Dubai is one of the most amazing places in the world. It offers sights like n place else, and it is definitely worth exploring if you have the time. However, if you are doubtful you can see anything because of limited time – don’t be. So what to do in Dubai for 3 days? Here are a couple of ideas.

You could spend at least a month sightseeing and explore this amazing place. It is an amalgamation of tradition and wealth. Learn and use the metro system in Dubai, because it will be cheaper than taking a taxi. However, if they don't have a metro line - use a taxi, but remember to tip.

Day 1:
Dubai is one of the best places in the world for those who like to shop. Dubai mall is the most glamorous malls in the world. It has an aquarium and a zoo as well as many restaurants and even an ice-skating rink for children. It is positioned under the tallest man-created building in the world - the Burj Khalifa which is a spectacle in its own right. Go make a wish in the Dubai fountain before starting to explore the Mall. You will be able to entertain yourself for the day looking through the shops such as Gucci and Galleries Lafayette as it is most important ever to a number of people who are much involved.

You can access the Burj Khalifa from the Dubai mall, but tickets should be booked in advance. After a couple of hours in the mall, cross the bridge from the lower floor to the Souk al Bahar which resembles ancient Arabic souk. Everything from shishas and upscale bars and restaurants will be at your fingertips.

Day 2:
The next day could see you exploring the heritage projects. There are old houses that were created from palm leaves and mud. It will give you an insight into what Emirate life was all about in the Ancient world. Old crafts - pottery and weaving and pearl diving. There are many historic walking areas in Dubai with their sandstone houses and palm courtyards. You can visit Dubai museum that will show you the place before the oil and before tourism took over. Old weaponry and showcase minarets and show the ways of traditional fishing.

It has displays that will introduce visitors to the cultural history of Dubai. You can cross Dubai Creek on a traditional abra which is a wooden boat. Or you can go to the beachfront where the old meets the new.

Day 3:
On the last day of your journey, you can see how the geography of Dubai has changed over the centuries. Go visit Aquaventure Waterpark on a man-made island. Different rides for the Adventure seekers and people who just want to relax. 2 to 3 hours in water is sure to wear you out. If water is not really your thing you can go on a fascinating Desert Safari to explore this vast plane on camel back. If you want to go out with a bang - traditional Bedouin fest will be definitely worth it.

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