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Explore, Eat and Experience all round in Dubai. 9 things you need to know before going on a charter trip to Dubai.


Museum of the Future: This architecturally jaw-dropping, immersive destination showcases the future of science and technology. Step into the worlds of AI, augmented reality, and more across entire floor themes spanning space travel and living, climate change, and health and wellness.

Burj Khalifa SKY: Take an express elevator above the cloud line with a trip to At the Top on the 124th and 125th floors of Burj Khalifa. The elevated VIP SKY Lounge experience includes access to the 360-degree view observatories along with a personalised tour and signature refreshments.

Dubai Opera: An architectural icon and dynamic arts and music hub in the vibrant Downtown Dubai district, the annual calendar of music and dance spectacles ranges from classic opera and pop concerts to ballet and theatre productions. Or book a guided tour for backstage access.


Michelin star dining: The city’s eclectic dining scene currently boasts a trio of two Michelin star venues. Yannick Alléno’s Stay restaurant at One & Only The Palm; Il Ristorante – Niko Romito at Bvlgari Resort; and Trèsind Studio at St. Regis Gardens deliver exquisitely multicultural French, Italian and Indian cuisine.

Fine dining by the beach: Dubai’s chic beach club scene features international favourites such as the perennially popular Nikki Beach while WHITE Beach at Alantis, The Palm is a newer addition, serving superb seafood and Mediterranean cuisine. Mykonos vibes are found at Nammos at Four Seasons, Jumeirah for exceptional day to night fun.

Local flavour: Discover Emirati culinary delights like Bedouin styled ouzi and machboos at Aseelah Restaurant in Deira. Nestled in the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood, Local House is known for its camel burgers and camel milk ice cream; while Neem Tree Lounge in DIFC offers a contemporary culinary take on local flavours.


Discover the desert: Dune safaris are a must-do but add a heritage element with an excursion to Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve in a vintage 1950s Land Rover. This is a unique opportunity to spot native wildlife like the Arabian oryx, see falcons in flight; and relax over dinner in an authentic Bedouin camp.

Unwind body and mind: A 2023 World Spa Awards winner, head to AWAKEN at Atlantis, The Palm for a locally inspired desert sand and date sugar treatment, or Anantara Spa World Islands Dubai Resort for a heavenly couples’ ritual. The Pearl Spa at Four Seasons Resort Dubai also picks up on Middle Eastern influences with its pure oud radiance facial.

Hit the water: Get your adrenaline thrills on at watersports hotspots across the city. Shoot up into the air on the flyboard or get a full workout with a wakeboarding or wakesurfing session. Kite Beach is the place to catch a wave and the breeze while JBR at the other end of town is where the Seabreacher fans hang out.

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