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Burj Khalifa
4.6/5
3,416 Reviews
Observation Deck
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.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah
4.6/5
1,408 Reviews
Modern Architecture
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.
Ski Dubai
4.4/5
116 Reviews
Skiing
Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort located in the Mall of the Emirates and is covered with snow and ice all year around, no matter how hot it is in the desert outside. The resort has 22,500 square meters of Ski Dubai with 5 runs varying in difficulty, steepness and height. Professional instructors are there to guide skiers in selecting the right slope for them. Children are also guaranteed a fun time with a number of snow rides and even adorable penguins that the children can interact with in the 3,000-square-meter Snow Park.
Palm Jumeirah
4.6/5
300 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
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.

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Tango   
Half of the sea, half of the desert Dubai Seaplane VS Desert Safari

When it comes to Dubai, people will think of oil, gold, it is one of the richest regions in the world. In just 30 years, it has become a global trade and tourism metropolis from a desert town. Today, Dubai's many iconic tourism products showcase the luxury of this place. The towering skyscrapers, the rugged coastline, and the vast desert scenery make the glittering Dubai a preferred destination.

So what is the most important thing to miss in Dubai?

1Seaplane
Dubai is a city with many charms. Staying in it, you can feel the luxury of Dubai; away from it, overlooking Dubai from the air, you will find the other side of her stunning.
If you like adventure, Dubai's aerial project is definitely not to be missed! Dubai is one of the most beautiful parachute resorts in the world. If you don't want to skydiving, experience the seaplane. Looking down at the height of 4,000 meters, overlooking the panoramic view of Dubai, it is really unbelievable!

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Departing from the most modern neighbourhood in downtown Dubai, you can reach the magnificent scenery of the Arabian Desert in less than 20 minutes by car. This is the original tourist attraction in Dubai. Come to a Dubai-style desert tour and experience the fun of off-road, beach buggy and sand boarding. Going to the desert to sand in Dubai is the best way to experience Arabian-style tourism. Usually arranged before the sunset, take the modified off-road vehicle, away from the bustling city, gallop in the desert. Off-road vehicles have a feeling of riding a roller coaster as the terrain rises and falls. Some people even have a feeling of motion sickness in their bodies.
Posted: May 28, 2019
Jinchen_Not_Genius   
Through the desert sand dunes, there is an oasis of tranquillity - Banyan Tree Al Wadi. It is not only built on the desert, but also all equipped with private pool villas! It is the first desert integrated resort in the UAE with a full pool villa!
Yan Yuzhuang is located in the Awadi Nature Reserve and is the first protected area in Ras Al Khaimah Beach. This protected area spans 100 hectares of desert and is a paradise for local flora and fauna. The reserve also protects three re-introduced native antelope breeds the sand gazelle, the Arabian gazelle and the endangered Arabian antelope, and you may encounter them at any time in the hotel. There are two main types of rooms in the
Evadi Banyan Tree, one is a townhouse, 158 square meters, with a private infinity pool, sunbeds and more.
One is a tent villa, the tent villa is 253 square meters inside, very spacious, two people live a little waste.
Feeling the decor of each Banyan Tree villa is very similar, but the tent-style villa design is absolutely rare!
You can relax in the private large pool while overlooking the desert. The private pool area is also the largest of the hotels I have ever stayed at!
Dining, you can choose to have dinner on the sand dunes or on the tower, so you can fully appreciate the desert. You can also choose the Safran restaurant, which is mainly Southeast Asian, which is very suitable for the taste of the country.
Staying in Dubai's ultra-modern luxury hotel, take a magical vacation through the desert plains and enjoy the nomadic life with the Middle Eastern antelope!
Posted: Dec 5, 2018
jiajiatravel   

The Lost Space at the 6-star Atlantis Hotel in Palm Island, Dubai is the first open-air ocean world in the Middle East with an unprecedented marine ecosystem, mainly from the Arabian Gulf with over 65,000 fish and marine life. It includes the Crescent Moonfish, a variety of sharks, devil fish, piranhas, hundreds of tropical fish and treasured fish. Atlantis, a legendary high-civilization city, Plato's ideal country, suddenly sinking into the deep sea disappeared a long time ago, until now there is still someone to prove or deny its existence. The Lost Space created by Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai, is based on the mysterious remains of Atlantis, recreating the scene of the lost ancient city sinking into the sea. During the construction of the resort, a series of complex passages on the seabed were made public. They were once thought to have been buried in the Arabian Gulf for thousands of years. According to further investigations, it was discovered that this is an ancient street system. Today's theme - the lost city of Atlantis. Staying at the Atlantis Hotel, you can see thousands of marine life from all over the world through the maze of water, through the maze of underground tunnels, and see the underwater relics of Atlantis, as if you are in the mythical world. There is also a special exhibition on the site, where you can see a variety of marine life, such as the precious snail jellyfish, the colorful coral reef ecosystem, and even the piranhas. Exploring the mysterious legends that have been circulating for a long time in the marine world of Atlantis is a dreamy and fascinating journey.

Posted: Dec 6, 2018
hugo_enen   
Posted: Dec 6, 2018