Kudos to you, seriously, out of a plethora of people who plan to move ahead in their careers and make choices that land them up in the best global destinations, you made it!
You actually are living the dream of being a part of something impeccable and leading a professional life in one of the most sought after destinations. Dubai or the Emirate of dreams as they call it, there’s so much to look forward to after you’ve hopped on to a flight to this exotic emirate.
Of course, securing a desirable job that suffices all your needs and gives a taste of the most lavish lifestyle was the first thing you ticked-off your wish list, but what next?
Well, if you’re here, there is an awful lot you can try to keep yourself from the most mundane of activities to make things dull. The list below will talk about the same and suggest a few fun things you should try, when in Dubai.
1) Visit the Most Exquisite Beaches
While, this destination might be infamous for the heat strokes and the ever rising temperature, but there’s one thing about Dubai that’s still not conspicuous round the globe. There’s nothing better than going for a stroll down these long beaches and relaxing in the temperature controlled pools.
Goes without saying that beaches like Al Mamzar and Jumeirah are the most famous ones, with every bit of luxury like 5 star hotels and private clubs in the vicinity.
2) Go on a Shopping Spree
Making your preparations before relocating to Dubai, you might’ve heard the rumors about people ending up broke within the first month of their visit, things will stay fine if you know where to shop. Home to the largest entertainment destination on the globe, there’s nothing you won’t find in the Dubai mall. Plus, places like Mall of the Emirates and Jumeirah Beach Road are always to your rescue.
Not to forget, the Souks should a must-visit, as it’s the only place which will give you a tinge of the fact, how well rooted to its ancient culture this emirate is.
3) Taking Day Long Trips
Work life in Dubai often gets too busy, but surely you’ll find some time to try out an even rigorous yet immensely joyful thing in Dubai, taking day long trips. Yes, it really is an impeccable experience. You can find a number of tour companies that will help you out in the same regard here.
Dubai and all other emirates are small places with open borders. Plus, owing to the location of this most populous emirate, it’ll be cakewalk to visit the other six as well.
Naturally, the idea of Dubai itself paints a picture of sand dunes and scorching heat, so why not try it out! Renting a dune buggy and going for a desert safari are something to definitely try a hand at.
4) Skiing and Jet Skiing
While, the two of them are quite different, one thing that puts them under a common domain is that Dubai offers an enjoyable experience in both regards. As for skiing,Ski Dubai is the place to be, if a snowboarding experience is what you’re looking forward to. The 22,500 sq. ft. wide spot consists of a 60m high indoor mountain with all the slopes and steepness you need to have a gala time.
Plus, Jet Skiing can be a great experience as well, with the warmth of Gulf water and sunshine making it a pleasant experience for you to have. Plus, The Dubai Water Sports Association has an annual event, wherein top professional skiers from around the world participate in a week long festival.
5) Visit the Mind Blowing Museums Here
Talk about museums and one often starts snoring, but not in Dubai! Well, this place has a lot on its plate when it comes to showing the tourists what its heritage consists of.
Dubai Museum at Al Fahidi Fort is one such place. Being the oldest building standing in this emirate, it’s the home to the traditional lifestyle of the locals and all antiques and artifacts. Not to forget, with extravagant projects like the ‘Museum of the Future’, there’s so much to look forward to!
The list goes on till infinity, because Dubai’s a mini world in itself. Just make sure you’ve had a bite of every flavor and your professional life will never be boring!
Author Bio: Anshuman Kukreti is a professional writer and a keen follower of the global job market. An engineer by qualification and an artist at heart, he writes on various topics related to employment in Qatar and the Gulf.