Best Attractions & Activities

With all of the things to do and see in a city, deciding how to spend your time can be quite an agonizing decision. 10best has narrowed all of the available attractions in Dubai to a list of the most appealing and reputable, to aide in your decision making. You can rest easy knowing that any choice you make from our list is sure to please.



The distinctive double-decker buses are now an integral part of Dubai's automotive landscape, shuttling an increasing number of tourists round the city's principal sights in considerable numbers. Each ticket entitles you to a free one-hour...  Read More

Dubai Museum


Al Faheidi Fort, which dates back to the early 19th century, houses the Dubai Museum, which has an impressive collection of military and cultural artifacts. The fort, believed to be Dubai's oldest standing building, was originally constructed to...  Read More

Wild Wadi Waterpark


Wild Wadi Waterpark offers families an entire afternoon of thrills and water activities. This "hidden lagoon" features everything from waterfalls, soaring cliffs and hidden lagoons to swimming holes, a tidal pool and scores of waterslides. Best...  Read More

Heritage & Diving Villages


The Dubai Heritage & Diving Villages, located next to the Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoom House, offer invaluable insight into the city's past. This center focuses on the Emirate's cultural and social development in three fields: architecture, pearl...  Read More

Ski Dubai


Of all Dubai's attractions, this ingenious 'skiing in the desert' facility is the one that's raised most interest. The region's first indoor ski resort, spanning 22,500 sq meters, features real snow. It has five runs, the longest being 400...  Read More



When it comes to organizing desert safaris and 'dune bashing' expeditions, Arabian Adventures knows the fun possibilities of just about every grain of sand in the Dubai vicinity. In response to public demand, the company has broadened its range...  Read More

Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum House


One of the oldest residences in the city, Sheikh Saeed Al-Maktoum's House dates back to the late 19th century. The home was constructed using traditional preparation techniques, and large windtowers helped keep the home cool even on the hottest...  Read More



This exquisite structure is one the city's most noted and photographed landmarks. The Jumeirah Mosque, located a few minutes' drive from the beach area, is a gleaming example of a contemporary take on traditional Muslim architecture. The entire...  Read More

SplashLand and WonderLand


Encompassing nearly 20 hectares of fun water activities, Dubai's SpashLand is a favorite with adults and kids of all ages. This enormous fun park has scores of waterslides, a log flume, bumper boats and even inner tube hire. After having some...  Read More