity program that includes archery and sandboarding.
The Sedr Trailers Resort in the mountainous enclave of Hatta is a camping park consisting of 13 spacious and modern trailers with all the amenities, including air conditioning, WiFi, a barbecue area and a cafe. Tourists looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city can take in views of Hatta while exploring hiking, biking and kayaking trails.
Newly opened boutique hotel 25hours Hotel One Central, decorated in an avant-garde style, offers guests to rent a MINI Cooper car for a city tour. In addition, 25hours One Central provides guests with a co-working space, a music lounge with vinyl records, and a pottery.
What to see?
History and culture lovers should visit visit the old city where you can find traditional markets and taste authentic Arabic dishes. Tourists will have the opportunity to walk along the winding streets and book a private abra boat tour to admire the views of the old city from afar.
Guests of the emirate can continue their walk in the historical district of Al Fahidi, where the Center for Cultural Cooperation is located. Sheikh Mohammed (SMCCU) where visitors learn about Arab, Emirati and Islamic culture during a traditional meal.
The recently opened Museum of the Future is the only museum in the world that focuses on the future rather than the past. The museum houses exhibitions and installations on ecosystems, bioengineering, health, wellness and spirituality, and the potential for exploration of space resources.
Diving enthusiasts can practice their skills in the deepest pool in the world at Deep Dive Dubai, which holds 14 million liters of water and an entire sunken city. Deep Dive Dubai is suitable for both novice and professional divers as it offers courses for beginners, freediving and scuba diving.
Where to spend time?
3Fils Restaurant, recently named Best in the Middle East and North Africa by The World's 50 Best, is located in Jumeirah. The sea view pairs wonderfully with modern Asian cuisine with Japanese influences. Despite the gourmet menu (salmon carpaccio, wagyu beef, sushi and grilled octopus), 3Fils is known for its relaxed atmosphere.
For those who follow a healthy lifestyle, the SEVA wellness center has created a vegetarian cafe in the middle of a quiet zen -garden. Because the focus here is on health, the food is free of gluten, sugar, dairy, and artificial additives. Yoga, meditation and sound therapy classes are offered at SEVA's main villa.
Maisan 15 Restaurant serves healthy breakfasts and lunches in a relaxed atmosphere with cozy American diner-style booths. Visitors intent on popping in for a quick bite or coffee to go spend hours here listening to old vinyl records.
The Farm Organic Bistro invites visitors to immerse themselves in the green oasis of Al Barari, this botanical cafe is surrounded by lush lawns and tropical plants. The Farm serves international, European and Thai cuisine.