By Admin ::

2021-07-12 ::

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The best of Dubai on a budget

Dubai may be a home to some of the most, but it is also a destination that explorers can enjoy on a budget. From epic outdoor experience to free fountain shows and affordable fairground attractions, the emirate takes economizing to new heights.

The main concern that majority of the travelers must consider is the budget. Of course, how can you travel without budgeting the whole trip. So, it’s one of the big factors that we need to plan.

Some may hear that Dubai is the land of the luxury as it was the location of the finest and extravagant touristy destination. From food, touristy spots and even the facilities.. Small or big.

Here are the things that you can do when you are in dubai.


Trekking is a form of walking, undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery. ... Trekking is a form of walking, undertaken with the specific purpose of exploring and enjoying the scenery. It usually takes place on trails in areas of relatively unspoiled wilderness.

In dubai you can choose a perfect location for trekking according to your mood and taste. You can just pick either of these five trekking destinations.

-Jebel Qiwi

-Wadi Tayyibah

-The Shawka

-Wadi Lasal


With High temperature, trekking in dubai is for early birds but trekking is best done during winter season. Just enjoy the moment while you are in the journey, breathe and release the stress tha you have been bringing for quite a long time. You can enjoy trekking with a bunch of people that you will meet during the activity. They love trekking as much as you do.


In dubai it’s not just about paying more in order for you to enjoy the moment because they also have a free fountain show which you can chose where you want to go.

Festival City is home to one of three famous fountains with jets of water, music lights, dancing holograms and great balls of fire combine to form the spectacle which erupts every half an hour after sunset.

World renewed dubai fountain in downtown with traditional boat, available to book in Burj Lake and enjoy the sailing around nighty show of sights of burj khalifa while enjoying the music.

Recently launched and crowned as the biggest fountain of the world, the pal fountain at The Pointe- a new boulevard development at the palm. THE BIGGEST FOUNTAIN IN DUBAI AND THE WORLD

You can also watch the shows from one of the many restaurants and bars at The Pointe on Palm Jumeirah.

Experience the wonders of the Palm Fountain at The Pointe in Palm Jumeirah, the biggest fountain in Dubai and the world!

Spanning across the boulevard of The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah, The Palm Fountain is officially the world’s largest fountain.

The two giant floating platforms cover 14,000 sq meters of sea water, towering at 105 meters, and lighting up the sky of Dubai with magical 3,000 LEDs. The fountain also dances to hit songs from all around the globe.

The Palm Fountain enthralls visitors with spectacular shows daily from sunset to midnight.

Coffee Museum in Dubai

This is a sort of museum-come-shop-come-shrine to all things coffee! Located in a villa in the Al Fahidi neighborhood, the Coffee Museum Dubai tells the history of coffee and has an impressive collection of coffee-related artifacts, including a 300-year-old coffee pot. There are books about coffee, old examples of coffee advertising, and lots of roasting demonstrations which give the whole museum a lovely aroma. The staff also know pretty much all there is to know about the bean so chances are they can answer any and all of your coffee-related questions.

Ride An Abra

Thre abra boat at dubai Creek are one of the city’s best value-for-money experiences. You can hop on one of the small wooden boats – which are usually filled with commuters – and sail down the creek taking in the great view of old and new Dubai. The main abra stations are at Dubai’s Old Souq and the Dubai Gold Souq. It is not free but 1AED is worth the ride.

Ras Al Khor Flamingos

You’ve probably seen the hundreds of pink flamingos that live in the water near the junction of Ras Al Khor Road and the Dubai-Al Ain highway, but did you know you can get a much closer view? At the Ras Al Khor Wildlife  you can pick up a pair of binoculars and hide out in one of the three wooden birding hides near the water’s edge. Entrance is free and the huts are open between 9am and 4pm Saturday through Thursday. It’s a wonderful free activity to do with children.

Here are just one of the few things that you can do while visiting dubai. But don't limit yourself as it has more to explore. Live, Enjoy and have fun as life is just too short to be sad.