The Paradise Cove Hawaiian Luau Buffet is the basic package, which treats you to all the cultural activities, ceremonies and entertainment that Paradise Cove is known for. I would absolutely recommend these attractions when you visit Dubai. 1. The mall is home to over 450 international retail brands. 2. Explore the alleyways and narrow streets that are lined with shops bursting with gold necklaces, brooches, rings, bangles and earrings. Desert Safari Dubai: A drive through the desert dunes is unparalleled, if you are the adventurous sorts. You'll get everything the two other packages include plus some great extras, such as a traditional lei greeting with a fresh flower lei or kukui not lei, a souvenir arrival photo one per person, Deluxe Front Stage or Royal Box Seating both with table service versus a buffet dinner, two standard and two premium drink tickets and a souvenir gift from Paradise Cove. Sea wings Dubai: Take this amazing seaplane ride and see the amazing sights of Dubai from the sky - The Palm, The World, Burk Al Arab, The Burk Dubai, Dubai Creek and more. Mall of the Emirates: The largest shopping mall in the Middle East, housing the Middle East's first indoor ski slope, measuring 400 meters and using 6000 tons of snow. Jumeirah Mosque: Normally no one who is not Muslim is allowed in any mosque but the Jumeirah Mosque is the only mosque that is open for non-Muslim visitors.
They are coming up with 3 major hotels for the budget traveller. Welcome to your one-step location for everything you need to know about the Paradise Cove Luau, one of the best luau in the Hawaii islands. Ian Battuta Mall: The Ian Battuta Mall is a large shopping mall themed around the journeys of the traveller and explorer Ian Battuta. The Museum offers a unique trip to desert life, traditional Arabian homes, mosques, fishing, pearl diving and trade. Dubai Museum: Believed to be Dubai's oldest building. The Paradise Cove Orchid Luau Buffet package treats you to a little more luxury than the basic package. This erstwhile ancestral home for the Al-Maktoum family for several generations has witnessed several watersheds in the History of Dubai. 6. Definitely worth it! Explore the alleyways and narrow streets that are lined with shops bursting with gold necklaces, brooches, rings, bangles and earrings. Jumeirah Mosque: Normally no one who is not Muslim is allowed in any mosque but the Jumeirah Mosque is the only mosque that is open for non-Muslim visitors.