An absolute man-made beauty, Dubai – the city with amazing sights and worldly experiences ensures there is something for everyone. Bring in the new year by taking a trip to Dubai in January in its perfect weather which allows for all the adrenaline rush activities and grandeur sightseeing. The revolutionary city would make your trip to Dubai in January the best experience with the Dubai Shopping Festival!
Dubai’s attractions display their opulence exquisitely. While the city is famously known for its grand desert and magnificent Arabian Gulf, it also has amusement parks of the highest standards in the world, larger than the world-sized malls, clean beaches, jaw-dropping architectural buildings, grandeur accommodations and anything one could imagine. Read on to ensure you know everything before your trip to Dubai in January!
We have listed down the top things to do in Dubai in January for you. These places guarantee a breath-taking experience!
Dubai in January provides stunning aerial views and beautiful panoramas with high visibility and low humidity. Delightful weather and Blue painted skies promise a fantastic atmosphere to go skydiving. The famous spot for skydiving is Skydive Dubai Palm Drop Zone for unmatched views of the city. What are you waiting for – go ahead and add this to your itinerary for Dubai in January?
2. Citywalk Evenings – JBR & La Mer
If you relish good quality delicacies by the beach, beachside shopping, waterparks or chilling the day away on the sands of Dubai in January, then the JBR and La Mer are the perfect spots.
Relax and unwind at Jumeriah Beach Residence. This compact waterfront strip is known as The Walk at the JBR which is always buzzing with plenty of options for you to shop and eat all you want. Not just a bustling spot, but the boardwalk gives stunning views of the Ain Dubai – Ferris Wheel. Stroll along the water beneath the urban skyline and make some lifetime worth memories.
There’s more to the evening unwinding experience at the La Mer. This is undoubtedly the Most ‘Grammable spot of Dubai. A beach strip offering lots of fun, entertainment and shopping across 1.24 million square meters of space. Street art, paintings, cinema, a water park would surely catch your appreciation.
3. Desert Safari
Travel the offbeat places but don’t miss the extraordinary popular experiences. A trip to Dubai is incomplete when a Desert safari is missed. If you dread the scorching sun in the deserts, go on an evening desert safari. Desert safaris in Dubai in January would require you to carry a sweater for the warmth. Apart from the Dune bashing and other adventure sports, you can enjoy the views of the traditional Sheikhs dressed up and organising it all for you. The safari is all about fun and frolic with traditional bedouin activities along with a sumptuous feast at the camp. Lounge on the cushions in the tents and witness the Fire and Tanoura performances, Belly dancing, get henna tattoos while you relish on their traditional Arabic coffees (gahwa) and Fresh Dates.
4. Dubai Shopping Festival
Dubai in January still has a lot of celebrations with pomp and show even after the new year. Shopaholic’s bucket list destination, families delight, child’s wishes come true – Thanks to extravagant Dubai Shopping festival. This month-long annual event in 2020 witnessed 3,847 events, over 4,000 outlets participating actively by offering deals and discounts, and AED50 million worth of prizes were won. The City-wide Dubai Shopping festival ensures nobody can miss the unbelievable offers sometimes as low as 75% discounts.
We said Dubai Shopping Festival is celebrated with pomp and show – yes, apart from shopping, there are other activities in abundance that makes the people go frenzy around the city. You have fireworks, film festivals, entertainment shows, concerts, Live carnivals and what not!
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5. Sky Dining
Yes, that’s right. It’s Dining only, and not diving. One of the best things to do in Dubai in January is to go for Dinner in the sky. The weather is spectacular with great views of the skyscrapers around the city, you can have your meal while making amazing memories lasting for a lifetime. Why eat on the ground when you eat 50m above the ground? It’s widely told that the experience of mouth-watering food served in the air with incredible views is an absolute winner amongst our travellers.