Dubai can be called the glittering jewel of the UAE or the United Arab Emirates. This global city is advanced in technology, architecture and culture. Many wonders of the city attract thousands of tourists from all over the world every year. For business or leisure, if you plan to visit Dubai in the future, there are 10 tourist destinations that you should visit.
Here are the top 10 tourist attractions in Dubai that you can’t miss
1. Burj Khalifa
There is no better introduction to Burj Khalifa than the fact that it is the tallest man-made building in the world. At 828 meters above sea level, Burj Khalifa occupies a prominent place in the wide Dubai skyline. The main attraction of this tall building is its observation platform on the 124th floor, from where you will have a 360 ° view of Dubai. However, this is not the only attraction of this place. The tallest building also has the fastest elevator in the world. A visit to Burj Khalifa will not only provide you with an aerial view of the city, but also tell you about the history and development of this huge building through photos and videos.
2. Dubai Desert Safari
If you are in Dubai, you should take this opportunity to see and experience life in the desert, away from the lights, sounds and crowds of the city. In the middle of the desert you can experience amazing food, exciting adventures and also a quiet time. One of the best things about a desert safari is that you can indulge in beating in the dunes. In addition, there are belly dances, shisha or keik, Tanura dance, henna painting, etc.
3. Dubai Museum
If you are more interested in the history and culture of Dubai than the glitter and charm of the city, then head to the Dubai Museum. The interesting thing about this museum is that it is located in the wall of Al-Fahidi. This museum shows the Bedouin lifestyle of the past. From how people live in the deserts of the United Arab Emirates to their work in pearl diving and fishing, everything is on display at this museum. You can also see the growth and development of Dubai by watching a documentary video in the museum.
4. Burj Al Arab
Burj Al Arab claims to be the only seven-star hotel in the world and a symbol of luxury, comfort and elegance. Situated on artificial ground near Jumeirah Beach, this hotel offers all the luxury you can imagine. Architecture, interior, food, etc. One of the main attractions in the area is the afternoon tea at Al Muntaha Resort, where you can have a seven-course meal and also have a good view of the Jumeirah coast and the Persian Gulf. You can also dine at the underground restaurant, Al Mahara, which has its own aquarium.
5. Dubai Mall
Whether you’re shopping as a shop window, you’re in the spotlight at Dubai Mall. It is located next to the Burj Khalifa and is not the only reason why people visit Dubai Mall. In addition to the famous clothing stores, huge food halls, countless restaurants and cafes, the huge multiplex, Dubai Mall has a huge aquarium and also an underwater zoo. While you won’t be able to see the entire Dubai Mall, don’t miss the light and music show at Dubai Fountain. With Burj Khalifa in the background, a light and music show is something everyone in your family will enjoy.
6. Dubai Miracle Garden
A world of amazing flowers awaits you at Dubai Miracle Garden, the largest natural flower garden in the world. The 72,000 m2 park has an impressive array of famous buildings and structures that have been completely transformed into colorful flowers. You can immerse yourself in more than 50 million blooming flowers at various exhibitions. The nearby Dubai Butterfly Garden is also worth a trip. Here, children can explore more than 15,000 species of butterflies and learn more about them in a fun but educational environment.
7. Palm Jumeirah
Palm Jumeirah, known as the eighth wonder of the world, is an artificial island designed in the shape of a palm tree. This island has some of the best hotels, luxury residences, shopping malls and everything you can find in the city. Palm Jumeirah is simply a city in a city. While you can drive around Palma, you can see the bird’s palm by helicopter or maybe something more adventurous than parachuting. You will get a clear view of the palm tree and its leaves.
8. Dubai Frame
Since opening in 2018, the Dubai Frame has become a cultural landmark that connects Dubai’s past with the present and represents a remarkable technical breakthrough. Located in Dubai’s famous Zabeel Park, this attraction allows you to experience the crossing between Old and New Dubai with panoramic views of the 150-meter-high city. One of its unique features is the state-of-the-art clear glass gallery, which connects the parallel vertical towers so that the exterior of the structure is very similar to a giant frame.
9. The Beach
If you want to shop, eat, watch a movie and all go to the beach in one place, consider a trip to The Beach opposite the Jumeirah Beach Residences (JBR). With guest DJs playing most weekends, a cinema and many fashion boutiques, The Beach is always busy. Choose from a variety of dining options, try the exciting range of water sports on offer or simply enjoy a few hours of relaxation in the cottage with your favorite book. The beach is also connected to the new Bluewaters Island neighborhood by a footbridge.
10. Ain Dubai
Ain Dubai is one of the newest landmarks to join the long list of Dubai’s world-breaking attractions. The giant sightseeing bike is 250 m high, which makes it the tallest and largest of its kind in the world. Located on the other side of the water from Jumeirah Beach Residences, Giant Wheel offers 360-degree views of the city skyline within a 38-minute drive. Be sure to take time to explore Bluewaters Island, wherever it is located