Yellow Route

Bus Tours
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We will follow a circular route, travelling onto Souk Madinat Jumeirah then the world’s largest man-made island, Palm Jumeirah, exploring Dubai Marina, Marina Canal and Jumeirah Beach Residence, and you will get to see a number of stunning palaces along the way.

Points of interest: Yellow Boats, Marina Skyline, Dhow Cruise, Sunset Dinner Cruise by Xclusive Yachts, The Beach @ JBR, The Pointe, Atlantis The Palm Dubai

Yellow Route - Points of Interest

  • Dubai Mall

    The Dubai Mall is the world's largest shopping mall. The Dubai Mall’s shops are cleverly grouped according to category. If you are a shoe obsessive then you have the whole Shoe District to enjoy. Electronic buffs can zigzag between electronic shops on the upper level. Besides shopping, literally the biggest attraction is the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo which is home to 33,000 marine animals. City Sightseers will be able to hop on the Blue Route from this stop. City Sightseers will be able to hop on the Green Route from this stop.

  • Mall of the Emirates

    Mall of the Emirates is a very popular shopping mall in Dubai. The multi-level shopping centre currently features more than 560 international brands and more than 700 stores. What makes this mall very unique is Ski Dubai, a large indoor skiing facility and ski resort. Here you can snowboard, ski, take lessons and visit the snow park with lots of exciting activities and rides. Snow in the desert… You better believe it!

  • Souk Madinat Jumeirah

    Souk Madinat Jumeirah resembles a traditional Arabian market with all the exotic goods one can imagine finding: beautiful pashminas, antiques, fragrant perfumes, local and international art, delectable dates and jewellery. There is a Venetian-like canal running alongside the Souk joining the different hotels within the resort. Visit the Souk Madinat after sunset when the canal is lit up and take a trip in one of the Abra boats or sit at one of the many bars and restaurants enjoying the atmosphere.

  • Atlantis The Palm

    Atlantis, The Palm is a majestic hotel in Dubai situated on the Palm, a man-made island. Attractions include Dolphin Bay, one of the most sophisticated dolphin habitats in the world. Here you have the opportunity to swim and interact with dolphins. Aquaventure Waterpark has record-breaking rides and slides. Get up close and personal with sharks and rays or kick back and relax on the 700-meter pristine private beach.

  • Dubai Marina Mall

    Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city, built along a two mile (3 km) stretch of Persian Gulf shoreline. Enjoy a walk along the canal, surrounded by the skyscrapers, more than 200 restaurants and cafes, and fancy yachts.

  • The Beach @ JBR

    Jumeirah Beach Residence better known as JBR is a 1.7 km beachfront. Today, JBR is mainly known for its popular promenade called The Walk. The Walk has over 305 outlets, 69 restaurants and a modern beachfront walkway where you can enjoy beautiful sand sculptures and spectacular views of Palm Jumeirah. Take a run on the soft running track or enjoy a camel ride. Except for the warmer summer months, this area is full of life all year, with multiple celebrations.

  • Grosvenor House Dubai

    Grosvenor House is a twin tower complex in Dubai Marina Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The two towers, Grosvenor House West Marina Beach and Grosvenor House The Residence, stand at the same height of 210 metres (690 ft) with 48 floors each. This hotel is a short walk to the Marina Promenade where you can grab quick bites in any of the multiple restaurants by the canal while enjoying the view of Dubai Marina.

  • Mina Seyahi

    Mina Seyahi stop is a short walk from the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort offering beautiful pools, a great spa, great food and a beautiful view of the beach and ocean. It is also a short walk to the famous Barasti Beach Bar.