Dubai: What To See?

From the timeless serenity of the desert to the peppy and bustling souk, Dubai is city that should be seen to believe. Dubai is glitzy, cultural, urban and glamorous. It is a city that not only has the best contemporary sightings but has also has some of the most intriguing historical attractions. It is UAE’s best holiday spot because of high-rises and shopping malls and family fun. Apart from having many cultural highlights, Dubai also has glamorous modern add-ons. Dubai is basically segregated into two sections- Deira on the north and Bur Dubai to the south; and is expanded along both banks of the Creek. From record-breaking architecture to traditional quarters to man-made islands, there is nothing that could be left unseen in Dubai. Below mentioned are some of the places you must see on you visit Dubai.

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The Burj Khalifa: World’s tallest structure, the Burj Khalifa is open since January 2010 and is among the major tourist attractions in Dubai. On the 148th floor, you can experience the world’s highest watching from a height of 555 metres.

Heritage and Diving Village: You can visit Heritage and Diving Village of Dubai to experience its cultural, architectural, and maritime heritage. In this village, you can see the recreations of traditional Bedouin and coastal village life. Also, there are Persian homes, traditional coffeehouses, and souk.

Palm Jumeirah: It is a man-made palm-shaped island and is one of Dubai’s architectural triumphs. It is an artificial island having wide range of high-end hotels, including One&Only, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray Fairmont, the Waldorf Astoria, and, the iconic Atlantis, The Palm.

Dubai miracle garden: It is one of the world’s largest flower garden in Dubai, which is of most popular tourist attraction. This flower garden is Dubai will treat you with around 109 million flowers to witness.

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Amazing Backpackers Hotels in Dubai

Dubai is a land of luxury! In the middle of a hot desert, the city is a magnificent, plush oasis. Often referred to as the playground of the rich, the development of Dubai is simply overpowering. Who would have thought of having a Swiss Alps sort of set up in scorching temperatures, or building a 10 million litre suspended aquarium and underwater zoo in the centre of a mall, or creating an artificial palm island just to cater to lavish resorts? This is what Dubai is popular for – to create the unimaginable!

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