Where do I go in Dubai
Dubai is the most important tourist destination in the Arabian Gulf, and one of the most important international tourist destinations as well, and city visitors can enjoy the best places in the city without the need for a tourist guide, and examples of those places are:
- Dubai Museum: This museum was built in Al Fahidi Fort, which is the oldest building in Dubai, which was built in 1787 AD, and this museum contains archaeological remains from the city of Dubai dating back to the Bronze Age, as can be seen the first written message referring to the city port from the year 1580 AD.
- Bastakiya: The Dubai government saved the houses and buildings in that neighborhood, which was founded by merchants of Persia, and is located near the Dubai Museum, and you can enjoy shopping and cafes spread in the alleys of this ancient neighborhood.
- Burj Khalifa: It is not possible to visit in Dubai and miss the opportunity to visit the tallest building in the world, with a height of 828 m, and can also enjoy eating or watching the view from above.
Dubai is located in the northeast of the United Arab Emirates, which overlooks the Arabian Gulf, and represents the second largest emirate of the country, and it is expected to double its urban area in the next few years, and the climate of Dubai is warm and sunny most of the times of the year, because the cancer orbit passes through the UAE, and temperatures drop in Winter nights in the mountainous and desert interior areas to about five degrees Celsius, with a humidity of about 50%, but in the summer, temperatures rise to nearly forty degrees Celsius with humidity rates of 90%.
The establishment of the current city of Dubai dates back to the year 1833 AD, with the stability of a number of members of the Baniyas tribe in the Creek area, and led by the Al Maktoum family. Dubai, not long ago, turned into a famous port and pearling center, and became a destination for merchants and visitors on an ongoing basis, and by the middle of the twentieth century Dubai began During the reign of Sheikh Rashid Al Maktoum, the modernization process dredged and cleaned the creek to increase the number of ships that can be accommodated, and with the discovery of oil, modernization operations escalated and continued to the present time.