TOP 5 places to visit in Dubai during summer

Why is Dubai worth visiting in summer? 

Dubai's population is mostly made up of expats and the majority of them head home during summer. Ultra-modern architecture, exotic and lively nightlife, magnificent bird-eye views of the beautiful skylines – you'll have the city to yourself. 

Burj Khalifa

It is the landmark building and is also tangible proof of Dubai's growing role in a changing world. The staggering bird-eye views from the 124th floor are an experience of a lifetime, with the desert covering one side and the turquoise blue ocean on the other. Emaar Properties PJSC is the Master Developer of Burj Khalifa and is also one of the largest real estate companies in the world. 

Location: 1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd - Downtown Dubai - Dubai 

Burj Al Arab

The Burj Al Arab is an icon of luxury and splendor of the Emirates. It is the fourth tallest hotel  in the world, which is 14m taller than the Eiffel Tower and only 60m shorter than the Empire State building. The only way to visit Burj Al Arab (if you are not staying in one of its suites) is to have a reservation in one of its restaurants or bars.

Location: Umm Suqeim 3 - Dubai

Jumeirah Beach

An extensive white sandy beach located on the banks of Persian Gulf, the Jumeirah Beach is one of the top locations to sit back and relax while basking in the sun. With a series of exotic hotels lined up throughout the road leading to the beach, world-class facilities and majestic sunset views at the beach make for a picture-perfect destination. 

Location: Jumeirah - Dubai

The Mall Of The Emirates

This mall has over 630 brands across 233,467 sqm. It offers fun attractions and activities such as Magic Planet, VOX Cinemas, and Ski Dubai, plus more than 100 dining and cafe options. Besides that, there are two 5-star hotels in the Mall of Emirate – the Kempinski Hotel and Sheraton.

Location: Sheikh Zayed Rd - Al Barsha - Al Barsha 1 - Dubai 

Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House

The Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House is one of the oldest buildings in the city. The erstwhile royal residence, where the ruling family of Dubai once resided, has been converted into a well-known museum that’s home to artefacts, paintings, photographs and other historical items, showing a unique glimpse into the historic past of the charming emirate.

Location: 779R+72F - Al Fahidi, Dubai