Jumeirah Emirates Towers - Destination Info
The Museum housed at the Al Fahdi Fort gives a glimpse of the history and heritage of Dubai. It covers everyday life before the discovery of oil, as well as some very ancient artefacts.
To see the inside of the landmark Jumeirah Mosque and the Sheik Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding, you have to join an organised tour for non-Muslims.
Dubai Dolphinarium features spectacular shows and education about these amazing mammals.
The Dubai Mall is the world’s most-visited: 1200 shops, two department stores, and over 160 food and beverage choices. Plus, an Aquarium, ice rink, and cinemas.
Join the 60,000 race-goers who head for the Meydan Race Track, between November and March, for some of the richest racing prizes on earth.
To get a taste of the traditional pace of life in this part of the Arab world, take a dhow cruise down the Dubai Creek. Or soar above it all, on a sea plane tour.
The hotel allows you free entry to the Wild Wadi Water Park. It delivers 30 rides for all ages, themed around the tale of Juha, a character from Arabian folklore.
The Boulevard, connecting the twin towers, offers top-notch shopping for designer fashion and more, plus personal grooming, restaurants, bars and many opportunities to unwind.