Tired of googling “Things to do in Dubai” every weekend only to mindlessly scroll through overwhelming options before surrendering to your faithful bed and Netflix? We’ve been there; matching the pace with Dubai’s ever-evolving dining scene, art exhibits, weekend brunches, and outdoor adventures can be daunting. Keen on making your weekends more exciting?
Discover Buro’s Weekend Playbook, your secret decoder, to unlock the very best Dubai has to offer.
DINE IN A SKI CHALET
Feeling nostalgic about a winter mountain retreat? You can experience a slice of the Alps right here in Dubai, courtesy of Twiggy by La Cantine‘s Chalet 105 in collaboration with Mont Blanc. Book yourself the Chalet 105 dining experience, complete with delicious fondue.
CATCH THE NYE FIREWORKS
Ring in the new year under the shimmering Dubai sky as monuments across the city light up with spectacular fireworks shows. Catch the stunning NYE firework shows at Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab, The Beach, JBR, Bluewaters Island, Al Seef, Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai Festival City, Dubai Parks & Resorts, Global Village, Hatta, and more.
ENJOY BREAKFAST IN THE SKY
Dubai’s newest attraction, a seated hot air balloon, allows guests the unique opportunity to grab breakfast in the sky. Boasting spectacular views of the desert sunrise, the experience by Balloon Flights Dubai is not one to be missed.
UNWIND AT DUBAI’S NEWEST BEACH CLUB
One of the newest kids on Dubai’s beach club block, Be Beach, is nestled in the heart of Dubai Harbor. Flaunting a stunning infinity pool with unparalleled views of Ain Dubai and the shoreline, Be Beach is the ultimate day-to-night Beach club destination. Relax by the pool or groove to the tunes of the DJ, Be Beach promises a memorable weekend escapade.
EXPAND YOUR KNOWLEDGE AT DUBAI’S NEW LIBRARY
Discover a wealth of knowledge at Fiker Institute, Dubai’s newest library in Alserkal Avenue. Dive into a diverse collection of over 15,000 bilingual books on topics like culture, politics, history, and literature. Explore different perspectives on Arabs and the Middle East while enjoying 30 minutes of free access.