Make the most of April’s mild weather and enjoy one of these dynamic open air activities. There’s something for everyone, from the adventurous and the glamorous, the sea to the city. Top Spots Dubai rounds up April’s top activities.
1. Topgolf Dubai, Emirates Golf Club
Topgolf is situated inside the elegant Emirates Hills estate. Guests of all ages and capabilities can take part and the course offers up striking city views. Spectators can make the most of the venue’s lively onsite bars and restaurants. For parties and special occasions book your own private room. Topgolf Dubai stays open past midnight several times a week, ideal for night golfers!
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2. Dinner in the Sky
Dinner in the Sky, located in the Sky Dive Dubai diving center. This concept is already a hit in over 40 cities around the world, offering guests the chance to enjoy a chef-prepared meal from a table suspended 50 meters in the sky by a crane. Choose from several types of cuisine and take in jaw-dropping views of the city and sea, from Palm Jumeirah to JBR and Dubai Marina.
3. The View at The Palm
The View at The Palm, located on level 52 of The Palm Tower and standing 240m high. The observation deck offers breathtaking 360-degree panoramas of Palm Jumeirah, the sea, and the Dubai skyline, with a café where they can grab a coffee afterward. Extend the day and make a dinner reservation at CouCou Rooftop, located in the same building. This chic setting offers Mediterranean cuisine, signature cocktails, shisha, and 360-degree city views
4. Captain Your Own Boat
Explore Dubai from a new angle and charter to the seas on a self-drive boat tour. You don’t need prior experience to drive these special boats. Make your way along the coastline and take in views of key sights such as the Burj Al Arab and Palm Jumeirah. Boats depart morning and afternoon from the Dubai Harbour Marina.
5. Personal Guided Tour of Dubai
Discover Dubai through the eyes of a local and book a personal guided tour of the city. A private tour is the best way to encounter the city’s hidden gems. A tour of Dubai’s historic district and the Creek has much to offer. During a walking tour with a local guide guests can discover the historic district, it’s museums and souks stress-free and sample regional delights including Arabic coffee, tea, dates, and street food.