Tourism in Dubai is an endless world of adventure, creativity and opportunities for tourism that are constantly renewed. Although the points of attraction in Dubai, which have become the capital of international tourism, are witnessing almost daily growth, some landmarks remain of particular importance as tourists wish to visit them to become the most attractive to them and they have turned into very important landmarks for tourism in Dubai. Follow us with the most attractive places for tourists, who always classify them as the best for them!
Table of Contents
- Burj Khalifa .. the symbol of tourism in Dubai
- The Dubai Mall .. one of the most important tourism destinations in Dubai
- Dubai Museum .. Tourism in Dubai also has a historical flavor
- Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood .. Discover another perspective of Dubai tourism
- A trip through the waters of Dubai Creek
Burj Khalifa .. the symbol of tourism in Dubai
Burj Khalifa, Dubai’s supernatural sign, is the highest building in the world at 829.8 meters and is one of the most famous landmarks of the city. Burj Khalifa embodies Dubai’s spirit of determination and determination; it is described as a “vertical city”, as it rises from the heart of the desert high in the sky of Dubai to add to its glories thanks to its unique harmony in the aspects of art, engineering and craftsmanship for its urban design. Burj Khalifa provides luxury leisure facilities, including four swimming pools along with another pool within the Armani Hotel, in addition to exclusive social lounges for residents and office owners, health and other fitness facilities, a public observation platform, and the Atmosphir restaurant which is higher A luxurious restaurant in the world, located on the 122nd floor. The observation deck is located on the 124th floor of the Burj Khalifa summit, and is considered a tourist destination that must be visited due to its wonderful views of Dubai and the surrounding Emirates. The interior design of Burj Khalifa and the Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard area are decorated with more than 1000 pieces of art designed by elite artists from the Middle East and the world.
The Dubai Mall .. one of the most important tourism destinations in Dubai
If you love shopping, the Dubai Mall, which spans 1.1 million square meters and is located at Burj Khalifa, is the perfect destination for you. You can shop in more than 1,200 stores, visit Dubai Aquarium, children’s parks or even snowboarding in the largest shopping and entertainment center in the world. Whether you are looking for books, electronics, sweets, or fine fashion, you will find all that comes to mind in “The Dubai Mall”. For high fashion, you can head to Fashion Avenue, where there are many stores that contain the most important designer groups. The Dubai Mall is still hiding more for its visitors as it recently started its expansion activities to include adding an additional 93,000 square meters allowing 100 million additional visitors annually.
Dubai Museum .. Tourism in Dubai also has a historical flavor
When you visit the Dubai Museum located in Al Fahidi Fort, which dates back to 1787 and is the oldest existing building in the city, you will find delightful displays depicting daily life in pre-oil times in Dubai in the sixties of the twentieth century. Opened in 1971, this museum is distinguished by art galleries depicting ancient Arab homes, mosques, heritage markets, date farms, and desert and marine life. The museum also includes a pearl diving show with displays of weights, scales and sieves of pearl merchants. You can also learn about artefacts coming from Africa and Asia and see what was found locally through multiple excavations dating back to the third millennium BC.
Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood .. Discover another perspective of Dubai tourism
The historic Al Fahidi neighborhood (formerly known as Al Bastakiya) is located in the eastern part of Dubai Creek, and is considered one of the busiest and active neighborhoods in Dubai, where it is proposed to be classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The neighborhood was established in the nineteenth century by wealthy fabrics and pearl merchants, and its paths are surrounded by merchant homes, art galleries, and cafes. The Al-Fahidi neighborhood has been completely refurbished, where you can see the traditional high wind towers known as the barajil, which was built to bring cold air into homes even at the hottest temperatures. Enjoy the sights of this historic neighborhood in your spare time, or join a 90-minute tour of the Heritage District with the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Center for Cultural Communication.
A trip through the waters of Dubai Creek
It is an enjoyable experience for everyone to pass the Dubai Creek by way of a lesson. You can rent your own ferry for one hour. The Creek has been the hub of commerce in Dubai since ancient times, and is still teeming with sailing boats going back and forth for the purpose of trade and transport of goods, and using the abra is a great way to enjoy watching the most ancient areas in the city!
A scene of Dubai Mall
Entrance to the Dubai Museum
From the historical Al Fahidi neighborhood
From inside the Burj Khalifa
Inside the Dubai Mall
A wonderful visit to the Dubai Museum
Dubai Creek Tour
Khalifa has been one of the most important tourist attractions in Dubai
Dubai Creek .. a wonderful tour
A wonderful visit to the historical Al Fahidi neighborhood
Great views of Burj Khalifa