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Dubai – The City of Contrasts

Dubаi hаѕ еmеrgеd аѕ a popular holiday destination rесеntlу. Pеорlе frоm асrоѕѕ thе wоrld come hеrе nоt juѕt to witness thе wоrld'ѕ tаllеѕt tower оr thе firѕt ѕеvеn-ѕtаr hotel оr the indооr ski ѕlоре, in fасt people соmе hеrе to аррrесiаtе thе viѕiоn of thоѕе Emirаtiѕ whо build a modern сitу so uniԛuе аnd еxtrаоrdinаrу оut оf the dеѕеrt. If you wаnt to believe Dubаi, уоu may hаvе tо ѕее it yourself. Alongside conventional ԛuаrtеrѕ, ѕtаtе-оf-thе-аrt аrсhitесturеѕ also ѕtаnd.

A Short Infо Abоut Dubai

Dubai iѕ rесоgniѕеd аѕ the соmmеrсiаl аnd tоuriѕm сарitаl of thе UAE аnd iѕ globally regarded as one of the most sophisticated, futuristic аnd соѕmороlitаn сitiеѕ in the world, in fасt Dubаi is something оf a phenomenon! It iѕ an Arab Muslim ѕосiеtу with the fastest growing fоrеign рорulаtiоn in thе world, and it hаѕ ѕuссеѕѕfullу developed harmony through еthniс divеrѕitу. It iѕ a city with unrivalled lеvеlѕ оf есоnоmiс energy аnd architectural ambition, a uniԛuе сitу оf соntrаѕtѕ whеrе thе mоѕt mоdеrn and аrсhitесturаllу stunning skyscrapers ѕtаnd аlоngѕidе trаditiоnаl bеаutiful Arаbiс structures.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Dubаi:

  • Dеѕеrt Sаfаri

    Exрlоring the Dubai dеѕеrt with a dеѕеrt ѕаfаri is the bеѕt wау оut tо еnjоу a hоlidау in thе desert сitу. Trаvеling in a vehicle tо thе gоldеn ѕаndу dunеѕ and enjoying a bаrbесuе dinnеr with trаditiоnаl belly dancers еntеrtаining уоu iѕ аn experience hаrd to find аnуwhеrе else. Thеrе аrе mаnу Dubai tоur расkаgеѕ аvаilаblе in the mаrkеt with еxсluѕivе Dеѕеrt Sаfаri.

  • Exрlоrе thе Dubаi Gоld Market

    This is thе оnlу place in thе wоrld where you соuld see gоld jеwеlrу ѕhорѕ withоut a ѕinglе ѕесuritу guаrd. The gоld itеmѕ аvаilаblе here аrе in various ѕhаdеѕ оf gоld - yellow, whitе, рink, аnd еvеn рurрlе gold. Thе dеѕignѕ аvаilаblе hеrе саn bе trаditiоnаl, mоdеrn, conservative, оld, dеliсаtе оr robust.

  • Burj Al Arаb

    This iѕ a trulу luxurу аnd firѕt 7 ѕtаr hotel in thе world. Built on аn аrtifiсiаl iѕlаnd, the hotel is knоwn wоrldwidе for itѕ ѕuреrb intеriоr dесоr, inсluding a Skу viеw bar with ѕimрlу amazing views аnd underwater rеѕtаurаnt. With a tiсkеt you can gо аnd see thе hotel from inѕidе.

  • The Dubаi Mall

    Thе Dubаi Mаll iѕ the nеxt big thing nеxt to Burj Khаlifа. Evеn if уоu spend a whоlе dау in thе mаll, you won't bе аblе to ѕее it аll. Thiѕ ѕhоррing mall hаѕ оvеr 150 rеѕtаurаntѕ and оvеr 1,000 ѕhорѕ. As a mаttеr оf fact, thiѕ vеnuе hаѕ аn ice rink, an indооr thеmе раrk, a big indооr wаtеrfаll, and thе Dubai Aquarium аnd Undеrwаtеr Zoo, juѕt tо name a fеw.

  • Ski Rеѕоrt

    Dubаi hаѕ thе wоrld'ѕ largest artificial Ski resort. It is wоrth viѕiting this rеѕоrt even if уоu are frоm thе North Pole. Thiѕ iѕ thе bеѕt place in Dubаi tо еѕсаре thе hеаt оutѕidе аnd еnjоу skiing, tоbоggаning, ѕnоwbоаrding or juѕt рlауing in thе ѕnоw оn a ѕnоw-соvеrеd slope.

  • Wild Wadi Water Pаrk

    Cоmе hеrе tо еnjоу exclusive wаtеr rides. Thiѕ thеmе раrk hаving the latest technologies iѕ ԛuitе рорulаr amongst kids. Even hоlidау расkаgеѕ fоr Dubаi аrе аvаilаblе with соmрlimеntаrу viѕit to Wild Wаdi Wаtеr Pаrk.

  • Thе Dubаi Fоuntаin

    Located at thе bottom оf thе Burj Khalifa, the Dubаi Fоuntаin fеаturеѕ thе biggest choreographed fоuntаin system of thе wоrld. This fоuntаin ѕhоwѕ wаtеr ѕtrеаmѕ оf 150 mеtеrѕ high. Each illuminаtеd jеt inсrеаѕеѕ the bеаutу оf thе fountain.

  • Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Dubai

    Hotels are рrоbаblу the first thing that соmеѕ tо mind when соnѕidеring a triр to Dubаi, thеir imрrеѕѕivе luxurу and оn-dеmаnd services mаkе thеm a popular сhоiсе with trаvеllеrѕ but hоtеlѕ саn аlѕо bе еxреnѕivе and restrictive in tеrmѕ оf ѕрасе and рrivасу, ѕо thеrе iѕ another option tо consider when bооking Dubаi ассоmmоdаtiоn - furniѕhеd apartments tо rеnt. Aраrtmеntѕ оffеr viѕitоrѕ a mоrе flеxiblе орtiоn, with prices wоrkеd out оn thе duration of уоur stay rаthеr thаn the dаilу rаtе аррliеd by hоtеlѕ. With уоur own frоnt dооr you can соmе аnd gо as уоu рlеаѕе аnd уоu'll nеvеr bе fаr frоm thе mаjоr attractions such as the bеасh, the ѕhорѕ and the nightlifе.


    Dubаi witnesses extreme weather conditions. Few mоnthѕ оf thе уеаr are extremely hоt аnd in саѕе уоu аrе nоt ассuѕtоmеd tо hot ѕummеr days avoid traveling tо Dubаi during thе summer. Thе best timе tо viѕit Dubai iѕ frоm November tо Mаrсh. During this timе уоu саn еаѕilу find vасаtiоn расkаgеѕ fоr Dubаi.


    Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo

    Ground & Level 2, The Dubai Mall, Dubai, UAE
    Visit the largest aquarium in the world and watch the feeding of various marine animals - from rays to crocodiles to sharks. Then take a walk through a tunnel or explore unique exhibits. This aquarium offers endless opportunities for encounters with marine life and ensures a fantastic day. If you like adventure, you can even dive with the sharks. And if you think that not all animals in the aquarium are sufficient, you can escape into VRZOO in the virtual reality. Put on the VR headset and you are in the middle of African wilderness or swimming with the sharks. Only virtual, of course.
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    Jumeirah Mosque

    Jumeirah Beach Road,Jumeria 1, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    An overwhelming offer of Islamic architecture and a perfect opportunity to take pictures. The mosque is built entirely of white stone and the large dome in the middle can accommodate more than 1200 worshipers. The interior of the mosque can only be visited with a tour. The tours take place every day except Fridays and take you not only through the mosque itself, but also through the culture and religion of the Emirates. Please note that a modest dress is preferred and women are asked to wear a scarf. Something with long sleeves will also be useful because all rooms are air-conditioned and you can feel cold inside and out because of the temperature difference. You can rent traditional clothes on site.
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    Dubai Museum

    Al Fahidi (19th) Street
    Visit Al Fahidi Fort, the oldest building in Dubai, and see Dubai turn from a tiny city to the wonder it is today. The fort was formerly used to protect the city and the dwelling of the emperor. The premises were converted into a museum in 1969. The museum offers both educational and fascinating exhibits, from archaeological finds to model houses and families. There is a section where you can learn about the Bedouin's traditional life and their vast knowledge of the desert and the stars. There is also a video room where you can see the rapid development of Dubai after the oil was discovered here. The museum is easily accessible by metro - the nearest train station is Al Fahidi.
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    Heritage Village

    The venue is currently closed for refurbishment and remains closed to the public until further notice. Discover what Dubai looked like before trade began and the city's rapid expansion began. The traditional way of life is still alive here and invites you to explore the ancient customs of the Emirates and the features of Dubai. You can see the traditional simple apartments and also the handicraft such as pipe making or jewelery making. If you visit between October and March, here is a traditional medical clinic open and here also many live performances of folklore songs and dances. The nearest metro station is Ghubaiba Subway Station, which is within walking distance of Heritage Village.
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    Lost Chambers Atlantis

    A breath-taking aquarium adorned with sea ruins. Walking under the water-filled arches is a wonderful experience for the whole family.
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    Dubai Dolphinarium

    Creek Park Gate 1, Umm Hurair 2, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Dubai Dolphinarium is the first fully air-conditioned indoor dolphinarium in the Middle East, providing habitat to dolphins and seals, allowing the public to watch and interact with them through live shows and photo sessions. It is located in the creek side park at Bur Dubai near the Children's City. Dubai Dolphinarium was opened on May 21, 2008 by Dubai Municipality, and is sponsored and supported by Dubai government to provide the general public with entertainment and also educate them regarding dolphins, seals and other marine organisms. It was also reflected that interacting with such friendly mammals like dolphins will motivate young generation to protect marine life and the environment.
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    Sheikh Saeed al-Maktoum's House

    Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum House is a historic building and former residential quarters of Saeed bin Maktoum Al Maktoum, former ruler of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. The building is located along the Dubai Creek in the locality of Al Shindagha. It was established around 1894 as the seat of the Al Maktoum family. The building is now a museum that contains artefacts and images of the old town of Dubai.
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    Dubai Frame

    The Dubai Frame is an architectural landmark in Zabeel Park, Dubai. It has been described The Guardian newspaper as "the biggest picture frame on the planet", however is also controversial as the "biggest stolen building of all time". The project was conceived by Fernando Donis , and selected as the winner of a design competition by the Government of Dubai. It is alleged that the designer had his intellectual property stolen and was denied credit for the design. It holds the record for the largest frame in the world.
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    Children's City

    Creek Park Gate 1, Dubai, UAE
    Perfect for families - this centre lets everyone explore the wonders of science through fun hands-on activities.
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    Ski Dubai

    Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 22,500 square feet of indoor ski area. It is part of the Mall of the Emirates, one of the largest shopping malls in the world in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was developed by the Majid Al Futtaim Group, which also operates the Mall of the Emirates. Opened in November 2005, the indoor resort features an 85-meter indoor mountain with 5 different steep and varied slopes, including the world's first indoor black diamond run and various features that are regularly changed.
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    Marina Beach

    Nice free beach with many facilities. The water will probably not cool you down a lot! In addition to swimming and sunbathing, you can also see the second palm-shaped complex of artificial islands, The Palm Jebel Ali. Some find it very interesting, but someone might be annoyed with such a view.
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    Sunset Beach

    Take a walk along this beautiful sandy beach on the Arabian Gulf and take a picture of the iconic Burj Al Arab building. The beach itself is a nice place for swimming, surfing or just relaxing. Do not forget to bring a hat and lots of water as there are no shops or facilities on this beach.
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    Zabeel Park

    Sheikh Rashid Road, Bur Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Zabeel Park is an urban public park located in the Zabeel district of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is bounded by Sheikh Rashid Road to the north, the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Road to the northwest, while the Sheikh Zayed Road cuts through the south. The park is divided into numerous sectors connected by pedestrian bridges, and there are multiple entrance gates.Situated between Al Karama and the Dubai World Trade Centre, Zabeel Park covers much of the Al Kifaf area. It is accessible from the Red Line of Dubai Metro via the nearby Al Jaffliya Station. It is maintained by the Public Parks and Horticulture Department of Dubai Municipality.
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    Skydive Dubai

    Board the plane and experience Dubai from an unusual angle. An experience you won't forget for a lifetime. There are two locations where you can try this challenge - one is the Palm drop zone and another is the Skydive Dubai Desert Campus. Apart from amazing adventure, you can also get a video of the whole experience so you can share it with your friends and family.
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    Kite Beach

    Not facilitated but peaceful, although often filled with people who like to practise their kitesurfing.
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    Safa Park

    Dubai, AE
    Safa Park is one of the most popular parks in Dubai. Its premises include vast and amazingly green lawns and three lovely lakes. The large lake boasts with beautiful fountains which you can explore from the boats that can be rented here. Sport lovers can try their stamina on jogging tracks, football fields or basketball and volleyball courts.
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    Al Mamzar Park

    Al Mamzar Beach Street
    This well-facilitated beach and park is ideal if you want to spend the day out enjoying the sea. Doesn't get too crowded.
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    Jebel Ali Beach

    A large beach that is popular with tourists. With these white sands and the warm sea, it's no wonder.
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    Palm Jumeirah

    Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    This huge palm-shaped complex, along with other Palm Islands in Dubai, is the largest man-made island in the world and is one of Dubai's most famous landmarks. Palm Jumeirah is the center of the city for shopping and dining. It also offers a range of luxurious hotels and residences. In addition, Al Ittihad Park has a huge green area of ​​more than 60 tree species. Those who enjoy jogging can use the 3.2 km jogging track. If you travel with children, you can spend a nice afternoon at one of the island's beaches or in the Aquaventure Waterpark. If you want to visit the islands, jump onto the Palm Monorail, which runs along the trunk of the palm, starting at Gateway Station and ending at the top of the palm tree next to the Atlantis Hotel. If you want to see the complex from a bird's eye view, you can either be lucky and discover it from the plane or buy a helicopter tour. Another option is the observatory of the Dubai Marriott Harbor Hotel.
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    Mall of the Emirates

    Al Barsha 1, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Just overwhelming. One of the largest shopping malls in Dubai was opened in 2005. It has features of contemporary architecture as well as many traditional Arabic elements. The most impressive part is the elegant glass dome at the top of the building. The mall contains more than 600 stores, including many luxury stores. In addition, there are many entertainment options such as the VOX Cinema, the Dubai Community Theater and the Arts Center. If you are traveling with children, maybe make a nice family outing to another attraction of the mall - the Magic Planet. It is a large entertainment center with many attractions for children and adults. The temperatures in Dubai are quite high throughout the year. So if you want to cool down a little, you can try the indoor ski area with an artificial 85 meter high mountain with 5 runs. If you are hungry while shopping or skiing, there is a wide selection of restaurants, cafes and fast food available.
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    Dubai Marina Mall

    Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, UAE
    Located in the heart of Dubai's vibrant marina, this modern shopping center is not only a paradise for shopping, but also offers stunning views of the waterfront. In addition to more than 100 shops, the shopping center also has seven first-class restaurants and several other dining options. There is also a game zone.
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    Jumeirah Beach Residence - The Walk

    Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai, UAE
    The walk at Jumeirah Beach Residence is a 1.7-kilometer strip on the ground and plaza level of the Jumeirah Beach Residence complex in Dubai. It was developed by the Dubai Properties Group and completed in 2007 and officially opened in August 2008. The Walk is one of Dubai's outdoor and tourist attractions, with activities such as street painting, art recycling, comedy shows, sand sculptures, photo displays, and fashion accessories and crafts stands. It is located next to the hotel. It is adjacent to the Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort and the Hilton Dubai The Walk, which opened its doors in October 2000 and introduced Dubai's 'Golden Mile' in Jumeirah to the unique service and distinctive hospitality of the Hilton Worldwide Resorts brand.
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    Souk al Bahar

    Exit 32, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    In the very heart of Dubai, this is a popular shopping and entertainment venue. And its architecture is simply stunning.
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    Dubai World Trade Center

    Sheikh Zayed Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    The Dubai World Trade Centre, is a skyscraper in Dubai, UAE which was erected in 1979. It is a purpose-built complex for events and exhibitions. The building is featured on the 100 dirham bank note. With over 1.3 million square feet of covered exhibition and event space, comprising 21 halls and over 40 meeting rooms across 3 floors, Dubai World Trade Centre hosts over 500 events annually. In 2015, the venue held 396 trade events and welcomed over 2.74 million visitors.
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    Arabian Tea House

    Al Fahidi Street Bur Dubai, Dubai U.A.E
    A pleasant outdoor café. Try out their Arabic breakfast or the pancakes. A great choice at any time of day. And if you are not hungry, you can always stop by only to taste one of the 100 types of tea from all around the world. Black, green or white - they have everything!
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    InterContinental Dubai Festival City

    Dubai 8845, United Arab Emirates
    Dubai Festival City is a large residential, business and entertainment development in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, owned by Al-Futtaim Group. Touted as a "city-within-a-city", Dubai Festival City is the Middle East's largest mixed-use development: all elements for work, living, and leisure will be contained within the project. Once completed Festival City will comprise a series of residential communities, numerous hotels, malls, a golf course and other entertainment sites, and a full suite of public services, including schools.
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    Al Souk Al Kabir

    Al Souk Al Kabir, also referred to as Souk Al Kabir or Meena Bazaar, is a community in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Al Souk Al Kabir is located in the area of Bur Dubai and is one of the oldest residential areas in the city with a predominantly South Asian population, restaurants and shops. The locality, referred to as Meena Bazaar by the local Pakistani and Indian community, also encompasses the historic Al Bastakiya district of Dubai. Al Souk Al Kabir, literally meaning The Big Market, saw an influx of traders from India in the early 20th century who eventually settled in the area.
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    Going Out

    Dubai Opera

    Dubai Opera is a 2,000-seat, multi-format, performing arts centre, which is located within The Opera District in Downtown Dubai. It was developed by Emaar Properties to host a variety of performances and events including theatre, opera, ballet, concerts, conferences and exhibitions. Its plans were announced by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum in March 2012 and it was completed in 2016. It opened on 31 August 2016 with a performance by Plácido Domingo.
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    Khalid Bin Al Waleed Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    BurJuman is one of the oldest shopping malls in Dubai, in the residential area of Bur Dubai, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It is developed and owned by Al Ghurair Group. The distinctive landmark comprises over 2.8 million square feet of mixed-use space including the shopping mall, business tower, hotel suites and duplex residences. The mall comprises over 800,000 sq ft. In November 2003, BurJuman won 2 MAXI Merit awards from The International Council of Shopping Centers. In March 2006, BurJuman was awarded the "Mall of the Year" award at the prestigious 1st Retail Middle East Awards.
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    Mirdif City Center

    Emirates Rd, 119998 Dubai, UAE
    City Centre Mirdif is a shopping mall in the residential area of Mirdif, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It opened on March 26, 2010, and is developed and managed by Majid Al Futtaim Properties. City Centre Mirdif has a gross leasable area of 196,000 m2 and houses 465 retail stores.
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    Cavalli Club

    Sheikh Zayed Road
    Two luxurious places in one - a club and a restaurant. Both provide an authentic Dubai experience of luxury and exclusiveness.
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    Burj Khalifa

    1 شارع الشيخ محمد بن راشد, Dubai
    This 829.8 m high skyscraper over Dubai is the tallest building in the world. You can use the world's fastest double-decker elevator to get to the top of the building and dine in the world's highest restaurant, read something of interest in the highest library in the world, or simply enjoy the magnificent views from the observation deck. From time to time, the Burj Khalifa also offers an amazing LED light show that drops your jaw. You can see a different kind of light show as you watch the highest point of the tower during a storm. Lightning is attracted from high places and so it is no wonder that the Burj Khalifa is often hit during the storm. In addition to many tourist attractions, the building also houses apartments, corporate suites and hotels. To get to the entrance, take a taxi or walk from Burj Khalifa Subway Station, which takes about 10 minutes. It is recommended to book the tickets in advance to get the lowest rate. Note that you must leave all larger luggage and luggage in the baggage area.
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    Jumeirah Beach

    Perhaps the most popular beach in Dubai, open to the public. Here you can enjoy the warm sea directly at the most luxurious hotels. The beach is well developed, here you will find numerous cafes, barbecue areas and playgrounds for children. It is usually uncrowded and provides an ideal spot for sunbathing. It is possible to rent a sunbed or a parasol and there are public toilets on site. The famous Burj Al Arab Hotel is just a stone's throw from the beach, so you can admire its futuristic design and intriguing shape. Do not forget to bring your camera, the view is really great.
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    Dubai Miracle Garden

    Al Barsha South 3, Barsha, 181157 Dubai, UAE
    The Dubai Miracle Garden is a flower garden in the district of Dubailand, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The garden was opened in 2013 for Valentine's Day. The garden is over 72,000 square meters, making it the largest natural flower garden in the world with over 109 million planted flowers. In April 2015, the garden was awarded the Moselle Prize for New Garden Experiences of the German Garden Year with the Garden Tourism Award 2015.
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    Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary

    Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary,, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is a wetland reserve renowned for attracting migratory birds in large numbers. The wetlands have large numbers of birds, crustaceans, small mammals and fish.Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary represents an enclave of relative wilderness amidst swirling traffic and sprawling urban infrastructure. Located just as the name in Arabic suggests - at the Cape of the Creek, it is among the few urban protected areas of the world. The Dubai Municipality has taken great efforts to protect and preserve the biodiversity of this delicate ecosystem. The wetland has been fenced off from the public and three birding hides have been built. The bird hides are a first step towards development of more elaborate visitor education facilities in the protected area. WWF UAE Project Office collaborated with Dubai Municipality's Environment Department, in setting up the facilities that were sponsored by the National Bank of Dubai.
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    kite beach

    One of Dubai's popular stretches of sand. Offers fabulous views of the skyline and of course, the sea to enjoy.
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    Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve

    The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, DDCR, is a 225-square-kilometre natural reserve in the emirate of Dubai in the United Arab Emirates. It was established by Emiri decree on 9 January 2002 and comprises some 5% of the Emirate of Dubai's total landmass.It is home to the Al Maha Desert Resort and Spa.
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    Raffles Botanical Garden

    The awe-inspiring pyramid-like hotel hides a marvellous botanical garden with four areas themed after the elements.
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    A world-class park with many exciting rides. A great way to spend the day. Highlight: The leap of faith - a killer attraction!
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    Wild Wadi Waterpark

    Jumeirah Road, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Wild Wadi Water Park is an outdoor water park in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The water park is located in the area of ​​Jumeirah, next to the Burj Al Arab and the Jumeirah Beach Hotel. The water park is operated by Jumeirah International, a Dubai hotelier. Wild Wadi has a heated / cooled wave pool, several waterslides and two artificial surf machines. In addition, the park had the largest water slide outside of North America, but has since been removed to make room for two more trips. Another feature of the park is an 18m high waterfall that runs every ten minutes. The water park also has two souvenir shops, three restaurants and two food stalls.
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    Dubai Mall, 2nd Floor, Down Town Dubai - دبي - United Arab Emirates
    KidZania is a privately held Mexican chain of indoor family entertainment centers currently operating in 24 locations worldwide, allowing children to role play adult jobs and earn currency. KidZania has received more than 31 million visitors since its opening, making it one of the fastest growing global edutainment brands in the world.
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    IMG Worlds of Adventure

    IMG Worlds of Adventure is an indoor amusement park in the United Arab Emirates in Dubai. It is Dubai’s first mega themed entertainment destination. The park is divided into five "epic zones". Two of the five zones represent global brands Cartoon Network and Marvel, while IMG Boulevard and the Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure zones are original concepts created by the IMG Group.
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    The Dubai Mall

    شارع الدوحة, Dubai
    The largest shopping mall in the world. A must if you come to Dubai for shopping or entertainment. In addition to more than 1200 shops, this mall also houses an ice rink, aquarium, underwater zoo and KidZania. Also, if you or your children have a sweet tooth, be sure to visit The Candylicious - the largest candy store in the world. The mall houses many interesting tricks, such as the famous human waterfalls. This artificial waterfall with sculptures of divers is a popular meeting place for anyone visiting the mall. The easiest way to the Dubai Mall is by subway to the Burj Khalifa / Dubai Mall Station and then the Metro Link Bridge to the mall.
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    Deira Gold Souk

    54 Al Khor St, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    A dazzling miracle. The market specializes in gold and is also worth a visit for sightseeing and its unique atmosphere. In addition to gold, you will also find many pieces of jewelry made of silver and other materials. Diamonds and other gemstones can also be purchased here. It is recommended to buy the gold in the shops, the sellers in the receivables can sell you fake gold. In addition, the shops usually have air conditioning, so you can just drop in for a bit cooler air. The market is open seven days a week and easy to reach by subway - the nearest stops are Al Ras and Palm Deira.
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    Dubai Spice Souk

    Deira, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    One of Dubai's many Arabian-style markets, though smaller than most. The rainbow-colored spices provide here for gourmets for a great sight. Spices available on the market include pepper, cumin or cinnamon. You can also find some stalls selling souvenirs here. You probably will not see many prizes written down here as haggling is the norm. You will be notified of the starting price and then the game begins. One of the strategies involves long decision-making, where sellers lower prices to encourage you to buy the goods. It might be difficult at first, but eventually you'll find out which approach works and which does not. The souk is easily accessible by metro - the nearest train station is Al Ras.
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    Souk Madinat Jumeirah

    Madinat Jumeirah The Arabian Resort, Al Sufouh Rd, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    This atmospheric market specializes in all kinds of souvenirs. Unlike other souks, it was recently built to attract tourists. It is a great place for anyone who wants to bring gifts home. There is something for everyone: perfumes, pashmina shawls, camel milk chocolates, shishas and much more. The market also offers plenty of dining options - you can choose between traditional Arabic, Asian, Indian or even French cuisine. If you are looking for something romantic, you can take an Abra boat tour along the water channels, which will show you the district from a different perspective. And if the night is still young, there is a nice little theater where you can see some musical performances.
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    Textile Souk

    The Dubai Textile Souk is a traditional souq of textile products in Dubai's historic Bur Dubai district. Opposite the textile souk on the other side of Dubai Creek are the Dubai Spice Souk and the Dubai Gold Souk in Deira, reachable by special boats.
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    Dubai Outlet Mall

    Dubai Al-Ain Road (Route 66), Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    Dubai Outlet Mall is a shopping mall in Dubailand, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was developed by Al Ahli Holding Group and opened in August 2007. It is located on Dubai-Al Ain Road near the Dubai Bypass Road Junction. The mall has a total size of 102,193 m², a total gross lettable area of ​​69,977 m² and currently has 240 retail outlets with over 1,200 brands. In January 2017, Forbes named Dubai Outlet Mall one of the top five shopping malls in Dubai.
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    Hotel Madinat Jumeirah Mina A'Salam

    Dubai, AE
    A luxurious resort built on more than 40 acres of land with 3 hotels and many restaurants and bars. The design of the entire complex is inspired by ancient Arabic architecture. The intricate waterways provide an excellent connection to various parts of the resort. Visitors can move on traditional old wooden dows, the so-called Abra.
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    Deira Fish Market

    Al Mina Road
    Come here to enjoy the freshest seafood - some of which are prepared on-site. However, you do not have to buy the fish. It's also a wonderful experience to watch the handy traders and bartering customers. If you're wondering if the fish is fresh, the best indicators are the color, which should always be pink (but there are some exceptions) and the smell.
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    Deira City Centre

    City Centre Deira is located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is the original flagship mall in the Majid Al Futtaim Properties portfolio. City Centre Deira opened on August 27, 1995. It is located in the older part of the city on cross road between Sharjah, Bur Dubai and the Airport. It is one of Majid Al Futtaim's Group mall chains and is similar in size and layout to the Mall of the Emirates in Dubai . It is a known shopping, entertainment and leisure complex with 2 levels. It has over 1.2 million sq. ft. of retail selling space, with 370 shops and 3,600 car-parking spaces. The mall's anchor stores include Carrefour, Debenhams, Iconic, Sharaf DG, Virgin Megastore and Paris Gallery.City Centre Deira is owned by the Majid Al Futtaim group, and is one of twelve City Centre malls — the others are located in Ajman, Alexandria, Cairo, Muscat, Fujairah, Qurum, Bahrain, Beirut and Sharjah.
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    Dubai Fountain

    Downtown Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    When these fountains go out, it is a sight like no other. Do not miss this glittering gem right on the Burj Khalifa, visible from anywhere along the lake promenade. This largest choreographed fountain in the world has a repertoire of more than 20 different performances, all accompanied by music, all spectacular. In addition to Arabic songs, the playlist also includes many well-known hits like "Thriller" by Michael Jackson, "I'll love you forever" by Whitney Houston or "Skyfall" by Adele. If you want a good seat to watch the show, you should come at least 15 minutes before the show starts.
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    Grand Mosque

    Ali Bin Abi Taleb Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
    The recently rebuilt mosque houses the largest minaret in Dubai, resembling a lighthouse. It was originally built as an Islamic school, but it was later converted into a mosque. It is located near the creek and can accommodate more than 1200 worshipers. Non-Muslims may only enter the minaret, from which photos of the beautiful aerial photographs can be taken. Even if you do not go in, the mosque is definitely worth a visit for its architecture. The nearest metro station from which you can walk to the mosque is Al Fahidi Station (green line). It takes about 10 minutes to get to the big mosque.
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    Dubai Marina

    Dubai Marina is a district in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Dubai Marina is an artificial canal city built along a two-mile long coastline on the Persian Gulf. When the entire development is complete, it will house more than 120,000 people in residential towers and villas. It is located on Interchange 5 between Jebel Ali Port and the area hosting Dubai Internet City, Dubai Media City and the American University in Dubai. The first phase of this project has been completed. Dubai Marina was inspired by the Concord Pacific Place development along False Creek in Vancouver, BC, Canada. There were many cases of marine animals in the marina because of its proximity to the open sea.
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    Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood

    Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood is a historic district in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The construction of the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood dates back to the 1890s. In its best location, the place was able to carry 60 housing units, most of which were separated by narrow, winding lanes. In the 1980s, half of the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood Village was destroyed to make room for a new office complex. The remaining houses were mostly used as warehouses or accommodation for foreign workers. In 1989, the Dubai City Council ordered that the remaining parts of the Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood should be demolished.
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    Abra Dock

    A picturesque way to travel in Dubai. Climb aboard one of the small boats and enjoy the drive around Dubai Creek. It is 5 minutes' walk from the dock to Al Ghubaiba Subway Station.
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    Hindi Lane

    The alley and its adjacent temple feel like you've stepped into India. It is situated right behind the Grand Mosque. Explore the market stalls with all the colourful saris and delicious fruit, and the hidden temple which is considered as a gathering centre for the numerous members of Hindu community.
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    Emirates Towers

    Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai 9292, United Arab Emirates
    The Emirates Towers is a building complex in Dubai that contains the Emirates Office Tower and Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel. The two towers, which rise to 355 m and 309 m, respectively, stand as the 42nd and 100th tallest buildings in the world. The two towers are connected by a 9,000 m² two-storey retail complex known as "The Boulevard". The Emirates Towers complex is located on the Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is a symbol of the city of Dubai. The Emirates Towers was constructed by the construction wing of Al Ghurair Investment group.A curiosity of the design is that the towers have a similar number of floors; the taller office tower actually contains 54 floors, while the hotel tower contains 56 floors. This is because the individual floor heights of the office tower are greater than that of the hotel.
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    Al Ahmadiya School

    Al Ras area - Deira, Dubai
    Al Ahmadiya School is a semi-formal private school in Dubai, and is today owned and managed by Dubai Culture and Arts Authority. Founded in the year 1912 by Sheikh Ahmed bin Dalmouk, of the pearl trade in the Persian Gulf. Following his demise, his son Sheikh Mohammed bin Ahmed bin Dalmouk completed the construction of the school and named it Al Ahmadiya School in honor of his father. The Dubai government had worked on the restoration of Al Ahmadiya School in mid-1994 and converted it into a museum which was inaugurated by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum on March 20, 2000, representing the genesis of semi-formal education in Dubai. Recently celebrated its Centenary. Working Hours at Al Ahmadiya School are Saturday to Thursday: 08:00 – 19:30, Friday: 14:30 – 19:30 Source:
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    Ali bin Abi Talib Mosque

    The Iranian Mosque is a Shia mosque located near the old Textile Souk in the Bur Dubai district of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
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    Dubai International Airport

    Department of Civil Aviation Dubai International Airport PO Box 2525 Dubai UAE
    The busiest airport in the world in international passenger traffic and the gateway to Dubai. Dubai Airport has 3 passenger terminals, with Terminal 1 and Terminal 3 side by side. Terminal 2 is connected to the bus shuttle service. The airport is easily reached by metro - Red Line has stations at Terminals 1 and 3.
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    Al Maktoum International Airport

    Dubai World Central Headquarters P.O.Box 282228 Dubai UAE
    Al Maktoum International Airport is an international airport in Jebel Ali, 37 kilometres southwest of Dubai, United Arab Emirates that opened on 27 June 2010. It is the main part of Dubai World Central, a planned residential, commercial and logistics complex. The airport will contain transport modes, logistics and value-added services, including manufacturing and assembly, in a single free economic zone. It will cover an area of 14,000 hectares. The airport has a projected annual capacity of 12 million tonnes of freight and between 160 million and 260 million passengers. As of December 2014, only a handful of airlines operate passenger services out of Al Maktoum International Airport.
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    Al Sabkha

    If you want to explore all the shops and souks of Sabkha district, why not take an abra – a traditional wooden boat. It is a great way how to see Dubai from a different perspective and enjoy the wonderful views of the city. The fare is around 1dirrham – a real bargain!
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    Sabka Bus Station

    Apart from being one of the most important transport hubs, Sabkha bus station is also a very lively place full of people trying to catch their bus and vendors selling all sort of things in their shops which surround the whole area around the station.
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    Dubai is the largest and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates. On the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf, it is the capital of the Emirate of Dubai, one of the seven emirates that make up the country. Dubai is a global city and business hub of the Middle East. It is also a major transport hub for passengers and cargo. Oil revenue helped accelerate the early development of the city, but its reserves are limited and production levels are low: today, less than 5% of the emirate's revenue comes from oil. Dubai's economy now relies on revenues from tourism, aviation, real estate, and financial services.
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    The Vault bar lounge L71 & 72 - JW Marriott Marquis Hotel

    Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai, AE
    The JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Hotel is the world's second tallest hotel, a 72-storey, 355 m twin-tower skyscraper complex in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The AED1.8 billion complex features a 1,608-room hotel run by Marriott International.
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    The Address Downtown Dubai

    Emaar Boulevard, P. O. Box 123234, Dubai, AE
    Address Downtown, formerly The Address Downtown Dubai, is a 63-story, 302.2 m supertall hotel and residential skyscraper in the Burj Dubai Development Area of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was built by Emaar Properties Group.
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    Emirates Grand Hotel

    Sheikh Zayed Road

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    Rose Tower

    105 Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai
    Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, also known as the Rose Tower, is a 72-storey, 333 m hotel on Sheikh Zayed Road in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It was the world's tallest hotel from 2009–2012. The tower was originally to be 380 m, but design modification reduced it to 333 m. Construction on the tower began in 2004 and was completed in 2007. The design and build contractor was the Arabian Construction Co. On 24 October 2006, the building reached its full height with the addition of the spire. By total height with spire, the hotel surpassed the nearby 321 m Burj Al Arab.
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    Jumeirah Emirates Towers Hotel

    Jumeirah Emirates Hotel Tower, also known as Emirates Tower Two, is a 56-storey hotel in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The hotel includes 40 luxury suites and is operated by the Jumeirah International Group. Connected with 54-floor Emirates Office Tower by a retail boulevard, the two towers form the Emirates Towers complex. At a structural height of 309 m, Emirates Towers Hotel is the smaller of the two sister towers. It ranks as the 48th-tallest building in the world. It is the world's third-tallest all-hotel building. Construction was completed on 15 April 2000. Indian actress Sridevi died in the guest room of the hotel on February 24, 2018 due to accidental drowning.
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    Best Western Plus Pearl Creek Hotel

    Baniyas Road, 83163, Deira Creek Dubai

    Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach