Dubai is known as the city of five-star and luxury hotels and shopping malls, Dubai also holds the reputation of being a very expensive city, but imagine you get to visit places which are free or near to free of cost.
Only Dubai will make you feel special about your birthday if it is your birthday and you are in Dubai, before the clock hits 12 (of the night), visit the ‘Atlantis Palm Aqua Adventure’. This place is also known as ‘Aquaventure Waterpark’. All you have to do is visit their website and register your date of birth details and submit. And when you visit the waterpark on your big day just tell them and they will check the details and let you in.
When the article said all most free of cost things to do in Dubai also meant what you can with a Dhs 1 (Dhs is Dirham). A boat ride in Dhs 1 sounds invigorating if you want to experience this fact, visit the ‘Abra boats in Dubai Creek’. They give you a long and relaxing tour of the creek in a boat in Dhs 1. The boat is usually filled with tourists but you will get a tour of the Old Dubai. You can get these boats from 2 stops; from Dubai’s Old Souq and from Dubai Gold Souq. A boat ride in this amount might be the only best value of price with incomparable ordeal.
Visiting an art gallery or an art exhibition always has an entry fee, but Dubai is the only city where tourists can visit and see the most intricate paintings. This hamlet is called Al Serkal Avenue. Here, you can see art pieces of some of the most famous painters and some of the most expensive artwork. It is also called the Al Quoz gallery. There is no entrance fee and you will see different paintings of Dubai heritage and culture as well.
Dubai is very much famous for its beaches; the water is warm and waves are cordial. You can stay at the beach as much as you want and at any time you want. There are also free Wi-Fi zones for tourists on the beach.
There is also a beach which is owned by Flamingos, this beach belongs to thousands of Flamingos. Although, this place is on the outskirts of Dubai but not very far too. The entrance is free and there are huts as well which are open for public use till 9 am to 4 pm every day of the week.
Now you know, Dubai isn’t that expensive at all.