Top Places To Visit In Dubai In April The following is a list of things to see and do in Dubai in April. The weather in Dubai in April 2022 is ideal for flying! Have a nice day exploring the splendor of this magnificent city with family and friends!
1. Illusions’ Museum
One of the most rapidly expanding museum franchises has just launched in Dubai. This museum is definitely the largest, with over 80 illusion displays that will leave you perplexed. The establishment of the Museum of Illusions in Zagreb was followed by the opening of six similar units in other cities.
Take photos of the "head on a Platter Room" or the "Upside Down Room" and prepare for a flood of social media likes and hearts. Try going through the Vortex; it might be uncomfortable since the optical illusion causes the floor to move!
2. Glow in the Dubai Garden
The Dubai Garden Glow is both romantic and family-friendly. The Garden is the largest in the world with a glow-in-the-dark theme, with 10 million bulbs on display. The bulbs (which, of course, save energy) generate fascinating patterns like coral reefs, complete with exotic birds and jellyfish.
You can observe the lit local sights by going through the disco tunnels. There are animatronic dinosaurs as well as an ice park with a variety of forms. This is an opportunity not to be missed! Also, the ideal month to visit Dubai in April, so make your plans accordingly!
3. The Burj Khalifa
This is one of the aforementioned superlatives. The Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest structure, must be seen to be believed. Explore the building's history before taking a journey up the world's fastest elevator.
It's not for the faint of heart because it just takes a few seconds to reach the top, but the thrill of leaving your stomach behind is worth it. If photography is your first love, you will be blown away by the vistas from the summit. Take your tripod and visit around sunset to admire the attractions of this extravagant city.
4. Dubai Miracle Garden
Dubai Miracle Garden, the Guinness World Record holder for the largest flower arrangement ever, is a flower-filled world. It retains this record for the A380 jet, which stands 70 meters tall and is covered with multi-colored petals.
In the Avenue of Love, which has the honor of being the most clicked attraction of the place, walk under the heart-shaped lattices inflamed with petunias, view windmills, houses, and a Mercedes, all growing with roses, marigolds, tulips, and calendulas. Visit the Butterfly Garden, which is always aflutter with the trembling wings of the magnificent butterflies that live there.
5. Dubai Parks & Resorts
Visit the mother of all amusement parks. There are three theme parks here, including the Hollywood-themed MotionGate, a Bollywood-themed park, Legoland, and a water park. Over 100 exhilarating slides, both indoors and outdoors, provide hours of entertainment for both children and adults.
To satisfy your appetite, head to the strategically located dining avenue and indulge yourself with world-class food. Lapita Hotel welcomes you in Polynesian flair, and stay and enjoy the activities in River Land.
6. Dubai Marina
Dubai Marina is a residential area for the wealthy and famous. It is well-known for JBR Beach, a beautiful complex with outdoor restaurants and sandy beaches for a relaxing day. The waterside boulevard—Dubai Marina Walk—is dotted with pretty tiny cafés and pop-up artisan markets.
The Dubai Marina Mall is brimming with high-end fashion brands. Expensive boats float through the vast marina, where you may participate in activities like skydiving and jet skiing. So, what are your thoughts? Add this location to your itinerary as soon as possible!
This April I will join UBLtours and travels to travel around the UAE. Dubai tours and travels are the perfect getaways after the busy pandemic lockdown. As we have all opened up to the new normal while keeping the safety precautions in mind.