It’s located right in the food court on the ground floor and has a pizza-and-drink lunch special for 15 AED ( USD). The pizzas are small (you can upsize for 22 AED ( USD)) but filling enough for lunch.Eat in old Dubai – Step away from the hotels, malls, and fancy souks meant to make you think you are in Aladdin and head into Old Dubai for cheap eats.

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Take the metro – While the metro only really cuts through the middle of the city, it does go to the marina, airport, and Old Dubai. If you have to go somewhere away from the metro, take a taxi from the metro stop nearest your destination. Otherwise, most taxis are 40-60 AED ($11-16 USD) for anywhere in the center of town.

Know where the cheap accommodation is – Nice hotels in Dubai are fairly expensive ($150-200 USD per night).

As the day goes on, it often turns into debauchery that would make Nero proud.

However, brunch is not a cheap affair, with some costing as much as 700 AED ($190 USD).

Dubai doesn’t have a lot of traditional “things to do” — it’s not Paris, London, Hong Kong.

But it does have enough attractions to fill a few days.

Jumeirah Mosque – This beautiful mosque is one of two in the city you can actually visit.

It’s small, consisting of one large room but there is a guided tour take place each day at 10am.

I would definitely recommend contacting residents before you visit and see if anyone has a room.

Very basic hotels can be found for -50 USD per night on and on Airbnb the private rooms in the -45 USD range (if you’re new to Airbnb, get off your first stay here).

There are also three hostels in town that cost -25 USD for six- to ten-bed dorm rooms.