One of the most Instagrammed spots in the world the Burj Khalifa is a structure that is hard to miss. It's the tallest structure on the planet with an amazing 160 stories and staggering 828 meters high. It opened in January 2010 following six years of development and is likely Dubai's most iconic milestone and holds a lot of world records. While touring the floor of the monuments you can go up to the 148th floor and admire the different perspectives of the city or visit on the 148th floor at the world's most elevated café, At.mosphere. It additionally has the world's most noteworthy parlor on the 152nd floor.
The Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is one of the most famous structures in the Middle East, if not the world. The sail-shaped structure is exceptional not just in its structure but its location alongside the beach and the lodging is synonymous with extravagance. Head to Skyview Bar for creatively blended beverages with a view, or visit Scape Restaurant and Lounge for a dazzling outside porch. In the meantime, Gold on 27 should be on any travellers bucket list place for a swanky blended refreshment.
A relative newcomer to Dubai's Creekside feasting and shopping scene, Al Seef sits on the Bur Dubai side of Dubai Creek. Al Seef is a zone of Dubai saturated with history, with an enormous measure of Emirati culture. This most recent fascination houses the perfect blend of contemporary elements of Dubai lifestyle along with a nostalgic touch. From here you can feast at one of the eateries, for example, Skafos, or bounce on Bateaux Dubai for a superb supper on the water. There are a lot of activities by the waterfront from touring to shopping.
The water park's prime fascination, Jumeirah Sceirah tower has two 32 meter-high couple slides which will see you fall at a speed of 80km/h. Altogether there are 30 rides and attractions for the entire family to appreciate, regardless of whether you're an enthusiast of the hair-raising adventures, or lean toward something somewhat more relaxing, similar to the 360-meter long lethargic stream. A place both for adults and children, there are rides for both parties to enjoy equally.
The best way to enjoy the various architectural marvels of Dubai is from a bird’s eye view. XLine zipline offers the daredevil among travellers the opportunity to zoom over Dubai Marina at velocities of up to 80 kilometres every hour at an incline of 16 degrees, recklessly in obvious Superman-style. It's perhaps the most ideal approach to see the city, while getting your adrenaline fix, as well.
The Dubai Fountain is more than 900 feet long and shoots water into the air to the tune of different tracks, from old style music to contemporary Arabic tracks and renowned pop melodies. It's a marvellous show and one that is constantly mainstream with city tenants and travellers, also making for a popular Instagram spot. Head to ZETA or NEOS for some dazzling new views and keep your cameras ready.
Dubai might be celebrated for the charm and glitz of its out worldly towers and architecture. However, the genuine heart of the city is, and will continue to be, the Creek. The saltwater estuary is the first site where the Bani Yas clan settled, and its waters were fundamental for what used to be Dubai's primary types of economy: fishing and diving for pearls. Today, the region is inundated with the historical backdrop of the emirate, as it's home to the Dubai Museum and the snaking alleys of gold, spices and textiles. While at the Creek, a ride over the water costs just about AED1 per ticket, making it effectively the best vacation spot in the city.
Right by the Persian Gulf, Dubai is landlocked on 3 sides, with the Arabian desert making up a large portion of this emirate. With so much sand all around, Dubai makes for a perfect spot for dune bashing experience. The fast cars and the rush of going down the dunes has helped take this experience to new levels of popularity combined with dining and other experiences in the desert itself.
One of the most iconic structures in Dubai the Dubai frame might seem to many as an architectural marvel and to some as the perfect spot to get creative with their photography. Located in Dubai’s Zabeel Park, the frame divides old Dubai and New Dubai and thus gives a very different view from both sides.