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 [Trip to UAE] The last day in Dubai

[Trip to UAE] The last day in Dubai

January 2020 · 3 min read · Dubai

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Unfortunately, everything has an end, and my dream trip to Dubai finished as well. But it doesn’t mean that I gonna stay in the hotel or cafe and just count time till my flight. I have other plans for my last day in Dubai.

First of all breakfast at the hotel, I already told you about awesome service there.

So, we are going to Jumeirah Mosque. Of course, it is not so fantastic as Sheikh Zayed Mosque which is located in Abu Dhabi. But Jumeirah Mosque is an only mosque which opens its doors to everyone regardless to religion.

I took a bus from my hotel, it goes directly to the mosque, and also, you can enjoy beautiful landscapes, like a city tour bus. By the way, I find regular public buses more touristic than city tour buses. Some local buses have a perfect route to see the main sights.

Every day at 10AM mosque proceeds a small tour around the mosque and tell visitors about the mosque and religion. After the tour visitors can talk to Imam, and take pictures. The tour is not free, but it is not expansive, it costs 25AED (7USD).

But you can have a free coffee or tea, and some snacks. And if you want you can also take a free copy of Quran (Islam religion book).

Before entering the mosque you will wear a borrowed long dress, because noone can enter the mosque short dresses.

The next stop is a gold market. As you know many people come to the UAE to buy gold, which is cheaper than in other countries. And, if be honest, I was impressed by the variety of jewelry design. But if you decide to buy jewelry in the market, you should bargain a lot. I saw how one guy bought something at half of the initial price.

One more tip. The UAE are famous with parfum oils. I heard about medical oils too, but I didn’t see them.

And of course, beach vacations are always in trend. Close to our hotel was a new beach La Mer.

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Here are few more pictures from Dubai.

Emirate Towers

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