December 4, 2021

Can You Go Skiing In Dubai?

indoor ski centre

Is it possible to ski in Dubai? You’d be forgiven for believing that skiing isn’t possible in Dubai. Reconsider your position! The indoor ski resorts may not have traditional mountain slopes, but they do have outstanding facilities.
Ski Dubai features a massive indoor ski area of 22,500 square meters. It is open all year and maintains a temperature of -1 to 2 degrees Celsius. Ski Dubai is located in the Mall of the Emirates, which is one of the world’s largest retail malls. Dubai’s posh city boasts fantastic beaches, pleasant weather, expensive shopping, nightlife, and, most recently, skiing. For a treat this year how about skiing at Christmas?

Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort in the United Arab Emirates, located in the Mall of Emirates
The indoor ski area’s closest settlement is central Dubai, which is 13 kilometres away.
Snowboarding and skiing.
The slopes are 1.5 kilometres long.
Three ski lifts transport 3,900 people every hour.
0.6 km total lift length.
A four-person chairlift with a central station.
Two J-bars.
Children’s and beginner’s magic carpets.
Elevations range from 15 to 100 metres.
Beginner runs are 1 km long, intermediate runs are 0.3 km long, and advanced runs are 0.2 km long.
The longest run is 0.4 kilometres.
3.0 out of 5 stars.
Run through the valley.
Fun Park / Snow Park.
Facilities for making artificial snow.
Snow-making equipment is available on all of the slopes.
The ski area is open all year.

Ski Dubai is the Middle East’s first ski resort
This 85m-high ski resort is located near the world-famous Jumeirah Beach on Sheikh Zayed Road. Everything at this ski resort has been adequately thought out, and we wouldn’t expect anything less in the prosperous metropolis of Dubai. The Kempinski Hotel Mall (5-star hotel) of the Emirates has ski chalets with ski hall and slopes views.

Dubai shopping
The ski resort is home to a colony of King and Gentoo Penguins. Visit the Snow Park to watch these beautiful creatures interacting. Of course, Dubai is best known for its high-end shopping and vibrant nightlife. The Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, stands at 830 meters and dominates the skyline. A popular landmark where the rich can afford to live is the Palm Resort.

Skyscrapers and enormous shopping malls abound in this sophisticated metropolis, brimming with designer boutiques and brand name retailers. However, the scenery of its southern section is huge deserts; don’t be fooled into believing that there are no activities to do in the desert; it does, and you can participate in a variety of thrilling activities.

The Arabian Desert
Quad bike dune drives in the Arabian Desert are available for thrill-seekers. If you’re seeking a lively time, this is the place to go. If you wish, you can sit back and enjoy the adrenaline rush while being driven through the sand dunes by an expert driver in a 4×4.

What is there to do in Dubai?
Perhaps a day at the Dubai Museum, housed in the Al Fahidi Fort in Dubai, is more your style. Built-in the 18th century, this fort has been fully restored to its former splendour. Photos, exhibitions, and dioramas of Dubai and its cultural past may be found inside the fort. The Bait Al Banat (Women’s Museum) is a must-see attraction that depicts the story of women’s lives in the UAE, including female artists and how they helped form the country into what it is today.

The Coffee Museum, which displays the history of coffee through timelines, is a must-see for serious coffee enthusiasts. There are roasting and brewing demonstrations, as well as exquisite coffee tastings. There is plenty to see and do in Dubai, including skiing.