8 places to explore in Dubai for less than Dh50
Posted on: 29 January 2019 by Razik Ali
Dubai is the finest place and best choice for your vacation when you think to explore a new city with lots of modern and traditional places, amazing architecture, the tallest building in the world, beaches, deserts, adventures, amusement parks and so on.
During winter, tourists all over the world flock to Dubai to explore the marvels of the city. Though it is expensive, there are many experiences in Dubai that can be sought under Dh 50 with an amazing Dubai City tour.
Given below are places that can be explored in Dubai sightseeing places for less than Dh 50.
Located in Zabeel Park, Dubai Frame is the latest landmark that offers unparalleled views of old and new Dubai. Located at the foot of the Frame is a museum that immerses visitors in the rich history of Dubai. As you advance to the top, there are two towers that are connected by a bridge, whose interiors made of 25sqm glass panel offers sweeping views below the feet and an illusion that you are walking on thin air. You also have a swirl tunnel in this Frame that is like a time-travel machine that will transport you to a futuristic Dubai based on pure imagination. The ticket costs Dh 50 for adults and Dh 20 for children.
An iconic park spread over 119 acres is home to over 2500 animals of 250 species. Your family can take a stroll around this park, see the different wildlife and listen to the birds chirp. Visitors can have close encounters with these animals in an open exhibit through 4 villages African, Asian, Arabian and open Safari Village. Based on the place of origin, the animals and birds are segregated into villages. You can have a get a close glimpse of flamingos, rhinos, white lions, snakes, owls, gorillas, crocodiles and many more. You have drive –thru exhibits of Hippopotamus, tiger, orangutan and first Moon bear. Open all around the year, the tickets cost Dh 50 for adults and Dh 20 for kids.
One of the must do things on every visitor`s list is to watch the light and music show at the Dubai Fountain. Dubai Fountain set on a 30 acre man-made Burj Khalifa Lake is the world`s second largest choreographed fountain system. To have a closer look at the Fountain, the organizers have set up a Fountain Broadwalk and the closest point at the Broadwalk is the floating platform on the Burj Lake to give you a truly magical experience. a new perspective of the captivating performances. The tickets cost around Dh 20.
Dubai Water Canal
You can cruise in the Abra for an hour from BurDubai in the Creekside with Dubai`s skyline as the backdrop. Your cruising the waters by taking the Abra can cost you around Dh 25 per hour.
Visit the Dubai Museum located at Al Fahidi Fort to know the history of UAE before the discovery of oil.
Dubai Miracle Garden
Visit this incredible garden which is home to more than 50 million blooming flowers. It is the biggest flower garden in the world spread over 72,000 sq meters. The ticket costs around Dh 45.
See the famous seal and dolphin show at the Dubai Dolphinarium and the ticket costs around Dh 50.
Visit Saruq Al Hadid Archaeology Museum built in 1928 that gives information about the remote desert site that has been a centre for metalworking 3000 years ago. Located in Shindagha Heritage District of Dubai, the ticket cost to see this hidden archaeological site comes with a price of Dh 20 for adults and Dh 10 for children.