Dubai Landmarks and Sightseeing

Dubai Landmarks and Sightseeing

When talking about Dubai you know without a doubt that you will witness not only outstanding attractions but also magnificent architecture. A clear example is the Burj Khalifa the Dubai Marina and the Dubai Mall but aside from those will you be awestruck by many more. Aside from modern buildings the historical sites of Dubai include mosques, traditional houses and excellent history along Dubai Creek and the Bastakia district.

A dream that many have is a single night or just being close or inside the extraordinary Burj Al Arab, which is widely known as the world’s most extravagant hotel. Where others look at five star accommodation when they have money to throw around, you will find that the first seven star hotel in the world is this specific hotel which was designed and developed by Jumeirah hotels and resorts. Here a different world of luxury are offered and customers get ultra-spacious suites and glittery gold interiors.

Downtown Dubai is another landmark with extraordinary sights including the Dubai Fountain and here you will find that over 100,000 people cohabit in style and extravagance. This region of Dubai which spans two square kilometres cost the region over twenty US billion to complete.

Dubai’s Palm Islands are another astonishing landmark and completely man-made and was designed especially to accommodate growing influx of international tourists.

Al Bastakiya district is a landmark that is reminiscent of historic Dubai with wind towers and narrow lanes where you can also see the oldest residential area that dates back to 1890 and it is awesome for simplicity and history and great to see.

The Dubai Marina is another man-made marvel and a typical canal city where extravagance and luxury are two top priorities. Here you witness exclusive waterfront constructions and buildings that truly encourage luxurious and wealthy lifestyles of rich and famous. Along the marina you get top entertainment, extravagant shopping, aristocratic palaces and swanky, exclusive hotels and residences.

Deira clock tower is a huge landmark it links the Deira and Bur Dubai and standing at the Maktoum Bridge gateway.

The Dubai Fountain is another famous sight that must be seen and experienced first-hand. On the man-made Burj Khalifa Lake it is a musical fountain like none other. After opening in 2009 the length and height of the water shooting up was measured to 275meters and you will listen to contemporary and classical music from around the globe.