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Interesting Places

Each Rove location shines light onto the wonders of this vibrant city, rich in history, leading with modernity, culture, art & tradition with unrivalled entertainment at every turn – Don’t miss a thing!

Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC)
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The DWTC has played an integral role in the city’s tourism and trade over the years by connecting people, products, and ideas throughout the year.

The DWTC hosts over 3 million visitors each year. Dubai is a world-leading host for exhibitions, conferences, and events, known for being the epicenter of business in the Middle East. The DWTC has played an integral role in the city’s tourism and trade over the years by connecting people, products, and ideas throughout the year. Have a lookout for shows and exhibitions taking place here at any given time, fit with all of the necessary amenities, retail, and food and beverage requirements for your visit.

City Walk
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Explore high-end stores, restaurants, wellness centres, and a botanical museum in a vibrant outdoor setting.

This is a multi-purpose lifestyle space where you can shop, dine, play and unwind. It is based on the concept of community and creativity, where convenience meets contemporary design. Visit for designer retail selections, foodie spots, and beauty salons. If you'd like a taste of the mall culture in a chilled environment, this is the place to go to.

Burj Khalifa
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As the world's tallest building with one of the highest outdoor observatories, it’s a definite must-visit location!

As the world's tallest building with one of the highest outdoor observatories, it’s a definite must-visit location! An icon in the Dubai cityscape, the Burj Khalifa peaks at 160 stories tall (828 metres!), putting you high above the clouds, with views stretching as far as Iran’s shoreline. The building's design is inspired by the Spider Lily, a regional desert flower, and in it, there are a plethora of options to live, work, and play. Visitors can swim, lounge and marvel when inside this architectural wonder. Two observation decks - At The Top Burj Khalifa and SKY - provide stunning views of the city. You can also visit At.Mosphere for a great meal or a drink at 422 metres from the ground and see some Arabic cultural artworks from the world's tallest art gallery.

Etihad Museum
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Ideal for culture vultures, the Etihad Museum is your ticket to learning about the UAE’s contemporary history

Ideal for culture vultures, the Etihad Museum is your ticket to learning about the UAE’s contemporary history, all at the same site where the constitution was signed in 1971. Its interactive design showcases photos and films within its exhibition spaces, education center, and library, allowing viewers to witness the rise of the city they’re in. There is much to learn about the rich Middle Eastern heritage of the UAE, spanning its independence, current state of advanced development and its link to the seven Emirati nations, as reflected within the structure’s seven columns.

Satwa
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Al Satwa - or simply Satwa - is one of Dubai’s oldest neighborhoods.

Al Satwa - or simply Satwa - is one of Dubai’s oldest neighborhoods. Nestled between Jumeirah and Bur Dubai, it’s home to a community of many expats and is best known for its vibrant street life. Trek to this location for Arabic fast food and - if you’re in need of a little nature before or after visiting the Union House - there’s always Al Khazzan Park for some peace among the busyness of this little district.

La Mer
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La Mer is the seaside beauty queen of Dubai.

La Mer is the seaside beauty queen of Dubai. Walk along the promenade by day and let the palm trees guide you to the sandy shores where you can relax by the sea or enjoy a meal at one of their 50+ dining outlets. There’s ample opportunity for a dip in the Arabian waters, surfing some waves, or sliding down water slides at Laguna Waterpark. By night, visit the European-style wonderland buildings at the waterfront, adorned with graffiti murals and sparkling hanging lights. This is easily one of the city’s most Instagram-able spots to visit!