The world's largest manmade island, Palm Jumeirah currently serves as one of the major attractions of the city. One of the biggest water parks of Dubai, Aquaventure is located in the Atlantis hotel complex. This amazing water park offers a series of pools, shoots and flumes and few thrilling rides.
A not so recent addition to the bag of DubaiÍs shiny and graceful architecture, Burj Al Arab is yet another signature building added to the list. Established in year 1999, Burj Al Arab is one of the premium hotels of Dubai located on an artificial island off Jumeirah Road. Designed in the shape of sail of a dhow, this iconic landmark houses an array of shiny chauffer driven limousines and a private helipad.
Miracle Garden is one of the most beautiful and biggest natural flower gardens in the world. Miracle Garden Dubai is an exquisite flower garden located in the district of Dubailand, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The garden was launched on ValentineÍs Day in 2013.
Established in 2016 in ‘the heart of Dubai’, IMG is city’s first mega indoor park with world class amenities and entertainment. Situated on the famous Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road, this cartoon-themed park sprawls across 1.5 million square feet of land and is full of excitement and fun.
Dubai Marina is one of its kind waterfront developments in Dubai region by EMAAR offering a residence in modern artistic setting. Nestled in the region popularly known as ïNew DubaiÍ, Dubai Marina is a conceptualized man - made canal city. It offers luxurious lifestyles through its exquisite waterfront development along the Persian Gulf shoreline.
The Dubai Mall, also known as the home of the Dubai shopping festival, is one of the world's largest shopping malls in UAE. Dubai Mall is one of the cityÍs premiere malls, offering an entry to the world of amusement and entertainment. From Dubai Aquarium to the Underwater Zoo (which is managed by Emaar Entertainment), the mall serves as a doorway to the wonders of the oceanic life.
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It is a 160 storey sky - scrapper and an observation deck, renowned for being the tallest architectural structure in the world. Until recently, known to be the world's tallest structure at 828 metres and 160 floors, with over 300m taller than the previous contender in Taipei, Burj Khalifa was designed to be the centerpiece of a large - scale, mixed - use development project.
Dubai, mainly renowned for its great infrastructure, is also known for its adventurous streak. Due to its architectural brilliance, aesthetic surroundings, and sparkling beaches, Dubai has become a favourite of holiday goers and the adrenaline junkies. However, the heart of Dubai is still its desolated desert.
Ski Dubai is an indoor ski resort with 22,500 square meters of indoor ski area. Located in the middle of the desert city of Dubai, Ski Dubai is one of its kind skiing centers started in December 2005. Placed in the new Mall of the Emirates (MOE), the center is third largest in the world offering some of the finest facilities.
This Saltwater Creek is UAE’s one of the major port and divides the city into two parts and connects the trading port to the desert. Extended to the Persian Gulf and the wildlife sanctuary, this waterway acts as a commercial lifeline as it facilitates not just tourism but also harbours ships, trade and commercial activities.
Dubai Fountain is an ideal spot to spend oneÍs evening marveling at the worldÍs largest choreographed water fountain. Nestled in the middle of the 24 - acre Burj Lake, this Dubai Fountain set against the shimmering Burj Khalifa is a sight to behold.
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