Dubai is known for its lavish hotels, towering skyscrapers, and luxury shopping malls, but there is more to
the city than meets the eye. According to Bader Anwahi, CEO of the Public Facilities Agency at Dubai Municipality,
there are several hidden gems in the city that tourists and residents alike should explore. In this blog post, we’ll
take a look at five must-visit places in Dubai’s that you may not have heard of before.
The Dubai’s Frame is an iconic golden-colored rectangular structure that offers visitors an uninterrupted view of the city.
Located at a height of 48 floors, it has a glass walkway that provides mesmerizing views of the city.
At the Dubai Frame attraction, galleries provide visitors with a window into both the history and future of Dubai.
In 2022, over 1.5 million people visited the Dubai’s Frame, making it a popular attraction in the city.
Dubai Safari Park:
Dubai’s Safari Park is home to around 3,000 animals living on a 119-hectare site.
dubai’s Visitors can explore the African Village, Arabian Desert Safari, and Asian Village to learn about
different cultures and species of animals. They can also get up close and personal with animals through
various experiences such as giraffe feeding, rhino feeding, and bird shows.
According to Bader, the city’s pond parks are hidden gems that many people overlook.
These parks have walkways, fountains, and sometimes little markets that support local entrepreneurs.
Pond parks are located in Al Barsha, Al Nahda, Al Qusais 3rd and Al Qouz, Al Khawaneej 1st, and they have a large body of water around which the park is built.
Umm Suqeim Beach is a popular destination for tourists and residents. It offers various water sports,
opportunities to swim, long walkways, and eateries serving various cuisines.
According to Bader, the beaches of Dubai’s are about to get even better with the introduction of Instagrammable
spots on beaches, making it a perfect location for photography enthusiasts.
Mushrif Park is a favorite among nature lovers.
The park features 50 kilometers of cycling tracks, categorized into easy, moderate, and difficult courses, which cater to both professional and recreational cyclists. There are pump tracks and skills areas for those wishing to practice tricks and prepare for more grueling rides. Bader encourages families to head down to Mushrif Park to check out the tracks.
In conclusion, Dubai has much more to offer beyond its luxurious lifestyle. Exploring these hidden gems can
provide tourists and residents alike with a new perspective on the city.
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