See best of Dubai with special 36-hour stopover pass

Passengers can leave DXB and see Burj Khalifa, The Dubai Fountains and more

See best of Dubai with special 36-hour stopover pass

It is now even easier for tourists to make a whistle-stop tour of Dubai with a new 36-hour city pass rolled out.

The Dubai Stopover Pass has been specifically created for passengers connecting at Dubai International Airport – the world’s busiest hub.

Rather than hanging around the airport (and, we wouldn’t blame you given the plethora of brilliant things to do there), you can now venture outside into the city and see the very best in a short space of time.

From just Dhs199 (adults) or Dhs169 (kids), you can choose to see two, three or four world-beating attractions, before heading back to DXB and jetting off.

The pre-paid card allows you to skip the queues and experience the brilliance of the Burj Khalifa (At the Top), marvel at the show-stopping Dubai Fountain Show and Lake Ride, soak in the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo or snap a photo of the Dubai Frame (inside and out).

Plus, you can also choose from the City Sightseeing hop on, hop off buses or a Marina Dhow Cruise Dinner.

It’s all in a bid to ensure travellers passing who’re passing through the city can also unlock the essence of Dubai’s mesmerising landmarks.

The pass also includes an optional add-on pocket wi-fi capability allowing you to stay connected as you explore the city.

Available for purchase online at www.dubaipass.ae simply present the pass on arrival at the chosen attraction for cash-free entry across the emirate.
From Dhs199 (adults), Dhs169 (kids aged three to 12). Ongoing. Visit dubaipass.ae or email info-dubai@iventurecard.com.

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