Dubai is one of the most expensive cities, but you still need to visit beautiful places more than walking in a shopping mall even if you don’t have much money! Therefore, we have listed below some recommendations that will cost less than 6 Dirham .. YES, just 5 AED or less. 😉
1- The Dubai Fountain (0 Dirham/Person)
2- Hatta Heritage Village (0 Dirham/Person)
Hatta Village is located in the heart of Hatta mountainous area within the emirate of Dubai, about 100 Km away from Dubai City, overlooking two mountains which were traditionally called “Hajaran” or “Hajarin” in olden days. It has 30 buildings, shops for selling traditional heritage collections, a group of neighboring farms with a fresh water canal (Falaj) running through them.
3- Dubai Zoo (2 Dirhams/Person)
Dubai Zoo is the oldest zoo of its kind not only in the United Arab Emirates but also in the Arabian Peninsula. Located in Jumeirah, the Dubai Zoo is a popular attraction, especially for families. The zoo’s modern facilities though small includes a group of animals that fit to UAE’s environment, and in other environments from all over the world and houses approximately 230 animal species among these are around 248 mammal specimens, including foxes, hyenas, pumas, lions, jaguars, chimpanzees, baboons, monkeys, deer, bears, porcupines, giraffes and Barbary sheep.
4- Safa Park (3 Dirhams/Person)
Safa Park is Dubai’s most popular park. It delivers a complete escape from the hustle of Dubai. This is where families head for picnics, using the permanent barbecues set up around the edge of the park.
5- Dubai Museum & Al Fahidi Fort (3 Dirhams/Person)
Dubai Fort is situated at the south of Dubai Creek, at the Al Souk Al Kabir area which teems with vigorous trade and is close to the Ruler’s Court (the monarch’s divan). It was built back in 1787, about 200 years ago, as the premises of the monarch and a fort of defence, since it sat on the border of the urban Dubai at the time.
The visitors of Dubai Museum “Al Fahidi Fort” have an opportunity to get rich, full and integral knowledge of the very old history of Dubai that interacted with different people and civilizations across history.
6- Zabeel Park (5 Dirhams/Person)
Zabeel Park is one of the first technology-driven parks in the Gulf, with an area equivalent to 45 football playgrounds, and is home to children’s amusement complex and edutainment center.
7- Creek Park (5 Dirhams/Person)
Creekside Park is right on the edge of the Dubai Creek, making it really stand out from the other green spaces in the city. Stroll along the paved promenade, watch the dhows bobbing in the water, hire a bike and explore, or get a bird’s eye view of the city by taking a trip in the Creek Park Cable Car.
If you live outside Dubai and you still want to visit these places, click here to compare hotels rates in Dubai for the best price.
Remember that you don’t need to spend too much money or time to break your daily routine. Try always to find space to enjoy different and fresh experiences away from traditional hangouts.
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