At the foothills of Jabal Hafeet lies the Green Mubazarrah, a well-developed tourist attraction. At the Green Mubazarrah, hot-water springs gush forth in little streams and form a lake. Swimming pools and jacuzzis are scattered all over the Green Mubazarrah.
Located relatively high in the Hajar Mountain, Hatta Dam is a traditionally the summer habitation of Dubai-based families escaping the heat and humidity of the coast, and lies to the south-east of Dubai's main territory and it is one of the popular spots is which is constructed on one of the wadis and can be reach after driving up a steep hill. It’s also considered as a global point of sporting events, as witnessed annually the International Tour of Dubai for bicycles, where the dam is set as the arrival point for international teams and riders.
The Sharjah Aquarium first opened its doors on June 16, 2008. Explore the fascinating hidden world of the deep sea with its amazing creatures. Enjoy a close-up look at the local fish and learn about Sharjah historic coasts and ports.
If you are in the mood for running, head over to Al Ittihad Park. With a 3.2km jogging track, this park is ideal for an early morning run or an evening jaunt. The landscaped rockery and water features improve the scenery and there's even a variety of gym equipment on the way, should you feel up to a quick burst of squat thrusts or push-ups. Al Ittihad Park also boasts more than 60 species of indigenous trees and plants.
Al Mamzar Beach Park covers an area of 106 hectares and offers barbecue sites, private chalets for hire, swimming pool, food kiosks, sheltered beach and safe lagoon, a scenic train and many children’s play areas. Piped music is played throughout the day and there are pleasant grassed picnic areas. It is located approximately 5 km after the turn off to Hamriya Port. Being one of the beach parks, it distinguishes itself with its vast space and unique location on the golden sand beach, as well as the recreational areas existing in this exquisite park. Al-Mamzar Park was inaugurated in a joyful atmosphere during the celebrations of the Arab Cities Organization conference in 1994. It is 99 hectares large and costed 100 million Dirhams.
Black Palace Beach is one of the citys secret gems, with a location that is easy to miss but well worth the scouting mission: between the royal fortresses at Al Sufouh lies a tiny pathway that takes you to this land of pure relaxation. Free of flying volleyballs and rowdy crowds, this untouched shoreline possesses beautiful views of Palm Jumeirah and the Burj Al Arab. So venture off the beaten track and discover this intimate bay.
Inspired by the significance of coffee to different cultures and country coffee museum through the centuries is the theme of Dubai’s Coffee Museum, which allows visitors to view the rituals of serving the popular beverage and to taste it. Located at villa No 44, a traditional Emirati home in Bur Dubai’s Al Fahidi historical district, the visitor get enthralled by the familiar aroma of freshly brewed coffee.