Glamorous Dubai is the United Arab Emirates holiday hot spot. It is the city of high-rises and humongous shopping malls that has molded itself from a desert outpost to a destination du-jour, but this city has many cultural highlights too. As a result, millions of visitors will flow into the Emirates each year. Almost anything is possible in this city, and we have the list to prove it. Here are our picks for some of the best things to do in Dubai.
1. THE DUBAI MALL:
The Dubai Mall is one of the largest and greatest shopping centers in the world. Everything you could possibly need can be found inside its sprawling square footage, with the Dubai shopping festival (DSF) is just around the corner which envelops over 1,300 stores and hosts more than 6 million people under one roof and is marked as a paradise for every shopper.
If I asked you to name the top 3 famous hotels in the world, which would you pick? And if I mention Dubai, what comes to your mind? I believe it goes without saying that it is one of the tallest, the biggest or the most expensive in the world, Burj-al-Arab is definitely the icon among the hotels. But it’s worth paying over a $100 for a visit to Burj-Al-Arab just to say that “I’ve been there”.
3. BURJ KHALIFA:
One of the most picturesque attractions and a landmark building of Dubai is the Burj Khalifa, which is 829.8 meters in terms of altitude and is considered to be the tallest building in the world. For most of the visitors, a trip to the observation deck on the 124th floor is the place they want to be in, while in Dubai. The observation deck experience includes a multimedia presentation on both city and the building of Burj Khalifa. Nighttime visitors are popular with photographers due to Dubai’s famous city lights panoramas.
4. PALM JUMEIRAH:
The tree-shaped Palm-Jumeirah island is known for its razzle-dazzle hotels, posh apartments, and upmarket global restaurants. One of the first things that strike when you visit the Palm Jumeirah is its size. This giant archipelago is visible from the space. And don’t forget to make a splash at Atlantis, swim with sharks and dolphins, paddle around the Palm or kick-start your morning with a Boozy Brunch.
5. THE DESERT:
No trip to Dubai is complete without experiencing the desert safari. The adrenaline rush of 4*4 jeep safari, speedy mountain bike and camel rides in the majestic Dubai desert are experiences that go with you for a long time. If you are planning to visit Dubai, try out organizing an evening desert safari and get a chance to witness sunset in the ocean of desert and have the henna tattoo done and relish the smoky flavors of BBQ for dinner in the evening desert camps.
6. DUBAI WATER PARK AND AQUARIUM:
The Wild Wadi theme park is located in front of Burj-Al-Arab which is one of the best water theme parks in the world and offers more than 30 rides which puts you on the edge of your seat. You will find it hard to choose from endless activities here. One of the city’s top tourist attractions is the Dubai aquarium, which houses over 140 species of sea life in a huge tank on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall. Walking through the aquarium tunnels will get you a closer look at the sea life. Glass bottom boat tours are particularly popular.
7. DUBAI MIRACLE GARDEN:
Within Dubailand is the self-proclaimed world’s largest flower garden- isn’t everything in Dubai the world’s largest? But this flower theme park is no joke. This miracle is spread across seventy-two thousand square meters and displays over 200 million colorful flowers for more than five years now. This Miracle Garden can be concluded in three simple words i.e., love, peace, and harmony. Moreover; its overall launch within the desert also created a WOW factor throughout the world.
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