100 Things to do in Dubai on Dubai Holiday

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During the day, the temperature of Dubai is round about 31oC and in night-time temperatures are a cooler 22oC and Dubai is back to its glory.

Amazing and wonderful things to do in Dubai are:

1. Tea and a flight

Tour the city by seaplane and finish with tea and crumpets at Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club. Approx Dhs1, 325 per person.

Lakeview, Dubai Creek Golf Club, Deira (04 807 0708).

2. Have an outdoor spa treatment at Talise

Sample Talise’s seasonal menu, which includes a full-body massage, all carried out in the outdoor garden area.

From Dhs519. Talise Spa, Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 6818).


3. Explore Art galleries on foot

Alserkal Avenue is the place for any Dubaian in search of cultural sustenance, offering a gaggle of galleries that you can stroll between. Although it’s not technically ‘outdoors’, a promising new exhibition called ‘Any Resemblance to Actual Persons Living or Dead is Purely Coincidental’ has just launched at Gallery Isabelle van den Eynde.

Street 8, Alserkal Avenue, Al Quoz 1 (04 323 5052).

4. Hop on the Big Bus Tour 

See Dubai’s sights and learn a fact or two while you’re at it. See this week’s magazine for details.

Dhs240 for a 24-hour adult hop-on, hop off ticket; Dhs100 for kids. Bus stops across Dubai.

5. See the Dubai Fountains

Our favorite recent displays from the world’s tallest fountain include ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough’ and Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’, complete with zombie-style movements. 

Daily 6.30pm-11pm, every 30 minutes. The Dubai Mall (04 362 7500).

6. Spend a day taking photos 

It’s difficult not to take good photos of this amazing city. 

Tip: set off about 5pm and head to the pier at Jumeirah Open Beach, by the running track, and shoot back at the city.

7. Read in the park

Dubai boasts plenty of green spots to while away a sunny afternoon – our faces are Al Safa and Jumeirah Beach Park. Buy next week’s issue to read about our pick of the best green spots in the city.

8. Learn Arabic

You’ll be surprised how much more you’ll get out of the local culture by learning a few words or taking a course in basic-level Arabic. 

Basic Arabic courses start at Dhs1, 350 for 30 hours. Eton Institute, Dubai Knowledge Village (04 360 2955).

Arabic is an official language in Dubai so it is necessary to learn Arabic.

9. Take an abra ride or a dhow cruise

Jump on a traditional boat to sample the bustle of the creek first-hand. Ride an abra between the Deira textile souk and Bur Dubai abra station, or hop on the Al Mansour Dhow to enjoy dinner as you sail. 

A one-way abra ride is Dhs1. Al Mansour Dhow dinner cruise Dhs185 per person.

10. Play backgammon and drink Arabic coffee

Lebanese restaurant Reem Al Bawadi is a favorite for locals wanting to socialize over Shisha and backgammon. Get involved!

Jumeirah Beach Road (04 394 7444).

11. Watch a double bill of outdoor cinema

On Monday, November 12, catch an outdoor screening of Rio at 7pm, followed by Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol (featuring the Burj Khalifa!) at 9pm.

Free; buffet available for Dhs75. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

12. Go to the zoo

Take a trip to Al Ain, where animals such as African wild dogs and giraffes roam free in this impressive reserve.

Dhs15 (adults), Dhs5 (children). Open daily 9am-8pm. Al Ain City; follow signs to Al Ain Zoo (03 782 8188).

13. Go night swimming

Swap your pool days for pool evenings, and ones with a cool view to boot. Le Méridien Mina Seyahi has introduced a new night swimming offer: for Dhs150 you get access to the gorgeous Horizon infinity pool, plus Dhs100 credit to spend on food and drinks in the Horizon Pool Lounge. Something to bookmark as the weather heats up.

14. Ride a bike underwater

An indoor spin class with a difference, aqua biking involves peddling away on a stationary bike – just with more than half of your body submerged underwater. Spinning in a pool has the benefit of adding extra resistance to your workout, while the buoyancy of the water makes it easier on your joints. It’s suitable for beginners (and non-swimmers).

L’Atelier Aquafitness, Al Wasl Road, Dubai, Sat to Thur 8am to 8pm, Fri 9am to 6pm, Dhs155. Tel:  (04) 3388323.

15. Visit Majlis Gallery

If you have an aesthetic art sense, then land at the Majlis art gallery. With a cluster of beautiful work of art from various renowned international artists clubbed together, the gallery is an ultimate experience for art lovers. Founded in 1989, it also accumulates pottery and other handcrafted items. The entry to the gallery is free and you can spend some splendid moments at the place.

16. Camel Racing

Exhibiting the culture and traditions of the UAE, the camel racing is organized every year between the months of September to April. It witnesses the relevance of this age-old traditional practice of the camel racing. The sport is taken in high regard and showcases highly trained camels from all over the Middle East. The admission is free for watching the race and is worth an experience.

Location: Al Marmoum Camel Racetrack, Dubai Al Ain Rd.

17. Visit Mamzar Beach

Enjoy a fun-filled day at the beach with the kids and see them playing in the waters and making sand castles. The Mamzar open beach is a perfect idea for the beach lovers to go and bask in the sun on a bright sunny morning or relax on the sands on cozy evenings. Do not forget to carry the kid’s beach play set and let them have a blast shoveling off the sand, filling buckets or just throwing the sands at each other. If you love to swim, then having a dip in the waters is also a bang on the idea.

18. Visit Dubai Fountain

Walk on the beautiful promenade of the man-made lake at the Dubai Mall and enjoy the subtle blissful moments. Showcasing an elegant class and style, the Dubai Mall Fountains epitomizes architectural geniuses and magnificence. The fountains exhibit a technical show of grandeur and opulence like never before. The spectacular lighting and music add to the charismatic charm of the fountains. Take out some moments and enjoy the show for free.

Timings: 1:00pm and 1:30pm (Saturday to Thursday), 1:30pm and 2pm (Fridays) 

Evening Shows: 6pm to 11pm daily (runs at every 30 minutes interval) 

Location: Fountains, Dubai Mall.

19. Ride an indoor rollercoaster

Just in case the flashing lights at the Sega Republic theme park weren’t nauseating enough, the Spin Gear indoor rollercoaster will be sure to finish you off.

Dhs140 for an all-day unlimited pass. The Dubai Mall (04 448 8484).

20. Night safari at Dubai Aquarium

Strap on a head torch and marvel at nocturnal creatures during this new night tour at Dubai Aquarium’s Underwater Zoo. See if you can spot the elusive but beautiful carpet python during your trip. Dhs50.

Open daily 10am-midnight. The Dubai Mall (04 448 5200).

21. Brush up on your history at Dubai Museum

The number-one spot in the city for inquisitive visitors.

Dhs2. Open Sat-Thu 8.30am-8.30pm; Fri 2.30pm-8.30pm. Bur Dubai (04 353 1862).

22. Buy food from Choithrams and picnic in The Greens

The leafy Greens residential area near Sheikh Zayed Road features a series of small lakes lined with plenty of trees and park benches, where you can sit and gobble tasty snacks, crisps, sandwiches and more bought from the delicatessen at nearby Choithrams supermarket.

Choithrams Town Centre, the Greens (04 885 2299).

23. Look cool on a Segway 

Take a tour of Downtown Dubai on one of these unusual two-wheeled contraptions, which can be rented from The Pavilion. The guides will teach you how to use them, before leading you on a tour of the area.

From Dhs150 for 30 minutes. The Pavilion, Emaar Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (056 146 4093).

24. Have a barbecue

Snap up one of Weber’s Smokey Joe portable barbecues from Dubai Garden Centre (prices start at Dhs288): the perfect way to cook in the sunshine. Make your barbecue all the tastier by buying quality sausages from Prime Gourmet (from Dhs50).

Dubai Garden Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 340 0006); Prime Gourmet, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 341 5445).

25. Meet the penguins at Ski Dubai

Yes, really. You can also meet with penguins in Dubai.

26. Run around like a lunatic at the Laserdome 

The medieval castle scenery, glow-in-the-dark décor and artificial smoke machines add to the fun as you shoot your mates with lasers. 

Dhs80 per person for 15 minutes. Next to Dubai Indoor Kartdrome, MotorCity, www.dubaiautodrome.com (04 436 1320).

27. Spend a night in the desert 

Don’t worry if you don’t own a tent, try an organized trip with Arabian Incentive. 

Arabian Incentive offers a Bedouin Oasis experience in Ras Al Khaimah, costing Dhs340 per person per night. Pick-up and drop-off available at extra cost.

28. Learn to drive off-road 

Get to grips with maneuvering your 4WD in the sand dunes with the help of Nomad 4×4.

Dhs750 for a day’s lesson. Nomad 4×4 (04 450 2429).

29. Play soapy soccer

Slip and slide around the inflatable pitch as you try to find your footing. Hilarious fun guaranteed.

Free. Jumeirah Beach Road, near Saga World.

30. Dive with sand tiger sharks 

Don some scuba gear, jump into Dubai Aquarium and peer into the eyes of these (well-fed!) creepy creatures.

Dhs825 for beginners, Dhs625 for PADI-certified divers. The Dubai Mall (04 448 5200).

31. Learn to paddleboard 

This more accessible version of surfing is a great way to improve core strength, as well as tour Dubai’s waterways.

Dhs125 for a paddleboard tour around the Burj Al Arab. Surf School UAE.

32. See the city by Dubai ferry 

For five great ways to explore the city by water (or race around on Jet Skis and in speedboats).

33. Try full-moon desert drumming

On Friday, November 30, Dubai Drums is inviting people out to the desert for a spot of night-time drumming. Food provided.

Dhs200 (adults); Dhs100 (children aged six to 13). From 6.30pm. Gulf Ventures Camp, Al Awir.

34. Go dune-buggy 

Arabian Adventures offers specialized dune buggy tours, so you can hear about the desert during the morning and be back in the city for lunch.

From Dhs495 per person. Arabian Adventures (04 303 4888).

35. Eat on the grass at Blades picnic brunch

Pick up a packed basket of treats and a picnic blanket and enjoy them on the lawn.

Dhs265 (soft drinks), Dhs365 (house beverages), Dhs525 (bubbly). Fri noon-4pm. Al Badia Golf Club, Dubai Festival City (04 701 1128)

36. EAT Argentine-style feast at Kempinski on the Palm Jumeirah

This regular evening deal serves Argentinian-style barbecue dishes.

Dhs185 (food only), Dhs275 (house beverages). Thu-Sat 7pm-11pm. Kempinski Hotel & Residences, Palm Jumeirah (04 444 2501).

37. Visit Italian barbecue at Rosso

Sample grilled fish and meat, cooked the Italian way.

Dhs189 (soft drinks). Sun 8pm-10.30pm. Amwaj Rotana, The Walk at JBR (04 428 3088).

38. Eat good ‘street food’ at Zaroob 

This funky Middle-Eastern restaurant serves trendy fare on a small terrace on Sheikh Zayed Road that’s decorated with fairy lights.

Jumeirah Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 327 6060).

39. Dinner on a doughnut

Jump into one of these doughnut-shaped boats, complete with a barbecue and cool boxes full of food (a driver/chef is optional).

From Dhs1, 200 (six people). Daily noon-9pm. The Boardwalk, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

40. Go for skiing

Ski Dubai – the huge indoor ski slope slapped onto the side of a mall – is an experience that sums up the city (weird, wonderful and a lot of fun). All gear is provided, but bring gloves. 

Dhs180 for a two-hour ski pass. Ski Dubai, Mall of the Emirates.

41. Play crazy golf 

What it lacks in size, Jebel Ali Golf Resort’s mini-golf course compensates for with a simple, fun and colorful layout.

Dhs20 per person to play crazy golf. Day entry rates to enter resort apply. Jebel Ali Golf Resort (04 814 5555).

42. Have a skateboard lesson 

Recreate the antics of Steve Caballero by taking lessons at The Rage Bowl. 

Group lessons from Dhs100 per hour. Rage, the Dubai Mall (04 434 1549

43. Try Dubai’s best coffee

Local brand RAW offers a wonderful selection of blends, prepared by an award-winning barista.

RAW Coffee, Dubai Garden Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road (050 553 6808)

44. Dinner at the races

Why wait until Dubai World Cup when you can head down for a track-view dinner nearly every weekend? The next races are on Friday February 3 at 3pm, or Thursday February 9 at 6.30pm.

Dinner Dhs250 per person (includes half a bottle of grape). Farrier’s, The Meydan, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3111).

45. Get to know your grape

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Asado is offering guests the chance to taste four different grapes from different parts of the world.

Dhs220. Asado, The Palace, The Old Town, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3828).

46. Eat fresh fish by the beach

Bu Qtair, a beach-shack restaurant complete with plastic chairs, is the ideal spot to try the catch of the day and watch the sunset.

From Dhs60. Take the road next to McDonald’s on Jumeirah Beach Road, close to Burj Al Arab.

47. Try yum cha at Hukama

A more laid-back variation of brunch, yum cha is a Cantonese weekend tradition (think tea and dim sum).

Dhs145. Fri noon-3pm. The Address Downtown Dubai (04 436 8928).

48. Have afternoon tea while cruising the creek

Bateaux Dubai, the city’s favorite dinnertime cruise, is now offering a refined afternoon tea.

Dhs75 (canapés, tea, and coffee). Board at 3pm for 3.30pm departure; cruise lasts 45 minutes. Dubai Creek, in front of the British Embassy, Bur Dubai (04 399 4994).

49. Arrive at a bar by boat

Have an aperitif at the slick Jetty Lounge at the One & Only Royal Mirage before taking the boat across to even slicker Mediterranean restaurant and bar 101 on The Palm.

Free. Every hour 1pm-5pm; every 30 minutes 5pm-midnight. Jetty Lounge, One & Only Royal Mirage (04 399 9999). 101, One & Only The Palm (04 440 1030).

50. Drink at The Dek on 8

The newly launched terrace at Media One Hotel has a great after-work vibe on Thursday evenings.

Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 427 1000).

51. Have to breakfast at Barasti 

You can now start the day in the same place you ended the previous evening, with a full English breakfast by the beach.

Prices vary. Fri-Sat 9am-noon. Le Méridien Mina Seyahi (04 318 1313).

52. Arabic dinner and a show at Khan Murjan

This beautiful underground (yet open-air) restaurant offers the quintessential Middle Eastern dining experience.

From Dhs200 for a meal for two. Wafi, Oud Metha (04 327 9795).

53. Dance on a yacht

You don’t have to be a millionaire to quaff bubbly on a boat – offers a range of yacht sizes for private charter, costing from Dhs1, 200 per hour for a 12-capacity boat to Dhs3, 500 for a vessel that can take 35 guests. For an even bigger bash, a houseboat, with space for 80 revelers, costs Dhs5, 000 an hour (that’s Dhs66 each).

Xclusive Yachts, Dubai Marina (04 432 7233).

54. Eat and drink in style at The Terrace

Every Friday and Saturday, enjoy two complimentary glasses of bubbly with every purchase of 100g of Imperial caviar.

Prices from Dhs650. Fri-Sat 6pm-1.30am. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).

55. Nomad’s picnic deal

Grab a picnic basket and blanket and plonk yourself on the venue’s extensive grassy outdoor area (complete with duck pond).

Dhs295 (food only), Dhs395 (selected house beverages). Daily noon-4pm. Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Garhoud (04 230 8571).

56. Eat lunch at Nasimi’s Beachside restaurant and spend the day on the sand

This Ibiza-style beach lounge serves international dishes and plays music. Spend Dhs150 and you can use a sunbed.

Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).

57. Eat steak in the sun at the Meat Co.

The Madinat Jumeirah branch of this steakhouse boasts an extensive outdoor terrace alongside the waterways. 

Madinat Jumeirah (04 368 6040).

58. Take your pets to the Irish Village

Sit in the garden and enjoy a drink with your four-legged friend (providing he or she is well-behaved and kept on a leash).

Aviation Club, Garhoud (04 282 4750).

59. Eat outside at Al Fanar

This restaurant’s traditional Emirati menu is served amid an atmospheric, majlis-style outdoor area.

Festival Centre, Dubai Festival City (04 232 9966).

60. Visit mirdif Flea Market

The huge, family-friendly market is back on Friday, November 9 with plenty of second-hand finds. 

Free. 3pm-8pm. Promenade Courtyard, Uptown Mirdif, (055 452 6030).

61. Peruse global village

Aside from funfairs and restaurants, this international theme park offers plenty of shopping opportunities and makes a perfect evening out for families.

Dhs10. Open daily 4pm-1am. Emirates Road, exit 37 (04 362 4114).

62. Shop at Marina Market 

Browse everything from artwork and accessories to interiors.

Wed 10am-10pm, Thu-Sat 10am-11pm. Behind Dubai Marina Mall, (04 325 5123).

63. Ride a horse

Center across Mushrif Park and watch the sunset Dhs300 for 90 minutes.

Mushrif Equestrian Club, Mushrif Park, Al Khawaneej Road (04 257 1256).

64. Visit Al Barsha Pond Park

Stretch your legs on the 1.4km jogging and cycle tracks. The park also features tennis and basketball courts. 

Free. Open Sun-Thu 8am-11pm; Fri-Sat 8am-11.30pm. Enter from behind Emirates NBD and Al Mawakeb School (no number).

65. Al Mamzar Park

Park facilities include plenty of barbecue stations, bicycle rentals, and a half-pipe skate ramp. Oh, and there’s also a beach to lounge on. 

Dhs5 per person, free for kids under two, or Dhs30 per car. Open Sun-Wed 8am-11pm; Thu-Sat 8am-11.30pm. Al Khaleej Road, past Hamriya Port, Deira (800 900).

66. Al Quoz Pond Park

This neighborhood park comes complete with batting cages and jogging track. 

Free. Open Sun-Thu 8am-11pm; Fri-Sat 8am-11.30pm. Take the Nad Al Sheba exit from Sheikh Zayed Road, continue along the overpass and the park is on the sharp right.

67. Burj Park

This green space, located on a man-made island amid the Burj Khalifa lakes, offers an escape from the bustle of Downtown. With the Burj towering above, the setting is magnificent, making this a great place to walk the dog or, surprisingly, to skateboard. 

Free. Open 24 hours. Next to Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (800 36227).

68. Creekside Park

This park features a long promenade overlooking the creek that’s perfect for walking and rollerblading. You can also ride the cable car.

Dhs5 entry; cable cars Dhs25 per person. Open daily 8am-11pm. Between Maktoum and Garhoud Bridge, Bur Dubai (04 336 7633).

69. Mushrif Park

This huge park is Dubai’s oldest and most bizarre – look out for World Village, which features miniature versions of the world’s most famous landmarks, and an impressive windmill. 

Al Khawaneej Road, Mirdif (04 288 3624).

70. Safa Park

A popular spot for families, who head here for picnics, barbecues, a ride on the boating lake and a trip to the bird sanctuary. 

Dhs3, free for children under two. Open Sun-Thu 8am-11pm; Fri-Sat 8am-11.30pm. Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah (04 349 2111).

71. Safa 2 Park

Hidden away in suburban Al Safa 2, this is a downsized version of the giant Safa Park nearby – a hit with young families.

Free. Open Sun-Thu 8am-11pm; Fri-Sat 8am-11.30pm. From SZR, turn onto Al Manara and turn right at the lights. On Al Wasl Road, take the first right, then right again – the park is on your left.

72. Za’abeel Park

There’s something very ‘Central Park’ about Za’abeel – perhaps it’s the ponds, bridges, boating lake and central location complete with city skyline views. There’s also a cricket pitch. 

Dhs5. Open Sat-Thu 9am-11pm; Fri 9am-11.30pm. Za’abeel Road, behind DIFC (04 398 6888).

73. Catch Sunstroke’s boat party 

Hop aboard for five hours of partying on Friday, November 9; music provided by DJs Jack Woodcock, John Spoor, and Martin Hibbs.

Dhs350 (including food and beverages). 1pm-5pm.

74. Check out Domeland at Chi

This institution has recently refurbished its garden into a ‘fantasy wonderland’. Head down to see what all the fuss is about.

Al Nasr Leisureland, Oud Metha (04 339 9470).

75. Take a fishing tour 

Marine Concept’s tour prices start at Dhs850.

(055 960 3030).

76. Get your PADI qualification and swim with dolphins

This express scuba-diving course is a great way to learn the ropes in a single weekend, and you’ll also get to meet the dolphins.

Dhs1, 999. Al Boom Dive Centre, Atlantis the Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 3000).

77. Take a plunge with freediving

All you need is a pair of fins, a snorkel and a mask (not included in the price, sadly). You can then learn to explore the ocean and make friends with local marine life. 

Courses start at Dhs1, 850 per person.

78. Learn to kitesurf on Kitesurfing Beach

The sport offers a great workout, and Dubai is a great place to learn. Kite Fly Dubai offers lessons starting at Dhs250, including equipment (050 254 7440).

79. Smack some balls at the driving range

A great way to polish your swing, let off steam and enjoy the weather.

Dhs30 for 50 balls, Dhs15 per club. Emirates Golf Club, Emirates Living (04 380 1234).

80. Enjoy Creekside shisha

QD’s is one of the city’s least pretentious shisha venues, with a real melting-pot vibe and great views of Dubai Creek.

Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

81. Party all over The World

The first public visit to The World (remember those little sand islands just off the Dubai coast?) will take place this month, with an exclusive nightclub opening on Lebanon island. Royal Island Beach Club opening soon – keep an eye on future issues of Time Out for details.

82. See a Russian cabaret

Drink, dine and be entertained like a star at new Russian supper club Tchaikovsky’s, which offers a traditional Russian dance show every evening, plus a few more modern numbers.

Marina Byblos Hotel, Dubai Marina (055 168 9151).

83. Sing your heart out

The hush-hush karaoke joint above China Sea restaurant offers a typical Chinese experience in the heart of Deira.

Al Maktoum Street, Deira (04 295 9816).

84. Order a fruity mixed drink at Mahiki

This notorious Polynesian-themed nightspot, a celebrity-friendly import from London, is already the talk of the town, and it’s only been open six weeks. Expect plenty of Hawaiian shirts, plus bartending skills to rival Tom Cruise in Cocktail.

Jumeirah Beach Hotel (04 380 7731).

85. Saddle up at Stables

This brand-new horse-themed gastropub’s homely vibe mixes Royal Ascot with the feel of a Swiss ski lodge. Expect to see former Man U footballer Lee Sharpe propping up the bar most evenings (he tells us it’s his favorite venue in the city).

Sheikh Zayed Road, above Fibber Magee’s (04 342 5571).

86. Hear a mélange of local music

Dubai’s cosmopolitan composition makes it the perfect place for musicians to meld traditions and genres. Local label The Fridge often showcase diverse talent.

The Fridge, Al Quoz, (04 347 7793).

87. Spend a lazy afternoon in a pub garden 

The Irish Village boasts what is possibly Dubai’s best pub-like drinking garden. You can even bring your pooch.

The Aviation Club, Garhoud (04 282 4750).

88. Dance on the sand

Beach festival Sundance should be tried at least once. The next big event, on Friday, March 9, features Snow Patrol and Calvin Harris.

Dhs250. Atlantis the Palm (04 426 2626).

89. Test your brain with a quiz

There are plenty of pub quizzes around town, so conquer them all with your brainy friends. Start with Fibber Magee’s, which features music, photo and Plasticine rounds.

Free. Tue 8pm. Fibber Magee’s, behind Crowne Plaza Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 332 2400).

90. Bargain drinks at the Yacht Club

Never did a pint at the end of the working week have such a great marina backdrop. 

Happy hour every night from 6pm-8pm. Dubai Marina Yacht Club (04 362 7900).

91. Bar-crawl through the Madinat Jumeirah

Everything is within walking distance, and there are enough bars to make a night of it. Start at Jambase, head down to BarZar via Left Bank, pop into Trader Vic’s and see if you can make it to The Agency.

Souk Madinat Jumeirah (04 366 8888).

92. Watch a blockbuster movie in five-star luxury

The Platinum Suite at Reel Cinemas is the business class of cinema-going: it includes huge reclining chairs, pillows, blankets and a personal butler on call. It’s even better than Vox’s Gold Class.

Dhs120. Reel Cinemas, the Dubai Mall (04 449 1988).

93. Join a photography trip to Musandam

Learn how to shoot the region’s most remarkable sights, This workshop can be customized and could include a trip to Bastakiya, Musandam or Bab Al Shams.

Prices from Dhs100. Edventure Travel (050 715 9457).

94. Buy David Beckham’s pants

Well, almost. The football icon’s bodywear line for H&M, featuring men’s briefs, lands in stores this month.

H&M, various locations including The Dubai Mall (04 330 8327).

95. Enjoy a couples’ spa treatment

The ultimate treat for the pair of you, and a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

96. Get a makeover

Learn how to apply makeup like a professional with personal beauty sessions at Make Up For Ever’s concept boutique.

From Dhs75 for half an hour. Make Up For Ever, The Dubai Mall (04 325 3496).

97. Learn to skateboard at Tashkeel 

This unique outdoor skate park offers classes so you can unleash your inner Tony Hawk.

Dhs200 per private class, Dhs120 per group class. Tashkeel, Nad Al Sheba, www.tashkeel.org (04 336 3313).

98. Try windsurfing

Take a lesson at the One&Only Royal Mirage. Dhs130 for 50 minutes.

(04 399 9999).

99. Hire a bike to explore the city

If you can’t afford to buy a bike, why not hire one and discover Dubai on two wheels?

Road bike rental from Dhs100 per day. Wolfi’s Bike Shop, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 339 4453).

100. Learn how to sail in Jebel Ali 

Take to the waves and try an introductory sailing course at new watersports center Watercooled.

Dhs520 for two hours
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