Places To Visit In Dubai | Hungrytourists
Dubai has evolved from a desert desert emirate into one of the world’s leading cities in less than a generation and is fast becoming a necessity. Here you will find traditional prostitutes rubbing their shoulders with the tallest buildings in the world, artificial islands that house some of the most impressive hotels in the world, guaranteed sun and full family fun. Not sure what to see in Dubai?
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The tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa. No tour of Dubai is complete without a visit to a building that has symbolized the city more than anyone else. Burj Khalifa is the tallest independent structure in the world, which rises to an almost amazing height of 829.8 m. A visit to the “top” observation deck on the 124th floor offers stunning panoramic views and includes a multimedia experience that illustrates some of the difficulties that were overcome during a giant construction project. Also, don’t miss the beautiful gardens surrounding the tower on the ground floor. The tower can be loaded especially on weekends. Skip the line by buying your ticket in advance online at www.burjkhalifa.ae. Many of Dubai honeymoon tours are planned mainly to visit the burj khalifa.
Another indispensable place in Dubai is the Dubai Aquarium, home to 140 colorful fish and other marine life. The main reservoir contains 10 million liters of water and among hundreds of sharks and rays is the world’s largest collection of sand tiger sharks. The hotel is located on the ground floor of Dubai Mall. From the mall itself you can see a large main tank (big enough to tour by boat with a glass surface on the surface), although nothing matches the sensation of driving “in” when entering the tank. We passed a tunnel as high as 148 meters. For adrenaline junkies there are also diving cages and shark subs. In addition to underwater wonders, there are areas that are less well known to snakes, chameleons, scorpions and spiders that should not be missed!
Are you planning to visit the Dubai Aquarium? Check out this tour from underwater explorers or a tour of the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
THE PALM JUMEIRAH
On this palm-shaped man-made island, Palm Jumeirah, you will find many of the best hotels in Dubai, including the legendary Atlantis. This large hotel also has an Aquaventure water park with the longest water slide in the world and another with nine floors. There is also a large stretch of sand that is suitable for children, and the opportunity to go on an underwater safari with a helmet on the sea lane.
The monorail system controls the length of the “stem” of the palm, which makes it very easy to visit in all seasons. Take this Dubai boat tour to visit Palm Jumeirah and see the exotic Atlantis Hotel.
At Deira, the oldest part of the city, you will find a number of attractions in Dubai. The winding streets in the area on the north side of Dubai Creek are home to a bare-hand fight between people and culture that calls Dubai home. Famous for its market or voice, it is a world away from Dubai Mall. Here you rub your shoulders with the locals as you immerse yourself in the world of pure gold jewelry and absorb the taste of unknown species. Deira is only a short drive from the international airport, making it one of the best places in Dubai if you don’t have time.
Burj Al Arab is one of the tallest hotels in the world. Although it cannot keep up with the tired height of the Burj Khalifa, the Burj Al-Arab claims to be the tallest hotel in the world with a height of 321 meters. Its architecture, which is located on its own island, is reminiscent of a traditional sailing dowl – a type of merchant ship that has existed in the Emirates for centuries. Come at night, the outside is illuminated with color using a kaleidoscope. The best apartments cost $ 15,000 per night. A cheaper way to visit the Burj is to visit the Skyview Bar on the 27th floor.
Take this half-day tour in Dubai and visit the Burj Al-Arab along with other highlights in Dubai.
Dubai Mall is more than just a way to enter the Burj Khalifa or to see the underwater world of the Dubai Aquarium. People travel the world in search of stylish shops. The shops here can easily be called endless (there are more than 1,200 stores), but if the bidding search is too large, there are plenty of dining area options, as well as ice rinks, play areas, and cinemas.
The Dubai Mall regularly organizes live events such as music concerts and fashion shows that are worth seeing. Visit Dubai Mall and Dubai Aquarium with this tour.
Located in the impressive Al-Fahidi sand castle, which was built in the late 18th century to protect the Dubai River. This is the best museum in Dubai and the most popular cultural attraction in Dubai. Amidst centuries of design, including coral, palm trees and wooden support, there is an attractive map display showing how Dubai has changed over the years and an inner courtyard filled with traditionally made boats. To see the life of the old and new emirates, there is nothing better than the Dubai Museum. Another helpful visit to the museum is the home of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, the home of the former ruler of Dubai.
This tour takes you past the Dubai Museum and the historic wonders of Fort Fahidi.
Bastakia, also known as Old Dubai, is a treasure trove of Emirates inheritance. The Dubai Creek region was founded in the late 19th century. Almost unchanged since then, the narrow streets of the area have been filled with elegant buildings since then, the much touted wind towers that help keep these buildings cool during the summer. Bastakia is also a bustling arts center. Don’t miss the traditional Arabic furnishings and ceramics from the Majlis gallery of modern art from the XVA gallery. Bastakia is in the eastern part of Bur Dubai, Sometimes called the district of Al Fahidi.
THE DUBAI FOUNTAIN
Dubai Fountains offers spectacular exhibits at night. Combine a visit to Dubai’s top three activities by exploring the heights of the Burj Khalifa, shopping at Dubai Mall, and then seeing a spectacular water show at Dubai’s Fountain. Over time, the illuminated jet is passed on to popular music numbers from around the world in the largest choreographic representation of its kind. With jets racing up to 150 meters in the air, this is an amazing sight. Shows take place every day at 1am and 1.30pm, except on Fridays when the shows are 1.30pm and 2pm. And again every 30 minutes from sunset until 11 at night.
Take a cruise and sail the Dubai River. Dubai Creek is an integral part of old and modern Dubai and divides the city of Deira in the north and Bur Dubai in the south. In many ways, the river, where it all started, is a great place to experience Dubai’s traditional atmosphere. Look at the port of Dou north of Al Maktoum Bridge to see ships that are a century old and continue to serve as a lifeline for retailers from all regions – you can even be invited on board! There are a number of buildings to consider, including the Deira Twin Towers and the National Bank, while Dubai Creek Park nearby is one of the largest in the Emirates and a great place for a relaxing picnic with old and new friends.
You can experience dowry life, if only briefly, by sailing along the river, enjoying a historic trading port.
Swim in the Dubai River on this Day Dhou cruise ship.
As you can see, there are many places to visit in Dubai no matter how long you stay in this 21st century global city. From the historic views of the Dubai River, Bastakia and Deira to the splendor of the Dubai Fountain and the Burj Khalifa, there is always something new in this growing city.