Its vibrant and dynamic nightlife attracts singers and entertainers from all over the world. European and American popular dance troupes, like ballet and theater troupes, often tour in Dubai. On weekends, cultural performances, theater, cabaret performances will be open in crowded houses, which makes the city an attractive place for cultural lovers.
The waterholes in Dubai offer the best food and entertainment, and are actually the second home for party animals, and they love to indulge in the lively atmosphere of these places. On your next holiday to Dubai, visit the African Star Club, where you can sway the rhythm of African drums and taste delicious Ethiopian cuisine. For more excitement, head to the Mayfair Hotel, where you'll find Sundowner, a great place to relax, unwind and play video games. You can even try it by the pool or test the sound on a karaoke machine. If you want to beat and enjoy some exciting music, you can go to the garage club and disco.
Golf enthusiasts should go to the 19th hole of Hyatt Regency's Golf Park, where there is a bar specially designed for customers of this sport. If you really want to explore Dubai's cultural landscape, then you should visit some of Dubai's museums. Head to Heritage and Dive Village, which not only hosts handicraft fairs, but also shows you the city's medieval past. Visit the Sharjah Islamic Museum, which provides interesting insights into Islamic ideology, where you will have a comprehensive understanding of Islam, a religion misunderstood by many.
To learn about the history of contemporary Dubai, check out HH Sheikh Said House, the seat of government in the 20th century. Before ending the Dubai holiday, be sure to visit Narish Khyam, a museum that gives visitors a glimpse into Dubai's unique boat culture. It is difficult to gain a deep understanding of Dubai's cultural landscape on one trip. You need to visit this emirate again and again to learn the details of its unique Bedouin culture.