This resembles a hybrid museum, shop, and shrine dedicated to everything coffee! The Coffee Museum Dubai, housed in a villa in the Al Fahidi area, provides a history of coffee as well as an outstanding collection of artifacts, including a 300-year-old coffee pot. Books on coffee, vintage coffee advertisements, and several roasting demonstrations fill the museum with a delicious aroma.
Cycling at Al Qudra's 50km of track is one of the top free things to do in Dubai and something you should cross off your bucket list if you can get your hands on a road bike and helmet (you can rent from Trek Dubai). The crimson desert, the occasional camel, and even an oryx provide stunning scenery, especially at dusk. The very best? It's unpaid. You’ll require an emirates visa for Egypt passport holders if you want to enjoy cycling in the desert.