The thrilling Emirate of Dubai is situated on the Eastern coast of the Arabian Peninsula. Dubai is famous for its rich cultural heritage, warm hospitality, and generous and welcoming Emirati people. With year-round sunshine, intriguing deserts, beautiful beaches, ultramodern architecture and amazing attractions that outrank many of the world’s best, Dubai receives millions of visitors each year from around the world. The city is filled with record-breaking architecture, traditional quarters and man-made islands that are located near the beach. There is a delicate balance of old and new, as Dubai continues to emerge as a cosmopolitan metropolis that is growing steadily to become global. From the world’s tallest skyscraper and a restaurant that’s under the ocean to 21st-century shopping and ancient Bedouin traditions, Dubai has an intoxicating mixture of attractions and activities to keep all visitors busy.
3) At number 3 is the Burj Khalifa is an internationally acclaimed architectural marvel that towers over the whole desert. At 828 meters tall, the Burj Khalifa is a marvel of human accomplishment and naturally dominates the Dubai skyline. The Burj’s appearance is based on a flower called the Spider Lily, the Hymenocallis flower and means that the towering structure is essentially three sections arranged around a central core. Located in thriving downtown Dubai, the super skyscraper takes center stage in the famed skyline, but the true majesty of the building is best appreciated up close or, even better, from inside. Level 124 presents an absolutely stunning view on a fine clear day which is topped only by the view from the luxurious At The Top Sky Lounge on the 148th floor. The floor to ceiling glass walls and open-air terrace on the observation decks will grant you spectacular views from every angle. There are also multimedia presentations and augmented reality telescopes. The building has 57 elevators that have a capacity of 12 to 14 people per cabin, with the fastest rising and descending at up to 10 meters per second. At the base of the mighty tower, you will find a vibrant hub of entertainment and dining, featuring the enormous Dubai Mall, the choreographed musical Dubai Fountain, and many other tourist attractions. So plan visit to 124th floor of Burj Khalifa and make you day at its best!
2) Number 2 is Green Planet. The Green Planet is the region’s first bio-dome that recreates the enchanting world of a tropical forest with its rich bio-diversity. The enclosed ecosystem, located at City Walk, offers visitors an amazing expedition into the tropics. The Green Planet recreates an exotic, sensory experience of traveling through lush and verdant rainforest. Visitors can explore a range of striking landscapes from mysterious forest pools to treetop canopy platforms, cliff-hanging gardens, and waterfalls surrounded by birds, butterflies, and aquatic animals. The Green Planet is kept at a temperature of 25 to 28 degrees Celsius and visitors can see over 3,000 species of plants, animals and free-flying birds, including porcupines, sloths, snakes, and spiders. Learn what happens at all levels of a rainforest, start in the canopy, 30 to 45 meters above the ground and see what lives in the bright roof of the rainforest. Then explore the forest floor, home to fish, lizards, and frogs. This fantastic attraction has a very strong conservation message and is a great destination for families and guests of all ages.
1) At number 1 is the Dubai Museum. Sitting near the Bastakiya Quarter, the Dubai Museum offers visitors a glimpse of where this monumental city has been, and where it’s going. Al Fahidi fort has a natural atmospheric Emirati environment. It was built around 1800 and considered Dubai’s oldest remaining structure. Visitors can walk through a mock souq, see exhibits on Bedouin life in the desert, and explore a room highlighting the importance of the sea and view displays about the days before the discovery of oil. The main exhibit is located underground and it can be accessed via a spiraling ramp. A video and a timeline use historical prints and footage to illustrate just how far Dubai has come since the 1960s. The last gallery represents the archaeological findings from other local sites that reveal that the area has been settled for at least 4000 years.
Then plan your trip to Dubai as soon as possible and don’t forget to miss the mentioned places!