Do you live by the motto, “Bigger is Better”? In Dubai, they definitely take this to heart. From mega malls, amusement parks and designer cars, Dubai is a playground for those looking for experiences that push the limits. Dubai is a city for the fearless. That why Radisson RED knew it had to open a hotel there. Even if you only have 48 hours in this vibrant city, there’s plenty you can pack into your stay. Keep scrolling to read our guide to getting the most out of this amazing city when you only have 48 hours to explore!
Drop your bags at the newly opened Radisson RED Dubai Silicon Oasis and head straight to Dubai Marina, take a breakfast boat trip and see the impressive marina and palm island from the sea, afterwards, you’ll be in the perfect location to hit some of Dubai’s most famous beaches and beach clubs. If you’re feeling really adventurous, you can also take to the skies, though we recommend booking in advance. Next head down to the Palm for a relaxing dinner and check out The Pointe, or Luchador for views; or if you fancy seeing Dubai’s famous Burj Khalifa, head to Dubai Mall after 6:00 pm for the famous fountain show. You’ll find plenty of places to eat and drink . Check out the latest rooftop bar Ce La Vi for amazing views and cocktails to finish the night. Then head back to the Radisson RED Dubai Silicon Oasis to recharge for your 2nd da
Head to the historic district, dubai museum and then famous Arabian tearooms for lunch. Don’t miss out on your chance to experience a desert safari and snap some great pictures with you and the local wildlife.
In the afternoon, head over to the uber modern and effortless cool Alserkal Avenue. Spread across 500,000 square feet, Alserkal Avenue is a vibrant community of visual and performing arts organisations, designers, and artisanal spaces that have become an essential platform for the development of the creative industries in the United Arab Emirates. Finish your last day in Dubai with another walk in a garden – a light garden. The Dubai Glow Garden is the largest glow in the dark garden in the world, made from millions of energy saving bulbs and luminous fabric. It’s a spectacular way to end a magical 48 hours in Dubai.