Dubai Museum

“Get lost in a city you’d never been”

I figured Dubai is definitely safe enough to pull this off. And so I did. So I picked a random station to get off, and also a random street to weave into. I didn’t have google maps or anything on, and so I just walked and see where it’ll bring me to. It’s funny how the first random place I came across is a museum. So after grabbing some chocolate puff and downing a bottle for water, I’m good to go.

Dubai Museum

It is apparently a very popular and touristic place but however as much as it is touristic, it is still a pretty sweet place to check out... well maybe if there are no Chinese tour buses.

I was actually utterly embarrassed when I was getting caught in one. And most of them are just ignoring the do not touch sign, while they climbed or rest onto the boats. Some of them even moved and shake the props around the museum for unknown reasons. I sincerely apologize for my species.

Dubai Museum

Moving on, the museum is pretty big just when I thought we are done by the end of the tunnel. I love how they made sculptures and models, retelling the tales of Dubai. The different occupations, the various lifestyles are all modeled out across the museum.

Dubai Museum

I enjoyed walking around the fort actually. Even though it’s something that not a lot of people would do, it’s nice to circle around the compound, feeling the sand, admiring the amazing and unique architecture. 

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Details
Name: Dubai Museum & Al Fahidi Fort
Address: Al Fahidi Fort, Bur Dubai
Opening Hours: SAT-THURS 08:30-20:30 / FRI 1430-2030


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