Things to Do in Dubai Amid COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic had frozen all the movements around the world, and Dubai was no different. The city has recently reopened tourism, and finally, wanderlusts can enjoy travelling with the new measures of contactless thermometers, face masks, and hand sanitizers.

Dubai is extremely hot from June to September. In light of the pandemic, you can choose an itinerary where you don’t have to stay outdoors for long and also avoid crowds.

 

VR Park

VR Park, a 75,000 square feet two-storeyed indoor theme blends interactive augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences and rides. The immersive experiences are fun and adventurous. Post-COVID-19 the VR Park is more committed to the safety of its patrons and has stringent protocols in place. It is best to follow the rules and enjoy amazing experiences.

 

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building (829.8 metres) is yet another hotspot you can’t miss out. After four months of closure, the attraction is finally open for international visitors. Remember to don face mask and maintain social distancing protocol as you visit the site to enjoy the breath-taking view of Dubai from top and the dancing

fountains.

 

Beaches and Parks

With the warm weather, beaches and parks make a perfect getaway. Dubai reopened beaches and popular parks recently. You can visit Jumeirah, JBR, Al Mamzar, and Umm Suqueim beaches. While visiting you need to adhere to standard guidelines.

 

Dubai Summer Surprises

Dubai Summer Surprises is a shopping festival that you may like to check out. At the Burj Khalifa’s At The Top viewing deck, you can look out for 90 percent sales to yoga classes, and more. It is prudent that you avoid crowds and maintain the norms for safety.

 

Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS), the famous annual shopping festival, is back. It will run until August 29th, and it is one mega event that you mustn’t miss. Hosted at Dubai’s malls, leisure destinations, and popular attractions for seven full weeks, you can enjoy some impressive deals and super bargains. The festival features enthralling live entertainment, unique yoga workouts at the Burj Khalifa’s At The Top viewing deck, great one-day-only deals, cinema deals, and more. The event may get crowded, so remember to avoid crowds, and maintain all safety norms.

 

Prepare Bucket List

It is fun to prepare a bucket list for travel. Plan to visit Dubai Design Week that takes place in November. Dubai is blessed with some amazing sites, and fun activities. Add desert safari tour, hot-air balloon ride and Ferrari World and many more adventurous tours in your bucket list.