While Dubai is a fantastic destination to visit all year-round, November is considered to be one of the best months to visit this Middle Eastern city. November in Dubai features a mild heat with a cool breeze, pleasant weather for outdoor activities and exploring the best of this cosmopolitan metropolis.
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From hosting many of the world's most enthralling events to being home to some of the most incredible feats of architecture on the planet, Dubai is an absolute paradise for vacation. From tall buildings and world-class malls to man-made wonders and spectacular museums, here is a list of the best places to visit in November.
1. Burj Khalifa
(5be4d4243a0ce) Being the tallest building in the world, this landmark building features an observation deck with views of the desert and the sea. The Burj Khalifa is also home to the world's tallest dancing fountain - the Dubai Fountain.
2. Dubai Museum
This excellent museum is situated in the Al Fahidi Fort, and is built out of traditional coral blocks. Exhibits available at the museum include old maps of the Emirates and Dubai. Visit the facility to view traditional boats, weaponry and musical instruments from the traditional Emirati culture.
3. Dubai Mall
Home to the Dubai Aquarium, the premier mall has endless shopping and eating stalls. It features an ice-skating rink, a cinema complex and a gaming zone. Special events are regularly held here, especially fashion shows and live music.
4. Palm Jumeirah
(53f4c865c43bf) This artificial archipelago extends to the Persian Gulf. It takes the form of a gigantic palm tree and hosts some of the best accommodation in the city. Head to the waterpark for some poolside fun in November, when the weather is warm and sunny.
5. Dubai Creek
With fantastic warm weather, November is the perfect time to head to the real heart of Dubai - the Creek. These backstreets next to the water are the true heart of ancient Dubai, from silk sellers and spice merchants to traditional boat tours along the waterways.