1. Burj Khalifa
Dubai’s most popular building is the Burj Khalifa, which at 829.8m is the tallest building in the world. The Burj Khalifa is hard to miss. The true beauty of the building is best seen up close or, even better, from inside. Anyway, the view of the spot is stunning at any angle, but the height of the construction, the modern architectural design, and its unique shape have all combined to be one of the best World’s tourist attractions, bringing thousands of visitors here every day. There is no high season for visiting, as the Burj Khalifa remains extremely popular all year round. On a clear day, the view from the observation deck on level 124 is absolutely amazing. For those who would like to linger for a meal in the clouds, Atmosphere on level 122 is the place to be.
2. The Dubai Mall
The massive Dubai Mall is the largest shopping center in the world. It is also considered as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the capital of United Arab Emirates. It houses a shopping 1,200 stores. A visit to this large retail center is a must. The Dubai Mall also contains numerous entertainment facilities, such as an ice rink, a movie theater, and several kid-friendly attractions, including an aquarium that houses more than 33,000 underwater creatures. If you happen to be around at night, stop by the Dubai Fountain outside of the mall. Created by those who designed the Bellagio’s famous dancing fountains, the fountain features nightly shows set to a mix of western and eastern music.
3. Palm Jumeirah.
Dubai is a country which is famous for its modern projects and innovative ideas. The example is the series of artificial archipelagos in the emerald waters of the Arabian Gulf. Palm Jumeirah, which looks like a stylized palm tree from above, was initially the first offshore development of its kind. Moreover, it was originally billed as the Eighth Wonder of the World.
While visiting the Palm Jumeirah, tourists can also experience an unforgettable sail around Palm Jumeirah in a yacht or speedboat, in addition to the many hotels and resorts on the islands, or hop aboard the Palm Monorail that runs to the Atlantis resort.
4. Jumeirah Mosque
Among the numerous diverse tourist destinations, Dubai can offer a breathtaking visit to the stunning Jumeirah Mosque. It is famous for being the only mosque in Dubai that allows non-Muslim guests to come inside. It welcomes guests six days a week. It is important to know that women are admitted here with the head covered up only.
The Jumeirah Mosque can hold up to 1,200 worshippers. It was originally built from the white stone in the style of the medieval Fatimid tradition.
Make the most of your visit by joining a tour hosted by the Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding and learn about the Emirati culture and religion in a relaxed, casual, and open atmosphere.
5. IMG Worlds of Adventure
With the square 28 football pitches, the IMG Worlds of Adventure is the famous Dubai theme park and the world’s largest indoor themed entertainment destination. It was built around four major adventure zones in one location. Two of the four zones are made in the style of world famous Cartoon Network and MARVEL. The IMG Group initially created IMG Boulevard and the Lost Valley – Dinosaur Adventure zones. IMG Worlds of Adventure is the largest temperature-controlled indoor themed entertainment destination in the world. With the surface covering 1.5 million square feet, it has many entertainments, fun, and exciting activities with even 5D. With the most current and exciting rides, IMG World will bring your favorite characters to life. There are themed rides for younger visitors with Ben 10, Gumball, the Powerpuff Girls, and Lazy Town, while older visitors can delve into the world of Marvel heroes: Spider-Man, Hulk, Iron Man, Thor, and The Avengers.
6. City Walk
Covering over 13,000 square meters, City Walk is the newest addition to Dubai’s shopping and dining scene. Take a walk along tree-lined avenues with shops and restaurants. Look upwards and discover skyscrapers like the Burj Khalifa in Dubai’s city center. There are also fountains, children’s playgrounds, and plenty of open-air seating.