• 5 Days / 4 Nights
  • Dubai



Morning: It would be best to arrive at Dubai International Airport (DXB) in the evening to get the most
out of your vacation. Hotels are one of Dubai’s great talents. A stay in any one of the hotels would be
not only comfortable but also luxurious. Any of the hotels owned by the Jumeirah Group would be
excellent options. Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before you head off for your first Dubai adventure!

  • Duration : 5 Days / 4 Nights 
  • Price : 35,000/per person

Day 1: The Burj Khalifa

Morning: It would be best to arrive at Dubai International Airport (DXB) in the evening to get the most
out of your vacation. Hotels are one of Dubai’s great talents. A stay in any one of the hotels would be
not only comfortable but also luxurious. Any of the hotels owned by the Jumeirah Group would be
excellent options. Enjoy breakfast at your hotel before you head off for your first Dubai adventure!

Afternoon: Start off with the most obvious sights in the city. One of Dubai’s shining attractions is its
stunning and seemingly inconceivable architecture. And one of the first things tourists need to do when
they head to this impressive city is to check out its two iconic structures that stand like beacons in the
desert: the Burj Khalifa and Burj al Arab. Lucky for tourists, one of the main Dubai tourist attractions are
these two buildings, and there are plenty of guided tours that help give the tourists what they want. One
Day 1, take the on Burj Khalifa Observation Deck in order to get a jaw-dropping view from the tallest
building in the world which is a hotel, a residence, a mall, a spa, and a restaurant/bar. There are also
combination tickets that include a tour of the aquarium in the Dubai Mall (more on that later). It’s good
to get a daytime view of the city dwarfed by its king tower.

Evening: Head to the Burj al Arab, a dhow boat-shaped building alongside the coastline. It will be about a
20 minute drive from downtown and Burj Khalifa. Not only is it an amazing structure, but the Burj al Arab
is also a 7 star hotel. Go for dinner in this amazing hotel with a selection of Arab and international food
of the highest quality and enjoy great views of the sea. Book a dinner and perhaps, since you’re on
holiday, even an overnight stay or a spa day!
You can’t leave Dubai without checking out these two incredible mascots of the city, and the first day is a
great day to check them off your tourism list.

Day 2: Dubai Mall Day

That’s right. has the biggest mall in the world—no surprise there. has around 1,200 shops ranging
from Zara to the Hershey Store, and it also contains excellent restaurants and a massive aquarium, an ice
rink, and an indoor skiing resort entitled Ski Dubai. Crazy, right?
This is a great way to spend a day because there is plenty to do and to see. This Dubai shopping
experience is like no other.

Morning: Eat breakfast in any of the Dubai Mall restaurants, choosing from a range of cuisine from
American to Japanese to Arabian. It would be a good idea to enjoy a meal by the Dubai Mall Fountain,
which is a great Dubai tourism spot. The fountain does a light and music show every hour.

Afternoon: In the center of the mall, the Dubai Aquarium is slightly visible from the outside, but one
gets access to all levels if they get a ticket. Depending on what kind of tour you want, a ticket will be
about $30 US dollars. is an incredible place for ski lovers. They can still experience the slopes even in the
middle of a desert. Buy a pass to get full access to the park as well as winter clothes! If you up your
package, it will also include a visit with the Ski Dubai penguins! Penguins and the Middle East? Seems like
an oxymoron.

Evening: Grab dinner and drinks in the Souk attached to the Dubai Mall. It’s a swanky version of an
Arabian style souk (market) with shops, restaurants, and classy bars.

Day 3: Dubai Top Attractions:

Dubai is a city of extremes. Whose idea was it to BUILD an entire island? From the air, the island
looks like a palm tree spreading its fronds with an outside land barrier
encircling the “tree”. To locals and residents, it is simply called the Palm. This
is an area of luxury with beautiful housing as well as fancy bars and amazing hotels. At the very tip of the
Palm is located the Atlantis Hotel, arguably the most beautiful hotel in Dubai.

Morning: If you’ve been lucky enough to arrive at the right time, you would be wise to book an alcohol
brunch at Saffron Restaurant on the Palm in the Atlantis Hotel. Tickets are about $150 dollars, and it
includes a variety of unlimited cuisines and unlimited alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. It’s a great
way to enjoy the hotel, the sea views, and have a great time. So, grab some breakfast, put on your best
outfit and take a taxi to Atlantis.

Afternoon: The brunch takes place in Saffron restaurant in the afternoons at 12:30. It’s definitely one of
the top 10 things to do in Dubai for 21-40 somethings, and also one of the classiest brunches in the city.
Or if you’re not a brunching type, book a ticket to the , a popular Dubai attraction,for a full day pass to
one of the best waterparks in the world. Also, take a dip in the ocean on the beautiful beaches and
bath-like water and maybe even book a kayaking tour between the fronds. And, if you’re more of a
thrill-seeker, Skydive Dubai is one of the most popular spots for tourists.

Basic package tickets are about 550 US dollars. But, if that’s too intense,
but you like the height, then definitely check out the Dubai helicopter tour with . It’ll give you a bird’s eye
view of the city without the risks.

Evening: It’s been a busy day, so head back to your hotel and enjoy the spa facilities to simply relax and
prepare for the next two days!

Day 4: Do the Desert Safari

No one comes to Dubai WITHOUT going on a desert safari. This is another one of the top 10 things to do
in Dubai. It’s also reminds tourists that there a desert out there. The shiny buildings, ice rinks, luxurious
hotels, and ski slopes can distract from the sandy dunes. But, the beauty of the desert should not be
neglected. Watching the sun set over the desert and seeing its peachy glow spread from dune to dune, is
one sight not worth missing.

Morning: A includes “dune-bashing” with a 4×4, camel-riding, henna tattoos, a belly-dancing show, and
a dinner (It should preferably be booked before the vacation). A dune-bashing driver will pick you and
your group up from any hotel that you wish in the late morning.

Afternoon: It will be about a 45 minute to an hour drive to the desert destination. Dune-bashing is in a
protected vehicle with an experienced driver. Once he arrives in the desert, he deflates his wheels, and
away you go flying from dune to dune, sliding around, going down hills, and sliding over the sandy
surface. It’s a bumpy ride but it’s super exciting and still safe! And, the driver stops in the middle of the
desert in order to take group pictures.

Evening: Then, as the sun is setting, he returns you the encampment, where there is camel riding, henna
tattoo artists, and then dinner and a show! Enjoy a belly-dancing show among other acrobatic feats
along with an Arabian style meal. It’s a great way to enjoy the desert life. Tickets are about 50 dollars.

Day 5: Dubai Beach + Nightlife

Morning: Don’t forget that Dubai is a beach city. You can feel it in the salty breeze and the bright sun.
The beaches of this Arabian city are absolutely pristine and tourists can gain quality beach access
through their hotel or another if they pay a small fee. A great beach choice is in 3Jumeirah Beach
Residence (JBR) (taxi drivers will know what you mean).

Afternoon: Spend the afternoon soaking up the sun and even enjoying the inflatable “water park” out on
the water.

Evening: Dubai tourism is growing because of all of the things there are to do and nightlife is no
exception. As a general rule with a few outliers, bars, clubs, and restaurants that serve alcohol are only
located in hotels. So, almost every hotel, especially high class hotels, will have either a club or restaurant
or bar. One of the best bar spots for outsiders is in the Marina in the Le Meridien Mina Seyahi hotel.
It’s a half indoor/half outdoor tiki-type bar right on the beach. Not only is it a general bar and
restaurant, but it is also the location for concerts, party events, and sporting matches. All of the expats
head out here on the weekends. Another great spot is the in the Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel. It’s a
swanky bar on the 52nd floor with floor to ceiling windows that reveal incredible views of the sea and
the Marina. Lastly, if you’re into dancing, there are plenty of places to go. Brunches are a great place for
dancing, but if you’re more of an evening nightclub type, Dubai has lots of options. Movida in Downtown
Dubai is an amazing club with a VIP feel and great music. For Movida and for most clubs and bars in
Dubai, there is a bit of a dress code, so don’t forget those heels!

The nightlife is so incredibly varied in Dubai that places to go range from hookah bars to swanky
nightclubs to Irish pubs. You will not be lost for ideas of places to go in this happenin’ city.So, there’s
Dubai, done and dusted in a total of 5 days using this Dubai itinerary. Allow look to be your Dubai
travel guide to help you to experience this historic, exhilarating, and snazzy city. Forget about Paris
and London and Amsterdam–it’s Dubai time.
It’s always hard to say goodbye to Dubai…