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Must-Visit Dubai Attractions Ready to Reopen for Visitors as Summer Winds Down

Popular attractions in Dubai are scheduled to reopen as the summer comes to a close

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Sadaf Hasan
Sadaf Hasan
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UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: As the scorching summer heat in Dubai gradually makes way for cooler temperatures, the city comes alive with many exciting attractions reopening their doors to visitors.

Dubai, the dazzling desert oasis known for its futuristic skyline, luxurious lifestyle, and endless entertainment options, never ceases to amaze its visitors. The city undergoes a magical seasonal shift, bringing a genuine enchantment as the country unveils captivating attractions to savour its delightful winter.

Must-visit attractions reopening at the end of summer in Dubai

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Dubai Miracle Garden:

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Dubai Miracle Garden, the world’s largest natural flower garden, is a delightful and picturesque attraction that reopens as the summer heat eases. This enchanting garden features over 150 million flowers arranged in stunning designs and sculptures. 

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Strolling through this floral wonderland is a tranquil and Instagram-worthy experience, making it perfect for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.

Desert Safaris:

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Dubai’s desert safaris are an adventure like no other. As the temperature drops, the vast desert becomes more inviting for thrill-seekers. You can experience the adrenaline rush of dune bashing in a 4×4, sandboarding down the golden dunes, and even enjoying a traditional Arabian barbecue under the stars. The desert comes alive in the cooler months, making this an ideal time to experience the allure of the Arabian sands.

Global Village:

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Global Village is a cultural and entertainment extravaganza that takes place annually in the UAE city. This diverse, open-air attraction is a melting pot of cultures worldwide. Visitors can explore pavilions representing different countries, each offering a unique blend of food, shopping, and entertainment. 

From shopping for exotic souvenirs to savouring delicious international cuisines, Global Village is a global bazaar right in the heart of the city. It reopens at the end of summer, promising a delightful journey around the world.

Dubai Garden Glow:

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Dubai Garden Glow is a mesmerizing blend of art, nature, and technology. It is located in Zabeel Park and features intricate light installations, glowing animals, and a magical garden filled with illuminated structures. 

This family-friendly attraction aims to educate and entertain while celebrating the wonders of nature. As the summer heat subsides, Garden Glow reopens its doors, offering an enchanting experience for all ages.

Hatta Resorts:

For those seeking an escape from the city, Hatta Resorts is a serene oasis nestled in the Hajar Mountains. This destination offers a refreshing change of scenery with its cool mountain air, picturesque landscapes, and a range of outdoor activities. 

You can kayak on Hatta Dam, mountain biking, or simply relax in luxurious accommodations. Hatta Resorts provides the perfect respite from the summer heat, and nature enthusiasts eagerly await its reopening.

Ski Dubai:

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While Dubai is known for its scorching summers, Ski Dubai provides a surreal escape to a winter wonderland right in the heart of the desert. This indoor ski resort in the Mall of the Emirates offers snow enthusiasts the chance to ski, snowboard, or simply play in the snow.

With temperatures kept at a chilly -4 degrees Celsius, it’s the perfect way to beat the heat and enjoy a snowy adventure, making it an enjoyable year-round attraction.

Al Fahidi historic neighborhood:

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For a glimpse into Dubai’s rich history and heritage, the Al Fahidi Historic Neighborhood is a must-visit. As temperatures cool down, this historical district reopens for exploration.

Visitors can stroll through narrow lanes, discover traditional wind-tower architecture, and explore the Dubai Museum, housed in the 18th-century Al Fahidi Fort. It’s a journey back in time amidst the modernity of Dubai.

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