From the small alleys of the old town to the traditional ones, the magnificent desert and tons of interesting places to visit in and out of the city, such as Abu Dhabi or Al Ain, you will see that there are so many things to do in Dubai that even a week can take it is not enough for you to explore the Arab country in its entirety
It was until 1970 that the emirates began to build the city that we can visit today, it went from being a small fishing village to a cosmopolitan, tourist city, full of excesses and overflowing with wealth.
In more conservative places, that is, where there are premises, it is recommended to cover your shoulders and knees
The Emirates is a Muslim country where Sharia law prevails. As a consequence, tourists traveling to Dubai have to be a little careful, and not behave as such. You don't have to worry too much. Just use common sense.
Palm Jumeirah is an artificial island shaped like a date palm located a few meters off the coast of Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates
This palm-shaped island was built from 2000 to 2008 at the initiative of the government and there are several activities to do, in addition to visiting any of its three shopping centers.
Palm Jumirah has residential areas, apartments, hotels, shopping centers, restaurants, recreation areas, among others, becoming a true tourist and leisure destination.
Some of the activities you can do on this island are:
· Visit The Lost Chambers Aquarium.
· Enjoy the Atlantis Water Park, known for being very good and somewhat expensive (like everything in the tourist area).
· If you like photography, it can also be a good spot to take photos at night
One of the first attractions that the city of Dubai had was the Burj al Arab, known for being the best hotel in the world, okay, or at least the most luxurious on the entire planet.
This is the sail-shaped hotel where only billionaire businessmen, sheikhs and emirs spend their days, but you can always visit it outside and enjoy a swim on the beach.
The Burj Al Arab is the first 7-star hotel in the world, which is why only the most select people enjoy its facilities to stay. Although the 7-star thing is actually a self-recognition, since the official highest rating is 5 stars.
It is an Arab bazaar adapted to the concept of what Dubai is, a luxury and modern city of the XNUMXst century, so it is also something unique to do in Dubai.
It is a beautiful place, formed by canals where giant tortoises swim and also, since the place belongs to several hotels, there are tons of first-class bars and restaurants that serve alcohol.
The Burj Khalifa is part of a cluster of urban development works in downtown Dubai. In addition to this world-record skyscraper, there are more skyscrapers in the immediate vicinity (it is not in the center of Dubai for a reason) and the Dubai Mall, a huge shopping center, so there are many ways to get to it.
In addition to all this, the tallest building in the world breaks other records such as having the highest pool and mosque in the world.
Abu Dhabi with its impressive Sheikh Zayed Mosque, is another of the best excursions from Dubai. Built in white marble and with four minarets, this mosque is considered one of the wonders of the modern world, inside you will see the largest handmade carpet in the world and 7 gold-plated lamps and Swarovski crystals.
In addition to the visit, it is also worth going to the viewpoint known as "Oasis of Dignity" to enjoy a sunset with the best views of the mosque, as it lights up.
The city has several artificial canals and a natural estuary, known as Dubai Creek, in which different types of cruises are made, they have become one of the best tours in Dubai that you can do.
One of the most famous is the one that is made by the artificial canal of Dubai that is surrounded by skyscrapers. The best time to take any cruise is at night while you see all the illuminated buildings you can try the local food while dining on board these two cruises.
It is one of our favorite places to see in the United Arab Emirates. It is located near the border with Oman and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Al Ain is one of the oldest permanently inhabited settlements in the world. Where you can find natural and historical springs that will leave you speechless and much more.
Dubai does not lack anything, in this city there is everything: skyscrapers, shopping centers, and of course, a good beach cannot be missing either.
Jumeirah Beach is the most central and crowded, although the vast majority of bathers are tourists. With 7 kilometers of sand, crystal clear waters and a unique environment, it is a perfect place to relax. In addition, it has all the necessary facilities: bathrooms, sun lounger and umbrella rental, restaurants, bike lanes and even water sports operators who offer their services.