Dubai has become a luxury tourist capital in the last years. There are many luxury hotels, man made islands and much more to see in Dubai. Here are the places you must see while you’re there.
This skyscraper has a height of 828 meters and has 161 floors. 124th floor is reserved for tourists to visit. You can dine here and enjoy the night view of Dubai. If you want to find a place to experience Burj Khalifa, you must book in advance. Tickets range from 125 to 200 dirhams.
These man-made islands were completed in 7 years. The sand taken from the Persian Gulf was used in the construction of the Palm Islands. From a bird's eye view, it resembles a real palm tree. On the island, there are luxury hotels and shopping malls such as Nakheel Mall, as well as villas and restaurants.
You should not end your vacation without seeing the vast desert of Dubai. Desert safaris start early in the morning and end in the afternoon. Safari prices range from 80 to 120 USD. After touring the desert, you can have dinner and spend your evening at this relaxing environment. You can also buy souvenirs here. In the evening following the safari, you will be taken back to your hotel with the convoy cars.
Within this district are the Dubai museum and the Grand Mosque. In the museum, it is possible to see the cultural structure of Dubai. Some ancient artifacts from Al Qusais are also exhibited in this museum. It is worth noting that the Grand Mosque is only open to Muslims.
The area known as the Jumeirah city is one of the largest promenade areas in the United Arab Emirates. It has an area of 40 hectares and has a design inspired by Arab villages. There are five-star boutique hotels in Al Qasr, Dar Al Masyaf and Al Naseem. Madinat Theater is also here.
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