Why You Need To Visit United Arab Emirates
United Arab Emirates or UAE for short is one of the exotic countries anyone can spend their holiday. The country is filled with beautiful emirates ranging from Abu Dhabi (serves as the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah and Umm Al Quwain. There are countless of reasons to visit the United Arab Emirates. However, one of my favorite reasons is the beautiful emirate- Dubai.
Dubai is a city to be considered for exploring. With its Record-breaking architecture lies next to traditional quarters, while man-made islands jut off the coast. At the Jumeirah Beach, you can spend your mornings sprawling along and shredding powder on your afternoons at Ski Dubai. Maybe begin your day at the traditional Gold and Spice Souks before you exercise your credit card at the Dubai Mall. First: get to know the city of Dubai. Head directly to the top of the Burj Khalifa (the highest structure in the world) where you will discover amazing views extending into the Persian Gulf. Here are lists of fun things to do in Dubai.
Explore the Desert Safaris
A desert safari is one of the top activities to do in Dubai. Dubai offers many distinct desert safari tours, and most persons have tried all of them. However, in most reviews I have read, tourists seem to like the one with 4×4 wheel drive, a BBQ and a belly dance display better. In addition, any desert safari is a beautiful thing to experience in Dubai, and these deserts are so scenic. This is really one of the top stuff on the list to do.
Cool Off at the Jumeirah Beach
If you are a Sun-seekers, go to this vibrant shoreline to reveal the light rays of Dubai, while water sports lovers take benefit of the Persian Gulf’s calm, turquoise seas. Jumeirah Beach also has a playground for kids and lots of barbecue and picnic spots. Just make sure you arrive soon as the place is becoming increasingly busy all day long. While recent travellers said Jumeirah Beach is smooth and clean, defined by white sands, the water itself feels like bathwater, and on a hot day, it doesn’t feel scorching. At the back of the beach, the cafes offer better spots to cool down. It is possible to reach Jumeirah Beach from Jumeirah Road and is accessible from 7 a.m. Depending on the day, at 11 or 11:30 p.m. Access to the beach is free, but to access the park, you will need to fork over a few dirhams.
The Burj Khalifa, 828 meters high, this building is difficult to miss. The Dubai skyline is obviously dominated by the world’s tallest tower, but the building’s real beauty is best viewed close or from the inside. The view from the observation deck on level 124 on a clear day is absolutely stunning, overlooking only the view from the 148th floor of the luxurious At The Top Sky Lounge. In addition, if you want to stay in the sky for a meal, Atmosphere is the location to be at level 122.
Slide down the Wild Wadi Water Park
Travelers state that Wild Wadi is a guaranteed hit with children of all ages, from kids to adolescents. The Wild Wadi is Located at the foot of Burj Al Arab. Wild Wadi Waterpark is a set of 30 water rides and playgrounds intended for all ages. The whole park is patterned on Juha, a character popularly known in Arab folklore and predominantly featured in the park. Fun-seekers can slide down the Tantrum Alley or the Burj Surj, while those who are looking for more comfort can glide along the lazy river. Also, there are numerous mild slide choices, as well as a kiddos-only water park and the Wipeout and Riptide, a recreated surfing ride that is one of only four of its kind in the globe.
Take a Tour at the Gold Souk
The Gold Souk is specialized in glitz and glamour, situated on the south bank of Dubai Creek in the Deira. The Gold Souk is one of the world’s most known gold jewelry trading facilities with sparkling exhibits of necklaces, bracelets and earrings from over 300 suppliers. In reality, this market is passed by about 20 percent of the world’s gold. But don’t worry if you’re not one for gold. Platinum, diamonds and silver are also sold at the souk market. You are also assured that you will get what you pay for. This means that the government controls what’s being sold, and who’s going to be in the souk. So be assured that you are getting authentic items or your money’s worth.
Shop at the Dubai Mall
One of the world’s biggest shopping centers, the gigantic Dubai Mall contains more than 1,300 shops. If you’re not interested in getting anything, a trip to this vast retail complex is a must; the Dubai Mall also includes many leisure facilities such as an ice rink, a movie theatre, and several kid-friendly sights, including an aquarium that houses thousands of underwater animals. If you plan to be there at night, stay outside the mall at the Dubai Fountain.
Created by the team that designed the famous dancing fountains of the Bellagio, the fountain features a mix of Western and Eastern music at night.