Dubai is the most famous of the seven Emirates of the Arabian Peninsula (Gulf), which constitute the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the second largest after Abu Dhabi. The official language in the emirate of Dubai is Arabic but English, Hindi, Persian are also spoken widely, by the beginning of the 20th century, Dubai’s geographical location made it an important trading hub and an important port. When the oil was discovered in 1966, the emirate of Qatar set up a new monetary unit to replace the Gulf Rupee. The oil economy led to a massive influx of foreign workers, quickly expanding the city by 300% and bringing in international oil interests. No mather the 1990 Gulf War, the city recovered and gradually get back the international depositors and traders to become one of the Mid-East fastest developing economies and a modern luxury travel destination. In Dubai, there are many tourist attractions like the famous ones are
Desert Safari Tour
On a desert safari, you’ll experience the roller-coaster sensation of traveling across the desert’s astonishing high dunes by 4-Wheel-Drive vehicle. The journey will take you to some of the most fascinating sites – the deserts of Dubai. Also, you can see the camel farms and have the opportunity to take a photo. Or you try camel riding in the open desert.
Burj Khalifa and Dhow Cruise Marina
Burj Khalifa is the largest structure in the world. It is about 2625 feet high and has more than 160 stories. It took five years to complete the construction of this building. It was opened on 4th January 2010. It is the exquisite masterpiece of Downtown Burj Dubai. It is surrounded by various shopping centers and hotels. It stands as a marvelous example of Dubai’s role in the changing world.
The Snow Ski Dubai is inside Burj Khalifa on the Sheikh Zayed Road Dubai. Ski Dubai is the 1st indoor ski resort within the Middle East and presents a tremendous snow setting to take pleasure in snowboarding, skiing and tobogganing or simply playing in the snow. There are 5 runs that are different in difficulty, steepness and height. The longest run is 400 meters with a fall of over 60 meters. Different skill level Skiers and snowboarders will take pleasure in these numerous slopes and snowboarders may practice their stunts on the ninety-metre long quarter pipe.
Some passengers are interested only in the entertainment aboard a dhow cruise marina, but others are also reminded of Dubai’s history as a pearl and fishing diving community. You will be able to acknowledge how Dubai grew as a city and swiftly elevated to its current level while on a dhow. Dubai Dinner Cruises recreate the magic of the past with the luxury and comfort of today.
Burj Khalifa was designed by Louis Skidmore, Nathaniel Owings and John Merril of Chicago. More than 110,000 tons of concrete were used to construct this building. The total cost for completing this project was about $1.5 billion. It achieved a world record for installing the highest façade made up of aluminum and glass. It has the highest outdoor observation deck, which is located on level 124 of the tower.
Burj Al Arab
The tallest, finest and probably the most luxurious hotel in the world, Burj Al Arab Hotel Dubai is the only 7-star hotel in Dubai and also in the world. The brightest jewel in the crown of Jumeirah International, Hotel Burj Al Arab is a part of the Jumeirah Beach Resort. The hotel is located at a distance of 17 Km from the heart of Dubai city, overlooking the sea. Set on an exceptionally beautiful artificial island, 280 meters away from the shore, the 321-meter tall hotel is designed to resemble a billowing sail and connected to the Jumeirah Beach Hotel by a slender, gently curving causeway.
Dinner Cruises And Beaches
A chance to a fantastic all-round experience that involves cuisine, culture and Dubai sightseeing under one roof offers a Dubai Dinner Cruise. While you float on placid waters you can listen to the strains of lilting Arabian melodies, view life in Dubai city as it bustles on the shore and enjoy a delicious meal. Visitors love clubbing other packages with their fascinating dhow dinner cruise trips, apart from gaining a unique combination of experiences on a dhow cruise. They often combine packages like the Dubai parasailing, the safaris and sightseeing tour, which can be the most riveting and thrilling holiday for an enthusiastic traveller.
The Palm Islands, also referred to as The Palm Dubai and The Palms, are the world’s three largest man-made islands, which are being built on the coast of the emirate of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The project is being handled by Al Nakheel Properties (Nakheel Corporation), which will increase Dubai’s shoreline by 120km (72 miles) and create a large number of residential, leisure, and entertainment areas. The idea was first announced in May 2002 and the two manmade freehold artificial palm tree-shaped resort islands are expected to maintain Dubai’s position as a premium tourist destination. The Palm Islands has also been named ‘The Eighth Wonder of the World’.