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Things to do and See in Dubai: Travel Tip!


Dubai is a city full of surprises. It's a place that has everything you could ever want in life, and more! You can visit many different countries here, but it's also home to some of the best hotels and restaurants in the world. If you are planning to visit Dubai, here are some things to do and see while you're there:

Burj Khalifa - At the Top

The Burj Khalifa is a building that is not only the tallest in the world, but also the tallest man-made structure. Located in Dubai and completed on August 28th 2009, this structure has become an icon of modern architecture and design.

The observation deck at level 148 gives visitors an incredible view of Dubai's skyline as well as being able to see all around them with an unobstructed view of surrounding structures such as The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai Marina & Sheikh Zayed Road! There are several other attractions within this development including “Dining At The Top '' Restaurant which offers panoramic views over Dubai City during dinner service on level 150 or if you prefer something simpler then try one of its casual restaurants located downstairs where you can enjoy some great food alongside stunning views over Dubai Bay!

Dubai’s Museum of the Future

The Museum of Future, one of Dubai's many architectural marvels, imagines the future through mind-blowing performances and cutting-edge design elements.

Another museum with a modern technology focus is The Museum of Future in Dubai. As suggested by the name, this gallery showcases a variety of futuristic items, including games and gadget concepts that make a stay here even more enjoyable. This historical site will probably keep you entertained whether you come with kids or just want to look around on your own.

Mall of the Emirates

The Mall of the Emirates is a large mall located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. It’s one of the largest shopping malls in the world and it has over 1,000 stores. There are many different shops and restaurants to choose from including high end ones like Louis Vuitton and Gucci.

The Mall of the Emirates offers several attractions for visitors such as:

  • A movie theatre that shows movies each weekend (usually classics).
  • An ice skating rink opens during winter time (usually around Christmas) with great views overlooking Burj Khalifa and Sheikh Zayed Road where you can watch people skating while they eat their lunch or dinner at one of several food courts inside The Mall Of The Emirates!

The Dubai Frame – A look at the past, present and future

Dubai is a megacity that has been known to produce some spectacular architectural feats and has been a constant illustration of how a singular focus can bring about a massive change and development in a comparatively short time frame. The Dubai frame has now added to that list of massive and emotional megastructures that Dubai has come to be known for and it has a lot of emblematic significance as well.

At its core, the Dubai Frame is the largest print frame in a sense and has been constructed in such a way that when you look through towards the South of the frame you can see the views of the ultramodern megalopolis that's Dubai and when you look through towards the North of the frame you get to see the aged Dubai, reminding those of simpler times and how far the megacity has come on from its humble onsets as a fishing village that was popular for the plum diving trade. In order for the frame to synopsize both the old and new in Dubai it had to be quite a large structure and knowing the Emiratis, it was surely going to be extraordinary and the frame didn't fail. It towers to a height of 150 measures and the two perpendicular halls are connected by a 93- cadence transparent glass ground that gives you 360 degrees of unchecked views of the city.However, it would feel like walking in thin air and the experience of seeing the 150- cadence drop below you is nothing short of exhilarating, to say the least, If one was to walk on the glass ground.

Take a desert safari and get some dune bashing in

If you're looking to get off the beaten path, a desert safari is an excellent way to do so. The desert is often overlooked by tourists because it can be harsh and unforgiving, but if you're willing to brave the heat and sand (and wear some protective gear), there are many rewards awaiting those who venture into this area. The first step in undertaking your own desert safari is finding an outfit that'll keep you safe from dehydration while also helping protect against sun exposure—a good pair of sunglasses should do the trick, as well as long sleeves and pants. You'll also want to pack sunscreen with high SPF protection; otherwise, all that fun in Dubai might result in serious damage done by burns! Once these preparations have been made for yourself—and perhaps even before then—it's time for some dune bashing! There are several companies offering this type of activity through which visitors can experience firsthand what it feels like being thrown around like rag dolls by huge waves of sand during their excursion through Al Dhaid region near Abu Dhabi city center.


Now that you know what to do in Dubai, it’s time to get out there and enjoy it! We hope this article has helped you plan your trip.


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