What to do in Dubai?

Dubai has evolved significantly in recent years as a result of a string of innovative and bold building schemes that have propelled it to the top of everyone’s bucket list. When visiting this sandy hotspot, there are a few attractions you won’t want to overlook. The Top attraction to must visit in Dubai are:

Palm Island

Along the coast, there are two palm-shaped man-made islands. Palm Jumeirah also has a waterpark and luxurious villas. The Palm Jebel Ali, which is bigger, is also under construction.

Burj Khalifa

The Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest tower, standing at 829.8 meters. Visit the 124th-floor observation deck for a gravity-defying, jaw-dropping view.

The Fountains of Dubai

The Dubai Fountain demonstration is a real spectacle, brought to you by the same team that brought you the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas. Take a seat in a nearby cafe and absorb everything.

Burj Al-Arab,

The Burj Al-Arab, the world’s tallest hotel, is located in Dubai. If you can’t handle the $15,000/night luxury package, try dining in the underwater restaurant with the sea creatures!

Beach at Jumeirah

Dubai gets a lot of heat. That means you’ll need to go to the beach. Jumeirah Beach is the best sandy strip in town, and its concentration of hotels makes it an ideal tourist destination.

Dubai Creek

Dubai Creek is a waterway that runs through Dubai. Dubai is divided into two towns by the creek (Deira to the north, Bur Dubai to the south). Check out the Dhow Wharfage, which has been home to some fishing dhows for over a century.

Dubai Museum

The Al-Fahidi Fort, which dates from the 18th century, houses the Dubai Museum. Examine traditional Emirati musical instruments and learn about the Emirates’ growth after the oil boom.

Dubai Mall

You must believe the Dubai Mall is a must-see in a region renowned for its luxury! There’s an entrance to the Burj Khalifa on the inside, as well as an ice rink, a sports center, and a theatre.

Dubai Marina

When completed, the Dubai Marina will be the world’s biggest man-made marina, stretching three kilometers along the Persian Gulf and housing over 12,000 residents and visitors.

Dessert Safari

Uncover Dubai’s desert terrains on an ultimate desert safari, complete with quad bike and camel rides, and a stay at the exclusive Al Khayma Camp. Desert activities such as dune smashing and sandboarding will astound you.

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