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Wild Wadi Water Park

The Wild Wadi Water Park in Dubai overlooks the Burj Al Arab, making it one of the most colorful and beautiful waterparks in the world. In total, the water park has 30 different water attractions, including the 32 meters high Jumeirah Sceirah slide, the artificial surf ride Wipeout and Riptide and the 18 meters high waterfall.

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Dubai Metro

A ride on the Dubai Metro rail network is in of itself an amazing achievement, considering that this network operates without the need of a driver. It is currently listed as the world’s longest fully automated metro network and is over 43 miles (70 km) long. It is said that about 377,000 passengers ride per day, 138 million passengers in 2013.

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Water Taxi Rides in Dubai

Water taxis are sure pretty—much more enjoyable than hailing a cab in congested New York. In fact, a relaxing ride on a water taxi is the most popular way to take the “scenic route” through an exotic location. Speaking of which, Dubai water taxis are among the emirate’s top draws, since it’s just so pretty to look at anyway.

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Dolphin Bay

Dolphins are one of nature’s anomalies—intelligent beyond their contemporaries and beautiful to behold, especially from a close distance. While many people have seen real life dolphins at Seaworld, few have ever thought about swimming with these wondrous marine animals.

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Dubai Marina Walk

Many people wonder what they’re supposed to do when they finally reach the world famous Dubai Marina Walk. There is plenty to do in the surrounding areas of the marina, including the Marina Walk, a beachfront paved walkway with 305 outlets and 69 restaurants to keep you entertained — not to mention active, as walking the whole area will take you a full day!

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