Weekends are a golden opportunity in Dubai to unwind and recuperate. With the pandemic situation constantly changing, it is great to unplug and find safe ways to relax. Here are some ways to find that relaxation time in Dubai over the weekend.
Authentic Desert Safari Experiences
How about spending your weekend in the Arabian desert sand skiing, camel riding, or dune bashing? It is a magical experience to witness sunsets on the Arabian sands. Visitors will relish spending a night in the Bedouin culture and stargazing with friends and family.
Open-air movie experiences under a canopy of stars, warm popcorn, hot chocolate, and favourite films are a movie-lovers delight. When the sun dips down, guests can stretch out at the Outdoor at the Galleria Mall, and one can choose from an oversized bean bag to the VIP experience and stretch out on a cabana to enjoy a safe and sanitized cinema experience. One can also pick Zero Gravity, La Mer, and Souk Amphitheater for a great outdoor cinema experience.
Visit Flower Farm in Wadi Asimah
How about visiting one of Dubai's best-kept secrets? A sprawling flower farm with a burst of colours and stunningly gorgeous flowers at Wadi Asimah, Fujairah, which is a must-visit. With over 30,000 flowers, including sunflowers, Delphinia, snapdragons, and more, the farm is rapidly gaining recognition.
Visit Dubai Garden Glow
The Dubai Garden Glow offers a one-of-a-kind recreation park that's ideal for a family getaway. It is fun to explore the sparkling garden with its sculptures and fascinating light display especially after sunset. The venue has safety measures like temperature checks before entering the venue and social distancing protocols in place.
Dubai offers authentic culinary experiences with some delicious brunch options. Patrons can try brunches at Onda Nami, located at Bla Bla Dubai, where one can enjoy the views of Bluewaters Island and Dubai Eye and also relish an array of mouth-watering dishes. Another popular joint is the Public restaurant in Dubai Mall, where patrons can try dishes like zataar, buratta & honey bread, and feta bread.