The Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest structure and one of Dubai’s greatest attractions. To guarantee that you obtain the greatest time, it is recommended that you purchase your tickets in advance.
From the bottom floor, it takes around a minute to reach At the Top of Burj Khalifa (124th and 125th floors). The Burj Khalifa has one of the world’s fastest elevators, which travels at a speed of 10 metres per second.
More than 300 kinds of marine creatures, including sharks and rays, are on display at the aquarium, which is located in The Dubai Mall. The Aquarium is one of the world’s largest indoor aquariums. Experience the delights of interesting insight into the world’s most secretive creatures by visiting The Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
Experience the daily performances of the Dubai Fountain, a water dance spectacle that reaches up to 140 metres in height and is accompanied by synchronised lighting and music. Outside the Dubai Mall, there is a dancing fountain performance.
Burj Al Arab (The Only 7 Star Hotel in the world)
Burj Al Arab is the world’s third tallest hotel and one of the most opulent. It is the only hotel in the world with a seven-star rating. The unusual sail-shaped appearance of the hotel has become an icon of Dubai. This is not one of those cheap hotels in Dubai near airport.
Discover Dubai’s greatest hotels and places to stay.
Mall of the Emirates
After The Dubai Mall, The Mall of the Emirates is Dubai’s second-largest retail complex. Aside from retail, the mall has Ski Dubai (the region’s first indoor ski slope), VOX Cinemas, Magic Planet arcade and family entertainment centre, Peekaboo play area, and the Dubai Community Theatre & Art Centre.
The ever-popular Global Village is open from October to April each year. Global Village is comprised of 32 pavilions representing over 75 nations, providing tourists with a genuinely international shopping and dining experience. Live events, spectacular fireworks, and roadshows are also available in Global Village. Every Friday, international stars perform there. Both children and adults may enjoy the rides at Fantasy Island Funfair.
Go dune-bashing, sand-skiing, quad-biking, and camel-riding, then relax with a shisha while watching traditional belly dance.
On the coast of Dubai, the Palm Jumeirah is the world’s biggest man-made island. From above, it seems to be a fashionable palm tree. The Palm resort is a huge Atlantis, with its water park, private beach, and Dolphin Bay, is the Palm’s most recognized feature. You may take a yacht out to the sea and see the Palm or take the Palm Monorail to the Atlantis resort on the Palm’s outer crescent.
The Miracle Garden is the biggest natural floral garden in the world. Its primary feature is a 1km-long floral wall that has earned the garden a place on the list of contenders for the Guinness World Record for the longest flower wall in the world.
Dubai Garden Glow and Dinosaur Park
Dubai Garden Glow is a family entertainment attraction with the Middle East’s first and only Glow Theme Park. Dubai Garden Glow combines two theme parks into one convenient location. Hundreds of dazzling exhibits made by artists from all over the globe employing millions of bright lights are on show at Dubai Garden Glow.
The largest dinosaur park in the world is located in Dubai Garden Glow. In typical Jurassic Park style, the inspirational & 100 life-size animatronics dinosaur sculptures are fenced-in.
The charming ancient Al Fahidi Fort provides an unbeatable introduction to the city’s history and traditional culture.