Welcome to Dubai!
During your stay in Dubai, you will need to be very aware about local crimes, beach safety and road safety. By doing this you will need to make sure you do not carry a lot of valuable belongings with you as you could be an easy target. Also while walking around the local are you need to be aware of any pickpockets as they can easily try and take your handbag without you even realising. Also public displays of affections are frowned upon. In there past there have been several arrests for kissing in public.
Also the country’s laws are that tourists should not offend, for example no swearing especially during the holy months for example Ramadan and religious areas. Swearing and making rude gestures are considered absence acts and offenders can be jailed.
Tourists under the age of 21 are not allowed to drink alcohol. Alcoholic drinks are served in licensed hotel and clubs, but it is a punishable offence to drink, or the be under the influence of alcohol, in the public. There is a zero tolerance for drugs related offences.
The dress code for Women in Dubai is that they should dress modestly when in public areas, for example in shopping malls. When out in public, clothes should cover the tops of the arms and legs and underwear should not be visible. Swim wear should only be worn at beaches or round the swimming pool
Accommodation Information – City Max Bur Dubai
need for adaptors
30 minute taxi ride
Cost 275AED → £56.12
Women &men changing rooms, inside there are different size lockers to rent Hire out a private cabana for the day
Four food stands & two restaurants
There are 3 places within the water park to buy gifts & anything needed for the day
360m long lazy river
Tallest structure and building in the world – 829.8 metres high
It takes around 1.5 hours to enjoy
There are three observation decks – level 124, 125 and 148
Did you know? The beams of lights can be seen 20 miles away & are visible from space
Water jets up to 450ft
The fountain is 900ft long
The dancing fountains are made up of 5 circle and 2 central arcs
Over 6,000 lights and 25 colour projectors ‘dance’ to 35 songs
World’s largest shopping mall
Aquarium and underwater zoo
120 cafes and restaurants
Indoor theme park
Cost – AED 140 £28
Camel rides, Henna painting, Belly dancing, Shisha, Arabic coffee and dates, Try on different traditional costumes , Unlimited soft and cold drinks as well as bottled water
Pick up from the hotel at 5pm
- Leave the desert at 9:30pm to
- get back to the hotel for 10pm