Best Places to Visit in Dubai
Dubai Travel Guide
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Most of the visitors who travel to Dubai and spend most of their time in shopping malls. While Dubai’s are more sumptuous than most, there are shopping malls all over the world. What makes a visit to Dubai special is the chance to soak up Arabian culture – in style get insider tips on the top attractions in Dubai for your next city break.
From the dizzying heights of the Burj Khalifa to pungent spices of the souks, Dubai is a culture collision and a half. Make Dubai your Vacation this year and enjoy the Arabian culture
Best Places to visit in Dubai & Dubai Travel Guide
As you know that, lately Dubai is attracting lots of tourist around the world for its beauty and elegance
let us look at few of the best places to visit in Dubai, which makes this place a wonderland.
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1. Burj Khalifa -Tallest Building in the World.
Dubai best landmark building is the Burj Khalifa, which at 829.8 meters is the tallest building in the world
and the most famous of the city’s points of interest. For most visitors, a trip to the observation deck on the 124th floor here is a must to do while in the city. The views across the city skyline from this bird’s-eye perspective are simply stunning.
2. Dubai Museum
Step back in time to appreciate Dubai’s history at this museum beneath the splendid Al Fahidi Fort – Dubai’s oldest building, constructed in 1787. Dubai was settled way back in the Bronze Age, with fine alabaster objects dating from 3,000BC to prove it.
You can also check out the first written reference to the sleepy fishing village and trading port, penned in 1580 by Venetian jeweller Gasparo Balbi who passed through seeking pearls. Or trust me on this and simply enjoy wandering among the kitsch exhibits, including life-size dioramas and costumed mannequins.
3-Bur Dubai Textile Souk and Shindagha
A five-minute stroll from Dubai Museum is the breezy Bur Dubai Textile Souk, and a further 10-minute walk along the waterfront, Shindagha, the oldest part of Dubai and site of the early fishing village.
While geographically it seems logical to head here after your visit to Dubai Museum, it’s more fun in the evening when it’s considerably cooler and the locals come to bargain at the souq, power-walk along the waterside, and – during winter and Ramadan especially – enjoy activities such as rifle-throwing contests and traditional song and dance at the Heritage and Diving Village.
4-Take a Desert Safari in Dubai is a Must
Of course when you travel to Dubai one of the best places to visit in Dubai is the Desert (Sahara).
Dubai desert safari offers the chance to get a flavour of the Bedouin lifestyle, from a time when the Dubai skyline was more sand than super-city. Numerous companies offer desert safaris but check them out before booking: ask what time you’ll be dropped back at your hotel and whether they plan to stop anywhere on the way, especially what food there will be and any extras you may need to pay for. Most start with a 4×4 drive to an authentic Bedouin campsite where you can try ‘hubbly bubbly’ and indulge in fresh barbecued shawarma. Opt for a thrill ride around the dunes by Land Rover or camel depending on the tempo you want, while after sunset, it’s a magical experience just to sit in the darkness and stare at the many, many stars visible away from the city lights.
5- Experience Arabian Night in the Desert.
There is nothing compared with spending a night in the Arabian Desert in Dubai in the open, with no artificial lights or man-made structures to obscure the view, you’ll feel like you can see the entirety of the universe stretching out before you, with seemingly millions of stars and other heavenly bodies visible. Once experienced, it is something that you will never forget for the rest of your life. Dubai Desert Camping offers you a plenty of fun and desert activities start by dun bashin by jeep and enjoy camel riding in the desert with Sand Boarding on the dunes after that move to the camp to enjoy BBQ dinner with belly dance and Tanora dance show.Sleep under the skies of Dubai in Bedouin tent
6-Shopping in Dubai – Shop till you Drop
Not for nothing is Dubai frequently called the world’s best shopping destination, and if you like nothing better than indulging in some retail therapy on a weekend away, then get stuck in! Dubai has an incredible selection of malls, including the largest in the world, The Dubai Mall, so much so that it’s hard to choose. If you’re after a bargain or two, head to the Dubai Outlet Mall, which offers up to 90% off original prices, or hang out in style at the BurJuman in the business district.
7-Jumeirah Beach Residence Walk and Dubai Marina.
Built in the last few years, Dubai Marina throngs with spectacular twisting skyscrapers, while just next door is the effortless glamour of Jumeirah Beach Residence walk (or ‘JBR walk’ if you want to sound like a local). Like a city within a city, this area owns some prime people-watching cafés, sociable bars and some of the best restaurants in Dubai.
During the day, you will see plenty of joggers taking advantage of the marina views and behind the Address Hotel, you can take the Dubai ferry out to sea, which passes the Atlantis Hotel, its famous arch standing like a gateway to the leaf-shaped island of Palm Jumeirah.
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