7 Attractions to see in Dubai- Let’s Dive In Desserts, High Rise Buildings And Shopping Malls

7 Attractions to see in Dubai- Let's Dive In Desserts, High Rise Buildings And Shopping Malls
7 Attractions to see in Dubai- Let's Dive In Desserts, High Rise Buildings And Shopping Malls

Dubai is famous for its tall buildings and beautiful malls. It is famous for attractions like Burj Khalifa and Malls that have aquariums and ski slopes. But at the same time, the city is no less on culture and tradition along with the modern additions. We have picked out 7 attractions to see in Dubai for you because you can never choose one so easily.��

7 attractions to see in Dubai

A cruise along Dubai creek or embracing Dubai�s history, a view of the night sky at Burj Khalifa or a relaxing day at kite beach, there is so much to see and do in the golden city. We have selected 7 attractions for your Dubai tour packages and for your convenience as people get lost while choosing where to go after landing in the city. 

  1. Burj Khalifa

Burj Khalifa is undoubtedly the most important place to visit in Dubai. It has a towering height of 2,700 feet and is the second tallest in the world. This monument has two observation decks so that you can view the beauty of the star-filled skies. 

There in its vicinity is a Las Vegas-inspired fountain, nine of the city’s best hotels and restaurants, this 21st-century attraction is a must-visit on our list of 7 attractions to see in Dubai. Burj Khalifa shows exceptional work of art, and that’s the reason it is referred to as “the Jewel of Dubai.” The monument is all about grandeur and splendour. So, that makes it a priority on your bucket list.

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  1. Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo

Dubai aquarium is located on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall. It contains around 3,000 marine life and 10 million litres of water. And a unique underwater zoo where you can watch thousands of marine life living underwater. 

It is a VR zoo that has the third-largest wildlife sanctuary, and you can see it through realistically made virtual tours. 

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  1.  Madinat Jumeirah

Madinat Jumeirah is a five-star resort that was constructed with the idea of remaining distinct from the rest of the hotels. This private resort has many facilities like an amphitheatre, a private beach, fitness clubs, ballrooms, a kids club and a turtle sanctuary. 

Jumeirah Al Qasr, Jumeirah Mina A�salam and Jumeirah Al Naseem are three hotels that are located in Madinat Jumeirah. The visitors staying at Madinat Jumeirah have access to a private beach, a wild wadi water park, a kids club, a turtle sanctuary and much more. There are many spas and fitness centres at this resort. 

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  1. Dubai Museum

The Dubai museum is situated in Al-Fahidi Fort that was built in 1787 to protect the Dubai creek. In the past, the fort served as a ruling party of Dubai, and now it is made into Dubai’s premier museum. 

The entrance of the museum displays maps that show the expansion of the city that took place after the oil boom. The courtyard houses various traditional boats and palm leaf houses, also an Emirati tour. Below the ground floor, some halls show exhibits that flaunt the traditional Emirati lifestyle. This floor also contains artefacts that are around 3,000 to 4,000 years old. 

  1. Dubai Miracle Garden

Want to visit a garden that has an aura of magic around it? Miracle Garden is one such place that fills you with excitement and enthusiasm. Thousand different species of flowers planted enchant your senses. It is the most visited attraction on our list of 7 attractions to see in Dubai.  

This garden has about 109 million flowers. A day trip is not enough to explore this beautiful garden filled with all sorts of aromas and smells. And you may go crazy if you have a weak heart for nature seeing so much beauty around you. This garden is spread across an area of 72,000 square metres. You can visit this garden from mid-November to mid-May. 

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  1. Burj Al Arab

It is among the top 5 luxury hotels in the world, and it is more than a hotel, it is an iconic place to visit in Dubai. Burj Al Arab was made available to the public in 1999, the distinctive sail-shaped design of the hotel makes it stand out. This hotel is situated at a height of 321 metres, which is a lot considering it is taller than the Eiffel tower. 

The hotel has hues of deep gold and saffron, and you can only enter till the lobby, if you mean to explore any further than that then you need to book a room. The atrium of the hotel is separated from the dusty environment by fibreglass that is held together by steel cables, this allows the hotel to be lighted with subtle daylight. 

The terrace of the hotel is so big that it looks like a destination in itself, with 126 beach beds, marvellous butler-serviced Cabanas with private shower areas. Burj Al Arab has 202 suites that range from 170 square metres rooms to 780 square metres royal suites. 

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  1. Kite Beach

This beach is located close to the main street of Jumeirah, and it offers loads of water activities for people who want to put their skills into action. Kite surfing is essential if you plan to visit this beach, you can find other recreational activities equipment on the sand. You can do kite surfing, stand up paddleboarding, and wakeboarding all sports that will excite your wild side. 

If you don’t like the water, but prefer the sand, you can ditch the water sports to play volleyball and football, or simply bask in the view laying on the beach. There are many sports for children like bungee trampoline, volleyball and even climbing parks.

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Dubai is popular for its architecture and high rise buildings making it the fourth most visited city in the world. This wonderful place is home to the world’s tallest buildings like Burj Al Arab, Palm Jumeirah, and Burj Khalifa. There can be so much to see if you decide on visiting the city with your family, friends or partner, this place also makes for a hotspot for couples. 


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