What you can expect

Dubai is a glamorous city where people can enjoy arts and culture, appreciate avant-garde architecture, indulge in luxury shopping, taste delectable cuisine, and experience a great nightlife. It is known for its high-rise buildings, mega shopping malls, and luxurious resorts that boast an ultramodern vibe.


Tourist attractions in Dubai

Burj Khalifa

Standing at a skyrocketing height of 829.8 meters, this megastructure is considered the tallest building in the world and Dubai’s most famous point of interest.

Dubai Mall

The establishment offers not only a diverse range of shopping opportunities but also a wide array of dining and entertainment choices.

Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo

Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo showcases more than 33,000 aquatic creatures, spanning over 140 species and the largest collection of sand tigers in the world.

Dubai Museum

Built in 1787, the Al-Fahidi Fort served as a residence for the ruling family, a seat of government, as well as a prison.

The Palm Jumeirah

Made from millions of tons of sand and rock, this iconic artificial island is shaped like a futuristic palm tree when viewed from the sky or even from space.

Dubai Frame

The Dubai Frame is the latest addition to the ultra-modern city’s stunning skyline – connecting Dubai’s past with the present.

Miracle Garden

Launched on Valentine’s Day, 2013, the Dubai Miracle Garden was recognized by the Guinness Book of Records multiple times.

Burj Al Arab

Burj Al Arab, the iconic sail-shaped megastructure in Dubai has been deemed as the most luxurious hotel in the world.

Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood

Get a glimpse of what traditional life was in Old Dubai during the mid-19th century by visiting the Al Fahidi Historical Neighbourhood.