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NameDubai
DescriptionDubai is a city of contrasts: why choose between hurtling down a ski slope, taking a dip in the sea or going for a walk in the desert? Here, everything is possible! A simple fishing port 10 years ago, today Dubai is both an ultra-modern international megalopolis and a city whose spirit is derived from Arabic traditions still evident in the mosques, alleyways, traditional houses and souks. Divided into two parts by the Gulf, you can visit it by renting a water taxi. You will be seduced by the Bedouin hospitality and by the numerous leisure activities. To discover, to understand, to wonder, and enjoy oneself, to marvel…So many entertaining opportunities to be enjoyed by the WHOLE FAMILY and which can be reached from your hotel in Dubai!
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Museums & ExhibitionsAl Ahmadiya School This school, dating from the early 20th century, was the first academic establishment in the Emirates. Closed since 1963, it has now been converted into an educational museum and offers a tour of the recreation yard, which was also used for sports, the traditional classroom, the library with its ancient academic artefacts, and two photo exhibitions from the period. Educational like a school! Quartier Deira, Dubaï– Tel.: (+971) 43 93 71 51 From Saturday to Thursday from 8.00 am to 7.30 pm and Friday from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm (Call for times during Ramadan.) Dubaï Museum – Fort Al-Fahidi This museum in Fort Al-Fahidi is a gold mine of information about the origins, history and life of the Dubai people. Reconstructed life scenes — docks, stalls, classrooms, negotiating the price of pearls, Bedouin camps at night fall, fishing — capture the sounds and odours. See collections of weapons and armour, scenes of embarkations and rooms of traditional residencies…young and old will love it! Quartier Bur Dubaï, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 43 53 18 62 From Saturday to Thursday from 8.30 am to 8.30 pm and Friday from 2.30 am to 8.30 pm. Heritage House On visiting this traditional residence, you will feel like a lord. You will see the majilis (room for receiving guests), the guest room, the yard, the kitchen, the main room where the family got together, the bathroom and finally the children’s games room. You will explore several artefacts: carpets, cushions, coffee machine, sewing machine, bread making facility, male headdresses, furniture, and games… Quartier Deira, Dubaï– Tel.: (+971) 42 26 02 86 From Saturday to Thursday from 8.00 am to 7.30 pm and Friday from 2.30 pm to 7.30 pm.
  
Zoos, aquariums, parks and gardensCreek Park This hub at the heart of the tower blocks is a huge park that is greatly appreciated by families. With its huge lawns, its lakeside walk, its numerous games areas, its little educational farm and the children’s world, there is something here for everyone! Also available are the cable cars that go along the creek for an unrestricted view of the city. Quartier Umm Hurair, rue Riyadh, Dubaï – Tel. : (+971) 43 36 76 33 Every day from 8.00 am to 11.00 pm. Adventureland Located 30 km from Dubai, this indoor amusement park will appeal to parents and children. Over 20 attractions for young and old are organised around a themed décor so that everyone has their fill of great fun and mad laughs! A video game and simulator room are also available. In short, this is a place of relaxation and amusement for all the family! Sahara Centre, 1st Level, Al Nahda Interchange, Dubai-Sharjah Road, Sharjah – Tel.: (+971) 65 31 63 63 From Sunday to Tuesday from 10.00 am to 10.30 pm, Wednesday and Saturday from 10.00 am to 11.00 pm, Thursday from 10.00 am to midnight, Friday from 2.00 pm to midnight (Call for times during Ramadan.) Mushriff Park About fifteen kilometres from the city centre, Mushriff Park is the biggest in Dubai. Extending into the desert, this family park has slides and swings, a climbing area, a pool, trampolines, pony and camel tours among trees, flowers, fountains and lawns. There is a miniature international village where 13 world maisonettes allow children to discover the different architecture of various countries in a playful way. Rue Al Kawaneej, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 42 88 36 24 Every day from 8.00 am to 11.00 pm. Children’s City An educational city for children from 2 to 15, Children’s City invites its young visitors to explore, learn, investigate…and have fun! Various science, nature and cultural themes are explored in many ways…in the planetarium, through communication technology, world cultural exhibits, and animalsThe approach is playful, interactive and educational and based on the principle of touching and observing. A bit like Science City in Paris, the Children’s City is a family experience. Creek Park, Porte 1, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 43 34 08 08 From Saturday to Thursday from 9.00 am to 8.30 pm and Friday from 3.00 am to 8.30 pm. Ski Dubaï – Snow Park No you are not imagining it! Ski Dubai is the first indoor winter sports resort in the Middle East. As well as its snowy slopes, Ski Dubai has a winter games area for children. Equipment and shoes are provided—but wear warm clothes!. An ice cavern, tunnels, bridges, trampolines, igloo, sliding games, the lights and song of whales will transport children into a very unusual world. Parents can wait while having a nice hot chocolate! Mall of the Emirates, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 44 09 40 00 Every day from 10.00 am to 12.00 pm. Parc Jumeirah Beach Need to take an idle break? The Jumeirah Park is the ideal place because it is a municipal park with a white sand beach shaded by coconut trees. How do you decide between swimming in the sea, playing a game of volleyball on one of the courts or lying on the huge lawns? A nice relaxing day awaits the whole family. Rue Jumeirah, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 43 49 25 55 Every day from 8.00 am to 11.00 pm.
  
Good places for a family mealBeirut Restaurant & Grill This popular busy Lebanese restaurant offers grill specialities in a room with small private tables for families. Go there for the mezze, kebabs and the terrace. Rue Al Diyafah, Bur Dubaï, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 43 98 88 81 Every day from 9.00 am to 4.00 am. Bastakiah Nights Offering Lebanese, Arab and Iranian-based cooking, with varied and extensive menus, this restaurant on the edge of the creek is not to be missed. A children’s menu is available. Quartier Bastakiya, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 43 53 77 72 Everyday from 12.00 pm to 3.30 pm and from 7.00 pm to midnight. Shakespeare & Co For a simple meal or brunch, Shakespeare & Co is ideal, especially with children. The service is quick, children have their own menu and a game room is available. Safa Center, rue Al Wals, Dubaï – Tel.: (+971) 43 94 11 21 Every day from 7.00 to midnight. Where to stayRadisson royal hotel, Novotel world trade centre, Oasis beach tower apartments
 
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