What to wear:
Ladies visiting the mosque are required to cover their head with scarf and do not wear shorts, beachwear or sleeveless outfits.
Men visiting the Mosque should wear long trousers. Burj Al Arab tea will be booked at 17:00 and the dressing should be formal or semi casual.
Minimum 2 guests are required to book the tour.
The museum of Dubai is closed on Fridays before 15:00. The Jumeirah Grand Mosque in Dubai is open on Saturdays, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 08:45 till 09:45 only, Mondays and Wednesdays from 09:00 to 10:00 and from 10:15 to 11:15. The Mosque is closed on Fridays.
Entrance to Burj Khalifa.
Take this tour to discover Dubai, the city famous for its skyscrapers and high-rise buildings. Start with the Dubai Creek which is an evidence of meaningful co existence. It divides greater Dubai into two areas, the Deira side, known for its souks and the Bur Dubai, a residential area with side markets and small shops. The creek is a perfect snapshot of the startling contrasts between old and new. Traditional coral and gypsum houses, wind towers and minarets mix up amidst the modern development and glassy high rises.
Travel back in time by visiting the 200 years old Dubai Museum where you can learn about the lives of the Emirates who lived in the past. Take a scenic boat ride in an ‘abra’ and see dhows, modern yachts, cabin cruisers and abras all coexist together on the same body of water. See how the creek buzzes with boats plying their cargos. For those who wish to learn about the traditional customs, traditions, professions and local craftsmanship, ‘Heritage Village’ will do it for you. The shopaholics can treat themselves at the Spice Souk and the Dubai Gold Souk. You can smell the Spice Souk even before you see it. Buy expensive aromatic spices from all over the world for a fraction of the normal price, Learn more as the traders educate you on the spices from India, Iran and Pakistan. Now, let the dazzling colour of gold treat your eyes as you see gold window after window, even more than that in Alladin's cave. Buy a souvenir or just watch as the buyers haggle for a bargain with the sellers.
Savour some food at a local restaurant and head to the Downtown Dubai which houses the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa and the mega Dubai Mall hosting 1,200 stores and brands. Visit the stunning Jumeirah Mosque, the only one in Dubai that welcomes non Muslim guests six days a week. Stop at the photogenic “Atlantis the Palm Hotel”. There is no chance that you will not drop your jaw after looking and the massive hotel. After touring the modern age city with impressive and consistent development, pamper yourself as you enjoy a high tea at the 7 star Burj Al Arab and conclude for the day.