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Our Picked Dubai Attractions You Cannot Miss

Jumeirah Beach
This is one of the most prominent symbols of Dubai, located near the world’s only 7 star hotel, Burj Al Arab. The beach is a prominent spot and a popular spot for picnics. The beach is also home to the Wild Wadi, a very popular water park. The area has an abundance of hotels, shops selling traditional Arabic wares and eating places. Jumeirah Beach has a number of activities you can enjoy, such as skydiving, paragliding and horse riding.
Wild Wadi Dubai
Located in the Jumeirah area of Dubai, Wild Wadi is a very popular theme park. The park has 24 different rides and slides as well as 8 master blasters and 2 flow rides. Not just rides, the park also has food and beverages as well as lifeguards at all times.
Burj Al Arab
Standing tall, shaped like a dhow, Burj Al Arab is an iconic structure in Dubai. Credited with being the only 7 star hotel in the world, it has 28 floors and 202 suites. The entire hotel rests on an artificial island and is a feat of engineering. It is extremely opulent and has world-class restaurants - Al Muntaha, which is located above the Persian Gulf and offers views of the surrounding region, and Al Mahara, which features a large seawater aquarium.
Palm Islands
One of the marvels of engineering, this group of 3 islands is artificially created and derives its names from the distinctive palm shape. Palm Jumeirah is the smallest of the 3 islands and is said to be housing several luxury hotels and a luxury cruise liner. The middle-sized island here is Palm Jebel Ali, which will have penthouses, luxury apartments, recreational facilities and a very vibrant nightlife. The largest of the 3 is Palm Deira, whose highlight would undoubtedly be the an extensive public transport system including the Dubai metro.
Ski Dubai
An exceptionally brilliant construction, Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 5 slopes of different steepness. What completes the pretty picture are sleds, toboggans, ice cave, snowball shooting area and a snowman making area.
Emirates Towers
Located on Sheikh Zayed Road, the Emirates Towers consists of the Emirates Tower Office and Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel. The entire complex, which is counted among the most interesting structures of the world are set amidst gardens, lakes, waterfalls and a seating area.
Burj Khalifa
Claimed to be the tallest freestanding structure of the world, Burj Khalifa is also one of the most lavish structures. Its features include The Dubai Fountain which shoots water 490 ft high accompanied by music, an Observation Deck to view the surrounding panoramas and the Burj Khalifa Park complete with gardens, palm lined walkways and flowering trees.
Atlantis, the Palm
One of the most opulent structures in Dubai, Atlantis, the Palm has 2 towers linked by a bridge, 1539 rooms, 2 monorail stations connecting the main hotel to the Palm Jumeirah Islands, an Aquaventure Theme Park, Dolphin Bay for guests to swim with dolphins and several themed restaurants.
Dubai Creek Park
One of the most ideally located parks in Dubai, Dubai Creek Park is known for its recreational options, boats, restaurants and children’s play area. Its highlight is the Green Area, which has rare plants grown in UAE.
Dubai Beaches
The beaches of Dubai are great crowd-pullers. Stretching across for miles, Palm Beach and Jumeirah Beach are 2 of the most prominent ones. Not just for lounging around, there is a lot you can do on the beaches – surfing, water skiing and family picnics.
Dubai Souks
The souks in Dubai are where you can see the traditional Arabic culture. Located in various parts of the city, you can get traditional artifacts, Persian carpets, silk material, clay wares, spices, perfumes and so much more. Dubai souks are very crowded especially during the weekends and when they have sales going on. One of the most popular souks in Dubai is the Gold Souk, where you can find a huge number of shops selling gold jewellery in various designs and makes.
Grand Mosque
One of the most elaborate mosques in Dubai, this is also among the tallest in UAE. Located in Bur Dubai, the mosque is built in Persian style and has a combination of blue and sand color used in construction. Its 70 m high minaret is the tallest minaret in Dubai and the mosque is one of the most photographed structures here.
Heritage House
Once home to a wealthy Iranian merchant, this is a traditional family home with 10 rooms and an Arabian style courtyard. Among the rooms present is the meeting room for guests, a separate room for women, a room to eat meals and a bride’s room. Today it has been turned into a museum that sheds light on the life and times of a family in the emirate.
Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House
Turned into a museum, this was the house of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum, former ruler of Dubai. Located along the Creek, the house has 30 rooms divided into family units. The building is done in a traditional way and offers glimpses of the life of this ruler.
Dubai Museum
Situated in Al Fahidi Fort, Dubai Museum showcases the life of the early inhabitants of Dubai. You will find inside arts and artifacts that were once traded between countries. Highlight of this museum is the interactive museum, where working models from Dubai’s earlier life are on display. Some of the prominent sights here are of fishing, souks and Arabic life.

About Dubai

One of the most happening hot spots in UAE, Dubai is undoubtedly one of the fastest growing cities in the world. It has emerged as a total travel hot spot and thousands of visitors arrive here throughout the year to enjoy its various attractions. The city has grown at a remarkable pace and offers soaring buildings, lavish luxury hotels, adventures of the wild kind and mind-blowing shopping. One of the best times to arrive here is during the annual Dubai Shopping Festival when visitors arrive from all over the world to get the best deals and discounts on clothes, gold and electronics.
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Shop Till You Drop in Dubai!

With such a lavish lifestyle to boast of, shopping seems to be the foremost thing that comes to peoples minds when they visit here. Dubai has a profusion of malls that have a world of goodies you can get your hands on. Miles and miles of malls that stock up on international goods and special items can be found at every turn in the city. Not just towering malls, some of the best bargains of Dubai can be found in the souks or the traditional Arabian markets found all over the city. When in Dubai, visit the Dubai Mall, which is amongst the largest malls of the world, with an astounding range of retail outlets. Another popular shopping spot here is the Mall of the Emirates, which has a list of the most popular stores you can find in the world, including DKNY, Kenneth Cole, Versace and D&G. Considering that everything in Dubai is rather flamboyant, you must make time to visit the Festival City. Contained within it the Festival Waterfront Centre is a huge retail centre, which is a fun place to spend some time as you watch shoppers go by. Several other malls (and many more coming up), include the Ibn Battuta Mall, which is split into 6 main courts (China, India, Persia, Egypt, Tunisia and Andalusia), Deira City Centre, Wafi Mall, Jumeirah Beach Centre and BurJuman. While most of the malls here feature almost the same stores, it promises to be a rather interesting experience. Shopping in Dubai is definitely not restricted only to malls. You must make time to visit the souks, especially the Gold Souk. Here you will see lines of shops with heavy gold jewellery on display. Price is determined as per weight and no where else will you ever find such a lavish display of gold. A real heaven for ladies! Other souks worth visiting are located in the Bur Dubai area, where you can get Persian wares, silks and other Bedouin items. Shopping in Dubai becomes even more vibrant during the annual Dubai Shopping Festival, a month long event in January – February when you can get the best bargains on practically everything.

Feasting in Dubai

Few places on earth can offer the range of food that Dubai has. Considering its cosmopolitan nature, there is available cuisines from all across the world. Remember that non-vegetarian fares are most popular here and most restaurants do not serve alcohol. Arabic food here is a must try and you will find restaurants and eateries serving them at every corner. Some of the common Arabic foods include shawarma, hummus, falafel, Arabic Bread and their very own special fruit juices. Other than Arabic cuisine, there are several other restaurants that cater to international cuisines. Some of the places you can eat at are The Lemongrass, famous for its Thai cuisine, Verre for its classic English style cuisine, Casa Mia for its Italian, Café Chic for its French, The Noodle House for its South East Asian cuisine, Carters @Wafi Mall for its relaxed ambience and simple food and Ginseng for its Asian cuisine. All the luxury hotels also serve cuisines of various styles and most of them, though a tad expensive promise a really unique experience. Some of the famous ones include Al Mahara in Burj Al Arab, Al Dawaar in Hyatt Regency, the award-winning Steakhouse in JW Marriott and Spectrum on One at Fairmont Hotel.