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Things to do in Dubai from Alan's blog

Despite all the prohibitions of the emirate, there is plenty of fun in Dubai.

The best beach clubs with pools and perfect infrastructure

Joumana Beach Club  at Jebel Ali Golf Resort & Spa. Here you will find fine clean sand and green gardens, three swimming pools and a water sports complex. Entrance costs 180-220 AED, depending on the day of the week (children under 4 years old - free, from 12 years old - with a 50% discount).

One & Only Royal Mirage  is a kilometer-long private beach for active water sports enthusiasts. Located on Al Sufouh Road, entrance costs AED 250, but reservations must be made.

Habtoor Grand Beach  on site. There is a swimming pool, a bar, slides for kids, and the opportunity to go in for water sports. Also on site is a wonderful Italian restaurant. Entrance price - 175 AED.

You can also visit free city beaches, just keep in mind that they can be crowded there.

Also, be sure to visit:

  • Indoor ski resort in Dubai Mall with snow town and real slopes.

  • The Al-Mamzar complex on an artificial peninsula has the most delicate beach sand, a huge well-groomed green park, playgrounds for children, a wooden fortress, cafes and restaurants. Come with the whole family for the whole day!

  • Jumeirah Beach Park, imitating a luxurious oasis. In stock - bright greenery, hills and plains, wonderful beaches, bars and cafes.

What are the other adult entertainment options in Dubai besides therent a buggy in dubai? Perhaps knowing  About AE  - a Muslim country, do you think that there is no night life there is here. However, this is not the case, on the contrary, the city is one of the most favorite places for "club" party-goers. Even just walking through Dubai at night, you will see many burning signs.

However, keep in mind that  nightlife in Dubai  is not always alcohol. The consumption of alcoholic beverages by tourists is allowed, but not in public places, and alcohol will not be offered in every restaurant or cafe.

In addition, nightlife venues stop working at a maximum of three in the morning, and even earlier during fasting and Muslim holidays. Single men may have problems accessing the club, while girls, on the contrary, often enjoy privileges - from free admission to discounts on cocktails.

Speaking of Dubai nightclubs, the following should be mentioned:

Cavalli  - The face control at the entrance is very tight and the entrance costs a lot, but inside you will find incredibly stylish design and luxurious sound.

Nasimi  Beach  (near the Atlantis hotel) is a beach club where the best musicians of the planet perform and the brightest parties take place.

Budda  Bar  (Grosvenor House Dubai) is a bar-restaurant open at night and attracting fans of a quiet pastime. It is part of a network operating all over the world and is considered to be one of the most stylish bars in the city.

When going to nightlife, keep in mind that even the most democratic of them have a minimum dress code: in shorts and sandals, the entrance is open only to beach clubs.



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