If you are anything like Lara and myself you must find yourself looking for things to do that aren't going to cost you too much especially as you hit the end of the month and an empty bank account.
We asked the simple question, "what can we do for cheap in the UAE"?
Curious what we came up with? Listen to the podcast.
Here is a look at the what the Nightliners came up with as things to do for next to nothing.
Rugby! The guf premier league top 6 on weekly on @ the 7s, jebel ali and abu dabi!
Sorry its free! Also quite a lot of ex uk pros playing in the league. - chris
Sit in a park, relax, listen to Dr James night line, sip a sulaimani, awesome - Jey
I go to Deira creek on weekends and sit next to some people who does finishing. It's fun to see them catching fishes but have to be careful with authority. You might get unlucky. My name is Burhan.
Camel races on the way to al Ain
Sharjah Aqurium great for kids 10aed great for kids. Martin
Try da al wasel park off al wasel road jumeirah 1 its quiet u can walk jog n sit in da park by da way its free..CONRAD
You can attend a Crowdfunded Concert. Go toae.chipili.com/latest-events for more details. Pay what you want and get entry to the show.
Camel race track on the way to al Ain. It's free and you can even drive around in your own car close to the cars of the owners and see the camels race up close
Al mamzar park one of the best park in Dubai. You can swim, have a barbeque piknik and lost of play areas for kids. Admission is 5 aed per person or 30 aed if you go in by car - Esin
Check out the Monorail that goes along the Palm Jumeirah. Very very scenic and a cool thing to do on a weekend. From Sam (Dubai).
Horse racing @ meydam also free! Chris again
Go to Jebel Jais or Jebel Hafeez or go below Jebel Hafeez to the hot springs in Green mubazzar park
You can go to global village, enjoy the free shows, enjoy booths from all over the world just for 15 dhs -Rashed
Two words: Jabal Hafeet
Guys also check out the 'secret' beach on Al Sufouh Road, entrance between the palaces and the Nakheel Sales Centre. It's free. Also, the Haunted Village in RAK (Al Hamra). Free, a lil eerie, but fun!
Yes one can there is a Trek bike shop there, but one has to make a reservation. Russell.
Cycling through the dunes at Al Qudra one can even catch the Oryx having their breakfast. Great facilities including a Cafe at the track. Russell.
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