See Dubai's Fresh Attractions

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Cita Arsita Farani
Dubai continues to present new surprises with a host of exciting attractions and world-class developments. A calming oasis on the banks of Dubai Creek, Al Seef draws inspiration from the traditional architecture and souks of Old Dubai. Along with shops, restaurants, and art galleries, there's the Museum of Illusions and Al Seef by Jumeirah, for those looking to extend their stay here. Adventurers and nature lovers would love the high-energy activities at Hatta Wadi Hub, offering mountain biking, carting, archery, adventure rope climbing, kayaking, hiking, along with human slingshot and ziplining. Don't miss out on the Hatta Drop-in, Asia's first water jump park.
Love Lake is among the man-made cluster of lagoons in Al Qudra, carved in the form of two hearts entwined together. It's the ideal spot to view Dubai's desert sunset. Entertainment complex The Pointe is Dubai's new waterfront destination, featuring fountain shows, a vibrant promenade, restaurants and retail outlets. Meanwhile the contemporary arts scene welcomes Jameel Arts Center at Jaddaf Waterfront. Created to be a hub for cultural events and educational initiatives, it features multiple gallery spaces that house curated commissions and solo and group exhibitions,
More destinations are set to be open in 2019, including Deira Islands Night Souk, Museum of the Future, Mohammed Bin Rashid Library and Nakheel Mall. 
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