Here are the top new attractions in Dubai 2022. If you haven’t visited yet, now is the best time to check them out!
Dubai is often associated with the best attractions in the world and new ones keep popping up every year. From picturesque beachside destinations to architectural marvels and theaters, the emirate never ceases to amaze tourists from all over the world.
The Museum of the Future
The Museum of the Future is a new tourist attraction in Dubai and is considered among the world’s most beautiful buildings. Located on Sheikh Zayed Road, the city’s main highway, the museum is a beautiful elliptical structure designed from stainless steel and inscribed with Arabic calligraphy quotes. The museum takes the visitors on an experiential journey to the year 2071, which corresponds with the centenary year of the UAE’s founding. The seven-storey building has no pillars and is an engineering marvel. The museum presents various futuristic experiences – a trip to space, a visit to the Amazon rainforests and a spa of the senses. It utilises the latest virtual reality and augmented reality technology, big data analysis, AI and human-machine interaction.
Infinity des Lumières
Infinity des Lumières is an inclusive, immersive, one-of-a-kind cultural experience that uses cutting-edge digital technology to transform the way we perceive, understand and feel art.
A mesmerising trip and innovative, multi-sensory concept, designed to activate and engage all the senses. An exciting fusion of art, music, architecture, science, state-of-the-art technology and high-tech engineering.
Sky Views Observatory
Sky Views is Dubai’s latest and most innovative destination for leisure experiences and unique thrilling adventures. More than just another observation deck, Sky Views Observatory is a one-of-a-kind attraction that simply can’t be missed, and the gateway to three adrenaline-pumping activities, each more extreme than the last.
Take a thrilling ride in the panoramic glass elevator to more than 219.5 metres above the ground. Walk the 25-metre glass floor, and enjoy spectacular views of the city’s fabulous skyline and shining coast.
Water meets sky at the world’s highest 360° infinity pool. Perched 200 meters atop The Palm Tower, Aura Skypool offers not only uninterrupted views of the emirate, but also a unique pool day experience.
Expect your gaze to be pulled in all different directions with wall-to-wall azure views of the pool, sea and sky while you spot all of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks from on-high, from Ain Dubai to Burj Khalifa. Get a birds-eye view of Palm Jumeirah and a peak across the Arabian Gulf at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah.
Gaze upon the icon Dubai skyline like never before — from 250m in the air! An incredible experience, a ride on this observation wheel lasts around 48 minutes. LED screens in each capsule provide information to visitors on all the landmarks they can spot amidst the captivating 360 views!
The attraction’s name translates to Dubai Eye — a fitting moniker. Those who ride this epic Dubai ferris wheel will be able to spot various landmarks that define the emirate’s iconic cityscape, such as Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah and Burj Khalifa.
Hatta Dome Park
A refuge in nature, the Hatta Dome Park offers one of the most offbeat camping experiences anywhere in the Middle East. Settled by the Hatta mountain range, these luxury glamping tents let you settle in the wild outdoors without foregoing the comfort of a warm room and bed.
A few minutes’ walks from the tents lead one to the Hatta Wadi where one can try their hand in a number of extreme adventure sports, including ziplining, mountain karting, or paragliding.
Be it for solo travelers, a group of friends, couples, or families with kids – the city has a wide range of attractions and experiences to offer visitors of all ages. In recent years, the city has added a whole lot of new attractions exhibiting mind-blowing architecture, iconic art, cutting-edge technology, and great visual vibrance, growing to be a recurring holiday destination for millions of tourists worldwide.
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