Visitors from all over the world come to the metropolis of skyscrapers and shopping centres for its sunny weather, adventurous shopping, and family-friendly attractions. Dubai city Tour takes you through some of the most opulent hotels and restaurants in the world as well as the tallest tower in the world.
The Burj Khalifa, the highest building in the world, is a famous landmark in Dubai. At 828 metres (2,716.5 feet), the Burj Khalifa, which has 200+ stories, offers 160 liveable floors. With two viewing platforms on the 124th and 148th levels and Atmosphere, the world’s tallest restaurant at 1,450 feet, on the 122nd floor, the Burj Khalifa is a magnificent feat of engineering and architecture. The Burj Khalifa also features the longest elevator, highest occupied level, and highest outdoor observation deck.
Burj Al Arab
Dubai’s Burj Al Arab is a well-known landmark. It is a seven-star hotel with a sail-like shape. The Burj Al Arab is the tallest all-suite hotel in the world, standing at 321 metres. It has a restaurant that seems to be hanging in midair and a helipad on the 28th floor. On a man-made island that is connected to the mainland by a private bridge, the Burj Al Arab is situated. The hotel features a waterpark, nine restaurants, and pools. The frames for the art and the furniture have been adorned with 24-carat gold. To experience Arabian luxury, a visitor can purchase tickets to the “Inside Burj Al Arab” show. The lavish hotel atrium and the glitzy Royal Suite, a tailored experience, are both included in the 90-minute guided tour of the property.
The Palm Jumeirah, which was constructed on reclaimed ground and resembles a number of man-made archipelagos, is another must-see location in Dubai. From above, Palm Jumeirah appears to be a palm tree. Some of Dubai’s finest luxury resorts are on the island. The Palm Jumeirah, which is made up of a phenomenal 120 million cubic metres of sand that was hauled from the seabed, was built without the use of steel or concrete. The island provides visitors with a range of activities. Palm Jumeirah Islands offer everything, including luxury beach resorts, hotels, and shopping centres. Tourists can ride the Palm Monorail, which passes the Atlantis resort, or rent a yacht or speedboat to cruise around the Palm Jumeirah.
Museum of the Future
The Museum of the Future, a brand-new tourist destination in Dubai, is regarded as one of the most exquisite structures in the entire globe. The museum is a seven-story hollow circular building made of stainless steel that is etched with Arabic calligraphy quotes and is situated on Sheikh Zayed Road, the city’s major thoroughfare. The museum transports guests on an immersive voyage to the year 2071, which is also the 100th anniversary of the UAE’s formation. The seven-story structure is an engineering wonder with no pillars. The museum offers a variety of futuristic experiences, including trips to space, expeditions into the Amazon, and spas for the senses. It makes use of the most recent advances in artificial intelligence, big data analysis, virtual reality, and augmented reality. Architecturally speaking, it is one of the world’s most streamlined buildings and lacks any rough edges. The height of it is 77 metres.
The Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo is the holder of the “Largest Acrylic Pane” Guinness World Record. One of the world’s biggest indoor aquariums, it. It is housed in The Dubai Mall and has over 140 species and over 33,000 aquatic animals. In the 10-million-litre tank inside the aquarium, there are more than 400 sharks. As visitors can swim in the 10-million-liter tank loaded with a variety of marine life, caged snorkelling is a well-liked attraction. Another incredible experience is sailing in a crystal boat that floats on the water’s surface.
The Atlantis Aquaventure, the largest waterpark in Dubai with recognisable rides and attractions, is just next to the Aquaventure Waterpark, which offers private beaches, children’s play zones, and marine activities. The most exciting water activities are available at the 17-hectare water park. There are 30 water slides in the park for thrill-seeking visitors. The 27.5-meter Leap of Faith dive lets you plummet through a clear tube while being surrounded by sharks and rays. The Aquacade is yet another amazing attraction. Up to 35 km/h can be traversed in the tube. The Secret Chambers and the 65,000 marine species Atlantis Underwater Zoo are not to be missed.
Ski Dubai offers a wonderful alpine winter scene. There are many snow sports available at this tourist destination in the Dubai Mall, including skiing, tobogganing, and snowboarding. Additionally, you may get close to the local snow penguins. The first indoor ski resort in the Middle East is called Ski Dubai. It has five ski slopes, the largest of which is more than 1,300 feet long and has a 197-foot vertical drop, as well as a giant ball run, an exhilarating 10-foot ramp, tube slides, and a tranquil chairlift that lets you take in the scenery from a distance.
The artificial canal city of Dubai Marina is situated on a two-mile stretch of sand that faces the Arabian Gulf. Tourists can see the high-rise luxury homes and holiday homes nearby. Take a speedboat, yacht, or traditional Arabian dhow excursion to see the area. Take advantage of this waterfront position by swimming and tanning at Jumeirah Beach. The seven-kilometer-long Dubai Marina Walk is a waterfront path surrounded with palm trees and beautifully maintained flora.
The largest picture frame in the world is the Dubai Frame. The enormous building, which towers 150 metres above the ground in Zabeel Park in Dubai, between the ancient and new parts of the city, provides expansive views of the entire city. The cutting-edge glass bridge that joins two parallel vertical towers to form the shape of a picture frame is an astonishing feature. The building has an abstract appearance and is made of a decorative combination of glass, reinforced concrete, steel, and aluminium. To gain a 360-degree perspective of the city, take the elevator to the top and then cross the sky bridge at the top of the frame.
Sky View Dubai
The newest observatory in Dubai, Sky Views Dubai, is located on the 52nd and 53rd floors of the famous Address Sky View hotel, which has twin towers. In addition to the viewing deck, which is 219.5 metres (720 feet) in the air, the attraction also features the heart-pounding Glass Slide and Edge Walk. Visitors to Sky View Dubai get a unique perspective and a 360-degree view of the magnificent Downtown Dubai cityscape. The observation deck’s views of the Downtown Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai, and Sheikh Zayed Road are among of the best for Instagram.