New Things to do in Dubai

When it comes to Dubai, there’s always something new popping up to keep the city exciting. So we’ve explored some of the attractions, nightlife and public spaces you should add to your hit list.

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Party with the locals at Code Club

Code Club is the latest addition to Soho Garden’s repertoire, opened in June 2019. This immersive warehouse venue boasts an eclectic line up of DJs with a huge dance floor. It’s open every Friday night and has an Ibiza-type of party vibe.

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Glamorous days at Nikki Beach

Officially reopened on 30 August 2019 on Palm Jumeira, the famed beach club pool party will have a resident DJ and signature entertainment. The popular ‘Pour Elle’ ladies’ day returns every Tuesday, and Rose Saturdays brunch on Saturdays.

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Explore the Magical Dubai Garden Glow

This magical recreation park will be open for Season Five in October 2019, with four themes in one venue. It has the largest glow-in-dark garden made of millions of energy saving bulbs and yards of recycled luminous fabric.

There’s also a Dinosaur park that displays more than 120 animatronic Dinosaurs, an Ice Park created using more than 5000 tons of ice, and an eco-friendly Art Park made up of recyclable bottles, ceramic dishes and CDs. Online tickets are AED 65, while children under three receive free entry.

Meet Your Superheroes at Warner Bros. World

Opened in July 2018, this colossal theme park on Yas Island is a one-of-a-kind immersive experience. Just an hour from Dubai, Warner Bros. World features six uniquely themed lands including Bedrock, Dynamite Gulch, Cartoon Junction, Gotham City and Metropolis.

There are 29 state-of-the-art exhilarating rides, interactive family-friendly attractions and unique live entertainment. There’s even a selection of international restaurants and snack bars so you can grab ‘n go. General admission single day tickets are AED 295 and include free parking.