Dubai is home to one of the best tourist places and attractions in the world. People around the world crave to enjoy the exciting thrill of beautiful places in Dubai. Dubai’s attractions are now considered as the backbone of its economic gains. In yesteryears, the city has added marvelous skyscrapers, parks and hotels to promote its tourism industry. The number of visits of people to Dubai are increasing every year due to the fact that Dubai is offering the best places and attractions of entertainment within affordable prices. Along with the tourism industry, Dubai is also stepping ahead in food and hoteling industry. Let’s take a look at beautiful places in Dubai:
Dubai is home to world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa, which has a height of 829 meters. Burj Khalifa is a great attraction of Dubai with a trip of observation deck at its 124th floor. The bird’s eye view of Dubai city from the observation deck is heart touching. A 360 degree view of Dubai city is also provided from the Burj Khalifa and it is addition to Burj Khalifa’s entertainment facilities. The exciting view of Burj Khalifa is tremendous especially at the night when you can take beautiful photos and capture the incredible memories.
Burj Al Arab
Burj Al Arab is world’s tallest hotel situated at an artificial island on Dubai’s coastline. The structure of Burj Al Arab is dhow sail shaped and the building is covered with colored lights which shines bright at night and give a spectacular view to the mighty building. Burj Al Arab is one of the most expensive hotels in the world and it has luxurious suits of gold and marble. Furthermore, Burj Al Arab offers exquisite food in its restaurant and its Al Mahara Restaurant offers food with exciting view of sea life behind the glass walls and ceiling.
Dubai Museum is situated in the Al Fahidi Fort which was built in 7887 in order to defend the Dubai Creek. The fort itself is a museum and its historic walls speak about the glory of Arabs for the defense of their territory. The fort is also historically important because it housed many rulers and remained a vital seat of government and garrison. The fort was restored in 1971 and it was given the status of Dubai’s premier museum. The fort displays several objects that were once the belongings of Dubai’s rulers and army men. In short, the fort depicts the traditional ling practices in Dubai.
Dubai Creek is a saltwater creek which separates the towns of Deira and Bur Dubai. Dubai Creek has strong history attached to it and it played an important role to boost trade in Dubai. The settlers used to sell fish at the creek and they made small villages alongside the creek. These people settled there around 4000 years ago, nevertheless, the modern settlers started living there in 1830s. You can take an exciting look at the creek through boats and you can enjoy the fresh air over there.