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Dubai Shore Excursions
Dubai Creek and Creekside Park
Dubai Creek, which divides Dubai’s Deira and Bur Dubai areas, is a saltwater waterway that is always hectic with boats sailing between Dubai and Arabia, India and East Africa. Catch a water taxi for a trip up the Creek and back. Then saunter along the creekside promenade, which connects the waters of the Gulf and attractive Creekside Park. Here you will discover mini-golf, gardens, fishing piers and a cafe.
The Dubai Museum is located in the Al Fahidi Fort, built long ago to protect against invasion by pirates. Now it shows the traditions, culture and history of Dubai. You’ll get an insight into the desert world. The museum's galleries recreate mosques, souks, traditional Arab houses, pearl diving and date farms.
Situated on the south waterfront of Dubai Creek.
Even if you are not considering to purchase, a tour of the dazzling Gold Souk is a must-do. The stores stock vast quantities of platinum, diamonds, silver, precious gems and gold. It’s a good idea to haggle. Along the streets of the gold souk, each store display is crammed with gold necklaces, bracelets, rings, watches and earrings. Prices are highly competitive. Sited on the northern side of Dubai creek.
Burj Al Arab hotel
The fantastic Burj Al Arab is the highlight of the Dubai coastline. It’s seven star rating may be outrageous, however nobody would deny its amazing outline.
The only way to visit without booking a room is to reserve a table at one of its costly restaurants. One idea is the amazing Aquarium restaurant, for an experience you will never forget.
Al Mamzar Park
Al Mamzar is an extensive park with stunning beaches backed by trees.
Facilities cafes, lifeguards, toilets, showers, picnic tables and play area.
Wednesdays are reserved for children and women.
About two miles north-east of the cruise port area.