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Dubai Frequently Asked Questions

  • The best time to visit Dubai is from November to March when the weather is cooler and more comfortable for outdoor activities.
  • Visitors from many countries can obtain a visa on arrival in Dubai, typically valid for 30 days. It’s important to check the latest visa requirements based on your nationality before traveling.
  • Top attractions include the Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Mall, Dubai Fountain, the Palm Jumeirah, and the Dubai Marina.
  • Consider visiting Dubai Aquarium, KidZania, LEGOLAND Dubai, and the numerous waterparks like Aquaventure Waterpark.

Popular day trips include visits to Abu Dhabi to see the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, a desert safari in the Arabian Desert, and exploring the mountain town of Hatta.

Dress modestly in public areas. It’s respectful to cover shoulders and knees, though in tourist areas and resorts, the dress code is more relaxed.

Dubai’s public transport system includes the Metro, buses, and trams, which are efficient and tourist-friendly. Taxis and ride-sharing services are also readily available.

Alcohol is available in licensed venues such as hotels, bars, and private clubs. It is illegal to drink in public or to be publicly drunk.

Explore the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, visit the Coffee Museum, or relax in the lesser-known Al Mamzar Beach Park.

Visit the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, enjoy a traditional meal, or take a heritage tour through the older parts of the city.

Visit the Dubai Mall for luxury shopping, explore the Souk Madinat Jumeirah for traditional goods, or bargain in the historic Gold and Spice Souks.

Jumeirah Beach, Kite Beach, and Al Mamzar Beach Park are excellent for relaxation and water sports.

Dubai boasts a vibrant nightlife with numerous bars, nightclubs, and live entertainment venues, primarily in hotels.

  • Dubai is one of the safest cities globally, with low crime rates but follow usual travel precautions.

Visit the Dubai Museum, Al Fahidi Fort, and Etihad Museum to learn about Dubai’s history.


Many restaurants offer vegetarian and vegan menus, and dishes like hummus, tabbouleh, and falafel are widely available.

Enjoy a private yacht tour, a desert safari in a luxury 4×4, or dine at underwater restaurants like Ossiano.

Participate in eco-tours, visit sustainable developments like The Sustainable City, or use Dubai’s efficient public transport system.

Take advantage of free public beaches, visit free attractions like the Dubai Fountain, and dine at budget-friendly eateries.

Don’t miss the Dubai Shopping Festival, Dubai Food Festival, and the Dubai International Film Festival.

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