Best and free things to do in Dubai

Dubai is famous for its skyscrapers buildings, shopping malls, and luxurious hotels and resorts. But if you’re on a budget, you might be wondering about the best and  free things to do in Dubai?”

From historic hoods to natural hideouts, Dubai has so many free things to do. The city of gold reflects buildings that touch the sky, luxury, traditions, and cultures wrapped with a blanket of deserts and exotic man-made islands.

Being reputed for its luxury lifestyle, the cosmopolitan Middle East Kingdom is hard to relate to “free things”. Isn’t it? Whether you believe it or not, there are so many things to do in Dubai for free or just for a few AED. Check out these free places to visit in Dubai. Also, if you are on a limited budget make sure to contact any Rent a car Dubai company to book an economical car. 

  • Alserkal Avenue
  • Who says there is no culture or traditions in Dubai? Once you get in there, you will see the wonderful art galleries of the city (usually free). The best place you should visit first is Alserkal Avenue in Al Quoz, a beautiful art gallery. There are always various exhibitions, workshops, conferences, and screenings. There’s another great place for art lovers called Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood, which is home to the beautiful XVA art Gallery (formerly a hotel complex) and the Alserkal culture.

  • Coffee Museum
  • Dubai is full of unique (also even cheaper) museums with free entry or cost few Dirhams. Dubai’s Coffee Museum is one of them and yet a very interesting place to visit. Once you go there, you’ll see decades or even centuries-old grinders, pots, and roasters from all around the world. In few miles, there is a coin museum, which is worth a visit even if you are not a serious numismatist. If you are fonder of poetry, you can visit the museum dedicated to the poet Al Oqaili in Deira: its house is considered among the most admired heritage houses. Next to it, there is also the lovey Dubai Museum and Al Fahidi Fort, which are currently under modernization, but you can easily access them in just 3 Dirhams.

  • The Fountain Show of Dubai
  • The fountain of Dubai is quite classic and the world’s largest choreographed fountain, undertaking spectacular water acts likewise the Enrique Iglesias, Celine Dion, etc, The shows take place after every 30 minutes from 18:00 to 23:00 (until 23:30 on weekends). Launching on October 22nd, The Point’s Palm Fountain gets the record for the world’s biggest fountain. You can watch the 3 minutes show every 30 minutes from 19:00 to 12:00.

  • Visit Beaches
  • Unlike paid beaches, Dubai may not offer free Balearic sounds or clean glasses, but Dubai still has some free beaches to take a sunbathe. The Jumeirah Beach Residence endures perennial favorites, make sure you reach there on time to get some sand for sunbath as it gets really busy. Kite Beach is another great option to nab the best patch of sand named after the frequent Kite surfers. However, if you want to avoid the mobs, try Black Palace beach. It’s a little hard to find, but it gives you the right scenery with clean water and worth sighing views

  • Free Bird-Watching 
  • Why pay to visit a zoo when there is amazing wildlife near you? There’s a sanctuary located at the door of Dubai Creek called Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary. The sanctuary is home to more than 20,000 birds and it’s even more known for its incredible flock of flamingos. To sight the beautiful view, all you need to do is to head to one of the three viewing hides marked around the sanctuary. Open to visit from October to March from 7:30 to 17:30 and April to September from 6:00 to 18.00. Entry is free of cost and binoculars available to borrow.

    Final Words

    So, now you know that Dubai is more than just a grandeur. There are many things that you can do for free in Dubai. Plan your trip to Dubai and experience these things while putting a very low burden on your pocket. If you do a little more research, you will also find many things that won’t even cost you a penny. If you are traveling to Dubai for the first time, you may have questions about the rules and laws that Western tourism considers strange. In short, be nice. Wear normal clothing and make sure your shoulders are covered. Also, drinking in public is prohibited except in certain bars. Have a wonderful journey. Furthermore, for a convenient trip experience, make sure to book a budget car from any professional Cheap Car Rental Dubai company.

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