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Top Brand-New Attractions in Dubai

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There is no doubt that Dubai has the most distinctive skyline in the world. The emirate does not shy away from larger-than-life attractions and every year or so, a new element of wonder is added to its cityscape that will change the whole picture. Every time that you return to Dubai, you will be able to see something even more impressive or record-breaking as there is always something superb to behold. There’s nothing like Dubai on earth and it uses this ingenuity to immerse its visitors in a fascinating, intriguing experience. Check out these five Dubai attractions that have been unveiled in the last few years if you are planning a Dubai vacation in 2022.

Palm Fountain

Dubai Fountain
Location: Pointe at Palm Jumeirah
Palm Fountain adds a Las Vegas touch to Pointe, Palm Jumeirah’s water promenade. Featuring two floating platforms, 3000 colour LED lights, and water jets shooting up to 105 metres in the air, this visually stunning attraction is the largest musical fountain in the world. Why should you visit it? Firstly, it is a spectacular sight to witness, with water sprays synced to music from all around the globe. Additionally, taking a moment to simply savour the vibrant atmosphere of this musical fountain spectacle is one of the best ways to disconnect from city life. If you are in the mood for a romantic interlude, you can choose to take a stroll along the boulevard or enjoy an al fresco dining experience at nearby restaurants. This is one of the prettiest attractions to visit within the emirate, and it is a must-see.

Operating hours: The spectacle starts from 6.00 pm onwards till midnight on weekends. The last show is held at 11:00 pm on the weekdays. A show lasts just three to four minutes and is performed every 30 minutes.

Entry Fee: You can view this brand new attraction in Dubai for free!

Hatta Dome Park

Location: Near Hatta Wadi Hub, Dubai-Hatta Road.
Location on digital map – R563+WX – Sufayri
Dubai’s modernity can sometimes be overwhelming, but this next attraction provides the perfect antidote. It’s wise to plan Dubai attractions that include both the city’s innovations and what’s beyond it and Hatta Dome Park fits perfectly to escape the city scene. Located within the Hatta exclave – a mountain oasis on the Dubai-Oman border, this latest glamping experience next is the perfect choice for mountain adventures with a touch of luxury. Enjoy an overnight stay in one of 15 dome tents set amid the breathtaking Hajar Mountains. The dome tents are spacious with wide windows offering an unparalleled view of Arabia’s starry skies and rugged mountains. 2 adults and 3 children can easily stay here and it is equipped with a terrace, BBQ area, fire pit, as well as TV, Wi-Fi, digital safe, tea and coffee making facilities, en-suite bath, king size bed, sofa bed, and additional bed on request.

Pricing: One-night stay at Hatta Dome costs about AED 1150 per night.
Check-In and Check-Out time – 4.00 pm check-in and 12.00 pm checkout.

Museum of the Future

Dubai Museum of the Future
Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, next to the Jumeirah Emirates Tower.
We conclude with an attraction that matches Dubai’s vision. The Museum of Future is a noteworthy landmark along Sheikh Zayed Road. A special aspect of this museum is that it catapults you into the future rather than taking you down memory lane of bygone historical periods like other museums. The architecture itself is quite awe-inspiring and oddly beautiful to look at. Distinguished as a glistening oval-shaped structure, it shimmers magnificently in Dubai’s sunlight. Seeing the Museum of the Future for the first time will be awe-inspiring, but the experience doesn’t stop there. This amazing museum has seven spectacular floors that each tell a fascinating story of science, technology, and enhancement of life in the future. There are installations allow you to experience being on the space station, as well as view our planet and the moon from the perspective of an astronaut. In addition to that, there’s a genetic library on the premises, as well as a place where you can disconnect from technology and be in touch with your senses.

Operating hours: The Museum of the Future is open daily from 10.00 am till 6.00 pm.

Entry Cost: General Entry tickets cost around AED 145 each. Children 3 years of age and younger are admitted free of charge.

Ain Dubai

Ain Dubai Ferris Wheel
Location: Bluewaters Island
Dubai’s man-made architectural marvels proudly dominate the city skyline, and there are a variety of ways to view them. The best way is to hop on Ain Dubai’s observatory pod and go on a slow rotation for 38 minutes that gives unobstructed, panoramic views of popular Dubai attractions such as JBR, Dubai Marina, and the serene Persian Gulf. With 48 viewing pods and the tag of ‘world’s largest observatory wheel’, Ain Dubai at Bluewaters Island is twice the size of the London Eye and offers 360° views of Dubai. The landmark was already attracting tourists’ attention even before it was opened to the general public. It is a stunning attraction to spend a memorable time with family or cherish celebrations or new beginnings in private cabins. Additionally, the precinct has a variety of amazing places to chill, relax, and delve into some mouthwatering food as well.

Operating hours: Ain Dubai is open from 10.00 am till 9.00 pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and from noon till 9.00 pm from Thursdays to Saturdays.

Entry Fee: A single ride would cost around AED 130 per person. This price varies depending on the time of day.

The View at the Palm

Dubai Palm Jumeirah Island
Location: Palm Tower, Palm Jumeirah
Speaking of grand Dubai views, this next attraction makes it possible for you to view the entire Palm-shaped island of Palm Jumeirah in one sweeping view. Earlier, the only way to get a bird’s eye view of this breathtaking attraction was either with a flight tour or while jumping out of one on a skydiving experience. The View at the Palm is a better, affordable way to experience stunning sprawling views of Palm Jumeirah. Perched on the 52nd level of The Palm Tower, this observatory deck rises 240 metres above ground level to present an exquisite 360-degree view of the Palm Jumeirah. The strategic positioning of this observatory deck right on the main trunk of the Palm-shaped island has the advantage to offer uniquely stunning views of Palm Jumeirah. Take the experience a notch higher with the next-level experience at the 54th level which has is boasted at Palm Jumeirah’s highest viewing point. Since it is part of The Palm Tower, there is plenty of dining and recreational venues including a Skypool Lounge, and Nakheel Mall.

Operating hours: The View at the Palm opens 10.00 am till 11.00 pm from Sunday to Wednesday and 10 am till midnight on Thursday to Saturday.

Entry Fee: A general Admission ticket would cost around AED 100 per person. KIds 4 to 12 years pay AED 69 per child. Children under the age of 4 can visit free of cost.


In Dubai, visitors are constantly astonished by new attractions that are extravagant and impressive. The attractions listed above are just some of the newest additions to Dubai’s dynamic landscape. Each one of these amazing attractions is a masterpiece of engineering and innovation. Since opening, these attractions have drawn both locals and tourists from around the world. If you have applied for a Dubai tourist visa online, you need to make sure that you include these must-see activities on your Dubai trip. Also, keep your eyes peeled for what Dubai has in store for its discerning visitors in next coming years.

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Neha Singh

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Neha loves traveling and is an avid trekker and explorer. She has done her post-graduation in Mass Communication, loves meeting new people and strongly believes in the Gandhian principle => 'Simple living, high thinking'.

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