1. Burj Khalifa
It is one of the most important tourist attractions in the world and is the tallest skyscraper in the world. It is visited by tourists from different cities of the world. The tower consists of 165 floors and contains a viewing platform with the highest restaurant at an altitude of 442 meters from the surface of the sea. It’s also home to the highest mosque and the highest swimming pool in the world. There is also a garden located directly in front of the Burj Khalifa where concerts are held daily and it is characterized by its view of Dubai’s dancing fountain.
2.The Dubai fountain
It is the largest dance fountain in the world located in the center of Dubai city. The fountain operates daily where the water displays react to the music being played. Both English and Arabic tunes are played to accommodate tourists.
3.The Palm Jumeirah
WOW! This one is a piece of art. It is an island that has been created with a palm tree design. The island hosts several attractions including the famous Atlantis resort. You can enjoy an exploratory tour of the island in an open two-storey bus. It’s even more beautiful if you take a 30 min helicopter tour and see the island from the sky.
4. The Dubai Desert
Who says Dubai is only skyscrapers? The Dubai desert is a natural reserve. You can enjoy safari trips with friends, ride a hot air balloon to see the desert from the top and enjoy the night parties held by the Bedouins including their delicious cuisine for dinner. The Dubai desert is also native to the golden eagle, Arabian oryx, and white foxes. Finally, we recommend taking a camel ride to really have an authentic desert experience.
It is the main museum in Dubai. It is home to Dubai's culture, history, and civilization. Dubai’s development and rich history can all be learned about here.
6.Burj Al Arab
It can be argued that before the Burj Khalifa, Burj Al Arab was Dubai's most iconic skyscraper. Burj Al Arab is a luxurious ‘7-star’ hotel which is also one of the highest hotels there’s ever been. It’s also home to one of the highest helicopter pad’s, that was turned into a tennis court where Roger Federer and Andre Agassi once played to promote the Dubai Duty-Free Championships.
7. Dubai Aquarium and underwater zoo
Dubai Aquarium, located in the Dubai mall; is home to more than 33,000 marine creatures including penguins, crocodiles, spider crabs, jellyfish, seahorses, and dolphins. There are also about 400 sharks that you can see through a thick glass wall.
8. Dubai Mall
It is the largest mall in the UAE and the middle east! Not only can you stroll through the thousands of stores available to you but there is also an ice rink in the mall! It’s also home to the 5-start Address hotel. The Dubai mall is right next to Burj Khalifa and the Dubai fountain which makes it convenient for tourists to consume so much beauty in a small period of time.
9. Dubai Creek
Dubai Creek is basically a marine body resembling a river and divides Dubai into two main halves. You can take a cruise to enjoy the sights of Dubai from a boating perspective. You can also stop at several stations to get food, drinks, and take souvenir photos. There are also upscale restaurants and cafés along the creek.