views of Dubai

I always had a passion to visit Dubai. Therefore, I decided to take a break from my routine work and booked my flight tickets to Dubai. I discovered that on average about fourteen million international tourists across the globe frequently, visit Dubai. Upon arrival at the Dubai International Airport, I hired a cab and head straight to explore one of the massive structures of Dubai named ‘Burj Khalifa’.

Burj Khalifa:

Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa, which is regarded as one of the world’s tallest structures, was established in the year 2010. It is one of the few artificial manmade structures, which is visible from space. It comprises of two observation decks, which is located at 148th and 124th floor respectively where the visitors can witness the mesmerizing views of the city’s skyline. In addition, it houses an interactive screen, which displays a flying simulation of various places in Dubai. I even enjoyed some of the breath taking moments at this place while gazing at this massive structure.

Dubai Aquarium:

Dubai Aquarium

Next I decided to visit the Dubai Aquarium. It is one of the unique sight-seeing places where the visitors can engage in close quarters with some of the elusive aquatic species. It is home to more than one hundred and forty wide varieties of marine animals. Visitors who would prefer to feel the rush of adrenaline in their blood may take part in adventurous activities such as shark diving, shark walker, and scuba diving. The Dubai Aquarium currently has the capacity to store more than ten million gallons of water.

Desert Safari Dubai:

Desert Safari Dubai

The Desert Safari Dubai is undoubtedly one of the top safari providers in the city of Dubai. It is one of the must visit tourists spots in the United Arab Emirates. The safari which commences in the afternoon covers the entire desert of Dubai including photo-stops at a camel farm. I decided to take part in the camel ride while gazing at the sun set before making my way to the campsite. Apart from camel ride, I tried the sand boarding and henna design. After a hectic ride, I savored some lip-smacking buffet dinner along with shisha. I paused for a moment and proceed straight towards Burj-Al-Arab.

The safari is opened to the public from 03: 30 PM to 09:30 PM on a daily basis.

Burj Al Arab:

Burj Al Arab

Those tourists who would like to chill-out with their families and friends at Dubai may head straight to the Burj-Al-Arab. It is the third largest tower in the world which offers ultra-modern amenities. This world-class hotel which stands at a height of about fifty-six meters is opened to the public twenty-four hours a day. One can choose from a range of deluxe rooms or if necessary opt for a day tour where you can check-out the multi-cuisine restaurants and bars

Dubai Marina:

Dubai Marina

The Dubai Marina is one of the preferred tourist destination spot by the tourists around the world. Some of the major highlights of this place include food joints, boutiques and bustling markets. It is an artificial man-made canal which is located along the coast of Persian Gulf.

The Palm Islands:

The Palm Islands

The Palm Islands comprises of two artificial islands namely Pal Jumeirah and Palm Jabel Ali. Visitors are allowed to access Pal Jumeirah rather than Palm Jabel Ali since it is the only island which has been accomplished so far. The Observation Deck which is located at Burj Khalifa allows the visitors to experience the aerial view of this island. In order to explore the surrounding areas of the Palm Islands, the tourists may hire a speed boat.

Dubai Creek:

Dubai Creek

Dubai Creek which is a salt water brook located at Dubai is the primary venue for hosting live shows, entertainment and fire crackers as well.

Dubai Dolphinarium:

Dubai Dolphinarium

Dubai Dolphinarium is an amusement park which is located in the midst of charming and beautiful Creek Side Park at Dubai. This venue was constructed with the objective to spread the awareness of conserving and protecting ‘Dolphins'(one of the endangered species of marine world). The visitors can witness forty-minutes of live performance by dolphins and even seals. One can even indulge in close quarters with these amazing creatures. This place is also well-equipped with facilities to organize auspicious events such as parties. Dolphin Experts and even eminent scientists often conduct lectures and activities at this venue on a regular basis.

Jumeirah  Beach:

Jumeirah  Beach

Jumeirah Beach is yet another fascinating tourist destination spots which should be included in your itinerary.  It is a serene beach, which is located along the coast of Persian Gulf. This beach houses a chain of restaurants, resorts equipped with ultra-modern amenities.

Sheikh-Saeed Al-Maktoum House:

Sheikh-Saeed Al-Maktoum House

Those who would prefer to have a sneak peek into the history of Dubai should definitely pay a visit to Sheikh-Saeed Al-Maktoum House. It houses a museum, which is beautifully embellished with heavily themed interiors. The museum displays a range of photographs and documents, which dates back to more than thousands of years.

Wild Wadi:

Wild Wadi

Wild Wadi is regarded as one of the favorites and popular water theme parks of Dubai. It is a perfect spot for those tourists who would like to indulge in more than twenty-five thrilling water rides.

Deira Souks:

Deira Souks

Deira Souks, which is a bustling market, is a shopaholic’s paradise. The customers can choose from a range of spices and souks at nominal rates.

Global Village:

Global Village

Global Village guarantees one of the perfect shopping experiences for the tourists across the globe. In addition, it is also an entertainment zone wherein you can watch live performances of some of the professional artists from around the world.

Ibn Battuta Mall:Ibn Battuta Mall

Ibn Battuta Mall is one of the largest shopping malls, which houses more than two-hundred and seventy shops and fifty multi-cuisine restaurants. Both the interiors and exteriors of this mall are imposing and magnificent.

A visit to Dubai will surely kindle your passion for the Gulf.

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