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Traveling Dubai: Important Landmarks to Visit Edit Title
Dubai’s lure for tourists is not just based on shopping, but also on its possession of other old and modern attractions. The world’s tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa, witnessed to that. Other structures include shopping malls that contains the world’s largest aquariums and indoor ski slopes. Tourism in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is an important part of the Dubai government's strategy to maintain the flow of foreign cash into the emirate. New or moving to Dubai? There’s so much to appreciate here so we’ve put together the top destinations everyone would be delighted to see.
The landmark building and the crown jewel of Dubai which stands at 829.8 is the world’s tallest building. If you’re going to Dubai, this should be your first stop. The observation deck on its 124th floor is a must-do while in the city. Why? The views across Dubai’s skyline from this bird’s eye view is simply breathtaking.
Burj Al Arab
This stunning structure is one of Dubai’s most iconic symbols. It is also known as the Tower of the Arabs, and was designed to resemble a billowing sail. The world’s only 7-star hotel stands at 321 meters making it the world’s fourth tallest hotel. Your trip wouldn’t be complete without at least seeing it.
The Dubai Fountains
At the base of the world's tallest tower, you’ll find one of the world's most amazing fountains! And fun fact, it is the world's largest dancing fountain. The fountain shoots water jets equivalent to that of a 50-storey building, or 500 feet in numbers. Other than that, the beam of light shining upward from the fountain can be seen from over 20 miles away. It is also visible from space making it the brightest spot in the Middle East, and possibly in the world.
The largest man-made marina in the world is one of Dubai’s new tourist attractions. Located in the heart of “New Dubai,” the marina is home to luxurious super yachts and also the Dubai Marina Mall. It is purely amazing to visit either during the day or in the night. This is simply because you’ll see the amazing buildings in the background on a grander scale.
These man-made islands have everything you need to enjoy a perfect holiday getaway. Amazing tourist attractions, world-famous hotels and shopping malls are all here and some are starting to open up. You can also enjoy the sunset, relax in the spas, eat or party at fancy restaurants. Whether you just want to relax or find adventure, this place offers plenty of fun, amusement and relaxation sites.
This creek separates the city into two towns with Deira to the north and Bur Dubai to the south. It also plays an important role in Dubai’s growth as it attracts settlers to fish and pearl dive. To travel across the creek, you can either take an abra (small wooden ferry) or take one of the dhows restored as cruise boats for tourists.
The Dubai Aquarium houses 140 species of sea life in the huge suspended tank on the ground floor of the Dubai Mall. You can also enter the Underwater Zoo so you can walk through the aquarium tunnels. They also offer cage snorkeling and shark diving activities making it one of Dubai’s top tourist attractions. Dubai is a multicultural oasis, a futuristic city that stands over the Arabian Desert. This is a city of superlatives, home to the world’s tallest building; world’s largest dancing fountains; and many more! Discover Dubai, with world-class tourism and magnificent tailored destinations. Explore a wide range of selections and start planning your trip now! Go to www.unotours.com/dubai for more details.
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