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Visiting Dubai in June: The ultimate guide you need for your trip

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If you're drawn to luxury shopping, ultramodern architecture, golden beaches, a stunning skyline, and a vibrant nightlife, Dubai is the ultimate destination. It offers an unparalleled glamorous lifestyle, constantly pushing boundaries with ostentatious projects that leave visitors in awe. Visiting Dubai in June presents an opportune time to sidestep the crowds and take advantage of numerous off-season discounts on attractions and experiences. Plus, with most venues equipped with air conditioning, you can enjoy a plethora of indoor activities to escape the summer heat.

What makes Dubai in June special?

Dubai in June
Dubai in June

Dubai offers a remarkable experience year-round, but June stands out for its affordability. Everything, from airfare to accommodation, is more budget-friendly during this period. With myriad attractions and activities, and the city's extensive air-conditioning, visitors are assured an enjoyable escape from the heat. Furthermore, June is off-peak, ensuring a reprieve from crowds. The month also brings the vibrant celebrations of Ramadan, offering discounted shopping, indulgent feasts, and festive cheer throughout the city.

Dubai weather in June

In June, Dubai experiences scorching heat and arid conditions, with daytime temperatures soaring to a high of 38°C! Nighttime offers little relief, with lows around 26°C. Humidity levels fluctuate between a dry 27% and a stifling 89% throughout the month. Expect around 12 hours of sunshine each day, with no rainfall in sight.

Dubai in June: Things to do


Burj Khalifa

Dubai in June - burj khalifa

The Burj Khalifa is, as of now, the tallest building in the world and needs no introduction. This architectural marvel, with its tip shooting straight into the sky, is the epitome of mankind’s technological and architectural abilities. Visit the observation deck on the 148th floor for panoramic views of the city from the highest man-made viewpoint in the world. The lack of crowds in June makes the view all the better.

June Timings
8am to 11:15pm(final entry)


1 Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
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Garden Glow

Dubai in June - garden glow

The Dubai Garden Glow, located in Zabeel Park in the heart of the city, is a unique entertainment venue for families. Featuring enchanting light sculptures, from a glittering Burj Khalifa to Cinderella’s jazzy carriage, the light show is sure to leave you mesmerized. Apart from the creative installations, there are live music shows and other world-class performances featuring the country’s best talent, making this a must-visit.

June Timings
Sunday – Friday: 5pm to 11pm
Saturday & National holidays: 5pm to 12am


Zabeel Park, Gate No - 6 & 7 Area - B, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
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Ferrari World

Dubai in June - Ferrari World

Ferrari World is one of the most famous amusement parks in the world. If you’re looking to have some adrenaline pumping in your veins, this place has to be on your itinerary. With over 20 thrilling rides, the park guarantees fun for all ages. Experience the thrill of being in a race car by hopping on the world’s fastest rollercoaster, the Formula Rossa. There are plenty of other experiences dedicated to the famous car brand that makes Ferrari World worth visiting.

June Timings
Timings vary, make sure to check the official website here


Ferrari World, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi,
United Arab Emirates
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Dubai Frame

Dubai in June - dubai frame

The Dubai Frame, the latest iconic landmark of the city, is a single gigantic rectangular frame-like structure, acting as a picture frame of Dubai. Located in Zabeel Park, the frame aims to provide a view of the city's past, present, and future, with two galleries for the past and the future, and an observation deck on the top floor presenting a view of the present. The Frame was constructed to celebrate the story of Dubai from its history to its plans for future development.

June Timings
Daily: 9am to 9pm (varies during Ramadan)


Al Kifaf, Zabeel Park Jogging Track, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
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Dubai Dolphinarium & Seal Show

Dubai in June - dubai dolphinarium

The Dubai Dolphinarium is a dedicated aquarium for dolphins and seals. The Dolphinarium offers experiences and shows that make it exciting for the whole family. Join the Majestic Dolphin Swim to get up close with dolphins as you swim right next to them. Watch the seals show off their talents at the Seal Show. Fun is in abundance at this place!

June Timings
11am, 2pm, 5pm (No shows on Tuesday)


Riyadh Street, Umm Hurair 2, Dubai,
United Arab Emirates
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La Perle by Dragone

Dubai in May - la perle

La Perle is a performance show, hosted at a theatre in Dubai, in which the audience is given a 270-degree viewing angle. The show was created by Francis Dragone, who shot to fame through Cirque du Soleil. Featuring 65 skilled acrobats performing dangerous yet mind-blowing stunts on stage, the show promises to captivate its audience.

June Timings
Tuesday – Friday: 9am to 11pm
Closed on Saturday & Sunday


260 Sheikh Zayed Rd, Dubai,
United Arab Emirates
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Ski Dubai

Dubai in June - Ski Dubai

Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with over 22,000 square meters of skiing area located in the Mall of the Emirates. The resort is home to its own colony of King and Gentoo penguins, whom you can meet with the penguin encounter experience. The Snow Park offers unlimited access to rides, bobsledding, tubing run, climbing wall, ice caves, and more activities. The resort makes for the perfect way to delight the whole family during the summer.


Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai,
United Arab Emirates
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Dubai in June: Events to look out for

Dubai in June events

Hans Zimmer

May 31 - June 1, 2024
The legendary Hans Zimmer is going to sweep Dubai away with his iconic masterpieces. Imagine yourself in the midst of the atmosphere, surrounded by fellow music enthusiasts, as the maestro himself takes the stage. From epic movie scores to unforgettable melodies, this is your chance to experience the magic of Zimmer's music live.

Dubai in June events

Russell Kane Stand-Up Comedy Show

June 2, 2024
Laugh your heart out with Russell Kane this June in Dubai! Step out for an evening of fun, filled with laughter and hilarious anecdotes as one of the UK's most beloved comedians takes center stage. So grab your tickets soon!

Dubai in June: 5-day Itinerary

Dubai in June: Essentials




Time zoneGMT+4


Country Code+971


Socket Type C, D and G


CurrencyArab Emirate Dirham (AED)

Dubai Weather in June

Characterizing the weather in Dubai during June as simply "hot" would be an understatement. Daytime temperatures soar to a scorching maximum of 37°C, while nights offer little relief, hovering around 27°C. The average temperature settles at a sweltering 33°C. Rainfall is virtually nonexistent due to its desert locale. Expect oppressive humidity levels, coupled with an abundance of sunlight lasting an average of 10-12 hours per day.

Where to Stay in Dubai during June

Downtown Dubai is a great location to stay in if you’re looking for a convenient locality and luxury. This area houses some of the top attractions of Dubai, such as Burj Khalifa, Dubai Mall, several nightclubs, high-end restaurants, and luxury hotels. We recommend staying at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel if 5-star luxury is what you’re looking for. The Dubai Creekside area offers more budget-friendly options for accommodation. The Creekside, a slightly more traditional neighborhood, is the perfect blend of modern and ancient, and gives you easy access to souks and markets. We recommend the Holiday Inn Bur Dubai for a more affordable option.

What to Pack for Visiting Dubai in June

Amidst the oppressive city heat, ensure you have ample sunscreen on hand. Keep a water bottle with you at all times to stave off dehydration. Opt for loose-fitting attire suitable for summer, and minimize exposing skin to the sun's rays. Don't forget to bring along an umbrella for added protection against the intense sunlight.

Getting Around Dubai in June

Dubai is fairly well connected, making transportation one thing you won’t have to worry about. The first thing you must do after reaching Dubai is to get a Nol Card. This is a unified fare card that can be used on all means of public transport. Dubai has a reliable Metro system, which consists of two lines, the Red and the Green. The public buses offer a convenient way to visit all the attractions of the city. Cabs are also easily available throughout the city, though slightly on the expensive side.

Dubai in June - Must-Try Delicacies


Traditionally a Yemeni dish, Mandi is very popular in Dubai. It is made of rice, spices, and meat, mostly lamb or chicken. The meat is slow cooked under the ground and once ready, it’s served with rice. Mandi is available in many specialized restaurants. We recommend trying it in Jood Mandy.
Location: Next to Uptown Mirdif Center, Near Lifco Supermarket, Mirdif, Baghdad Street, Dubai.

Camel Meat

The stuffed camel dish is a traditional Emirati dish, which is usually served at weddings and special occasions. It is served in different ways, with some restaurants even offering burgers with camel meat. You can try camel meat at The Local House.
Location: 51, Al Bastakiya, Near Al Fahidi Round About Opposite Al Mussalla Post Office Meena Bazaar.

Al Harees

If you enjoy porridge, then we recommend trying the Al Harees, which is a combination of wheat, meat, and salt served with a porridge-like consistency. Al Harees is served at special occasions like Eid, making June the perfect time to try this dish. Al Makan serves some very delicious Al Harees.
Location: Souk Madinat Jumeirah,Al Safouh Road, Dubai.


With rice and meat being the locals' favorite combination, Qoozi is a must-try dish that perfectly combines both. It is made with slow cooked lamb, roasted nuts and raisins served with rice. This dish can be found at certain restaurants, like Kabab Erbil Iraqi Restaurant.
Location: Al Rigga Road, Dubai.


Machboos is a traditional Emirati rice dish made with whole local spices and mixed with dried lemon, served with a side of locally caught shrimp, lamb or chicken. Try the chicken machboos at Al Fanar.
Location: Dubai Festival City Mall

Tips for visiting Dubai in June

  • It is better to make reservations for the Burj Khalifa sky deck a month in advance.
  • Age, height, and weight restrictions apply for some adventure sports activities. Please make prior inquiries.
  • There is a long list of forbidden acts while availing public transport in Dubai, including, but not limited to chewing gum, drinking water, and taking a nap.
  • Dubai is known for its notable lack of sidewalks and pedestrian crossings, especially in the older quarter. You may even need to take a cab to cross over to the other side of the road.

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