10 Best Tourist Places in Dubai
Dubai! Sounds Too Exotic And Expensive, Right? Whether It Is Shopping, Adventure, Architecture, Historical Monuments, Luxurious Hotels And Resorts; Dubai Always Tops The List.
10 Best Tourist Places in Dubai
By iDubai Visa / filmsforaction.org

Once you are done with the Visa To Dubai, it’s time for you to plan the Best Tourist Places In Dubai, so that you make the most memorable trip. Let’s now discuss some of the best tourist places.

Burj Al Arab, the landmark building. This definitely must come under the must-visit sites in your list. The staggering bird eye view from the 124th floor will leave you with a remarkable experience. One side of the building is covered with desert while the other side is covered with the turquoise blue ocean. Your whole visit to Dubai will be incomplete without visiting this place.

Then comes the Jumeirah beach which is ideal for travellers. Stunning sunset views of the beach will be the most picture perfect destination. Exotic hotels with world class facilities are lined up all the way to the beach.

Dubai Creek is also one of the top tourist spot. The creek is a natural sea water cutting through the centre of the city. Tourists visiting there can take a boat to have the full view of the location.

Visit Dubai Aquarium if you want to have a glimpse of the underwater zoo. Never heard of such thing right? Yes, it is there in Dubai. Glass bottom boat tours, cage snorkelling and shark diving are some of the other adventures there.

Wild Wadi is one of the most popular amusement park in Dubai. It is very apt if you are taking your kids along with you. More than 25 fun rides can be enjoyed there. A perfect place to enjoy with your family.

The most adventurous part of your Dubai visit can be certainly the Desert Safari. Along with driving in the desert, you can also enjoy camel rides, sunset photography, sand skiing, belly dancing and henna painting too.

Another tourist spot in Dubai, which would definitely prove to be wonderful is Dubai Mall. Along with an amazing shopping experience, Dubai Mall also provides entertainment stuffs like ice skating, gaming zone and cinema complex.

If you love to see historical places, then a visit to the house of Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum is must. It will definitely provide you a glimpse of Dubai’s history with its museum of Historical photographs and Documents.

Burj Al Arab, world’s only seven-star hotel. It is shaped like a sail. During nights, the hotel becomes a glow for the viewers with a unique light show which moves across the sail shape structures.

Next is the Bastakia Mosque. Although it is not the largest mosque in Dubai, but the lovely mosque results out to be most photogenic with its beautiful lattice work.

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