A sightseeing experience designed to fascinate with a different perspective of Dubai, a place that truly never sleeps, with a Dubai night tour.
Experience Dubai by night with our friendly Gray Line workers as we take you on a wonderful evening escapade that begins at Madinat Jumeirah, a market overlooking the sparkling Arabian water where you can wander and discover the many treasures that the Arabian culture has to offer.
Following that, we will drive to the Jumairah beach area, its rich road, and Dubai’s most prominent residential districts, where you will be able to experience the grandeur of the city’s metropolitan, modern appeal, noting how Dubai’s splendor is a mixture of old and new traditions.
From there, we’ll visit “BOX city,” a one-of-a-kind architectural design area made entirely of shipping containers. Before walking through the City Walk, which comes alive at night, we’ll cross the newly lighted manmade Canal. We’ll take Shaikh Zayed north to the popular DUBAI frame, where we’ll see the lighted Dinosaur and Glow park before entering DIFC, which is both a financial and an art center with restaurants like ZUMA, Petite Maison, and Cipriani.
The tour will conclude in Downtown Dubai, where you will be able to get a close look at the world’s tallest skyscraper, the Burj Khalifa, as well as Dubai’s own mystical centerpiece. You’ll also be able to see Dubai’s popular fountain display, which features water dancing in the moonlight while surrounded by the city skyline’s twinkling stars. After the tour, we will return to your hotel via DUBAI mall.
Our tour will begin at Madinat Jumeirah.
Take your time wandering through the winding streets, past towers, lantern-lit corridors, and narrow waterways.
Following this scenic experience, our party heads to the Dubai Marina for a glimpse of Dubai’s soaring residential district and to get a feel for the “Walk.” We’re not in Miami Beach; instead, we’re in Dubai!
The Burj Khalifa skyscraper, a world-class destination and the majestic centerpiece of Dubai, features the most sophisticated incandescent large fountain lights accessible today, as well as 25 color projectors that build a visual range of over 1,000 abstract attractions.
The fountain’s upward-pointing ray of light can be seen from over 20 miles away and even from space, making it the brightest spot in the Middle East, if not the entire world.