Tours & Tickets
Dubai is currently one of the hottest travel destinations in the Middle East. The structural marvels created in this modern metropolis make it stand out. Skyscrapers like the 828-meter-high Burj Khalifa or the magnificent Palm Jumeirah archipelago have become landmark symbols of Dubai. Dubai City is nestled between the sea and burning desert sands. This unique geography allows visitors who come here the opportunity to experience a broad range of diverse entertainment facilities. You could go to the Jumeirah Beach to play in the water or sunbathe on the white sand, take a hot air balloon up over the desert, or go on a desert jeep safari. If your budget allows, you can (and should) spend the night at one of Dubai's top-class hotels for a unique luxury experience.
About 828 meters tall and with 162 floors, Burj Khalifa is one of Dubai's landmarks. There is an observation deck on the 124th floor that visitors can reach by the elevator in one minute. The entire Dubai can be overlooked through the glass walls of the 124th floor observation deck, including the Palm Jumeirah, Burj Al Arab Hotel, and Dubai's beautiful beaches. Sunset is a good time to make the trip up the tower to look at the views. You can see the day turning into night on the horizon, the sun setting in the west, and the city lights being switched on.
The Burj Al Arab Hotel is one of Dubai's landmarks. It is a luxurious, 7-star hotel in the shape of a billowing sail, located on an artificial island in the Persian Gulf. Its interior decoration is magnificent and uses large quantities of gold. The hotel's suites enjoy beautiful views of the Persian Gulf. The items used in the suites are all expensive luxury brands. Besides its spacious and comfortable guest rooms, the hotel also has eight restaurants. Among these, Al Mahara restaurant is the most famous one, which is in an aquarium. While dining, you can see beautiful underwater views through the glasses next to you.
The Palm Jumeirah Archipelago is almost a must-visit for visitors to Dubai. It has been called the Eighth Wonder of the World. Viewed from the air, the Palm Jumeira is shaped like a palm tree, which was created by a grand feat of land reclamation. On the islands there are many luxurious holiday hotels and villas. You can take the Palm Jumeirah Monorail to get there. After arriving at the Atlantis Hotel at the tip of the archipelago, you can take a stroll and do some sightseeing.
The Dubai Museum is housed in Al Fahidi Fort, a famous historical building south of Dubai Creek. It once served as a military fortress tasked with guarding Dubai and was later converted into a museum to showcase the history of the Bedouin ancestors of the Arab people. The museum houses a unique antique merchant house and an antique market on the ground floor, which recreates in vivid detail scenes from the daily lives of the ancient Arabs.