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Explore Dubai’s Astonishing 2019 Must-Visit Newest Additions

From shopping to activity in nature, Dubai’s 2019 newest additions offer that and more for a more interesting and pleasurable Dubai experience.

Looking for all sorts of entertainment in Dubai has never been easier with development rate soaring up. The last quarter of 2018 saw strings of exciting new additions to the city’s must-visit list and there is surely plenty more to come in 2019. Here is the list of the newly-opened destinations in Dubai.

Dubai’s newly-opened iconic destination, Bluewaters Island is home to Ain Dubai, the world’s largest observation wheel, and will house 200 modern retail and dining concepts that features unparalleled views of the Gulf. Located off the waters around JBR, the island is split into different areas comprising residential, retail, leisure and entertainment, hotels and beach clubs.

The beautiful view of Dubai as seen from The Pointe, a retail, dining and entertainment complex across the bay from Atlantis, The Palm at Palm Jumeirah.

If you are looking to experience the blend of old and new Dubai, Al Seef, a calming oasis on the banks of Dubai Creek, is the right place to go. Featuring almost 500 shops, restaurants with every cuisine you could ever wish for, art galleries, Museum of Illusions and Al Seef Hotel by Jumeirah, it is the all-in-one stop that you must not miss.

Enjoy Hatta Development’s breathtaking views of the mountains and the national park while trying out various adventurous activities such as mountain biking, adventure rope climbing, human slingshot, Hatta Drop-in – Asia’s first water jump park, and many more. Enjoy Dubai’s beautiful desert sunset and local wildlife in their natural habitat with a waterfront view in Al Qudra’s Love Lake that is carved in the form of two hearts entwined together.

Dubai’s new waterfront destination, The Pointe, features a retail, dining and entertainment complex across the bay from Atlantis, The Palm. Enjoy The Pointe’s spectacular fountain shows while choosing from more than 80 restaurants and retail outlets for dining and shopping in the vibrant promenade.

Installation view of the immersive and stunning Departure 2018 in Artist’s Rooms by Japanese artists Chiharu Shiota in Jameel Arts Centre.

Designed to be a hub for cultural events and educational initiatives from both the region and further afields, Jameel Arts Centre at Jaddaf Waterfront is a significant new addition to Dubai’s contemporary arts scene. The arts centre features multiple gallery spaces that house curated commissions and solo and group exhibitions.

With a lot of new and interesting options, from shopping, activity in nature to cultural experience and many more, Dubai offers that and more for a more interesting and pleasurable Dubai experience. For more information, please contact +6282132777799, email [email protected] or visit .