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Adventures in Dubai

Adventure stories about activities you can do and tourist spots/attractions not only in Dubai, but the rest of the United Arab Emirates. | Pinoy adventures in Dubai.

The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi is the largest mosque in the UAE. It also happens to be one of the largest mosques in the world. Among the many places to visit in Abu Dhabi, you definitely shouldn’t miss seeing this magnificent structure with your own eyes! The grand mosque was named after… Read More

Being the third-largest emirate in the UAE, Sharjah offers plenty of things to do for travellers. You can visit the historic Al Hisn Fort, ride the Eye of the Emirates, catch a cricket match at Sharjah Stadium, and stand in the rain without getting wet. Wait… what?! The Rain Room is an “immersive installation” by Random International,… Read More

Looking for a place to “cool off” this summer? Check out the newest waterpark in town — the Laguna Waterpark at La Mer, one of Dubai’s most exciting beachfront destinations. Recently opened on May 12th, Laguna Waterpark offers something for the whole family! There are rides for kids as well as for more adventurous teens.… Read More

Long before oil was discovered in the region, the heart of the city was the Dubai Creek. It was the center of trade between the emirate and nearby towns and cities. Today, with its traditional architecture and transportation, the Creek remains as one of Dubai’s most charming attractions. In recent years, the Dubai government has… Read More

It may not be the biggest or most well-known emirate in the country, but there are many awesome places to visit in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE. What’s more, one thing is for certain — their latest, gravity-defying attraction will surely put this emirate in the world map! The “Jebel Jais Flight” is a zip line… Read More

Spanning an area of 1700 square kilometers, Ras Al Khaimah is the fourth-largest emirate in the UAE. It is situated along the east of the Persian Gulf, on the northern part of the country. About half of the population of Ras Al Khaimah are Emiratis. In recent years, the emirate has witnessed massive developments in… Read More

Fujairah is the fifth-largest emirate in the UAE, with an area of 1,450 square kilometers. Notably, it is the only emirate that is not located on the Persian Gulf. Instead, you will find it on the Gulf of Oman, situated on the eastern part of the country. This fascinating emirate is filled with spectacular mountains… Read More

Spanning a total land area of 800 square kilometers, Umm Al Quwain is one of the smaller emirates in the UAE. Located between Ras Al Khaimah and Ajman, this emirate also happens to have the smallest population in the country. Despite its size, Umm Al Quwain has a flourishing economy based on agriculture, fishing, livestock… Read More

In terms of land area, Ajman is the smallest emirate in the UAE, with an area of only 460 square kilometers. You will find it on the western coast of the country, along the Gulf Coast. Even though it is the smallest in size, however, Ajman has the fifth-largest population in the UAE. Majority of… Read More

Sharjah is the third-largest emirate in the UAE. It may not be as well known as Dubai and Abu Dhabi, but it is fast becoming a popular destination in the country. One interesting fact about Sharjah is that it is the only emirate that has land on both the Arabian Gulf Coast and the Gulf… Read More

Situated along Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, only 15 minutes away from Dubai, is the Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club. It offers state-of-the-art facilities for golf, paintball, pistol and rifle shooting, and gym training. It also has restaurants, a spa, and other recreational facilities. The Sharjah Golf and Shooting Club opened in 2005, through the… Read More

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Spanning an area of 460 square kilometers, Ajman is the smallest emirate in the UAE. It is situated on the Gulf Coast, along the western coast of the country. Despite having the smallest land area, Ajman is the fifth-largest emirate in terms of population, of which more than 80 percent are expats. Fishing has long… Read More

Fans of “How to Drain Your Dragon” will definitely love the latest addition to one of Dubai Parks and Resorts’ destinations. Get ready for exciting rides that will remind you of Toothless and other dragons in the film series! The “How to Train Your Dragon” Land is now open in Motiongate Dubai, as part of… Read More

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