P.O. Box 26525 Dubai United Arab Emirates
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Explore the best of Dubai from our hotel on The Walk at JBR

From activities such as sand-skiing, desert driving, paragliding, shopping at The Walk at JBR, and sailing tours of the historic Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House, Dubai Museum, Jumeirah Mosque and Dubai Marina, The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai is the perfect place to discover all that The Emirates has to offer.

A luxury hotel near the JBR, The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai is also conveniently located near the Dubai Marina Yacht Club. Experience the comforts or our luxury hotel’s unmatched accommodations, luxury hotel suites and fabulous restaurants as you take in all that Dubai has to offer.

The Walk at Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR)

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Boutique 1 – Right across the hotel, is renowned for personalized service, exclusivity & luxury. It attracts the most discerning shopper with their unique and edited collections from world renowned designers, many of which are exclusive to Boutique 1. It encapsulates 30,000 square feet and spans 3 floors, featuring, in addition to their core fashion and beauty offerings, a café, book store bringing titles that satisfy the curiosity of culture and design, Boutique 1 living housing the best international furniture and home accessories brands, Boutique 1 Gallery showcasing art from around the world, as well as Tilia & Finn, a beauty lounge offering hair, nail and skin treatments for ladies. Luxury brands such as Diane Von Furstenberg, Oscar dela Renta, Missoni, Marchesa among others can be found.

ACT Marine – Water sport/beachwear merchandise

Opera – Shoe shop carrying brands such as Christian Dior, Lesilla, Roberto Cavalli, Emilio Pucci, Givenchy, Casadei, Marc Jacobs

Tara Jarmon – Ladies boutique of Paris-based Canadian designer, Tara Jarmon

Zaveris – Jewelry shop

Style Outlet - Women's Shoes, Handbags & Accessories and Menswear

Virgin Mega Store – Music, movies, games, books and electronics

Bellini – Designer baby & teen furniture

Big & Tall – By Ralph Lauren, sells garments, formal & casual wear, accessories for over-sized men.

Clio Jewellery – Jewellery shop

Damas – Jewellery shop

Jewel Trading – Jewellery shop

La Beaute – Ladies’ fashion boutique

Lagerfeld – Luxury clothing, accessories & fragrance

Manzari Furs – Fashion accessories, fur shop

Mothercare – Baby shop

Savile Row – Stemming from the famous street in London’s Mayfair, Savile Row offers the high class service for men’s tailoring and timeless design

Thomas Sabo – retail outlet for silver collections
Restaurants & Cafes
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Black Canyon – Casual Thai food

Bob’s Easy Diner – Vintage American style & dinner classics

Burger Fuel – Famous New Zealand burger chain

Burger House – burgers, diner

Butcher Shop & Grill – Steak house

Café O – Pan Asian cuisine

Da Shi Dai – Dim-sum, authentic chinese

Duo Ristorente – Classy Italian food & salad bar

India Palace – Indian restaurant

La Casa Del Habano – Cigar shop

La Pain Quotidien – All-day breakfast and French Cafe

Napoletana – Italian / Pizza

On the Border Mexican Grill – Tex-Mex (best Tex-Mex in the area)

Paul – French Cafe

Roadster Diner – American (diner classics in a retro setting)

Bazerkan – Popular Lebanese restaurant (shisha available)

Bombay by the Bay – Indian restaurant

Caribou Coffee – Coffee shop

Costa Café – Coffee shop

Cone Street Ice cream – Ice cream shop

Figaro’s Pizza – Pizza house (thin & thick pizza)

Fish & Co.- Seafood (Fish & chips)

Fuddruckers – Burger house

Haru Restaurant – Japanese, Sushi & Teriyaki

Sarai – Syrian / Arabic (best place for Arabic kebabs & grills

Scoozi – Italian / Sushi, Pizza, pasta’s

Starbucks – Coffee house

Suvoroff – Russian (Traditional Russian cuisine)

The Noodle Room – Asia (Noodles & Stir-fry Asian specialties)

The Room of Fish & Chips – British fish and ships casual cafe

Soy Restaurant – Asian (Casual Asian delicacies)

Umi Sushi – Sushi house

Wok Away – Asian (Guests can choose all the ingredients for their own custom wok)


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Burjuman Mall
This high-end mall houses a range of designer stores including Donna Karan, Christian Lacroix and Calvin Klein, alongside Zara and other reasonably priced high-street names. Open Sat to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Fri 10am to 11pm.

Deira City Centre
A vast mall that attracts a large crowd, offers all the usual high-street names plus a cinema.
Open Sun to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Fri 10am to midnight.

Dragon Mart
The largest Chinese trading hub outside China. Open Sat to Wed 10am to 10pm.

Dubai Marina Mall
This fairly quiet mall is accessible if you live in the Marina or JBR. It has about 160 stores, plus a cinema. Open daily 10am to 10pm. A leisure walk from The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai can be done.

Dubai Outlet Mall
A large mall about 30 minutes outside the city, it houses more than 1,200 of the world’s top fashion brands all with up to 90% off. Open Sun to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Sat 10am to midnight.

Festival Centre
Waterfront restaurants, cafes, department stores, high-street chains, a cinema and the only IKEA outlet in Dubai. Open Sun to Wed10am to 10pm, Thu to Sat 10am to midnight.

Mall of the Emirates
The world’s first shopping resort – has to be the coolest one, because it has an indoor ski resort. Open Sun to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Sat 10am to midnight.

Mercato Mall
An Italian-themed mall that is smaller than most but still has high-end shops like Mango, Massimo Dutti plus a cinema. Open Sat to Wed 10am to 10pm, Fri 2pm to 10pm.

Mirdif City Centre
This massive family-friendly new mall has an indoor skydiving facility and several exclusive brands. Open Sat to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Fri 10am to midnight.

Oasis Centre
A family-friendly mall with 77 stores right on Sheikh Zayed road. Open Sat to Thu 10am to 10pm, Fri 2pm to 10pm.

Souk Al Bahar
Another Arabesque-themed mall along the lines of Souk Madinat, but without the crowds located close to the Dubai Mall. Open Sat to Thu 10am to 10pm, Fri 2pm to 10pm.

Souk Madinat Jumeirah
Built to resemble an Arabic market, this contains plenty of tourist tat-traps, plus a handful of high-end fashion and art stores. Open daily 10am to 10pm.

The Dubai Mall
Officially the world’s biggest mall by area, this boasts more than 1000 stores, a Cineplex, aquarium, and ice rink, and the Sega Republic indoor theme park. It truly a one stop shop. Open Sun to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Sat10am to midnight.

Wafi Mall
This pyramid shaped building attracts fashion-conscious shoppers keen to keep up with the latest trends. Open Sat to Wed 10am to 10pm, Thu to Fri 10am to midnight.
Souks And Markets
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ARTE Arts and crafts markets
Featuring the largest selection of locally made crafts in UAE. First Friday of the month at Festival city 14:00h-21:00h & Second Friday of the month at Times Square Centre 12:00h-19:00h.

Bur Dubai Souk
A bustling bazaar full of bargains with textiles and trinkets in Al Fahidi street, Bur Dubai.

Dubai Flea Market
A regular market that offers second-hand finds. Located in Safa Park, Al Wasl Road.

Food Souk
The fish market and fruit and vegetable market with over-enthusiastic salesmen with delightfully fresh products. Located Al Khaleej Rd, Deira

Gold Souk Deira
Dubai’s famous gold souk is widely considered the largest gold bazaar in Arabia. Open Sat-Thurs 10:00h-22:00h and on Friday’s 16:00h-22:00h. Located in Deira.

Gold Souk, Dubai Mall
More than 220 jewellery outlets in this huge indoor souk located in Dubai Mall.

Spice Souk
Barter with shopkeepers and bag some bargains among the aromas of spices, herbs and frankincense. Located in Deira.

Textile Souk
The shops stock a huge range of materials and fabrics from the subcontinent. Located at Al Fahidi street, Bur Dubai.

Dubai Annual Events And Festivals

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Camel Racing
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A traditional sport, the sight of these ungainly animals ridden by artificial jockeys (robotic) is an extraordinary spectacle. From October to April, free admission.
Desert Rallies
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The UAE provides the ideal location for desert rallying and many events are organised throughout the year by Emirates Motor Sports Federation in Dubai. Every first week of November.
Dubai Desert Classic
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Incorporated into the European PGA Tour in 1989, this popular golfing tournament attracts growing numbers of world class players. Held at Emirates Golf Club Majlis Course every second week of February.
Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon
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Annual marathon held every January. Also features a 10 km road race and 3 km fun run.
Dubai Shopping Festival
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A month of discounts and bargains in all shopping malls, held annually from end of January to February for one month.
Gulf Bike Expo
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The largest bike and off-road festival in the Middle East, held every February.
Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships
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A WTA tier II tournament played back to back with ATP World Series tournament, held every February at Dubai Tennis Stadium.
Dubai International Jazz Festival
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Jazz bands and artists from around the world, held every February at Dubai Media City.
Dubai International Boat Show
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The largest and longest established boat show in the Middle East held every first week of March at Dubai International Marine Club.
Dubai World Cup
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The world’s richest horserace meeting held every last week of March at Meydan Racecourse.
Dubai Summer Surprises
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Weeks of entertainment and shopping, from June to July for one month.
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Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. During Ramadan all Muslims are required to fast from dawn till dusk.
GITEX Shopper
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Consumer IT and electronic show. Features product launches and exclusive offers held every October at Airport Expo Dubai.
Dubai International Motor Show
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Annual auto show that includes displays and launches by any of the world’s most exclusive brands held every November at Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Dubai International Film Festival
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A week-long film festival showcasing a wide selection of features, shorts and documentaries from around the world held every December.
Dubai Rugby Sevens
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The annual rugby union sevens tournament that is part of the IRB Sevens World Series. One of the biggest events on the social calendar that is held every December at The Sevens Stadium.
UIM Class 1 World Powerboat Championship
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2-day powerboat racing event held every December at Dubai International Marine Club.

Sports and Activities

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Ski Dubai
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Ski Dubai is the first indoor ski resort in the Middle East and offers an amazing snow setting to enjoy skiing, snowboarding and tobogganing, or just playing in the snow. Young or old, there is something for everyone, from the beginner to the snow sport enthusiast. Ski Dubai is a unique mountain-themed attraction that offers you the opportunity to enjoy real snow in Dubai all year round.


Water Skiing
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A challenging recreational activity as you skim on the surface of the water holding on to a tow rope being pulled by speed boat. Booking is required, just walking distance from The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai.
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A thrilling and breathtaking adventure sport for nature-loving people, a highly exciting recreational activity that gives you the freedom of flight. Booking is required, just walking distance from The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai.
Wake Boarding
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A popular freestyle water sport evolved from water skiing, snow-boarding and surfing techniques. Booking is required, just walking distance from The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai.
Banana Boat Ride
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Fast paced, exciting, full of thrills and spills and remember hands off the inflatable as you invariably slip in the water wearing a life jacket. Booking is required, just walking distance from The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai.
Wind Surfing
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Skim over water powered by wind. Test your skills, rhythm and technique and ride in style. Booking is required, just walking distance from The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai.
Underwater Diving
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United Arab Emirates has some of the world’s most varied and biologically productive waters, 700 species of fishes, turtle and abundance of sea life. Booking is required.
Aquarium Dive
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Feeling truly adventurous? Go for a dive with the world’s ultimate underwater predator. In depths of 10 million litres of water in Dubai Aquarium, Dubai Mall, experience the thrill of a lifetime, as you come face to face with the largest collection of sand tiger sharks in the world. Booking is required.
Boat and Yacht Cruising
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Sail around the iconic landmarks that have come to symbolize the modern Dubai such as the Palm, the World and the iconic and ultra luxurious Burj Al Arab hotel which is one of the most photographed structures in the world. Advanced booking is required with a minimum of 2 hours cruising time.
Hot Air Balloon Ride
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Experience an enchanting magic carpet ride, awe-inspiring desert vistas, breathtaking desert dunes, picturesque red sand dunes, serenity of timeless desert as you float gently at unhurried pace. Booking is required. Flight available everyday at early morning (4am-4.30am pick up).
Helicopter and Sea Plane Tour
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A unique way to experience United Arab Emirates is on an aerial sightseeing. These sightseeing trips are very popular. It requires advance bookings and is of 20 to 40 minutes duration.
Camel Racing
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A traditional local sport that is popular with UAE nationals and patronized by the ruling elite. Camel racing season is from October to early April. Races generally take place on Thursdays and Fridays in two sessions.
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Falconry is a purely Arabic sport and in more ways than one is an integral part of UAE’s heritage and desert way of life. Advance booking for private show is required.
Horse Racing and Riding
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UAE as a country is enamoured with all things and horse riding is its national sport. Dubai hosts the world’s richest horse race and with the advent of the state-of-the-art Meydan race course open for the 2010 racing season, the race nights will be of a more atmospheric affair.
Bird Watching
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UAE due to it’s unique geographical position halfway between Europe and Asia comes on a major migration route for over 400 recorded bird species from Central Asia and Africa and also has about 80 bird species that breed and live here year round and range from unusual to rare to spectacular. Place to visit is Ras Al Khor Wildlife sanctuary.
Dubai Golf
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Dubai is the Gulf’s golfing capital and is renowned for its stunning championship courses offering some of the best golf experiences in the Middle East. The nearest golf club to The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai are Emirates Golf Club and The Address Montgomerie Golf Club, both are approximately 10 minutes drive by car.

Safari Tours

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Sun Downer Safari
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Late afternoons are ideal for enjoying the thrill of driving over golden sand dunes in a 4-wheel drive vehicle. Departing at around 3:30pm, the route passes fascinating scenery which provides great photo opportunities. At an Arabic camp site, enjoy a sumptuous barbecue dinner and the calm of a starlit desert night, and then return around 10pm. (Half day)
East Coast
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Journey east to Al Dhaid, a small oasis town known for its fruits and vegetables plantation. (Full day)
Full Day Safari
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This day-long tour usually passes traditional Bedouin villages and camel farms in the dessert, with a drive through sand dunes of varying colours and heights. (Full day)
Hatta Pools Safari
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Modern highway, soft undulating sand dunes and a kaleidoscope of colours lead the way to Hatta, in the foothills of the Hajar Mountains. (Full day)
Mountain Safari
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Travelling north along the coast and heading inland at Ras Al Khaimah, the oldest seaport in the region, you enter the spectacular Hajar Mountains at Wadi Bih. (Full day)
Overnight Safari
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This 24-hour tour starts at about 15:00 with a drive through the dune to a Bedouin style campsite. (Overnight)

Sightseeing Tours

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Dubai City Tour
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An overview of the old and new Dubai. The souks, mosques, abras, Bastakiya wind tower houses and thriving commercial areas with striking modern buildings are some of usual inclusions. (Half day)
Dubai By Night
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A tour around the palaces, mosques and souks of the city, whilst enjoying the early evening lights. (Half day)
Abu Dhabi Tour
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The route from Dubai passes Jebel Ali Port, the world's largest man-made seaport, on the way to Abu Dhabi, capital of United Arab Emirates. (Full day)
Ajman & Sharjah Tour
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Another two of the seven emirates, Ajman is the place to visit if you want to see wooden dhows being built today just as they were hundreds of years ago and the famous blue souk in Sharjah. (Half day)
Al Ain Tour
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Known as "The Garden City", Al Ain was once a vital oasis on the caravan route from the Emirates to Oman. (Full day)
Ras Al Kaimah Tour
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Drive up the country along the so-called Pirate coast through Ajman and Umm Al Quwain. Explore ancient sites and discover the old town of Ras Al Kaimah and its museum. (Full day)

Water Parks and Aquatic Attractions

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Wild Wadi Water Park
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Situated on Jumeirah Beach Road in front of Burj Al Arab, Wild Wadi is themed around the tale of Juha, a known character from the Arabian folklore. The waterpark boasts 30 rides and attractions.
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The largest and most exciting water park in the Middle East, set in a 42-acre complex at Atlantis, The Palm overflowing with fun including Master Blasters, speedslide, rivers, rapids, Splashers children’s play area, lush tropical landscapes and a private beach.
Ice Land Water Park
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Ice Land Water Park, part of the 125-acre WOW RAK theme park and resort in the emirate of Ras Al Khaimah, is home of 50 water attractions and slides.
Dreamland Aqua Park
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250,000-square-meter centre is in Umm Al Quwain, an emirate to the north of Dubai.
Splash Land
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Water park within Wonderland offers fun for kids or adults with 9 rides including slides and twisters.
Dolphin Bay
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Playing with dolphins on the shallow water interaction package at Dolphin Bay is an unforgettable experience in Atlantis, The Palm.
Dubai Aquarium
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The Dubai Aquarium is a sight to behold in the middle of Dubai Mall. Through its three-storey main viewing panel the bewildering variety of tropical fish (over 3300 in total) and sharks are displayed to fish fans.
Dubai Dolphinarium
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The main attraction is the seal and dolphin show which runs twice a day during the week, and thrice on the weekends. Located in Dubai Creek Park.

Theme Parks

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Wonderland Theme Park
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18 hectares of games, restaurants, water attractions and thrilling rides located alongside the Dubai Creek.
Ferrari World
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Located in Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, Ferrari World Abu Dhabi is the world’s first Ferrari theme park and largest attraction of its kind. It is an intense multi-sensory experience and a must-visit for families, fans and enthusiasts. The Park offers more than 20 Ferrari-inspired rides and attractions, including a diverse array of rides for adults and children, a wide variety of Italian delicacies, and unique shopping experiences.
Dubai Autodrome
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The Kartdrome at Dubai Autodrome offers the easiest and quickest way for anyone to experience the thrill of motor racing.
Dubai Children’s City
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An educational centre for children between two and fifteen years old that contains several exhibits and programs on applied sciences, nature, space exploration, human body, local and international culture.
Stargate Zaabel Park
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Zabeel Park, Dubai. Completely indoors, it features the widest range of attractions under one roof for loads of pulsating action, adventure and thrills for the entirely family.

Dubai Landmarks

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Burj Khalifa
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The tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa stands at an incredible height of 828 meters.
Emirates Towers
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Twin gun-metal grey towers soar above all the surrounding buildings.
Burj Al Arab
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An iconic Dubai landmark, built to resemble a billowing sail, soaring to a height of 321 meters.
The Palm Island
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An international icon, created to help solve Dubai's beach shortage. The only man-made structures, apart from Great Wall of China that can be seen from space.
The World Islands
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The ambitious project is an artificial archipelago of islands constructed in the rough shape of the land masses of earth, located 4 km off the coast of Dubai.

Historical Landmarks and Museums

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Sheikh Saeed's House
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Times: Saturday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday 3:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Built in 1986, the Sheikh Saeed's House was once the seat of Dubai's local government.
The Bastakiya
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Times: All days 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
One of the oldest residential areas in Dubai, its construction dating back to 1890's. It houses some art galleries as well.
Hatta Heritage Village
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Timings: Saturday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Nestled in the Hajjar Mountains, the Hatta Heritage Village dates back to the 16th century.
Burj Nahar
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Located 10 minutes away from the international airport, it was one of the three watch towers that guarded Dubai against invasions from east and north.
The Heritage and Diving Village
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Located near the mouth of Dubai Creek in the Shindagha district, the Heritage and Diving Village features potters and weavers practicing traditional crafts.
Sheikh Obaid Bin Thani House
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Times: Saturday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
One of the first houses of Al Shindagha, the house was built 1917.
Bait Al Wakeel
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Times: 11:30 p.m. to 12 a.m. daily
This was the first building in Dubai that was dedicated completely for administration purposes.
Al Ahmadiya School
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Times: 8 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily, Friday 3:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Started by a philanthropist pearl merchant Sheikh Mohammed Bin Ahmed Bin Dalmouk in 1912. The oldest school in the city.
Heritage House
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Timings: Saturday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Friday 2:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Sheikh Mohammed Bin Ahmed Bin Dalmouk house.
Majlis Ghorfat Umm-Al Sheif
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Times: Saturday to Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday 1:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Built in 1955 as the summer residence of the late Sheikh Rashid Bin Saeed A Maktoum, ruler of Dubai.
Archaeological Digs
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There are four main excavation sites in Dubai, at Al Qusais, Al Sufooh, Jumeirah and Hatta.
Dubai Museum
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Times: Saturday to Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Friday 2:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Housed within the beautifully restored Al Fahidi Fort, which was erected around 1787 to defend the city against invasion, the museum's diverse collection of exhibits offers a fascinating insight into the rich history and cultural heritage. Renovated in 1971 for use as museum, its colourful life size dioramas vividly depict everyday life in the days before the discovery of oil. Galleries recreate scenes from the Creek, traditional Arab houses, mosques, the souk, date farms and desert and marine life. One of the more spectacular exhibits portrays pearl diving, including sets of pearl merchants’ weights, scales and shieves. Also on display are artifacts from several excavations in the emirate, recovered from graves that date back to the third millennium B.C.

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Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Center
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Emirates Mall (9714) 3414777
Brings together a wide variety of performing and visual arts including drama, dance, opera comedy and children shows.
Madinat Theatre, Souk Madinat Jumeirah
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(9714) 3666546
This 442-seat luxury venue nestled within the ancient souk hosts popular productions from drama to dance and comedy to film.
Sheikh Centre for Cultural Understanding
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(9714) 3536666
Times: Sunday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Enjoy an Emirati breakfast or lunch and chat freely with local volunteers. SMCCU aims to break down barriers between nationalities.
Jumeirah Mosque
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35km/30 minutes
The most impressive views of Jumeirah Mosque are those you get when you first approach the austere yet beautiful building. The first glance is the most affecting. The strong expression of Islamic architecture conveyed through the mosque’s design leans toward a modern style of Islam blueprints. It is also characterized by a traditional pattern incorporated into the building known as the Fatimid heritage. It’s one of the largest of all mosques in Dubai making it one of the most photographed attractions in Dubai. Jumeirah Mosque Tours is conduct on every Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 10am, children must be 5yrs+ in the morning for the tourists and residents, they gather outside the ornate Jumeirah Mosque for a conducted tour of the Mosque and a better understanding of Islam. Fee is 10Dhs per person. Organized by the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, a non-profit organization, the purpose of the tour and the Centre itself, is to bring down the barriers between different cultural groups residing in the UAE.
Henna Painting
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Henna is a chemical-free paste made from the leaves of the henna plant, which has been used throughout the Middle East for centuries to adorn a woman's hands, feet and hair. It is an elaborate body decoration that looks like a tattoo but without the risk. It is applied swiftly, easily and gently, with brushes.

Dubai Golf

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Dubai is the Gulf’s golfing capital and is renowned for its stunning championship courses offering some of the best golf experiences in the Middle East.
Emirates Golf Club
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The nearest golf club to The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai is approximately 10 minutes drive by car. Emirates Golf Club, host of the European Tour sanctioned Omega Dubai Desert Classic and Omega Dubai Ladies Masters, was the first all grass championship golf course in the Middle East when it opened in 1988. Taking pride in its 36 holes of world-class golf, the club sports two of the city's finest must-play courses, the Majlis and the Faldo Course, which is also the only 18 hole course in the region to offer night golf.

The Els Club
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This golf course embrace the uniqueness of the amazing environment and incorporate the natural dunes and native plants. There is a genuine sense that you are playing golf in the desert. The course is challenging for the best players in the world but at the same time enjoyable for all golfers. Stretching 7,538 yards from the tips, it features four sets of teeing areas to suit individual golfers.

Jebel Ali Golf Resort and Spa
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The 9-hole, par 36, championship standard resort course is situated within the idyllic grounds of the resort. Designed by Peter Harradine and opened in 1998, the Dubai golf course has hosted the world’s best players as part of the official curtain raiser to the European PGA Tour event, the Dubai Desert Classic.

The Montgomerie Golf Club
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Located next to the Emirates Golf Club, 10 minutes drive from the hotel. The course covers 265 acres which consist of 123 acres of turf, 49 acres of man-made lakes (a total of 14 lakes), 93 acres of landscaped gardens and is scattered with 81 large bunkers.

The Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club
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Dominating Dubai's enchanting waterfront, the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club overlooks the Creek and Marina. Capped by its iconic clubhouse building the course, it offers a refreshingly different golfing experience since it opened in January 1993 to world acclaim and since then it has been host to numerous tournaments and events.

Arabian Ranches Golf Club
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Located in the heart of the Arabian Ranches opened its doors in February, 2004 and was built as a true 18 holes, par 72 desert-style grass course, a signature course designed by Ian Baker-Finch in association with Nicklaus Design.