Located in the United Arab Emirates, Dubai is a bustling metropolis renowned for its ultramodern architecture, luxury shopping, and vibrant nightlife. Some of the city’s highlights include the Burj Khalifa, an 830-metre-tall tower, and the Dubai Fountain, a spectacular water show. There is also a resort called Atlantis, The Palm that features both marine and water parks.
- Creek District
There are several places in Dubai to check out while you are in the city. The most popular is the Creek District. Here you can enjoy a cable car ride or hop on a water taxi to see the views of the creek. Nearby, you can also go shopping in one of the many malls. You can find anything from gold to spices in the souks. There are also some excellent art galleries and museums here.
- The Dubai Miracle Garden
The Dubai Miracle Garden is another popular attraction. A stunning garden filled with natural flowers is a must-see in the city. There are a number of Disney characters among the flower structures here. Aside from Disney and Marvel characters, you can even find the ‘Looney Tunes’ in the flowers. A few other places to visit in Dubai include the Atlantis Palm Hotel and The W Hotel.
- Safa Park
While you’re in Dubai, you can visit Safa Park. This 150-acre park has waterfalls and plenty of space for sports. Whether you are a fan of Japanese or Mediterranean cuisine, you’re sure to find something delicious in the W Hotel’s restaurant. You can also dine at Zuma or the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding. There is also the Italian-inspired Pierchic and Zheng He’s for Western-Chinese fusions.
- Dubai Creek area
The Dubai Creek area is the busiest place in the city. Here, you can enjoy a number of activities, including a cable car ride and a water taxi. Moreover, there are several shopping malls in the city. The souks are a good place to buy gold and spices. If you’re interested in shopping, you can browse the various stalls and buy a souvenir.
- Dubai Heritage Village
If you’re looking for a place to shop, a visit to the Dubai Heritage Village is a must. Here, you can shop for souvenirs and browse through antique shops. There are also numerous restaurants and cafes where you can eat delicious food. You can also take a guided tour of the city’s museums and galleries. In fact, there are no limits to the things to do during Dubai Holidays.
- Etihad Museum
History lovers can’t miss the Etihad Museum. This museum is the oldest and largest indoor amusement park in the world. Guests can spend a day here and admire the city’s beautiful architecture. The Perfume Souk is a great place to purchase local souvenirs. If you’re a history buff, you can spend the day learning about the UAE’s history.
- Al Quoz
The fountain is the tallest in the world and is equivalent to two football fields. It also features a water park and plenty of space for sports. During the day, the city’s metro service is packed with office workers. During the night, there are many bars and nightclubs.